As you likely know by now, The Rockies have gone virtual this year. And part of that event will include 3D elements. You can find all the details about The Rockies and how to order your 3D glasses here.
While you’re there, you can make a donation to the Idaho Food Bank through the event page, and the Boise Advertising Federation has committed to matching donations, up to $500.
Now, here’s my challenge:
When I ordered my glasses, I made a $50 donation. I challenge you — yes you — to do the same.
Now, if you’re not in a position to do so, I understand. The last thing I want to do is put anyone in a difficult spot. But for those who are able to, it’s time to give a little back one of the many organizations that do so much to help those throughout the state of Idaho.
If you’d prefer to give to another organization on your own, great! There are hundreds of deserving non-profits that will take any help they can get — you can find 611 alone on Idaho Gives.
As an aside, perhaps one of our friends from the BAF can stop by and leave a comment with an update on how donations are coming along.
I applaud the Boise Ad Fed for putting this together, and give them tons of credit for making the best out of the tough spot they’ve been put in this year. Looking forward to seeing the show come together on the 16th, and recognizing the best of a lot of great work.
Lovevery, a direct-to-consumer startup based in Boise, is looking for a Copywriter to join their team. From the job listing on LinkedIn:
We are looking for a conceptual Copywriter to join the team with a background in customer acquisition, brand, and digital product work. We’re looking for a creative problem solver who is passionate about telling stories and crafting writing that makes customers feel understood and compelled. You’re a conceptual thinker who can bring your ideas to life in new and inspiring ways. You have a high level of craft in all facets of your writing, short form, long form, and in-product. This position reports directly to Lovevery’s cofounder and president. It’s necessary that you work well with little oversight but are skilled at collaborating and also ultimately enjoy processing the results of your work with a broader team.
They’re looking for candidates with 7+ years of agency or in-house experience, and demonstrated success in product storytelling and direct response marketing, among other things.
Full details about the opening and how to apply can be found here.
The City of Good is looking to the creative community to crowdsource a logo for its brand identity.
City of Good is a nonprofit, collective action network recently created by Boise businesses and civic organizations to feed those who are isolated, vulnerable, or are recently out of work—and to put people back to work in this effort during the challenging time of the COVID-19 crisis.
If you are a designer who is interested in learning more about this opportunity, please email Russ Stoddard of Oliver Russell at email@example.com.
The City of Good initiative is led by Boise businesses and organizations, including founding partners Bittercreek Ale House, the Boise Co-op, KIN Restaurant, Oliver Russell, and Treefort Music Fest.
More information about City of Good can be found here.