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Start a Focused Food Drive to Support the NTFB

The Food Bank depends on donations of food from retail partners, as well as the public, to stock the shelves of our Feeding Network. As the Senior Manager of Food...

How NTFB Partner Agencies are Helping our Neighbors Through COVID-19

The North Texas Food Bank is keeping in close contact with our network of more than 200 Partner Agencies during this unprecedented time of uncertainty. As the Director of Community...

Feeding the Homeless During Covid-19

For the North Texas Food Bank, ensuring our hungry neighbors are fed is a top priority. This is especially true for one of our most vulnerable populations- the substantial homeless...

NTFB is Here for North Texas

As during any time of uncertainty, we turn to the things we know to find comfort. For many, this may include family, home and faith. For others, it may include...

21st Annual Empty Bowls Recap

800,000 North Texans live in food-insecure households – this means there are thousands of children, seniors and families who go to bed every night not knowing how they will eat...

Southwest Regional Food Bank Conference

An Education in Fighting Hunger Members of the NTFB External Affairs team at the Southwest Regional Food Bank conference. L-R: Marcus Baker, Valerie Hawthorne, Zahra Perez, Danielle Pestel and Cody...

FY20: The Year of Community

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-cmIQtyMuY While most celebrated the New Year just a few days ago, at the North Texas Food Bank, we welcomed our new (fiscal) year on July 1. With the start...

A Recipe to Fill More Bowls

An empty bowl. So many of our North Texas neighbors find their bowls, and their stomachs, void of nourishing food on a regular basis. Way too many of them. More...

Hunger During the Holidays

Last year, Ralph received food for a holiday meal from a food pantry within the Food Bank’s Feeding Network of Partner Agencies. No one wants to spend Christmas night, or...