After 40 years in the telecommunications field, Bill knows a thing or two about helping people. After retiring from Boeing, he started his volunteer career as a safety manager at Usful Glassworks. “I helped train people needing employment or getting them the skills they need.” Then, he heard about The Idaho Foodbank and has been here ever since.
More than 1.5 million 3 oz. servings of beef have been distributed through the Beef Counts program in an effort to ‘Give Hunger the Boot.’ This campaign helps feed hungry Idahoans like Vanessa, who recently received a food box at a mobile pantry in a small rural town in Southwest Idaho.
July is beef month in Idaho! Many of the events and activities this month will focus on our partnerships with the Idaho Beef Council, Agri Beef, and the Cattlemen and Cattlewomen Associations and their efforts to support hungry Idahoans.
For many Idahoans, summer time means grill time. As part of beef month, our talented dietitian Alexa has shared a delicious recipe with beef and veggie kabobs that go straight from freezer to grill.
Summer is here and many of our crops are starting to take shape. Here are a few pictures from out in the fields…
At The Idaho Foodbank, volunteers are essential to helping feed hungry Idahoans. They bring a variety of skills and come from a wide range of backgrounds. Pat is a long-time volunteer at the Foodbank and his life experience has prepared him well for this role. In 2010, Pat retired after a 41-year teaching career specializing […]