Food For Our Children looks to stamp out hunger 

October 4, 2015, Daily Bee

It’s Food For Our Children Week in Bonner County and the timing couldn’t be any better, what with three grocery stores jumping on board to help raise money and the news that the weekend food program is about to be extended to include students at the middle school.  READ MORE.​

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Sandpoint Center adopts Northside School weekend food program

Local business donates $8,000 to Food for our Children to fund the costs for an entire school year of weekend food for Northside Elementary students in need.

Gary Rogers and Ned Brandenberger of the Sandpoint Center said  “We made this donation because we have a passion for kids. The thought of hungry people is bad, but the thought of hungry kids who have no control over their situation is horrible.” 

101 Women Sandpoint Awards FFOC $10,000


On October 30, 2017 the members of 101 Women Sandpoint awarded their Fall grant of $10,000 to Food For Our Children and in doing so, enabled 2500 weekend bags of food to go home with hungry children!  

VFW Post 2453 commits to sponsoring Southside Elementary School's backpack program for the 2016-17 school year!


Michael Harmelin, Michele Murphree (FFOC board member), Rich Faletto, Jacquelyn Johnson (Southside Principal), Larry Saunders, Janet Brignetti, Davida Rafferty, Larry Williams, Jay Herrmann, Max Rafferty
Holding Banner:
Will Dittman & Gray Henderson

Food For Our Children's mission to feed hungry children in Bonner Countywas featured on Lonesome Jack's April 14th WKRFY Morning show in aninterview with Michael Harmelin (VFW), Sheryl Rickard (CEO) and Misty Robertson (CNO) Bonner General Health and Michele Murphree (FFOC). http://www.krfy.org/podcast/

Food For Our Children Feeds Hungry Kids

June 11, 2017, Bonner County Daily Bee

SANDPOINT — Barely two years old, the local non-proᧀt Food For Our Children has tackled two major goals. The group, founded in the late spring of 2015, has put the issue of childhood hunger in Bonner County in the spotlight. More important, it has done something about it.  READ MORE.

Litehouse commits to sponsoring Hope Elementary School's backpack program for the 2016-17 school year!


Pam Hewitt (Office Coordinator), Lesa Niemela (Vice President, Human Resources, Litehouse), Sherri Hatley (Principal) and Dennis Pence (FFOC)

Food For Our Children expands

March 6, 2015, Daily Bee
New partners fund weekend food bags for students


When the cause is right, coalitions form and things get done. Just ask a group called Food For Our Children, a local non-profit that works to provide weekend food for local students who otherwise would go without.  READ MORE


contact@FoodForOurChildren.org  

P.O. Box 1049, Sandpoint, ID 83864   

​(208) 391-5277

Leadership Sandpoint's Cinco de Mayo event raises $8115 


Despite challenging weather, Leadership Sandpoint held an amazing Cinco de Mayo celebration which resulted in a generous donation of $8,115.00 to Food For Our Children...

Nonprofit group aims to tackle child hunger in North Idaho

April 10, 2015, Spokesman Review

More than half the students in Bonner County schools qualify for free or reduced-price
meals during the school week. But what do those children eat on weekends? And do they
eat enough?
  READ MORE.

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Food For Our Children tackles childhood hunger

March 22, 2015, Bonner County Daily Bee

For families who are struggling to put food on the table, the talk of an economic turnaround is just that - talk. A new non-profit organization called Food For Our Children (FFOC) has been formed to tackle the issue and get at the root of childhood hunger in Bonner County.  READ MORE.

contact@FoodForOurChildren.org  

P.O. Box 1049, Sandpoint, ID 83864   

​(208) 391-5277