Hole Food Rescue’s Annual Million Pound Party

Hole Food Rescue does everything it can to save food from going to waste. The organization rescues an average of 20,000 pounds of food each month otherwise destined for the landfill. That is enough to feed you every meal of every day for the next 19 years. HFR volunteers rescue food daily from local donors such as grocery stores, bakeries, and restaurants.

We’re proud sponsors again of the annual Million Pound Party, a ZERO WASTE event Attendees taste each dish and vote for their favorite. Family fun activities for all, including, live music featuring twang-funk band Strumbucket, face painting, lawn games, bike blender smoothies, and a silent auction featuring local businesses.

Wydaho Adventure Film Festival

We’re proud sponsors of the 2nd Annual Wydaho Adventure Film Festival in Victor, Idaho. The festival showcases adventure films that inspire, educate, and work towards positive change. Enjoy outdoor gear giveaways, music, food, drink, and the best of Teton Valley’s nonprofit and entrepreneurial community!⁠

The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum 10th Annual Touch-A-Truck

Touch-A-Truck is a beloved Jackson Hole tradition and we’re proud sponsors again this year. This free family event draws over 1,200 locals and visitors for the opportunity to touch the levers, switches and gears that make construction, emergency, law enforcement, food service, and recreation vehicles move. Touch-A-Truck also shows support for the vehicle operators who build, serve and protect our community every day and is an important fundraiser for the Jackson Hole Children’s Museum.


Old Bill’s Fun Run Celebrates 25 Years of Giving

Twenty-five years ago, an anonymous, philanthropic couple, fondly known as Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill, envisioned a collaborative event to support local nonprofits. For the first time, organizations came together in an efficient, unified fundraiser that raised awareness of community needs. To-date, Old Bill’s Fun Run has raised more than $189 million for local organizations.

New West and Orion companies were proud to participate in Old Bill’s Fun Run 2021 Giving Season once again this year. The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole announced that a record-breaking $5 million+ was raised this year, an increase of over $1.5 million versus last year. In celebration of Old Bill’s 25th anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Old Bill generously provided the first $1,000,000 in matching funds, doubling their existing challenge.

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Hole Food Rescue Million Pound Party

We are proud platinum sponsors of Hole Food Rescue Million Pound Party and are honored to contribute to such a worthy cause in the community.

Four top local chefs were lined up to compete in this year’s pig roast cook-off, but unfortunately the event was cancelled due to elevated COVID risk. We look forward to participating in next year’s event!

*Hole Food Rescue* is an essential part of our community, distributing surplus food to organizations which serve at-risk residents of Teton County. Their process is pretty simple: participating food retailers set aside unsellable – yet perfectly edible – food products. A dedicated team of volunteers pick up these food donations and redistribute them to people in our community.

Western Home Journal Feature – Finding One’s Joie de Vivre in Jackson

New West Building Company president and CEO Robert Huggin’s custom dream home, is featured in the summer issue of Western Home Journal. This modern farmhouse was designed by Farmer Payne Architects. Interiors by Fievre + Jones.

“I’m fortunate to have such an incredible team and partners who are so dedicated and passionate about what they do. The foundation of New West is built upon these great people, and I’m so proud of what we’ve built together.”

*–Robert Huggins, New West Building Company*

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The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum 9th Annual Touch-A-Truck

We are a proud sponsor of The Jackson Hole Children’s Museum 9th Annual Touch-A-Truck event which took place on Sunday, June 6th.

This free family event is a beloved Jackson Hole tradition that draws “kids” of all ages for the opportunity to touch the levers, switches, and gears that make construction, emergency, law enforcement, food service, and recreation vehicles move.

Every single truck and truck driver in attendance serves our community in their own unique way, and Touch-a-Truck recognizes and honors that service.

This year, First Responders are especially deserving of recognition, so extra steps were taken to highlight their contributions to our community. We all know the sacrifices they have made to ensure our health and safety through the pandemic.