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Giving tree imageThis year the WCA and the Downtown Boise Association kicked off our annual Giving Tree on November 24 at the Boise Grove. More than 1,800 tags will be hung throughout December on the tree’s fence. If you are still deciding how to give back this time of year, we encourage you to take one of our tags and drops it off to our 720 W Washington location or any Zion’s Bank by December 22.

We are requesting items for our child care, shelters and Washington street facility. This program is important because the items we receive help keep us stocked throughout the spring and early summer months. The best part about the Giving Tree is it fits anyone’s budget! We have items ranging from AA batteries and surge protectors to playpens and car seats for our kiddos.

Thank you to the Downtown Boise Association and Zion’s Bank for their yearly support of this important program!

Any questions regarding the Giving Tree, please email [email protected]

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