Three Generations Volunteer At Foodbank

This is a letter from Brook Richter, who was one of a family of three generations which came to volunteer at The Idaho Foodbank on the day before Thanksgiving. She comes from a family of caring people with hearts for the mission to solve hunger. We’ll let her tell you about her experiences in her own words.

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Finally on the other side: Debby’s story

Debby is no stranger to hardship. As a young girl, her mother was sent to prison and she went to live with her grandparents. A rebellious teen, she ended up living on the streets eating out of dumpsters and turning to food banks for extra help. Today, at age 39, she’s hoping she’s finally made it to the “other side”, a time when she can put her past behind her and look to the future.

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A Mother Shares Her Story

During our recent MIX 106 radio-a-thon for our Backpack program, we received a donation from a woman who had first-hand knowledge of the program. She agreed to share her very […]

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Music To Our Ears

It’s not uncommon for a child to receive an allowance for doing his or her chores. Maybe it’s a dollar for cleaning their room or 50 cents for helping load the dishwasher; for five-year-old Everett, it was practicing on his family’s piano.

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