Hope for the Holidays
The Idaho Foodbank’s goal is to provide “Hope for the Holidays” to thousands of Idahoans who are struggling to put food on the table by distributing the food for 2 million meals each month in November and December. To make this goal a reality we need your help. Check out our Hope for the Holidays Page with events, food drives and fundraising activities.
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Empty Bowls is Back Online for 2021

As we approach the holiday season, it is important to remember that not all of our neighbors can fill their plates and bowls with food. That is why The Idaho Foodbank is pleased to host Empty Bowls events in the Treasure Valley and in Pocatello.

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

Starting in 2005, the Albertsons Turkey Bucks campaign has raised funds for The Idaho Foodbank to provide food for holiday meals to Idahoans in need. This year, the Turkey Bucks campaign resulted in customers and employees at 11 Albertsons stores raising money to provide food for more than 200,000 meals this holiday season.

At an event at The Idaho Foodbank warehouse in Meridian, representatives from Albertsons and The Idaho Foodbank spoke about their important partnership to help families struggling to make ends meet.

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Cranksgiving Turkey Drive in Pocatello

PROVIDING HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS The Cranksgiving Turkey Drive in Pocatello puts a unique and healthy “spin” on the Thanksgiving holiday. During this holiday season we see an outpouring of […]

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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. Updated 7.30.2021