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City of Good prides itself on uplifting partner organizations and working with others to fulfill identified unmet community needs. To build a sustainable food system and provide Local Food for All, we partner with dozens of community organizations including:
When every step of the process benefits participants, we’re working within a Circle of Good. From purchasing meals and produce directly from restaurants and farms to help them thrive, to supporting our food insecure community in innovative ways, we create mutual benefit at every stage.
Locally sourced produce and Fuel Kits are provided out of a desire to build relationships and systems that ensure all residents have access to good food and those who provide it are paid a living wage.
City of Good partners with 50+ local restaurants and local growers including:
Roots Zero Waste Market
Little Cow Mountain Farm
Lemon Tree Boise
Help us sustain and scale our impact!
With your support, in 2024 we plan to distribute more than:
City of Good partners with local farms and gardens to increase access to fresh, locally-grown produce in the Boise community. We work closely with schools and early learning centers to identify recipients based on current needs and coordinate volunteers to distribute the produce directly from the growers to the designated locations.
In addition to providing local produce, City of Good also partners with local international markets and the Boise School District to provide diverse, culturally-appropriate shelf stable goods to Community School food pantries. City of Good places monthly wholesale orders and volunteers help pack and distribute the food from the storage site to the food pantries. The goods are purchased from local stores like Food Land Market, International Grocery Market, and La Ranchera.
Weekend Fuel Kits: Every Friday, City of Good delivers fresh, nutritious, kid-friendly meals to children living as guests of Interfaith Sanctuary. Kits are prepared by restaurant partners and provide enough food to last through the weekend.
Senior Fuel Kits: In the fall of 2022, City of Good began partnering with Southwest Idaho Area 3 Senior Services (SWIA3) to bring weekly meal kits to low income seniors (60+) that have barriers to accessing food. Kits consist of six ready-to-eat meals produced by partner restaurants using 30% locally sourced food with senior nutritional needs in mind.
Automatic, recurring donations help us worry less about the bills and more about getting nutritious and locally sourced food to Boiseans in need.
People who make a monthly donation through this page will join our Monthly Giving Circle - a group of neighbors who care deeply about Boise and are building a sustainable food system.
Other ways to get involved and amplify your impact: