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Donor Spotlight Q&A: Cottonwood Creek Church

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...

Growing a Salad Garden

Though September is still hot, it is actually time to start planting the fall garden outdoors by seed. Cooler months are when leafy greens and root crops thrive. In other...

Peanut Butter Drive Keeps on Growing

It’s that time again! You know what we’re talking about, school is back in session, the Texas State Fair is fast approaching, the seasons are changing, and of course, the...

NTFB Launches Historic and Transformative Campaign

If we want to make a lasting impact in the fight against hunger, we must do more than provide food. We must think boldly and act with a renewed sense...

Grandparents Day Client Spotlight: Food Assistance Helps Lisa Take Care of Three Generations

Today is National Grandparents Day, an opportunity to recognize the grandmothers and grandfathers in our lives, as well as all members of the older generations, who make families so special....

Feed the Need at the State Fair!

We are just two weeks out from the return of the iconic State Fair of Texas! After turning into a drive-thru event last year, Big Tex will one again be...

Expanded Tax Credit is Reducing Child Hunger – But It Can Do Much More

Last week, Congress voted to proceed on a transformative bill that would, among other things, keep a potent new weapon in the fight against child hunger. The expanded Child Tax...

Support Hunger Action Month

This September, you can choose to make a difference for thousands of North Texans experiencing hunger.   Starting today, the North Texas Food Bank joins Feeding America food banks across...

CANstruction Returns!

CANstruction, an annual design and build event of giant canned food structures – “cansculptures” – benefiting the North Texas Food Bank is back on display this year after going virtual...