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Farmers to Families Food Box Program helps Feed the Hungry

Hundreds of Idahoans lined up in their cars Thursday afternoon at Nampa’s Ford Idaho Center for free boxes of farm-fresh food courtesy of the USDA’s Farmers to Families Food Box Program. A total of 3,000 boxes (1500 Produce + 1500 Combo of Produce, Dairy & Protein) were distributed.

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Boise State Fights Student Food Insecurity

School is back in session and most college students are settled in and well into their routine with classes, but for some, there’s not always certainty about where they will get their next meal. Collin Peterson with the Bean of Students at Boise State says about one in three students have expressed that they have gone hungry or have struggled with having enough food in the past thirty days.

Stamp Out Hunger
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Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive set for May 11

This Saturday marks the 27th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive across the country, including here in Idaho. Letter carriers and post offices will accept donations of non-perishable food items for those in need.

letter carriers go blue
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Letter carriers go blue for Stamp Out Hunger

Boise letter carriers have done it again – they had their hair dyed blue by volunteers at the Undone Salon to raise awareness about the 2019 Stamp Out Hunger food drive. The annual food drive is this Saturday, May 11. Remember to put some food out by your mailbox.

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The Idaho Foodbank recognizes over 7 years of service by Wednesday Wonders

Volunteers filling backpacks with food to help get children in need through the weekend to senior boxes to supplement needs for additional nutrition, and everything in between, no good deed goes unnoticed at The Idaho Foodbank. Click to watch the video and read the story our The Wednesday Wonders volunteer group.