We are proud to announce …
Together Treasure Valley is off and running, enhancing our community with projects large and small. To learn more about our projects to date, please read:
Libraries are Essential
Helping to update and improve the Homedale Public Library will make learning and playing more enjoyable for over 1,400 pre-K to senior citizen patrons.
Our Path Home
Together Treasure Valley and other community partners are creating a welcoming space to help put a family experiencing homelessness at ease as they access help through one coordinated entry point.
Hands on Artwork
We are helping fund an interactive sculpture that spells out “KUNA” that will promote imagination, giggles and community pride.
Prepared for School
Did you know that 45% of Treasure Valley kindergartners who were tested in the fall of 2016 were below benchmark on the fall Idaho Reading Indicator?
450 kids, 20 community businesses, 3 days of fun and sun
Area kids from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County will enjoy fun and educational field trips to Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area. Both of these non-profit organizations are gems of our community that deserve to be highlighted, celebrated, and supported.
Learn Your ABC’s!
Together Treasure Valley just made learning your ABC’s a little easier for 7,500 incoming kindergartners in the Treasure Valley.
Art For Everyone
Two Treasure Valley cities — Boise and Caldwell — have been given $100,000 to split as they invest in art projects for all of us to enjoy.
Please Be Seated
We are donating 50 benches, which are green steel and adorned with the “Together Treasure Valley” logo, for the public to use around the Valley. A perfect spot for a community conversation!
We Love Our Libraries
Six libraries, from across the Treasure Valley, each were awarded $3,000 for programs that will inspire our children and help community members of all ages.
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