“The Spring Corporate Food Drive comes at a critical time for The Hunger Coalition,” stated Jeanne Liston, Executive Director. “We continue to see some of the highest numbers of people receiving food assistance in the history of our organization.” Statistics indicate the need for food assistance across the state and country is increasing, despite improvements in the economy. “While 80% of our clients are working at least one job, many just don’t earn enough to make ends meet due to low wages. The food received from the Spring Corporate Food Drive will help dramatically and be distributed immediately.” Continue reading →
After the generosity and abundance of the holiday season, businesses often see a downturn. Subsequently, those in need begin to face the leanest time of year.
“The hunger season is upon us,” states a recent news release issued from the nonprofit Blaine County Hunger Coalition.
Last March, the Hunger Coalition saw 576 locals come through their lines at its mobile food bank—a record high—compared to their last high of 481 people in March 2011, the organization reported. Continue reading →
Sun Valley Resort was the “Golden Can” winner for 2014.
Annual Spring Corporate Food Drive Helps Families in Need
Spring is quickly approaching, (especially with the 60 degree days) and that means it’s time for The Hunger Coalition to partner with local businesses for the Annual Spring Corporate Food Drive. Through March 20, 2015 the Sun Valley Resort, St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center, Idaho Mountain Express, Cold Springs Crossing and Marketron will be competing to bring The Hunger Coalition non-perishable foods and financial
contributions. The business that brings in the most donations will be awarded the coveted Golden Can Award! Continue reading →