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What is Network Engagement Services (NES)?

The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is committed to empowering partners in our diverse feeding network to achieve their missions of meeting urgent needs and creating lasting change in their communities. Through Network Engagement Services (NES), NTFB will support Agency Partners' sustainability and growth based on their unique needs and objectives. It’s comprised of collaborative and engaging opportunities accessible to the entire network, provides additional resources, and reduces barriers to education and learning.

Who should participate in NES?

Our services are geared toward agency staff in executive leadership, fundraising, marketing, advocacy, and volunteer management roles. NTFB will enhance collaboration, learning, and growth among partners through trainings, resources, in-person and virtual discussions, and toolkits/newsletters that will be distributed via email or our learning platform, Agency University. To learn more, just keep scrolling!

Learning Opportunities with NES:

  • Virtual Media Panel: 1/10/24
  • Next PVN Meeting: 1/16/24 
  • Grants Workshop: February (TBD)
  • Money Talks! Webinar - Diversifying Your Donor Base: 2/29/24

If you are interested in participating in the above, please contact NES Manager, Kennedy Bower, at kennedy.bower@ntfb.org for more information.

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Read NES Testimonials From Our Agency Partners!

Agency Spotlight: Metrocrest Services!

We are excited to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Metrocrest Services for the successful completion of their campaign and the construction of their new facility. Although the team transitioned to their new location a few months ago, Metrocrest staff and supporters recently commemorated this achievement with a grand opening event held on August 17th.

During the inaugural year of NES, Tracy Eubanks, the CEO of Metrocrest Services, played a pivotal role in facilitating a webinar designed to empower partners interested in becoming more effective advocates. Over the past five years, Tracy has diligently nurtured these connections with local, state, and federal officials, transforming these relationships into valuable funding opportunities.

If you're interested in learning more about Metrocrest's advocacy strategies and how you can participate or become an advocate for your community, recordings of our Advocacy webinars are available on Agency University.