We appreciate our partnership with the Idaho Beef Council and the rest of the Idaho beef industry for their on-going support. When we think of July, we usually think of hot weather, swimming, fireworks and backyard barbecues. From barbecues, it is just a short jump to thinking about beef – and July is Beef Month in Idaho!
Community health workers are tasked with referring patients to the resources they need. These resources often go beyond the health care services you may think of and branch into community-based resources, like food pantries.
Joe Hall Ford in Lewiston collected over 1,045 boxes of cereal, 600 jars of peanut butter, and 120 pounds of additional food and funds for The Idaho Foodbank!
The Idaho Food Bank Fund is accepting grant applications during the month of July. This grant application process is open between July 1st and July 31st to Idaho 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. Grant funding is available to provide nutrition awareness, promote healthy eating or relieve hunger.
Pocatello had a fun and memorable volunteer shift at their warehouse last month. Marcie Brown, a dedicated volunteer, invited her seven best friends from Vernal, UT to come celebrate her birthday with a volunteer shift at The Idaho Foodbank!
Let’s celebrate with ground beef– a versatile food that can be served over greens for salad, made into hamburgers or used for stuffed bell peppers.