Christine Dwello, left, Corporate and Community Relations Manager for The Idaho Foodbank visits three members of the Davis family about the circumstances surrounding a $100 donation they made Friday: Mary Alice Davis, Susan Davis and Sarah Davis — along with great-grandchild Jordan Taylor. The Davis family was at Boise Town Square Mall recently and ran into a mysterious woman in the parking lot who gave them a Christmas card. The woman told Mary Alice Davis that she looked like she deserved the gift. After they opened the card and discovered a $100 bill, they looked up to thank the woman, but she had vanished. Mary Alice and rest of the Davis family decided to pass the gift along to The Idaho Foodbank. Dwello thanked them and said a $100 gift to the Foodbank will provide 400 meals for Idahoans who struggle with hunger every day. She wished them “Happy Holidays” — and to the mystery parking lot benefactor!
Christine Dwello, left, Corporate and Community Relations Manager for The Idaho Foodbank visits three members of the Davis family about the circumstances surrounding a $100 donation they made Friday: Mary Alice Davis, Susan Davis and Sarah Davis — along with great-grandchild Jordan Taylor. The Davis family was at Boise Town Square Mall recently and ran into a mysterious woman in the parking lot who gave them a Christmas card. The woman told Mary Alice Davis that she looked like she deserved the gift. After they opened the card and discovered a $100 bill, they looked up to thank the woman, but she had vanished. Mary Alice and rest of the Davis family decided to pass the gift along to The Idaho Foodbank. Dwello thanked them and said a $100 gift to the Foodbank will provide 400 meals for Idahoans who struggle with hunger every day. She wished them “Happy Holidays” — and to the mystery parking lot benefactor! Idaho Foodbank
Christine Dwello, left, Corporate and Community Relations Manager for The Idaho Foodbank visits three members of the Davis family about the circumstances surrounding a $100 donation they made Friday: Mary Alice Davis, Susan Davis and Sarah Davis — along with great-grandchild Jordan Taylor. The Davis family was at Boise Town Square Mall recently and ran into a mysterious woman in the parking lot who gave them a Christmas card. The woman told Mary Alice Davis that she looked like she deserved the gift. After they opened the card and discovered a $100 bill, they looked up to thank the woman, but she had vanished. Mary Alice and rest of the Davis family decided to pass the gift along to The Idaho Foodbank. Dwello thanked them and said a $100 gift to the Foodbank will provide 400 meals for Idahoans who struggle with hunger every day. She wished them “Happy Holidays” — and to the mystery parking lot benefactor! Idaho Foodbank

‘My needs are met’ — so stranger’s surprise gift becomes meals for Idaho’s hungry

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