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A New Fiscal Year, A New Vision

Many words have joined our everyday vocabulary in the last 18 months to describe the times we were living through. Unprecedented. Historic. Extraordinary. Uncertain. And while these are all true,...

Harvest Signature Event Returns with New Look

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

Introducing Nihao – Food Bank Initiative

The North Texas Food Bank is excited to welcome one of its newest partnerships in the fight against hunger, the Nihao – Food Bank Initiative. Nihao – Food Bank Initiative...

Partner Garden Spotlight: Community Harvest Garden

Fighting hunger has many hidden heroes and contributors who help ensure our community is fed with nutritious food and produce. This includes NTFB’s Partner Garden program, where community gardens around...

Partner Agency Spotlight: Lamar County Food Pantry

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in spring 2020, the Lamar County Food Pantry sprang into action, ensuring its warehouse was stocked with food to handle the crisis response amidst the...

Innovative Partnerships Help NTFB Meet the Needs of North Texas

The North Texas Food Bank has been serving the hunger needs of North Texas for 40 years. And while the hunger landscape has changed over the years, one constant has...

Summer Recipe: Rainbow Smoothie

June is the official start of summer and the heat, longer days, swimming, and more heat are definitely upon us! And nothing goes better with a day outside in the...

New SNAP Law Marks End of the 87th Texas Legislative Session

On May 31, 2021, the 87th Texas Legislature session came to an end. During this meeting, law makers, advocates, lobbyists, and the public developed and worked on pieces of legislation...

Donor Spotlight Q&A: National Life Group

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