The Idaho Foodbank’s A Fresh Approach Campaign will ensure that our facilities have the capacity to capture more Idaho-grown produce and distribute it more frequently to more people in more places than ever before.
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The Idaho Foodbank’s A Fresh Approach campaign purpose is to increase our storage and transportation capabilities, which will result in more food reaching more people in more communities statewide.
And not just any food, but more nutritious food that reflects the many fruitful partnerships the Foodbank enjoys with corporations, processors and growers here in Idaho, making the most of Idaho’s great abundance to achieve our vision of a hunger-free Idaho.
The first phase of the A Fresh Approach campaign focused on the construction of the new North Central facility in Lewiston. With that complete and serving the needs of the region, the campaign has entered into phase two – facility enhancements in Boise and Pocatello.
To learn more or provide support for A Fresh Approach campaign contact:
Chief Development Officer
Thank You to Our Sponsors
J.R. Simplot Company Foundation, Inc
M.J. Murdock Family Trust, The ALSAM Foundation
CoBank, Northwest Farm Credit Services
P1FCU, Steve and Donna Busch, Joe Hall Ford, Atlas Sand & Rock Concrete,
Estate of C.S., Feeding America, Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
Patricia & Dirk Kempthorne
Richard and Vicki Clifford
Scott and Lori Arnone
LCV Down and Dirty Mud Run, Inc
John and Peggy Hammel
Mark and Cathy Poe
Doug Gross and Mary Hasenoehrl
David Davis - in memory of Vie Davis
Ford Motor Company Fund
John and Kay Rusche
Richard and Joan Vassar
Washington Trust Bank
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center
The Lewiston Morning Tribune
Inland Northwest Broadcasting/
Holland & Hart
Paul & Jean Buchanan
CHC Foundation, Inc.
The Storms Family Fund of the
Ayco Charitable Foundation
Mark & Michelle McKellar
John & Judy Culbreth
Blair J. Wilson
Ed & Donna Dahlberg
A.J. & Susie Balukoff
Steven & Laura Peterson
Schweitzer Engineer Laboratories