B’ARC Peanut Butter bones are an all natural dog biscuit. They are made from only human grade ingredients without the use of preservatives, and are dehydrated to ensure a long shelf-life. They are hand made right at The Arc. B’ARC bones help to employ a very valuable and talented workforce of people with disabilities. B’ARC bones can currently be purchased at the following merchants:
Did you know that The Arc, Inc. is now taking vehicle donations? Please think of us when you have a vehicle, in any condition, that you would like to donate.
The Arc, Inc. received a grant from the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation, Inc. The funding will be used for the purpose of furthering our mission. We are very grateful for the foundation’s support!
The Les Bois 10 K Trail Run has chosen The Arc to be one of the recipients and partners for the event. Here is some information about The Arc as posted on their website:
Check out www.solidrockdeals.com. Solid Rock Deals is a local company based in Meridian, Idaho that offers great deals to the Treasure Valley and helps local non-profits. A percentage of your purchase can benefit The Arc.
Are you looking for a great gift for the stocking of your favorite golfer? Do you want to help give back to The Arc, Inc. during the holiday season? There’s no better way to do so than purchasing tickets to the 2012 Albertsons Boise Open presented by Kraft Nationwide Tour event!
Thanks to the Sara Lee TICKETS Fore CHARITY program, 100% of all ticket sales go directly to local charities. Sales are distributed monthly, so your purchase today will benefit your favorite charity during the holiday season.
In 2012 Fundsy will be showcasing all previous recipients of funds. The Arc is a proud past recipient.
Please plan to attend the 2012 Fundsy Gala
Saturday, May 19, 2012
Put on your party clothes for an elegant evening of fun, food,
dancing, entertainment, and great auction items!
The Riverside Hotel
5:30 p.m. – Until your dancing shoes fall off!
Black Tie invited
Complimentary Valet Parking
The Arc would like to inform people about a Disability Advocacy Workshop in four different locations around the state. The Workshop in Boise is on December 10th. For more information on the workshops in Boise and elsewhere, click here.