Thanks to Everyone for Your Help in 2021
The Idaho Foodbank successfully ended 2021 with its annual “Hope for the Holidays” by meeting its campaign goal to help to thousands of Idahoans struggling to put food on the table for the holidays. But food insecurity is year-round and this year broke many records, especially in the amount of emergency free food distributed across the state. We couldn't do it without your help.
2021 Stories and Appreciation

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Albertsons and the Idaho Foodbank Celebrate Their Partnership to Address Food Insecurity

Since 2005, the Albertsons Santa Bucks campaign has raised funds for The Idaho Foodbank to provide food for holiday meals to Idahoans who are struggling to make ends meet. This campaign gives customers the opportunity to donate money to The Idaho Foodbank when they are paying for their purchases. “Our customers and hard-working associates show such generosity through these holiday campaigns,” said John Colgrove, Division President at Albertsons Companies Intermountain Division.

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Twelve Years of Excellence

Charity Navigator is the country’s largest independent evaluator of nonprofits. For the 12th year in a row, The Idaho Foodbank has been awarded a four-star rating!

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Stinker Stores Stomp Out Hunger Record-Breaking Donation to the Idaho Foodbank

Stinker Stores and The Idaho Foodbank celebrated the results of the Stomp Out Hunger Campaign with a check presentation at The Foodbank warehouse in Meridian. Since 2010, Stinker Stores have had their Stomp Out Hunger Campaign to benefit The Idaho Foodbank. Stinker Stores broke their previous record for the amount raised during Stomp Out Hunger, raising enough funds to provide food for 400,000 meals.

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COVID-19 Safety Policies Update
All partners, visitors, and volunteers are required to wear a mask and remain physically distanced when in any Foodbank facility. The Idaho Foodbank staff is required to wear masks in areas open to the public and when interacting with the public, including volunteers, visitors, and partners. We will continue to monitor CDC recommendations regarding COVID-19, as well as additional information and guidelines from state and local health departments. Using that information, we will define any future changes to The Foodbank's procedures.