By living in a community with a vibrant culture, we are able to be the kind of place that lifts up those around us. Having a strong, vibrant arts community makes Boise a better place for everyone to live, work and give.

The Pettitt Group real estate team supports art in all forms. We believe that art creates community, which is why each month we choose a local non-profit organization to support.

We are excited to announce our support for the Treasure Valley Institute for Children’s Art (TRICA) in January 2018. We will give $100 per transaction to TRICA this month, or a minimum of $1,000 (whichever is greater).

Treasure Valley Institute for Children's Arts

“The arts have a unique and profound power to inspire children…”

TRICA is a non-profit that offers arts education programs to the…

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Pettitt Group Art Collection Features Local Idaho Artists

In 2016 we had Karen Bubb create an original work of art that re ran as signed, numbered prints and framed for client closing gifts. This has been a wonderful new tradition, and we would like to build upon it. Our goal was to curate an art collection of original works by local artists. Over the course of 2017 a group of twelve local artists were chosen to submit artwork to be a part of a collection. We unveiled the collection of pieces on November 9, 2017, at a client appreciation party at the Boise Art Museum. We’re using this as an opportunity to not only promote the work of local artists, but to support arts education locally. Throughout the following year, during each month, The Pettitt Group…

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Pettitt Group Real Estate selections of non profit organizations for their 2018 Community Giving program.

Personal Message from Andrea Pettitt:

In 2010 I worked as a solo agent and the real estate market was in a tailspin. Over half the homes I showed were short sales or bank owned properties. There were so many dreams that were lost during that time and as an agent it was an incredibly sad time.

One day I had an idea to make a donation at every closing to a local non profit organization. It was a way to add something good to what I was doing when most of my work involved hard times for someone. Since then, we’ve given $100 to a local non profit at every closing — in 2017 we were able to donate over $20,000!

We’ve noticed is that by living in a community with a vibrant culture, we are able to be the kind of place that lifts up those around us.…

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