Feed the birds in winter; in return, they will feed your soul with the look of gratitude. Mehmet Murat Ildan
Produce Tuesday will continue in January, and beyond. Idaho Food Bank has announced that effective in the 2022 season, Produce Tuesday is now a month to month program, subject to change without notice.
Keep in mind, in the current environment, there may be issues with transport of perishable products to rural distribution points and other unknown challenges.
We recognize that Idaho Food Bank provides leadership in prioritizing the importance of sustainable programs in support of our rural communities.
Through ongoing contributions from our local community, Camas Prairie Food Bank operates with ample resources to meet the needs of our community for years to come.
We appreciate every one of our businesses and community members
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Camas Prairie Food Bank is an all-volunteer 501(c)3 organization served by an all volunteer Board of Directors, eight in number, with many volunteers who help with distribution twice each week.
Working together we will change the statistics of the hungry in our community with kindness and dignity.
We are a sustaining food bank serving approximately 300 to 500 people per month from the Grangeville area. We partner with Idaho Food Bank and the Community Action Program.
Your support and contributions will enable us to support an ever growing number of families in need, and improve conditions. Your donation will help to fund our neighbors in need and the at risk children in our community who need help most.
Whether you make a food donation or a monetary donation, you are strengthening the fabric of our LOCAL community and helping neighbors in need. Thank you.
We are very pleased to accept canned goods, non-perishable food items, as well as Slow Cookers / Crockpots that are still in working order, as well as electric skillets. We also accept blankets and sleeping bags.
We do not accept clothing items. Please drop off donated clothing to the Syringa Thrift Store located on Hwy 95 North just north of the junction at Main Street.
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Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
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