Region sees growing food insecurity More and more Idaho residents find themselves having to turn to food banks for help By CHELSEA EMBREE of the Tribune When Elisabeth Halligan’s financial situation became “just enough too tight that it was falling apart,” the Idaho Foodbank pantry in Grangeville was the only resource she found that could Read More
On Friday, May 1st, the White House honored “Champions of Change” that demonstrate how national service creates pathways to economic and employment opportunities. The Idaho Foodbank’s CEO Karen Vauk was among the honorees.
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by Laurie Welch / firstname.lastname@example.org BURLEY | Brittany Breezee filled a shopping cart full of food Tuesday to take back to her five children, ages 18 months to 16 years. She was one of hundreds of people who came to the food pantry at Mountain View Christian Center in Burley. About 300 families come regularly, Read More
Hunger Coalition extends its hours – Idaho Mountain Express Newspaper: Blaine County. – Idaho Mountain Express, April 17. 2015 The Hunger Coalition in Bellevue will extend its hours of operation, beginning on April 27, to meet an increase in demand from working families. Food distribution hours will be extended at its Bellevue warehouse location on Read More
For Immediate Release PRESS CONTACTS The Idaho Foodbank: Mike Sharp, Public Relations, The Idaho Foodbank (208) 577-2688 New data show hunger remains major problem in idaho Food security in Idaho has not been improved by a more robust economy, according a new study released by Feeding America. In fact, for some regions of Idaho, food Read More
By Kendra Evensen email@example.com A candlelight service set next weekend will help shed some light on hunger issues in Eastern Idaho. The service, which is part of the annual Feeding the 5,000 Families events, will take place at 7 p.m. on March 28, at Trinity Episcopal Church, located at 248 N. Arthur Ave. in Pocatello. Read More