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North Texas Giving Day – Thursday, September 19

What can you do with $1? At the North Texas Food Bank, $1 provides access to three nutritious meals to hungry neighbors in our community. Currently almost 800,000 of our North Texas neighbors are food-insecure – meaning they do not know where they will find their next healthy meal. So $1 could ensure one more…

Canstruction 2019 – Heroes Against Hunger

A friendly competition with a mission to feed food-insecure neighbors, Canstruction features fanciful displays made entirely of canned goods. These cansculptures not only help spread critical awareness surrounding the issue of hunger but once deconstructed, will help fill cupboards and pantries throughout North Texas. Starting Saturday, September 7 through Sunday, September 22, giant canned food…

Hunger Mitao!

When long-time community advocates Raj and Aradhana “Anna” Asava learned that far too many of their North Texas neighbors are food insecure and do not know where they will find their next meal, the couple got to work co-founding the Indian-American Council for the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB-IAC). With a campaign goal to raise…

Fueling Students for Success

During the final days of summer break, school supplies fill the shelves at local retailers that not too long ago displayed pool floats and sunscreen. With back-to-school preparations in full swing, students collect pencils, notebooks and other items that help equip them for a successful school year. While school supplies certainly are the tools of…

Dine Out and Donate

The 22nd annual DFW Restaurant Week, presented by Your Metroplex Cadillac Dealers, officially kicks off today! More than 150 of our communities’ finest restaurants are participating, each donating proceeds to the North Texas Food Bank and Lena Pope. Dining out never tasted better! Starting today, Monday, August 5, participating restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe…

NTFB Partner, Varidesk Wins Big at DCEO Magazine Nonprofit Awards

Almost one year has passed since the North Texas Food Bank opened the doors of our Perot Family Campus in Plano. Since that time, the organization has seen a tremendous amount of positive change including hosting more than 41,000 volunteers at our new home. This exciting time would not be possible without the in-kind support…

More than Food on the Table: Stories from NTFB’s Fall Newsletter

Here is some food for thought: providing food-insecure neighbors with access to reliable, nutritious food is an investment in human potential. In the fall issue of Around the Table, the North Texas Food Bank’s quarterly print and online newsletter, you’ll learn how your support has nourished and inspired Juani, Daniela, Gisela and many others. Juani…