Local Service Projects
Make a difference right here in Boise by volunteering for local agencies that strive to make our community a better place. These service projects include meaningful hands-on volunteer work alongside local experts and an education component to identify current issues impacting our community. Register today using the links below.
Your volunteered time to collect data helps Our Path Home, Ada County, and the City of Boise to better serve those experiencing homelessness with appropriate resources.
- Training: Jan. 22
- Volunteer: Jan. 23 or 24 (times are flexible)
Our Path Home, a public-private partnership working to end homelessness in Ada County, needs volunteers to help count people experiencing unsheltered homelessness as part of its annual Point-In-Time Count. Your volunteered time to collect data helps Our Path Home, Ada County, and the City of Boise to better serve those experiencing homelessness with appropriate resources. Volunteers will survey people throughout Ada County where people experiencing unsheltered homelessness are known to be located. Volunteers must sign up no later than January 21.
- A required volunteer training is held at Boise City Hall on January 22 at either 10-11:30 a.m. or 3-4:30 p.m. Address: 150 N Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702
- You must have access to either a smartphone or tablet to participate.
- You must commit a minimum of 2 hours of time on January 23 or 24. You can choose the times that work best for you and can sign up for a specific location within Ada County at the training event on January 22.
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