Since 1984, The Idaho Foodbank has been working with a network of independent community partners to distribute free emergency food to individuals and families in need. This network of more than 200 partner agencies consists of emergency food pantries, community kitchens, shelters and programs that collectively work together to relieve hunger in Idaho.
The Idaho Foodbank wants their partners to be as efficient as possible when it comes to assisting food insecure individuals. The Idaho Foodbank encourages these partners to find additional sources to stock their pantry shelves and refrigerators/ freezers. These sources include food drives and fund raisers.
Navigate through the drop downs below to learn what it takes to create a successful food drive and fund raiser.
Training Video: How to Coordinate a Food Drive
Food Drives:Checklist for Coordinators Who Are Getting Started
Printable Poster Guidelines to Follow When Sorting Food During Food Drives