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 12th St. Stop by, learn more about their mission, and get connected with the people and groups moving Idaho forward.
NON-PROFIT ROW ORGANIZATIONS
Planned Parenthood Alliance Advocates protects and promotes reproductive health, rights and justice. We do this by advocating for public policies that guarantee the right to choice and full and nondiscriminatory access to reproductive health care, and fostering and preserving a social and political climate favorable to the exercise of reproductive choice through voter education, candidate endorsement and other means.
Vivid Roots Collective‘s mission is to increase access to clean water, education, and health services through sustainable development projects for underserved communities in Central and South America.
At Speak Your Silence, we firmly believe that every person affected by sexual abuse and assault can move forward to live a great life. There is no doubt in our mind that you rock and your life should too!
Wassmuth Center for Human Rights‘ mission is to “promote respect for human dignity and diversity through education and to foster individual responsibility to work for peace and justice.” As an education center, our goal is to empower others to be upstanders in the classroom, community and country.
Everyone needs a home. That is why CATCH works to create a safe, healthy, connected community by embracing Housing First best practices, empowering those without housing, building collaborative partnerships, and increasing public understanding to end homelessness in Idaho.
Idaho Safety Crew is a group of like-minded individuals that have come together to create a harm reduction and peer based education nonprofit organization here in Boise Id. We take pride in being trained by the leading experts from DanceSafe and The National Harm Reduction Coalition. We work with local promotors, clubs, staff, and security to help ensure a safe experience for all. With every event we participate in, items such as hand sanitizer, earplugs, water/electrolytes, female hygiene products, safe sex items such as condoms, dental dams, FC2 condoms and basic first aid will be available in, addition to life saving harm reduction supplies. We offer a safe space to rest, reset, and rehydrate. We neither condone or condemn drug use, but rather help educate, so people can make more informed lifestyle choices. Our goal is to promote the safety and sustainability of our community by providing education, support systems, and self-help options.
Conservation Voters for Idaho creates the political environment to protect the natural environment. We protect what Idahoans value most – clean water and air, abundant wildlife, and the great outdoors – by electing conservation champions to office, protecting your right to vote, and ensuring everyone has a seat at the table when it comes to decision making.
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 Urban Garden School • Boise Hive • Idaho Trails Association • Sawtooth Society • The Cabin • Big Tree Arts • Idaho Conservation League • Artisans For Hope • Salmon Nation • Idaho Prison Arts Collective • NaNoWriMo • Idaho Wildlife Federation • The Sierra Club • Idaho Rivers United • Rediscovered Books • Idaho Museum of International Diaspora • Boise Period Project
Music Talks x Nonprofits
REAL TALK with Backline: A Conversation on Mental Health in the Music Industry | Saturday, March 26th, 11am – 11:45 am
Femme House Presents | Saturday, March 26th, 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm
NIVA Presents a discussion between venues, artists, and PROS | Friday, March 25th, 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm