The Idaho Foodbank is an independent nonprofit organization that has worked with a network of partner agencies to distribute free emergency food to individuals and families in need for more than 25 years. More than a statewide distribution system, this network of more than 200 partner agencies consists of emergency food pantries, community kitchens, shelters and programs that collectively work together to relieve hunger in Idaho.
IFB provides programs that serve an important role in communities that lack resources for hungry families and children. These programs include:
Individual donations, grants and corporate donations are the primary sources of funding for The Idaho Foodbank. The organization does not depend on government funding or subsidies. Food donations are accepted from manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers, community and corporate food drives and through the national Feeding America network. Tax-deductible cash donations are critical to underwrite the costs associated with acquiring, transporting, warehousing and distributing food throughout the state of Idaho.
The Idaho Foodbank is an independent 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization
comprised of a partner network of more than 200 hunger relief agencies
throughout the state of Idaho.