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The People Behind the Numbers

It is no secret that the current pandemic has left a devastating impact on individuals and families across the U.S. The effects of the COVID virus have left millions without...

Supporting Seniors Today and Always

May is Older Americans Month and a chance to show appreciation for the unique contributions of elders in our society. At the North Texas Food Bank, we recognize not only...

Joining the Fight Against Hunger

There are many stories to tell at the North Texas Food Bank ─ the compassion of its volunteers, the generosity of its community supporters, the commitment of its partner agencies,...

Food banks need Congress to help shorten lines with more SNAP funding

It has become a piece of COVID-19’s visual history: aerial photos of hundreds of cars lined up to receive help from food banks. Parking lots across the nation are covered...

NTFB Young Advocates

I joined the North Texas Food Bank’s Young Advocates Council the end of my sophomore year at John Paul II High School. Thanks to my family, I have grown up...

A calling to serve

The North Texas Food Bank’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has enabled my husband and I the opportunity to increase our volunteer efforts to battle the critical food shortages resulting...

A Day of Giving and Unity

The support we've received during this uncertain time, shows that kindness is stronger than this pandemic. As a partner and friend of the North Texas Food Bank, we thank you...

Celebrating our Hunger Heroes

The month of April is always joyous for me. That’s because April is National Volunteer Month, a time where we can celebrate the countless volunteers who help the Food Bank...

North Texans are making their mark

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the significance of Lulu May’s Mark, a larger than life sculpture designed and fabricated by Dallas sculptor Brad Oldham that welcomes visitors to...