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NTFB Thanks Supporters at Taste of the Cowboys Virtual Event
When we had to re-imagine the way the North Texas Food Bank distributes food in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, generous supporters came forward to make it possible for...
Remembering a True Hunger Fighter—Ms. Mary
Ms. Mary with former Dallas Cowboys player, Preston Pearson, after she was awarded the Mike Snider Volunteer of the Year Award in 2016. Mary, or Ms. Mary as we always...
NTFB Achieves Historic Milestone
“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller This past week has been thrilling for the team at the North Texas Food Bank...
Partner Agency Spotlight: Good Samaritans of Garland
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...
Crisis Sparks Creative Giving
When North Texans were sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic, they found innovative ways to stay busy. For some, this meant taking their unique talents and skills out into...
Partner Agencies Utilize Grant Funds to Adapt Services
Across the 13 counties and the 400+ partner agencies who depend on the North Texas Food Bank to provide for their clients, the increased demand during the COVID-19 pandemic has...
Partner Agency Spotlight: Amazing Grace Food Pantry
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 its clients. To showcase the...
A Heartfelt Thanks
The COVID-19 crisis has produced many heroes. The doctors and nurses risking their own health to provide life-saving care. Grocery store clerks putting themselves in harm’s way to ensure customers...
A Message To The Community
There has never been a more important time in our history to reject racism and oppression by coming together as a society in solidarity. The North Texas Food Bank condemns...