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

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Beef Counts

In a state where cattle outnumber people, it is no surprise that the Idaho Beef Industry has had a tremendous impact on local communities and the economy of Idaho. July is Idaho Beef Month and it is also our opportunity to say “Thank You” to the industry for supporting neighbors facing hunger through the Beef Counts program.

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School is Out, Hunger is Not

This school year has looked and felt different for children and families across the country. But as the summer season begins, it is important to remember that summer can also mark the time of year when children have less food to eat.

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One of The Idaho Foodbank’s core values is agility, and this past year has been a true test of our ability to put that value into action every day. We took aggressive steps to assure our ability to continue to serve by safeguarding our facilities through restricted access, moving non-operation staff to working remote, and adapting how our programs distribute food.

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