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#GivingTuesday with Treefort

It’s #GivingTuesday!

Unleash your good with Treefort.

We’re partnering with Cauze to give back for #GivingTuesday. We encourage our #1 fans to support the non-profits that benefit the Treefort community by downloading the Cauze app and creating your own personal giving account. The Cauze app lets you search for and give to any US-registered non-profit in amounts as small as $1.

Click HERE from your phone to start giving or use the search feature on the Cauze app to find Treefort’s profile and featured non-profits. Get your friends and family in the giving spirit by sharing the link with them!

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Support these local non-profits today!

BOISE ALL-AGES MOVEMENT PROJECT

Boise All-ages Movement Project (B-AMP) is a nonprofit dedicated to establishing an all-ages, inclusive community space led by professional mentors to empower youth leadership and development within the organization and the community at-large. By providing the space and a sustainable framework to mobilize and assist the youth of Boise, B-AMP’s mission is to foster a creative, empowered community. Additionally, B-AMP will provide creative education opportunities and hands on experience to Boise’s youth through the collaborative operation of an all-ages music and performing arts venue.

 

BOISE BIKE PROJECT

Boise Bicycle Project (BBP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-oriented cooperative that promotes the personal, social, and environmental benefits of bicycling. BBP functions as a bicycle recycling center as well as an educational workspace in a diverse and non-threatening atmosphere. Through education and access to affordable refurbished bicycles BBP strives to build a stronger bicycling community.

 

ROCK ON WHEELS

Rock on Wheels is a nonprofit organization dedicated to its mission: that all children deserve access to creative music instruction regardless of geographic location, economic status, or other life circumstances. Through Rock on Wheels, accomplished educators bring critical music instruction to students throughout the State of Idaho — often to underprivileged youth who would otherwise not be exposed to music education, and to broader segments in communities with few resources available for music education.

 

HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER OF IDAHO

In 1995 the Idaho Commission of Hispanic Affairs retained plan-makers to prepare feasibility studies for the creation of a Cultural Center in Idaho for the growing Hispanic population. The studies were sponsored by The Idaho Commission on the Arts and helped determine the needs and steps necessary to implement the Center. Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho was incorporated in May of 1997, and received its 501(c) (3) non-profit status in April 1998. It functioned as a center without walls until a 33,000 square foot building opened its doors in September 2003.

 

IDAHO CONSERVATION LEAGUE

A Passionate Advocate for the Land We Love. Idaho Conservation League (ICL) works diligently to be Idaho’s leading voice for conservation. ICL’s goal is to create an informed and engaged conservation majority in Idaho. By building a robust conservation community, ICL hopes to influence local, state and federal policies to ensure adequate protections for clean water, clean air, healthy families and Idaho’s unique way of life.

 

RADIO BOISE

Radio Boise is a community radio station. Our volunteer programmers strive to provide quality local programming for the wide range of people and communities in our listening area who are not satisfied by existing media outlets.


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