BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - It's time to Drive, Drop and Donate, Treasure Valley!
KBOI TV is teaming up with Bronco Motors, RC Willey, The Idaho Press-Tribune, Ultra Touch Car Wash, Craig Swapp and Associates and Idaho Athletic Club for the 5th annual Drive, Drop and Donate campaign - the annual food collection drive that helps restock the shelves at the Idaho Food Bank.
The food drive will take place on Thursday, April 12 from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. at various locations throughout the Treasure Valley. ** Donate Now **
We will be collecting non-perishable food items as well as taking monetary donations for the Idaho Food Bank. The collection effort will be broadcast throughout the day on KBOI-TV, Channel 2 and CW 2.2. You may look for additional coverage on KBOI2.com and on the station's Facebook page.
The Idaho Food Bank and their statewide network of partner agencies provided 10.57 million pounds of emergency food to families, children and senior citizens during 2011.
That works out to 8.8 million meals for hungry Idahoans and represents a 90 percent increase in food distribution since 2008. Obviously, there is a great need for this food.
Drive, Drop & Donate Locations
- The KBOI 2 TV studios at 140 N. 16th street in downtown Boise
- Bronco Motors at 15885 Idaho Center Blvd. in Nampa or 9250 Fairview Ave. in Boise
- RC Willey at 3301 Lanark Dr. Meridian
- Idaho Press-Tribune at 1618 N. Midland Blvd. in Nampa
- Craig Swapp and Associates at 2939 N. Cole Road in Boise
- Ultra Touch Car Wash at 8160 W. Overland Road in Boise or 835 E. Fairview Ave. in Meridian.
- Idaho Athletic Clubs at 2999 N Lake Harbor Ln. or 1435 S Maple Grove in Boise, 1450 W Fairview Ave. or 2340 S Eagle Rd in Meridian, 4623 Enterprise Way in Caldwell, 875 E Plaza Dr. in Eagle or 5251 E Exchange Way in Nampa
In 2010, KBOI-TV produced the documentary "Neighbors in Need" to highlight just how important it is for the community to help.