Proceeds Will Go to The Idaho Foodbank On Saturday, Feb. 1, Daisy’s Madhouse will present its fifth annual “Will Act for Food: A Play Festival in 24 Hours” to benefit The Idaho Foodbank. The popular evening of original one-act plays is sponsored and hosted by Boise Little Theater. On Friday, Jan. 31, at […]
Last year, taxpayers provided $100,000 in grants to 31 anti-hunger groups statewide The Idaho Food Bank Fund’s fourth year was again a tribute to the generosity of Idaho taxpayers. The fund’s executive committee distributed 31 grants worth $100,000 in 2013, up from $99,912.71, $90,978.04 and $78,100 during the fund’s previous years. For example, grants to […]
Twenty students chose The Idaho Foodbank’s Lewiston branch as the place to do a day of service on Martin Luther King Jr./Idaho Human Rights Day. Eighteen students from Lewis-Clark State College and two from Jennifer Junior High helped repack 3,750 pounds of pearl onions, 874 pounds of french fries and 3,294 pounds of Cuban-style […]
The kickoff for the Dump Hunger food drive in Lewiston was a rousing success. On Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Lewiston Albertsons, generous donors started us off with 449 pounds of food and $423. For more information in Lewiston about this important food drive, use this link or contact Cari Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Another 70 volunteers rolled in for the afternoon shift of the Martin Luther King Jr./Idaho Human Rights Day service project at The Idaho Foodbank. This group was made up of volunteers from Citigroup, Agri Beef, the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, the Baha’i Community of Boise and the Junior League. Many had already worked the morning […]
Ninety volunteers spent the morning of their Martin Luther King Jr./Idaho Human Rights Day holiday at The Idaho Foodbank. They came from such companies as Albertsons, Citigroup and Idaho Central Credit Union; as well as from the Junior League and the Italian American Club of Boise; and as families. Two groups assembled 3,600 Backpack refills […]