Qualifying for CSFP (PAN)

Sherman is a people person, and he doesn't even need to say anything to make that obvious. His big, warm smile is magnetic. His sneaky giggle is infectious. So, it's no surprise that Sherman is a retired school bus driver.

But despite a career dedicated to being an important part of kids' lives, Sherman has had trouble affording an important part of his life: food. That's because his low fixed income often isn't enough for him and his wife to afford the food they need. And on top of that, the couple lives 13 miles from the nearest town, so it's not easy for them to get food.

To help make ends meet, they visit a food pantry that receives food from the Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana, a member of the Feeding America network.

'We'd be hungry if it wasn't for this food,' Sherman said. 'We appreciate it very much.'

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 office to see if you are income-eligible.

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)