June: Catch - Charitable Assistance to the Community’s Homeless
• July: Fundsy, on behalf of The Peregrine Fund
• August: Boise Fire Local 149 Burnout Fund
In 2018, after 13 weeks of free summer concerts on The Grove Plaza, Alive After Five concert goers gave back more than $18,000 to three community nonprofits.
“Alive After Five truly builds community. People gather to enjoy great live music and appreciate the opportunity to give back to these worthwhile organizations through their beverage tips,” said Lynn Hightower, Executive Director of the Downtown Boise Association. “The Tips for Charity program is an important part of Alive After Five and the members and merchants of Downtown Boise are proud to be part of it.”
Alive After Five
13 weeks of Wednesdays, June 5 - August 28, 2019
Live Music plays between 5:05pm and 8:00pm
To keep the event free for fans, the DBA relies on the support of sponsors who understand the importance of building both business and community through great events in a dynamic downtown.
Come early – Stay late!
Enjoy Downtown Boise! Music fans are encouraged to come downtown early to shop and stay late to enjoy Idaho’s best dining and nightlife.
About the Partner Community Nonprofits:
: Come support CATCH – Charitable Assistance to the Community’s Homeless.
The vision of
is to end homelessness for families by inspiring stable housing, financial independence, and resilience. Founded in 2006, CATCH is a leader and innovator in housing the most vulnerable in the Treasure Valley. CATCH collaborates with community partners and uses proven, intentional methods like Housing First, because every family and every person deserves a home.
Fundsy, on behalf of The Peregrine Fund.
The Peregrine Fund
, and the World Center for Birds of Prey exists to inspire people to value raptors and preserve these valuable species. Southwest Idaho is one of the most densely populated raptor regions in the world. The Peregrine Fund efforts create a deeper understanding of these incredible birds and our role in conserving them for the future.
Enjoy a hot time with The Boise Fire Local 149 Burnout Fund.
The Boise Fire Local 149 Burnout Fund
provides short term assistance to people whose homes are destroyed by fire. Since 1964, the Boise Firefighters Burnout Fund has personally sent a representative to meet with fire victims and provide them with resources for food, shelter and clothing.
Alive After Five is produced by the Downtown Boise Association.