Boise – Idaho

Mission Statement: The East End Neighborhood Association exists to serve and represent the residents of the East End. It is dedicated to helping maintain and improve the character, livability, and historical aspects of the neighborhood and towards improving the unique quality of life of our present and future residents.


Our calendar is not currently in use. Please refer to the News section or send your questions to EastEndBoise@Gmail.com.


EENA wants to make sure you are aware of the local news that is relevant to the East End.  Whether it’s a notification of annual meetings, giant trees being removed, or a feature story of one of our cherished residents, we feel it’s important to keep you informed.  If you would like to contribute please contact us at: EastEndBoise@Gmail.com


EENA is always looking for volunteers! Whether you are interested in becoming a board member or helping create and deliver our newsletter, fundraising, or leading or participating in neighborhood projects please contact us at: EastEndBoise@Gmail.com



Covid-19 Help and Donations Information

Food Assistance:

City of Good – cityofgood.com

City of Good 208-252-5175 or cityofgood.com

City of Good is a network made up of local restaurants that are providing free, wholesome meals to anyone that needs something to eat.  You can call or email them on your own behalf or for a friend or neighbor.  If you’d like to volunteer for City of Good go to https://city-of-good.volunteerlocalcom/volunteers/?id=48521

Eviction/Rent Assistance:

Jesse Tree – jessetreeidaho.org

Jesse Tree 208-383-9486 or jessetreeidaho.org

Jesse Tree provides financial assistance (such as rent or utility payments) and support services.  Prevention strategies include tenant-landlord mediation, family mediation, housing counseling, legal assistance, and discharge policies (from hospitals and jails).

Interpersonal Violence Assistance:

Faces of Hope – facesofhopevictimcenter.org

Faces of Hope  208-577-4400 or facesofhopevictimcenter.org

Faces of Hope is a warm and welcoming place where people affected by interpersonal violence can receive help.  There is no judgement, no strings, no wait list or fees.  They are there to help people affected by domestic violence, sexual violence, elder abuse, child abuse and stalking.

Mental Health Assistance:

Crisis Hotline – idahosuicideprevention.org

Idaho Youth Ranch for Youth Mental Health – youthranch.org/covid-19

Idaho Children’s Trustfund:



Neighborhood Plan Text


EENA operates on a very limited budget and depends upon volunteers, within the neighborhood, to get things done. Our only fundraiser is the EENA Annual Picnic, which is usually hosted in September.  This is the time we welcome neighbors and friends from all over the east end to join us in celebrating our beautiful neighborhood.  If you cannot volunteer your time but are interested in helping us out, we would welcome your donation no matter how large or small.  You can donate through out PayPal account here:

or contact us at: EastEndBoise@Gmail.com