Treefort For Good
TREEFORT FOR GOOD
Treefort Music Fest is committed to fostering positive community engagement in Idaho and beyond. We strive to create a space where attendees, artists, staff, and passersby can connect with local, regional, and national organizations to create access to advocacy.
Nonprofit organizations are represented throughout the festival, but you can find most of them in the Treefort for Good section outside of Main Stage on in the Fort Zone of Julia Davis Park. Stop by, learn more about their mission, and get connected with the people and groups moving Idaho forward.
NON-PROFIT ROW ORGANIZATIONS
ELEVATE MENTAL HEALTH – The Speedy Foundation‘s mission is to prevent suicide and elevate mental health awareness. We believe that through education and awareness we can help individuals, organizations, and communities end mental health stigma, spark conversations, and create suicide prevention champions out of EVERYONE.
Idaho Crisis & Suicide Hotline is a critical lifeline for Idahoans in crisis and an entry point into our state’s behavioral health care system. Whether a person is experiencing suicidal thoughts, mental health challenges, or is calling on behalf of a loved one – a trained crisis responder is always ready to listen, 24/7. ICSH provides free and confidential suicide and behavioral health crisis support.
Camp Rainbow Gold is an independent nonprofit organization providing emotionally empowering experiences to families who have experienced a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Camp Rainbow Gold offers oncology camps, sibling camps and family retreats, college scholarships and a teen support group. Its programs are sustained by community fundraising, private donations and volunteer efforts. Camp Rainbow Gold provides services to more than 400 Idaho family members, is supported by more than 300 volunteers from across the nation and has been accredited through the American Camp Association since 2002.
Global Lounge is committed to thoughtful cultural preservation, education, integration and the promotion of cultural awareness by harnessing the power and beauty of diversity for individual and community development.
The Upper Snake River Tribes Foundation is a non-profit that supports the protection, enhancement, and restoration of natural and cultural resources of the Shoshone Bannock, Shoshone Paiute, Burns Paiute, and Fort McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone Tribes. Stop by our booth to learn more about climate change, protecting salmon, and supporting tribal communities!
Idaho Gives is a program of the Idaho Nonprofit Center. The Idaho Nonprofit Center represents the interests of our state’s 9,000+ registered nonprofit organizations. We are an association of forward-looking nonprofit leaders who come together to share knowledge, solve problems, pursue common interests, and serve the public good. Our mission is to educate, advocate, and collaborate in support of stronger nonprofits.
Community engagement doesn’t stop at the row!
Find the following organizations around the fest engaged with forts, artists and volunteering.
Brown Like Me, Boise Rock School, International Rescue Commission, Boise Period Project, The Community Center, Idaho Women in Stem, Sierra Club, Trout Unlimited, Boise State Public Radio, Braver Angels, Conservation Voters for Idaho, Idaho Conservation League, Idaho Abortion Rights and Drawdown Treasure Valley, and more.