Area kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County enjoy the first of three field trips to Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area. Together Treasure Valley is funding these fun and educational field trips to the mountain. Learn More.
Learn more about Together Treasure Valley and our 2017 partners! Click here.
Click here for a list of recommendations from some of our Together partners. You’ll find books on topics from leadership to life lessons, American classics, old English poetry and novels from local fiction authors. Happy reading!
The success of Together Treasure Valley depends on input from the community. You’ve spoken and we’ve listened – and acted on some of your ideas. With hundreds of ideas and suggestions submitted from people like you through this website we are excited to share with you the projects we have funded to date.
In 2016, our team of community minded companies vowed to find and fund projects that would have a lasting and meaningful impact in our valley. We achieved this goal with several community projects. First we made six library grants benefiting readers of all ages at Boise, Caldwell, Eagle, Garden City, Meridian and Nampa Public Libraries. Then we invested in two major public artwork projects spanning the Valley from the Vista corridor in Boise to Caldwell’s Indian Creek Park. And finally, we provided 50 “Together” benches to be placed throughout the valley to promote community conversations.
In 2017, our partners continue to choose projects to fund that will benefit those who call the Treasure Valley home. Last spring we invested in foundational literacy tools for 7,500 incoming kindergarten students across seven school districts in the Treasure Valley to help some of our littlest citizens prepare for a bright educational future. Then this summer our partners funded a community project, which is focused on educating and enriching the lives of a group of children in the Treasure Valley. Now, we are excited to announce four more projects that will span across the Treasure Valley benefiting incoming students and their teachers, local library patrons, community members and families experiencing a housing crisis. “We are thrilled that Together Treasure Valley can make an impact in our communities on so many different levels,” said Debra Leithauser, President & Publisher of the Idaho Statesman and a partner in Together Treasure Valley. “Our goal of making the Treasure Valley better is uniquely exemplified in each of these new projects.” See our projects page for details and watch for other upcoming projects later this year.
Please read about our projects here and how they will enhance our community today and in the future.
If you have ideas about ways we can enhance our community, please share them with us. Our aim will be to pick projects that will leave a lasting, physical impression for years to come. Tell us why we should consider your project, and how it will make a noticeable difference in our community. Submit your ideas below, and share with us why you think the Treasure Valley is such a special place.
We want to hear your ideas for projects, and your concerns and hopes for the future of the Treasure Valley.SUBMIT IDEAS