During these times of unprecedented challenges, Idaho companies are stepping up to meet them. See the private sector partners providing services to help combat COVID-19. This page is continuously being updated. Please send stories to alexah.rogge@mail.house.gov.


Sandpoint, Idaho
The North Idaho company went from making hundreds of ventilators a month to thousands in response to COVID-19. Read more: KTVB - 'Helping the best we can': North Idaho company ramps up production of ventilators.

Crush the Curve

The group, formed by Idaho businesses, innovators, and leaders, is focused on getting Idaho back to work through a statewide awareness campaign and by offering testing for COVID-19 and antibodies. More info: https://crushthecurveidaho.com/

Clearwater Paper

Lewiston, Idaho
Clearwater Paper, which produces toilet paper at its mill in Lewiston, gifted rolls of bathroom tissues to each of its 3,300 employees. Read more: KREM - Inland Northwest businesses provide toilet paper bonuses amid shortage.

Koenig Distillery

Caldwell, Idaho
St. Luke’s is partnering with Koenig Distillery — which is now using its supply of potato vodka to mass-produce hand sanitizer. Read more: KTVB - Treasure Valley distillery now making hand sanitizer to help healthcare workers.

Intermountain 3D

Garden City, Idaho
The company worked with Dr. Ilyas Colombowala, a cardiologist at St. Alphonsus, to design a flexible mask for healthcare workers facing shortages. Read more: KBOI - Garden City's Intermountain 3D printing reusable face masks for healthcare workers.

Continuous Composites

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Continuous Composites CEO Tyler Alvarado and his team designed reusable N95 masks with their patented technology. Read more: Spokesman Review - Computer engineers in CdA design new reusable mask for medical uses

Amalgamated Sugar

Boise, Idaho
The company is producing cloth face masks for their critical infrastructure employees, and donating surplus masks. Read more: Amalgamated Sugar Produces Cloth Masks.

Slant 3D

Nampa, Idaho
The company is redirecting much of their production 3D printing capacity toward manufacturing PPE for healthcare professionals. Read more: The Fabricator - - An Idaho 3D printing farm makes tens of thousands of PPE