Music To Our Ears

It’s not uncommon for a child to receive an allowance for doing his or her chores. Maybe it’s a dollar for cleaning their room or 50 cents for helping load the dishwasher; for five-year-old Everett, it was practicing on his family’s piano.

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Harvest Report: Apricots and Cherries On The Way

Soon, we’ll be getting loads of apricots and cherries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints orchard. This will be a perfect time to distribute these fresh fruits, as the temperature heats up and people are looking for a healthy, sweet treat. What a great, nutritious food to distribute to Idahoans in need. […]

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Harvest Report: More Partners Step Up to Help

We received news this month that Peaceful Belly Farms will be helping us provide produce to partners near them. They’ve committed to donating their excess produce to pantries and partners. This is great news for partners who are always hoping to find more ways to provide nutritious and wholesome foods. Peaceful Belly is just another […]

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Harvest Report: Summer Crops Growing Strong

The picture above is produce from Blue Barn Produce in Notus. They’ve donated portions of their yield to help solve hunger over the years. You can see it’s growing strong as we go deeper into the summer. It’s not just corn! You can also see JC Watson onion growing in Parma and looking robust. More […]

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When Life Gives You Lemons

Sometimes solving hunger can seem like an insurmountable problem. What can one person really do? Callia, a Boise eight-year-old, shows that one person, even a child, can make a huge difference. When she learned about hunger and the problems facing her community, she told her mother she wanted to do something about it. Her idea […]

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