ways to give
"The Food Pantry is a community effort. We rely on the help of many volunteers and organizations to keep the Pantry going strong. Your time and talents and donations are alleviating hunger in Teton Valley. Thank you for giving generously."
~Teton Valley Food Pantry Board President, Deb Adams
Contributions of all sizes are necessary to keep us going!
No role is too small and we are happy to list a few low to no cost ideas of ways EVERYONE can play a vital role.
Help find dozen-sized clean egg cartons!
Ask friends and neighbors to save them for the Food Pantry
Deliver them to Red Bins located in the entry to Broulims and at the site located inside the Teton Business & Education Center 1420 N Hwy 33 Driggs, Idaho.
Share us on social!
Follow us on FACEBOOK and share what we're doing to help your local community.
Thank Food Pantry Workers!
Send a message to the front-line food pantry workers and volunteers helping our neighbors every day.
Become an advocate.
Families across the country need more support to get meals - and fast. Support emergency relief today.
Put us in your Church or Organizations Newsletter
We are always happy to let folks know how we are doing and what help we may need to get the word out about.
Calling All Hunters!
If you hunt and have extra meat - you can donate it to the Food Pantry! We are in need of ground meat in one-pound packages
Here are a few guidelines:
Must be USDA processed
Showing what the product is and who processed it.
Got some extra time?
Click the Volunteer Page to learn more.
At this time, we aren't holding food drives or fundraisers out of an abundance of caution for the health of our clients, volunteers, and the general public.
Cash donations of any amount are being used to purchase the foods that traditional food drives would bring in like fresh fruits, produce, meats, milk, and eggs. TVFP has strategic partnerships that enable us to purchase food at bulk prices, therefore maximizing your dollars.
Remember that people are in need year-round, so think about evenly spacing your donations throughout the calendar year.