The Idaho Foodbank and its partner agencies across the state are considered an essential service and vital to providing food.
Therefore we are exempt from Governor Little’s Statewide Stay-At-Home Order. Our facilities are open, and our volunteers are considered essential personnel.
Please keep your social distancing procedures in place and we are encouraging healthy, low-risk individuals to volunteer.
To serve the rising tide of Idahoans who find themselves without income or access to food The Idaho Foodbank has committed to the following:
- We are increasing food distribution statewide by 30%; food for 2 Million meals each month
- We are working with our network of partners to keep school and community pantries open
- We have transitioned to a prepackaged food box distribution model at our mobile pantries to ensure they remain a safe and reliable method of food access; especially in our rural areas
We hope that you consider The Idaho Foodbank during this critical time. The food you are helping to provide will ease the anxiety of families face with impossible decisions and scarce resources.
Getting Help – Giving Help
Use our food locator link below if you are looking for help. The quickest way to get help Idahoans in need is to make a donation. A $25 donation can provide food for 125 meals.