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Donations

We would not be able to fulfill our mission without the food and financial donations we receive from our caring community. 

FOOD DONATIONS

Donations of non-perishable food (canned, (canned, boxed or bag sealed) and personal care items may be dropped off in one of our four donations bins located at:

  • Eagle City Hall 

  • Eagle Fire Station #1 (on Iron Eagle Dr)

  • Idaho Youth Ranch (on State St in Eagle)

  • Albertson's in Eagle

We are unable to accept any home canned goods or opened items. For larger donations, a convenient time can be arranged for drop off by emailing us at eaglefoodbank@gmail.com.

Fresh Produce

We are delighted to receive donations of fresh produce on our distribution days ONLY at 149 W State Street, Suite 121 in Eagle (on the East side of the Customedica Pharmacy building).

  • Granola bars

  • Baked beans / Pork and Beans

  • Condiments, relish, salad dressing, etc.

  • Baking items

  • Crackers

  • Canned fruit

  • Canned stew

  • Refried beans

  • Raviolis, Spaghetti'Os

  • Hamburger or Tuna Helper

  • Crunchy peanut butter

  • Jam or jelly

  • Personal care items (shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrush, soap)

  • Dish soap or laundry soap

  • Household cleaning items

  • Paper towels and Kleenex

  • Beverages

  • Sugar free items

  • Gluten free items

Suggested Donations

FINANCIAL DONATIONS

We would not be able to fulfill our mission without the financial donations we receive from our community.  There are multiple ways you can support our cause. 

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Mail your donation to:

Eagle Community Foodbank

P.O. Box 1081

Eagle, ID 83616 

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Select Eagle Community Foodbank as your charity of choice and Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase to our organization. 

We are a registered charity with Idaho Gives, an annual event that raises money and awareness for Idaho nonprofits.  This year's event will run from April 29 to May 6, 2021.  For more information, visit idahogives.org