Become a Jumpin' Bean! Solve Hunger! Give and truly live!
Jumpin' Beans Mobile Food Bank gladly accepts food and monetary donations. Monetary donations give the greatest benefit for the following reasons: 1. Bulk food purchases from sources available only to food banks help to maximize each dollar. (e.g. A generous donor donates a can of beans to the cause. Wonderful!!! But, if that person instead donates the monetary value of the can of beans, ten or twenty cans of beans could be bulk-purchased for the same price as one can.) 2. Storage space for donated food items is always a challenge. Monetary donations allow purchases to be made when space is available, at times when needs are highest, and when prices for bulk purchases create the greatest return on the money. 3. Funds help communities install gardens, or to provide job training and education to people with the will, but not the way.
Donations may be sent to: Jumpin' Beans Mobile Food Bank 9428 N. Government Way Hayden, ID 83835 USA
Your contribution may be tax deductible. Consult a tax professional for more details. Gem Community Citizens Project Group, Inc. dba Jumpin' Beans Mobile Food Bank TAX ID number 82-0522106
Please give of your time, ideas, and talents to jump-start hope in vulnerable individuals. Contact us to find out what you can do. We need delivery curriers, steering committee members, and volunteers willing to establish self-sustainability projects.
"You can't imagine how much this means to me. I didn't know what I was going to do. I can't believe this. You are angels." Edith shared words of gratitude with tears in her eyes after receiving food, juice, and toiletries in her hour of need.
"I was about to give up all hope last night, when you showed up. Thank you so much for helping at my most crucial hour." These profoundly touching words came from the heart of a disabled veteran who needed connections to resources and help from friends he didn't yet know he had. Food, shelter, and companionship was provided in his case, along with help getting his car back on the road, and getting back on track with a career opportunity and a support system for the future.
Can you deliver food? Can you offer support? Do you have skills to teach? Can you travel to establish humanitarian projects?