We've designed each of our collections to help support specific causes that uplift our Idaho community.  

Here you can learn more about our Partners-In-Hope.




10% of proceeds from The Cabin Collection are donated to Jesse Tree. 

Jesse Tree is the Treasure Valley’s only eviction and homelessness prevention-focused organization. Jesse Tree provides Emergency Rental Assistance to our neighbors who are at risk of eviction, empowering them to remain in their homes. In addition to financial assistance, Jesse Tree provides clients with wrap-around case management which includes free budgeting and financial literacy classes; referrals to community partners for needs such as utility assistance; landlord mediation and communication skills; and, if needed, support in eviction court. By taking a case-by-case approach Jesse Tree ensures our most vulnerable neighbors get the unique hand up they need and empower them to remain in their homes in the face of crisis.

Learn more about Jesse Tree rights by visiting Jesse Tree.



10% of proceeds from The Wildflower Collection ​are donated to Wassmuth Center.

Wassmuth Center is the home of the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial and the Center provides programs and resources designed to bring the Memorial’s message into classrooms and communities. Wassmuth envisions an inclusive society where Idahoans take responsibility for promoting and protecting human rights; where everyone is valued and treated with equal dignity and respect; and where everyone’s human rights are a lived reality. Wassmuth believes that the way to realize this vision is to engage and educate fellow Idahoans to dismantle the complex, intersecting dynamics and conditions that foster and perpetuate systemic discrimination and to promote respect for human dignity and diversity through education and to foster individual responsibility to work for peace and justice. Learn more about Wassmuth Center for Human rights by visiting Wassmuth Center.



10% of proceeds from The BLM Collection are donated to Inclusive Idaho. 

Inclusive Idaho is working to increase diversity, racial equity, and social inclusion in Idaho’s corporate, educational and non-profit spaces through education, policy reform, legislation, training, and community events and forums. Learn more about Inclusive Idaho by visiting Inclusive Idaho.



10% of proceeds from The Hope Grows Collection are donated to City of Good.

City of Good is a collective action network created by Boise businesses and civic organizations to feed those who are isolated or in need in our community – and put people back to work in this effort during our challenging time of the COVID-19 crisis. Learn more about City of Good and the work they’re doing at www.cityofgood.com.



10% of proceeds from The Idahope Collection are donated to Boise Bicycle Project.

BBP makes transportation, as well as access to the other life-enhancing benefits that bicycling can provide, accessible to adults and children by providing affordable bikes and bike repair. Learn more about the work Boise Bicycle Project is doing, and social services available for the unemployed, those for whom the bike is their only mode of transportation, and other groups by visiting their website at www.boisebicycleproject.org.



10% of proceeds from The Rainbow Collection ​are donated to Treefort Community Fund. 

To provide support to our local live music ecosystem during the COVID-19 crisis, Treefort has started an emergency initiative to offer financial resources to those working in the live music scene here in the Treasure Valley. Including local artists, musicians, audio + lighting engineers, techs, tour managers, production managers and others in the live music industry. Learn more by visiting www.treefortmusicfest.com.

Idahope and its Partners-in-Hope are independent organizations and are not legally affiliated as partners or otherwise.  Idahope’s Partners-in-Hope have no authority to speak for or act on behalf of Idahope and Idahope does not endorse any statements, representations, conduct, or actions of any of its independent Partners-in-Hope.