For the 19th consecutive year, The Idaho Foodbank and Micron Technology teamed up to give comfort and food to their fellow Idahoans just in time for the holidays. Micron employees gave 1,684 turkeys and 827 hams, bringing much-needed food to more than 2,500 households.
On November 13, Governor Brad Little moved the state back to Stage 2 in the Idaho Rebounds plan to combat rising numbers in COVID-19 cases and relieve some of the pressure on medical facilities. Listed are links for official information on Stage 2 guidelines and protocol.
In celebration of Idaho Philanthropy Day, the Idaho Nonprofit Center and its partners are recognizing the amazing philanthropic work of nonprofit organizations, foundations, businesses, and individuals with the annual Idaho Philanthropy and Brightest Star Awards. The Idaho Philanthropy Day awards encompass the spirit of philanthropy including, time, talent, treasure, and involvement in the community. Virtual […]
How would you describe your job? Our Volunteer Services team runs two to three shifts, five days a week from Tuesday through Saturday. Each shift is comprised of 20 people. This is the maximum amount of people that we can accommodate in order to abide by our strict health and safety protocols; especially during the […]
Watching your salt intake can be a challenge; especially during the holiday season. The American Heart Association recommends that the average person’s intake of sodium should be 2300 mg. If you have high blood pressure or other heart issues it is recommended that you consume less than 1500 mg per day. This is tough to […]
Did you know that your oral health in can affect the rest of your body? Studies suggest that oral bacteria and the inflammation associated with gum disease (periodontitis) could play a role in serious health issues such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes, premature birth and pneumonia. That is why The Idaho Foodbank has partnered with […]