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The Frontlines of Fighting Hunger

As the sun begins to rise in North Texas, there is a child waking up with a rumbling stomach who may not have had a meal since her school lunch...
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Kiss Hunger Goodbye

Calling all couples! Pucker up and join Jingle Bell Mistletoe on Sunday, December 2nd, at Klyde Warren Park to be part of a Guinness World Records attempt to "kiss hunger goodbye." $25 entry...
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The Kids of Jingle Bell Mistletoe Win BIG

The Mistlecrew post alongside event emcee Scott Murray at the 2018 The Greater Dallas Chapter of Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Awards Stella, Quinn, Trevor and Isabella, more commonly known...
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Welcoming Brad Stewart to the North Texas Food Bank Family

There are a lot of exciting changes at the North Texas Food Bank: including opening the doors of our beautiful new Perot Family Campus in Plano! As we look to...
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Hunger Mitao!

With a rally cry of “Hunger Mitao” (Mitao = Wipe-out) and an ambitious campaign titled “Million Meal March”, the Indian American Council (IAC) for North Texas Food Bank launched on...
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ICYMI: NTFB is Moving to Plano!

September is going to be a busy time for the North Texas Food Bank! With special events revolving around the opening of our new Distribution Center, the Perot Family Campus,...
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Remembering Jan Pruitt

Dear Friends, One year ago today, the North Texas community lost a leader and innovator. Jan Pruitt served as the Food Bank’s President and CEO for nearly 20 years. Like many...
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Summer Food Ignites Summer Smiles

He tears through the cardboard box, pulling out a handmade “rooster” wrap, pico and a little baggie containing fresh, sliced tomato. The four-year-old looks up at me with wide eyes...
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