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Over the last two decades, Bank of America has donated more than $3 million, providing 9 million-plus meals to North Texans facing hunger. The most recent grant provides 150,000 meals...
The North Texas Food Bank celebrated the annual fundraiser with its first-ever 24-hour Volunteerathon. Volunteers at the North Texas Food Bank packed boxes for neighbors facing hunger for a full...
How North Texas Food Bank Program Coordinator Sam Smolen is working to eliminate child hunger. Sam Smolen is an unsung champion, tirelessly laboring as Program Coordinator at the North Texas...
The North Texas Food Bank and Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce partner to fight hunger during the inaugural Unidos 4 Hope campaign. Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 through Oct....
North Texas Food Bank and Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Partner to Fight Hunger During Hispanic Heritage Month
Unidos 4 Hope provides a way for companies to make a meaningful impact this Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. Sharing food has always been an important part of Hispanic heritage...
Many low-income families face obstacles when it comes to eating healthy foods. The North Texas Food Bank is raising awareness about those barriers on September 14, National Food is Medicine...
Local hunger assistance organizations are recognized for service. The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) recognized top partner organizations at a recent Partner Agency Summit at the Renaissance Hotel in Richardson. The awards...
A summer at the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) can change one's perspective, igniting a passion and understanding that lasts a lifetime. This is profoundly evident in the story of...
NTFB works tirelessly to ensure communities have access to the food and resources they need to thrive. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKjSBE_R6OA Everyone needs nutritious food to thrive. Yet tens of millions of people...