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Small Town Doing Big Things

Lewiston – Troy Food Bank, nestled in the hills in North Central Idaho, enjoys a picturesque landscape with beautiful small-town charm. Through that beauty, it’s important to recognize that this community is facing some serious food struggles. June Miner and Leitha Witt are working to change  the food landscape for community members. The pantry, located in the 100-year-old Seventh Day Adventist Church, is small but mighty. The Troy Food Bank team has laid out a grocery-store-style shopping experience for their neighbors, which also includes books for the kids, and hygiene items for the household. They even feature healthy items on the end of the aisles. We are proud to support the community in their innovative and impactful programs. The Idaho Foodbank partners with 465+ organizations across the state with the aim of serving communities where they are.