On October 30th, a team of volunteers including members of LCCU and America West Bank distributed fresh food to over 150 families using a drive thru system. The distribution occurred in the Lewiston Salvation Army parking lot and included yogurt, milk, apples, fresh potatoes, frozen potatoes, and formula.
With hunger numbers continuing to create added demand across our state, Twin County United Way is doing their part in helping out. The organization donated $10,633.83 to help The Idaho Foodbank fund its programs that reach low-income and food-insecure families and children in north central Idaho and beyond. Their money will go to the Backpack […]
By Doug Bauer Lewiston Tribune Cari Miller knows better than to take the food on her family’s plates for granted. The former store manager of The Home Depot in Lewiston, Miller became a stay-at-home mom for three years before taking over as north central branch manager of The Idaho Foodbank last year. She says the […]
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.
We got a nice surprise at our Lewiston warehouse from the store managers of the Les Schwab tire centers in Lewiston. Rik Warden and Randy Tipton dropped off the 54 turkeys they purchased from Costco especially for us. Les Schwab stores across the state have also served as drop-off points for turkey donations. […]