Tell our Reps to Fund Education!

  • March 1, 2024
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Recently, the Blaine County School Board was forced into the painful process of budget cuts thanks to a $2 million shortfall engineered by the Governors’ office. In our efforts to end hunger, we know a good education can be the ticket to a better life and we fight so

Grant Committee Evaluation Rubric

  • January 18, 2024
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Thank you for participating in the Partner Collaboration Program grant process. All successful applicants will be a part of a peer review process. Download this evaluation rubric to see how your organization will be scored and how you will be scoring peer applications. E-mail collectiveimpact@thehungercoalition.org if you have questions.

BEST OF THE FEST

  • June 19, 2023
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Taco ’bout a good time! Our second annual FoodFest was a dream with tacos so delicious there wasn’t a bite leftover.  As always, a great party is made possible by the people. We have so many folks to thank, including all of you who turned out. ICYMI: the winner of

2nd Annual Food Fest

  • June 13, 2023
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The Hunger Coalition is hosting its second annual FoodFest or Festival de Comida on Saturday, June 17 from 4 – 6:30 p.m. at Bloom Community Food Center. Everyone is invited to enjoy a taco cooking competition, kids activities with Sun Valley Museum of Art, taco flights with sides and

HONORING PRIDE

  • June 6, 2023
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So much good is born of struggle. The Hunger Coalition was born of struggle — of hunger and hardship — but has evolved into a celebration of the joy and tenacity of working class folks. It’s not lost on us that PRIDE month has evolved much the same. We know our

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION MONTH

  • April 18, 2023
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It’s Volunteer Appreciation Month and we have an endless amount of appreciating to do for our incredible team of volunteers. Please join us in celebrating all the wonderful volunteers in our lives. FARM HANDS KAREN DALEY Mindy Rider, food production supervisor said, “Karen has volunteered consistently with our farm program since she

The Applicant’s Burden

  • November 3, 2022
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By Luis Campos, Immigration Attorney, The Alliance of Idaho Persecution, we have repeatedly held is an extreme concept that means something considerably more than discrimination or harassment.  – Sharma v Garland in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, No. 20-70238 (2021) Because it is an extreme concept, persecution does not include

Festival De Mole

  • May 2, 2022
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The Hunger Coalition está encantado de organizar nuestro primer Mole Fest anual el 11 de junio para unir culturas en la celebración de este plato. Estamos buscando cinco chefs para competir en esta competencia de Mole. Si desea ser chef, comuníquese con Dolores Vega, supervisora ​​de recursos y defensa,

Join us for MoleFest

  • May 2, 2022
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Mole is a Mexican soul food originating in Oaxaca that’s often made of nuts, chili, special herbs and spices. The Hunger Coalition is thrilled to be hosting our first annual MoleFest on June 11 from 4-7 p.m. to bring cultures together in celebration of this dish. Event Details:Open to the public. Five guest