As part of the annual Turkey Bucks campaign, shoppers at Albertsons stores in southern Idaho had the opportunity to add to their purchase totals to donate $1, $5 or $10 to Idaho families in need. On Thursday, November 13, Albertsons came to The Idaho Foodbank with a truck filled with 3,067 full turkey dinners for the families who need them most.
Happy Day Brands will help fill the bellies and hearts of hungry schoolchildren and their families by donating 100,000 superfood gluten-free oatmeal servings to The Idaho Foodbank’s School Pantry Program. Happy Day Brands is a Boise-based company co-founded by Mark and Jeanette Priddy that sells socially conscious chocolate, tea, coffee, and superfood oatmeal grown from […]
It’s that time of the year where you might have more that popped up in your garden than you really expected, but you don’t want to throw it away. A great solution for donating fresh produce from your garden or a community garden is to check with AmpleHarvest.org. They have a wonderful website that has […]
As Christmas approaches, Albertsons is coming through in the clutch for families in need. The newest shipment of meals is part of Albertsons’ “Santa Bucks” campaign, enabling customers to donate at the register by rounding up their purchase or adding $1, $5 or $10 as a donation. The campaign, along with “Turkey Bucks” during November, enables customers and associates to work together to raise the funds needed to provide delicious meals.
Alliance Title came by our office yesterday with a very generous donation of $16,587. Their offices in the Treasure Valley and in Montana, Washington and Wyoming run competitions during the fall. They also sent us a few photos of some of their “Canstructures” from their companywide contest.
Micron provides employees an annual holiday gift (choice of ham or turkey) in appreciation of their hard work throughout the year. Since 2001, many employees have chosen to donate their hams/turkeys to families through The Idaho Foodbank. This year’s donation brings the 15-year total to more than 23,000 turkeys and hams for Idaho families.