Find a Food Pantry Near You
If you or someone you know is seeking food assistance, use our agency finder below to find a food pantry near you. Please call 214-330-1396 if you need SNAP Assistance. Important: When you find an agency that interests you, we encourage you to contact them prior to visiting them to confirm their service hours and other information.
Can't find a food pantry that works for you? View our Mobile Food Distribution schedule.
Mobile Food Distribution Schedule
There's no need to register for any of the food distributions listed, it is first come first served.
NTFB food distribution participants are requested to give their name, share their family size, and provide zip code where their family resides to receive food. No proof is necessary.
Drive-Thru Distributions (Indicated by Car)
Fresh Route Distributions (Indicated by Carrot)
Neighbors are encouraged to bring their own carts and baskets to help carry their food if they can.
Food Assistance and SNAP FAQs
A food bank is a non-profit that safely stores millions of pounds of food that will soon be delivered to local food programs, like a food pantry. The food stored by food banks is donated from local neighbors, retailers, grocery stores, and restaurants.
A food pantry is a distribution center where hungry families can receive food. Supplied with food from a food bank, pantries feed hundreds of people per week! Because every community is different, there are many different types of pantries.
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