At The Idaho Foodbank, we’re not just focused on filling plates; we want to make sure people who are in need are able to end their time of hunger with their health and their dignity. To accomplish this, we’re working together with medical professionals to create special events beyond the “mobile pantry”. These events include […]
On a day when hundreds of volunteers all over Idaho will work in their communities for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, The Idaho Foodbank announced a gift from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation, which granted $100,000 to the Foodbank, helping provide the food for 400,000 meals. The announcement comes at […]
The Idaho Trucking Association and Truckers Delivering Hope are continuing to help The Idaho Foodbank reach as many Idahoans as possible in 2017. As The Idaho Foodbank distributes more fresh and nutritious food than ever before, the strains on the current fleet of trucks adds up. That’s why the ITA and some of its members […]
On one of the final days of 2016, our friends at Northwest Farm Credit Services and CoBank showed up with a generous gift to help finish the year. For that, we want to issue a special thank you to the companies for their generous support! Northwest Farm Credit Services donated $25,000 in the surprise gift, with […]
In January, thousands of people across the United States and Idaho celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a national day of service, setting up service projects and volunteering at local non-profits.
Teaching elementary school students effectively is an effort that extends far beyond what happens in the classroom. This is a lesson learned by Susan, a teacher at Whittier Elementary School in Boise, in the time since she began teaching 18 years ago. From family dynamic to parental involvement, there are myriad elements which play a role […]