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NTFB is Here for Neighbors During Omicron Surge

The start of 2022 has been challenging for everyone as we battle yet another surge of COVID-19 cases with the Omicron variant. We know any disruptions to society, including missing...

Donor Spotlight Q&A: Rent-A-Center

The North Texas Food Bank is incredibly grateful for the generous individuals, organizations and corporations who have allowed us to meet the continued elevated need of the North Texas community....

NTFB Founders and Hunger Leaders Mark the Return of Harvest Event

This winter, the North Texas Food Bank is excited to welcome back one of its signature and beloved events, Harvest, after canceling last year’s fundraiser due to COVID-19. Harvest returns...

Welcome to 2022!

Happy New Year! I hope you and your loved ones had a wonderful holiday season and are heading into 2022 feeling rested and rejuvenated. NTFB President and CEO Trisha Cunningham...

Neighbor Spotlight: Meet Kiea

Holidays are about togetherness, and for Kiea, family is everything. She is grateful for the daily conversations she has with her family members who are located “from the tip of...

Five Ways to Support Hunger Relief This Holiday Season

Holiday wish lists often look different when you are facing hunger. Along with full stockings, we want our neighbors in need to have full pantries. And meals at the kitchen...

How to Give Back with Amazon Smile

With the holiday season officially upon us, online shopping is sure to be a popular destination for purchasing gifts for friends and family. If you are utilizing Amazon for holiday...

Giving Thanks: NTFB Supporters

What does it mean to be grateful? The word gratitude is derived from the Latin word "gratia," which means grace, graciousness, or gratefulness. Living your life with gratitude means choosing to...

Giving Thanks: Volunteers

We often say that volunteers are the “help behind the hope” of the North Texas Food Bank, and I have the pleasure of witnessing this with every volunteer shift. It...