July 2023 Newsletter - Past Newsletters | Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity

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July 2023

From a quiet Evening in the Garden in 2007 to a 200-person, sold-out event, Evening in the Garden has been a key fixture of FarWest Landscape & Garden Center’s philanthropic efforts. For 17 years, Dennis & Maya Fix, owners of FarWest, and 45 employees have generously donated their seven-acre nursery to serve as the backdrop for Habitat’s key fundraiser. Yet, most of you don’t know the history of FarWest’s contributions and breadth of support for Habitat and the event.

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The New Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity logo

Welcome to Treasure Valley Habitat for Humanity! Formerly known as Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity, we are excited to announce our name change as we expand our services to now serve Ada and Canyon Counties. Rest assured, we continue to provide the same life-changing housing and repairs programs and support to our community.