Make 3X the Difference for Children Facing Hunger

Give by June 30 so your support can triple for children and families in North Texas. Every $1 you give will provide 9 nourishing meals!

Our Mission is to Close The Hunger Gap in North Texas by Providing Access to Nutritious Food.

Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated and purchased foods through a network of nearly 500 Partner Agencies and Organizations in 13 counties.

Our Feeding Network

Each of our programs represent a unique solution to the ongoing pursuit of closing the hunger gap in North Texas.

Our Impact

With NTFB, there are many ways you can get involved to make an impact on your community:


meals provided to kids, seniors and families in need in FY23

More Than

pounds of fresh produce distributed in FY23

Events and Campaigns

Community Campaigns

NTFB loves to partner with individuals and businesses in the community to raise funds to fight hunger! Learn more and attend events to support NTFB!

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Nourish North Texas Telethon

WFAA, the North Texas Food Bank and the Tarrant Area Food Bank are teaming up this year for this 4th annual Nourish North Texas Telethon! On June 25, 2024 tune…

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What is MyPlate?

North Texas Food Bank's Nutrition Services team explains how the USDA tool can help you plan a nutritious and healthy diet. Photo courtesy Adobe Stock. Remember the Food Guide Pyramid?...
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Celebrate National Smoothie Day with this Delicious Recipe

This easy banana strawberry smoothie is packed with vitamins and protein. Fruit-filled smoothies can be a refreshing treat or breakfast, but Nutrition Education Specialist Jamie Palefsky says to make...
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NTFB Celebrates Pride Month

The North Texas Food Bank’s QUEERSpace Affinity Group is lifting up the LGBTQIA+ community this June—and throughout the year. The group that is made up of members of the LGBTQIA+...
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Plano Mayor’s Summer Internship Program Participants Learn About Service at NTFB

The June 14 Community Service Day was sponsored by NTT Data Plano ISD students participating in the Plano Mayor’s Summer Internship Program had the chance to give back to their...
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SNAP recipients may be eligible for funds to replace food lost during the recent power outages. SNAP recipients in specified counties can buy hot food items such as prepared food from store’s deli – learn more HERE.