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Donor Spotlight Q&A: The Melville Family Foundation

In 2020, The North Texas Food Bank provided more than 118 million meals to North Texans experiencing hunger. This was 40 percent more meals than in 2019, demonstrating the significant impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had – and continues to have – on food insecurity. We are incredibly grateful to the generous individuals, organizations and…

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 to support each other and carry-on deep-rooted traditions in new, creative ways. The North Texas Food Bank is proud to announce the State Fair of…

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 who have allowed us to meet the elevated need of our neighbors experiencing hunger as a result of the financial impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.…

Giving Back During COVID-19: ReadingGlasses.com

For too many of those living in North Texas, COVID-19 has resulted in economic hardship and loss of employment. The global pandemic exasperated already existing hunger issues across our community. With unemployment numbers struggling to recover from near-record highs, we must come together as a community now more than ever. That is why ReadingGlasses.com has…

Thankful Series: Donors

This year will certainly be remembered for its challenges. But it will also be known for those who eased the burden for others and for the resiliency of our communities. As we approach Thanksgiving, we want to take the time to recognize and thank the many North Texas Food Bank partners who are critical in carrying…

Ebby Halliday Companies Fight Hunger: 75K for 75 Years

Considered one of the most successful businesswomen in Texas, Ebby Halliday left a mark not only as a pioneer in Dallas residential real estate industry, but as a philanthropist who believed in giving back to the communities her company served. This commitment to, in her words, “do something for someone every day,” is still very…

Local Artists Find Inspiration in Giving Back

The North Texas Food Bank is honored to be the recipient of so many creative and innovative ways of giving back since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially during the holiday season. This includes two local visual artists who are using their talents to create pieces of art that not only inspire with their…

First-Time Corporate Donor Focuses on Pandemic Hunger Needs

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the North Texas Food Bank was able to quickly pivot our business model, volunteer operations and distribution process to adjust to the new reality and ensure there was no disruption for our neighbors experiencing hunger. This was a significant undertaking and it would simply not have been possible without the…

Company Reconstructs Canstruction Involvement

Canstruction, an annual design and build event of giant canned food structures – “cansculptures” – benefiting the North Texas Food Bank, is getting its own re-design this year. Due to the pandemic, the campaign has gone virtual, encouraging participants to fundraise online. This means missing are the creative food canstructures normally displayed during September in…

HungerMitao Raises over 3 Million Meals for NTFB Since Pandemic

The name translates to “wipe out hunger” and it is the mission of the Indian American HungerMitao movement to do just that. Through its financial and volunteer support of the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) and other food banks across the country, HungerMitao raises awareness and encourages action towards hunger relief among Indian diaspora in…