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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....

Company Reconstructs Canstruction Involvement

Canstruction, an annual design and build event of giant canned food structures – “cansculptures” – benefiting the North Texas Food Bank, is getting its own re-design this year. Due to...

HungerMitao Raises over 3 Million Meals for NTFB Since Pandemic

The name translates to “wipe out hunger” and it is the mission of the Indian American HungerMitao movement to do just that. Through its financial and volunteer support of the...

Celebrate Grandparents Day with Food Bank Client, Staffer and Grandmother: Cynthia

It takes a village, they say, to raise a family. And an integral part of this village for many households are grandparents. As we honor them on Sept. 13 for...

Debunking Six Misconceptions of Hunger Assistance

This September, as part of Hunger Action Month, we are asking the community to join us in the fight against hunger. An important part of being a hunger warrior is...

The Do’s and Don’ts of Donating to Food Banks

This blog was adapted from a post from Feeding America, originally written by Paul Morello on June 11, 2020. The first Friday in September is National Food Bank Day, a...

Five Ways to Support Hunger Action Month in North Texas

This September, YOU can be the difference for thousands of North Texans experiencing hunger. Starting today, the North Texas Food Bank joins Feeding America food banks across the country to...

Wash, Rinse, Give, Repeat

This summer is not what anyone expected. Many of the usual plans and activities were not available, especially for teenagers. But it was also a summer that offered the opportunity...