We are switching to DRIVE-THRU SERVICE in an effort to protect our clients and volunteers from the coronavirus.
As of now, we plan to keep our regular hours.
Those are Mondays and Wednesdays from noon to 6 and Thursdays from noon to 4.
We are also facing some challenges.
Nearly two dozen of our older volunteers have chosen to stay home to avoid the virus.
So, if you are young and healthy and are looking for a volunteer opportunity, we can use your help. Check out the volunteer tab on our website or call 208-888-5102.
Also, supplies of certain food items are limited because donations from grocery stores are down as people clear the shelves to stock up. We are all in this together. So we ask for your patience and understanding during this trying time. Thank You!
The Meridian Food Bank is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to providing emergency food aid to our neighbors in need. Our goal is to help anyone who is hungry and asks us for assistance; our ability to help is determined by the amount of food and money donated to us.
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"No More Empty Bowls!"
A huge thank you to the Meridian Boy Scout troops/packs for their food drive on Saturday. We received 14,200 pounds of food! That will go a long way to filling our warehouse. We are especially grateful to Meridian Troop 62. Every year they come to the Meridian Food Bank and spend the day sorting the … Read more
Stephen Kovatch! Congratulations Stephen! Also, a huge thank you to everyone who bought a raffle ticket. The money raised will support our weekend Backpack Program for kids in the West Ada School District who otherwise might go hungry on weekends during the school year. Plus, a big thank you to Brianna Ellis for drawing the … Read more
By PATTY BOWEN firstname.lastname@example.org Apr 29, 2019 Dan Clark was chaperoning a group of teenagers through the San Francisco Tenderloin District when he found his calling. The district has one of the highest homeless populations in the city. Its sidewalks have been described as “resembling a refugee camp” by the New York Times because of … Read more