Leadership Boise, a program by the Boise Metro Chamber sponsored by Capital City Development Corp., has been cultivating business and civic leaders in the Treasure Valley since 1975. With over 1,750 alumni, the program aims to inspire creative leadership and broaden participants’ impact within the community.

This year, Leadership Boise’s annual service project will benefit Interfaith Sanctuary. The Project Pickleball Tournament, hosted by Leadership Boise and presented by S2 Pickleball, is set for Thursday, June 20th at Hobble Creek Park. Open to all skill levels, the event promises an exciting afternoon featuring a pickleball tournament, a silent auction with unique hand-painted pickleball racquets, a social hour with refreshments, and opportunities for networking both on and off the court. Diadem Pickleball proudly sponsors the event. Join us for a day of fun and camaraderie at Project Pickleball, and help support Interfaith Sanctuary’s Capital Campaign. For more details, scan the QR code on the pickleball poster  or click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/project-paddle-for-interfaith-sanctuary-tickets-863208047507?aff=oddtdtcreator

 

AND SO IT BEGINS…  INTERFAITH SANCTUARY EMBARKS ON CONSTRUCTION OF REIMAGINED SHELTER!

And So It Begins! Interfaith Sanctuary Embarks on Construction of Reimagined Shelter
On April 10th Interfaith Sanctuary construction started on its reimagined shelter, located at 4306 W. State St. This marks a significant milestone as Guho Construction put up the fencing and initiated the demolition process on the old Salvation Army Building.

“We are incredibly excited to see this project come to life,” said Jodi Peterson-Stigers Executive Director of Interfaith Sanctuary. “This reimagined shelter will not only provide vital services to those experiencing homelessness but also serve as a beacon of hope and compassion in our community.”

The journey to this point has been made possible by the support and collaboration of numerous partners and donors who have generously contributed their time, resources, and expertise. Their unwavering commitment to the mission of Interfaith Sanctuary has been instrumental in turning this vision into reality.

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all those who have leaned in to help make this project a reality,” added Peterson-Stigers. “Together, we are creating a space where individuals facing homelessness can find safety, support, and opportunities for a brighter future.”

Interfaith Sanctuary remains dedicated to its mission of providing shelter, support, and resources to individuals and families experiencing homelessness, regardless of their background or beliefs. The reimagined shelter will enhance these efforts, offering expanded services and facilities to better meet the diverse needs of the community.

As construction progresses, Interfaith Sanctuary will continue to provide updates and opportunities for community involvement. To learn more about the project and how to support Interfaith Sanctuary’s mission, please visit www.interfaithsanctuary.org or contact jodi@interfaithsanctuary.org.

Use the QR Code if you would like to help us build our shelter full of hopes and dreams.

 

GET SIGNED UP FOR PROJECT PADDLE- A BENEFIT  PICKLEBALL TOURNAMENT

Calling all Pickleball Enthusiasts! Leadership Boise is hoping to bring community together with paddles in hand to play some pickleball while helping raise money for a very worthy cause, Interfaith Sanctuary. Gather your workmates, playmates, classmates or come solo and head to Hobble Creek for some fun competition, a net working happy hour and some inspirational moments sprinkled throughout! We will offer beginner, intermediate and advanced levels so please indicate what level you would like to sign up for when you complete registration. CLICK LINK TO GET SIGNED UP NOW!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/project-paddle-for-interfaith-sanctuary-tickets-863208047507?aff=oddtdtcreator

 

 

 

 


Thank you for having faith in Interfaith Sanctuary!

“The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

 


GET TO KNOW INTERFAITH SANCTUARY

Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter by day is a home to second chances for our unemployed, our mentally fragile, and our friends struggling with addiction. Our building is a sanctuary of learning, recovering, growing, creating and moving forward towards a better life.

Interfaith Sanctuary Hotel Shelter is home to preschool learning, parenting classes, case management support, housing services, and nutritional support. It is also home to our senior homeless population where finally our medically fragile have a safe space to be all day and the ability to receive care and support. Your donation supports both shelter locations and all of these wonderful programs:

FAMILY PROGRAM: This program includes family case management, medical and mental health support, transportation to appointments, kids’ activities, group and one-on-one support, and our Educational Program for kids of all ages.

PROJECT RECOVERY: Our on-site addiction recovery program, supported through a partnership with TRIVIUM, offers guests group and one-on-one counseling; art and music therapy; fitness and nutrition classes; and a community of support.

PROJECT WELL BEING: This program offers mental health support, art therapy; fitness and meditation classes; counseling, and med management. Guests also have the opportunity to contribute to our guest-driven newspaper “Word on the Street,” which has a monthly circulation of 30,000.

PROJECT REACH OUT: This program was designed for young adults who are experiencing homelessness to find a safe space and connection with others who have similar struggles so they gain a sense of belonging.

ST. VINCENT de PAUL WORK PROGRAM/HOMELESS ART COLLECTIVE RETAIL SPACE: This program gives guests an opportunity for employment in St. Vincent de Paul’s warehouse and thrift shop. The retail space is available for guests who are artist to sell their amazing work.

FOOD SERVING TRAINING PROGRAM: This on-site Food Service Training Program is designed to get our guests employed in the food service industry. Coursework helps guests receive their serve/safe certification, as well as learn how to prepare meals, maintain cleanliness, and learn food inventory systems and food storage safety requirements.