Join us this Tuesday, September 28th, for The Idaho Foodbank’s Back to School Virtual Telethon!
It will be a day full of entertainment from local talent, all to support the Backpack and School Pantry programs that provide children and their families with nutritious food throughout the school year.
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A Chefs’ Affaire

The Idaho Foodbank’s annual fundraiser, A Chef’s Affaire, is happening on September 16th. Thank you to our generous sponsors and the chefs in Pocatello, Lewiston, and the Treasure Valley for donating their time to create meals that ticketholders can enjoy while watching the online program. Tickets are still available for a short time.

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September Is Back to School Month

The Idaho Foodbank is hosting a statewide Back to School campaign for the entire month of September. In an effort to support kids all over Idaho who are experiencing hunger, the campaign will raise funds for the Backpack and School Pantry programs. There will be activities in the Treasure Valley and across Idaho during the month to support children through school-based programs.

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Inspirational Volunteers – Armentrout & White

Brittany Armentrout and Theo White and their children have been regular volunteers at The Idaho Foodbank’s Lewiston location for several years. When they got married in May of this year, their guests did not hesitate when Brittany and Theo asked for donations to The Idaho Foodbank in lieu of gifts.

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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