We need Volunteers!

The Idaho Foodbank has great community partners that donate fresh produce to us during the summer months, but we need your help packing and sorting food. More than 1 in 6 Idaho children and about 1 in 7 Idahoans is food insecure. Without volunteers, we can’t get food out to the people who need it. […]

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Harvest Report: Cherries Begin To Arrive

Believe it or not, early harvest has begun, and we’re learning a lot very quickly. Summer harvest has some growers having to replant as much as 30 percent of their crop! One of our partners had to suspend their retail outlet because of the way spring and late winter treated crops. But it’s not all […]

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Foodbank statement regarding President Trump’s budget

Our mission at The Idaho Foodbank is to feed, educate and advocate for Idaho’s hungry. Advocacy often means taking a role of speaking for Idaho’s most vulnerable when issues arise which could have a detrimental effect on the families, children, and seniors who are in need. Today, we’re asking for our supporters to help us […]

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Idaho Letter Carriers Help Stamp Out Hunger

One of Idaho’s longest-running community events was back in 2017 with a successful year, with more than 200,000 lbs. of food coming to Idahoans in need through the Stamp Out Hunger food drive on May 13. Organized by the National Association of Letters Carriers (NALC) and The National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association (NRLCA), the nation’s […]

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Joe Hall Helps Provide Cereal To NC Idaho Kids

Joe Hall, owner of Joe Hall Ford Lincoln in Lewiston, continues to out-do himself each year with his Cereal and Peanut Butter Drive at Rosauer’s in Lewiston. The fifth edition of the event beat last year’s totals, with 1,770 pounds of cereal and 1,071 pounds of peanut butter being donated to serve north central Idaho’s children. […]

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