Senior Programs

Ensuring that seniors have access to nutritious foods that meet their health needs.

Serving Low-Income Seniors Throughout 13-Counties.

For the safety of staff and other visitors, you must follow the CDC guidelines of wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth as well as maintain 6 feet between yourself and others when visiting a CSFP (PAN) site.

The North Texas Food Bank directly partners with the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) to distribute a senior food box program called CSFP (Commodity Supplemental Food Program), locally known as PAN (People and Nutrition).  If eligible, a participant can receive a pre-packaged box of non-perishables once a month provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) at one of the multiple distribution sites. Each month, those who are 60 years and above can receive an estimated 35 lbs of USDA commodities in Dallas, Collin, Denton, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Fannin, Delta, Hopkins, Lamar, Grayson, Rockwall, and Navarro counties.


Who is eligible for CSFP (PAN)?

  • Must be 60 years or older
  • Must be resident of one of the 13 counties NTFB serves: Dallas, Collin, Denton, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Fannin, Delta, Hopkins, Lamar, Grayson, Rockwall, and Navarro counties
  • Must meet governmental income guidelines*

*Please contact the CSFP (PAN) Team office to see if you are income-eligible at (214) 367-3123 or

How do I sign up?

Those interested in enrolling must visit one of our distribution sites with the following information:

  • Photo ID (State issued ID, Driver’s license, or birth certificate)
  • Due to the income requirements, applicants must be familiar with their gross monthly income (If applicant recognizes multiple household members, must know all gross incomes combined)

CSFP Weekly Distribution Schedule

CSFP participants can pick up their PAN boxes at the locations below. Participants must bring their personal ID with their CSFP (PAN) ID card to receive their boxes. If a participant is unable to locate their CSFP (PAN) ID card, a new one can issued at a distribution. CSFP Participants can visit any distribution location, however, are only allowed to pick up one PAN box and one box of cheese per month. If a CSFP participant is unable to attend a distribution, they can send a proxy to pick up on their behalf using the CSFP (PAN) ID and the proxy's personal ID.

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CSFP (PAN) Locations

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