This is the 5th year the JRM is honoring heroes of the community and throughout Idaho. All being held at the Stephens Center of Performing Arts.
The event starts Oct. 10 at 7p.m. and will have earlier events like the Konner’s Car Show, in dedication to Konner David Long who passed away of his illness. There will other events leading up to dinner and the award ceremony at 7.
More than 40 organizations will be there – all designed to help children of slavery and offer assistance with the hungry and less fortunate around the world.
Admission to the events are free to the public.
“We want the world to see there’s more good in the world than evil. Everytime you turn on the TV and nothing against the media, but alot of the time you see bad stuff. But the world needs to know, there’s a lot of good out there, there’s more good than evil. That’s what they need to believe in, because that’s the only way for them to be hopeful and play their part.”
– Fahim Rahim, Chairman of JRM Foundation