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.
NTFB’s Nutrition Services team provides access to healthy food while educating people in our community about eating nutritiously on a budget.
NTFB’s Garden Programs offer tours, workshops, and volunteer opportunities at Jan’s Garden and our Partner Gardens.
Speak to a Social Service Assistance staff member who can provide valuable information about benefits available to you.
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
pounds of fresh produce distributed in FY23
"Connecting with the participants and experiencing their evolution during the Cooking Matters program has been our favorite aspect of volunteering."
- Aamina and Rachel, Volunteers
Events and Campaigns
Presented by Kroger and held at the North Texas Food Bank’s Perot Family Campus in Plano, Empty Bowls provides bowl-friendly fare prepared by talented chefs and restaurants. Each guest will select a handcrafted bowl from a local artisan to serve as a reminder that not everyone’s bowl is full.
The North Texas Food Bank is excited to host the second annual Kids Camp!
Kids Camp is a day camp for children ages 8 – 11. The day camp will empower young people to understand and fight hunger in their neighborhood.