Our Purpose

The Purpose of the Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery is to
Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect.

We help children heal from difficult life experiences and wrap a variety of services around families in crisis to help them rebuild their lives and help their children thrive. We nurture hope.

5k/10k Relief Run

Preparing for a half-marathon?
Want to enjoy the sunshine with friends or family?
Or, just want to support child abuse prevention efforts?

Sign up now for the 5th annual TVCRN Relief Run!
(Early bird savings deadline is April 19th)

 2014-Relief_Run2AbbRegister as an individual or register your team from church or work. Grab your cousins and challenge the aunts and uncles! Form a team from one department and challenge another department where you work!

Commemorative Poster

Want to register online?
Want to print a registration form, fill it out & turn it in?

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View Run Sponsors and support those who support TVCRN in your community.


Want to check out a map of the 5K & 10K courses?

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2014 Relief Run participants to be blasted with color

The Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery is gearing up for its fifth annual Relief Run.  The May 3, 2014 event will have a colorful twist and a name change: The Relief Run Color Blast     READ FULL PRESS RELEASE

ICB Donation to TVCRN


In the middle of a capital campaign to raise $50,000 locally and $1 million from private foundations, Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery executive director Kathie Collins said the nonprofit organization is especially thankful for a donation from ICB for $750.    READ FULL PRESS RELEASE

From left are Kathie Collins, Treasure Valley Children’s Relief Nursery executive director; Paul Bentz, TVCRN board chair, and Sam Schertz, senior personal banker at ICB’s Ontario branch.

TVCRN awarded quarter-million dollar grant for building

With more than 30 children on its waiting list, the Treasure ValleyChildren’s Relief Nursery is working to raise funds to build a facility of its own.The capital campaign, which started last fall, received a big boost with therecent announcement that the Marilyn Moyer Charitable Trust had awarded theRelief Nursery $250,000.    READ FULL PRESS RELEASE