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NTFB Legislative Priorities

The North Texas Food Bank continually works with local, state and federal officials to advance policies that address the complexities that can lead to hunger. Advocacy work is vital to...

Sprouting Hope: Tips for Starting a Garden in 2021

For many, 2021 could not come soon enough. The new year brings hope and vigor (along with masks and social distancing), so what better way to grow hope in our...

Speakers Bureau Shares the NTFB Story

As North Texas Food Bank’s Digital Communications Specialist, getting the word out about what we do is a big part of my role. One way we do this is through...

State Fair of Texas Donates $25,000 to NTFB

The year 2020 will be remembered for many things. It was a year that challenged us all — and while we couldn’t get together in traditional fashion, we found ways...

Donor Spotlight Q&A: Northway Christian Church

As we continue to reflect on 2020 while looking ahead to 2021, the North Texas Food Bank is incredibly grateful to the generous community of individual, organizations and corporate donors...

Four Ways to be a Hunger Fighter in 2021

While a new year brings a fresh start and renewed hope, we also know that the significant challenges our community (and the world) have faced this year will not magically...

Top 7 Healthy Food Items to Donate

As we come to a close on a challenging year, I am humbled by all of our generous donors who have continued to support the North Texas Food Bank in...

Reflections on an Extraordinary Year

NTFB President and CEO Trisha Cunningham When I sat down to write this blog, my first thought was, “Wow, how do you write just one post with reflections about a...

Brighten the Season at Candy Cane Lane

The day after Thanksgiving, my family made a goal to see as many Christmas lights as possible this holiday season. Every time we are in the car or just walking...