Boise Kind: It’s Who We Are

The goal is to "foster a welcoming community through acts of kindness."
Boise Kind
Courtesy City of Boise
April 5

What’s one thing visitors to Boise are likely to say after their stay? It’s probably some variation of “The people there are so nice!”

It’s true. We are. And recently, the City of Boise—in collaboration with members of the community and business leaders—developed a way to help us remember that our agreeable nature is part of what makes Boise a great place to live: the Boise Kind initiative

Boise Mayor Dave Bieter launched Boise Kind at Treefort Music Fest 2019, explaining that the purpose is to “foster a kind, welcoming community through encouraging acts of kindness, preserve our core values, and help individuals moving here understand what it means to be a Boisean.”

There are a number of ways to get involved in the initiative, including taking the Kindness Pledge and sharing acts of kindness.

To share acts of kindness, take the pledge, get involved, or more information on the Boise Kind initiative, visit boisekind.cityofboise.org.

 

GO out local

Amy Atkins

An Expert at Going Out

GO out local

Amy Atkins

An Expert at Going Out