When Jennifer found out she was going to be losing her job, she and her husband Rick were already out of savings. With Rick going to grad school and a recent pay cut, the savings had been depleted. Even with some signs that bad news was coming, there was no amount of preparation they could […]
One of the real assets and skills learned by students taking Cooking Matters classes from The Idaho Foodbank is how to make a meal from scratch.
While other children seize dinnertime as an opportunity to watch TV and do homework, Cierah joins her mother in the kitchen. It’s an activity she plans to do even more this summer after graduating from her Cooking Matters Course.
It was April of 2017 when her daughter Emily was rushed from their home in the Magic Valley to the Salt Lake City hospital. They chose that hospital because that’s where Emily’s heart doctor works, helping her work back from a separate condition.
Many hungry seniors in Idaho are left with an impossible choice: purchase the healthy food they need to stay healthy or use that money to buy medicine. It’s a situation Millie G., a recipient of The Idaho Foodbank, has experienced.
It was a late night in his native San Bernadino when Alexander Mattison, now a Boise State football player, came to learn how important his parents were in keeping his life together.