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Developing Future Hunger Fighters

The North Texas Food Bank’s mission is to bridge the hunger gap in North Texas by providing access to nutritious foods. While we would love for the day to come...

13th Annual Golden Fork Awards

We often say that the North Texas Food Bank could not carry out its mission of bridging the hunger gap in our region without the partners and relationships we have...

Three Ways to Plan Your Virtual Run

During the weekend of Oct. 23-25, North Texans will have the opportunity to strap on their running (or walking) shoes and help the North Texas Food Bank provide nutritious meals...

Fall Recipe: Baked Spaghetti Squash with Spinach

Depending on where you live, it does not always feel like fall when the calendar says it should. Despite the first official day of the season happening in September, here...

Partner Agency Spotlight: Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way the North Texas Food Bank and its more than 200 Partner Agencies connect with and distribute meals to their clients. To showcase the...

Food Security 2020: Crisis and Sustainability

The North Texas Food Bank recently hosted a virtual meeting on Food Security: Crisis and Sustainability to discuss and answer questions from NTFB supporters. Director of Government Relations, Dr. Valerie...

First-Time Corporate Donor Focuses on Pandemic Hunger Needs

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the North Texas Food Bank was able to quickly pivot our business model, volunteer operations and distribution process to adjust to the new reality and...

Record-Breaking North Texas Giving Day!

North Texas Giving Day 2020 was a historic day for the North Texas Food Bank – and we have YOU to thank. Because of YOU, our amazing and compassionate supporters,...

Why Peanut Butter?

Since 2014, the North Texas Food Bank has championed an annual campaign asking the public to donate plastic jars of peanut butter to help feed hungry children and their families....