MLK Day at the Lewiston Branch was truly exciting! 17 members of the men’s basketball team at Lewis Clark State College came to the warehouse to help feed hungry Idahoans. The men built backpacks, sorted food drive, and repacked pasta in record time! We also had volunteers from LHS join in the fun.
We had over 150 Volunteers from Citibank, ConAgra, the Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, the Junior League and Agri Beef help build 7,300 backpacks refills on Martin Luther Kind/Human Rights Day in January. Learn more about volunteering at The Idaho Foodbank.
Warehouse and workplace safety for our employees, visitors and volunteers is a top priority at The Idaho Foodbank and we want to thank Aimee Stein and Joel Hickman from Saint Alphonsus and the Boise Fire Department! Saint Alphonsus donated a state-of-the-art defibrillator to the Foodbank and the Boise firemen gave us an expert training session how to use Read More
The Idaho Foodbank relies on partners to work to solve hunger in Idaho. Now, the more than 200 partners and vital programs all around our state, working with the people who need it the most, are receiving much-needed help. The General Mills Foundation is giving $5,000 to help the effort from Lewiston to Pocatello. With 93% Read More
For thousands of Idaho kids who rely on free or reduced-price lunches at school, weekends can be a time of stress and worry as they don’t have a safety net to ensure they’re properly fed. Luckily for students in Idaho, organizations like the Julius C. Jeker Foundation are stepping up to make sure they have Read More