Bruce Willis has offered to give some of his Idaho real estate away — specifically, the Soldier Mountain ski area in the central part of the state — to the right nonprofit.
The actor has owned the 1,150-acre property since the late 90s, but in the past several years, it’s been operating at a loss. Transferring ownership to a nonprofit would enable the Soldier Mountain Recreation Association to seek tax-deductible donations for an infusion of cash.
“If we can get our ducks in a row, seek sponsors and new members, we would like to transfer the Forest Service permit and continue operations,” said John Palan of the association.
Bruce Willis has also put two other Idaho properties on the market: a luxurious $15 mansion and a multimillion-dollar bar and nightclub called The Mint. What nonprofit do you think should take over Soldier Mountain?