Capacity Building Grants Help Partners Expand Impact

In 2015, as part of NTFB’s 10-year strategic plan to close the meal gap in North Texas, NTFB raised funding to invest in expansion for our 200+ Partner Agencies. Since that time, we have been able to assist agencies within our Feeding Network to build out large scale pantries and purchase capital assets in order…

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Giving Thanks: Partner Gardens

The North Texas Food Bank is known as a hunger-fighter in Dallas and across our country, as images of lines of cars to receive food boxes in North Texas were shown on national news broadcasts at the onset of the pandemic. An image that wasn’t shown is of a garden, 13 gardens to be exact,…

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NTFB Recognizes Partner Agency Growth Champions

The North Texas Food Bank is honored to work alongside more than 200 Partner Agencies in its Feeding Network in the fight against hunger in North Texas. Across 13 counties, these organizations help their neighbors access food and other critical resources every day with compassion, dignity, and kindness. NTFB recently recognized three members of its…

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Partner Profile: Renovacion Iglesia Del Nazareno

Each year from September 15 to October 15 Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing and celebrating the history and contributions of those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.  The North Texas Food Bank is proudly celebrating Hispanic individuals and groups who do tremendous work to help…

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Partner Agency Spotlight: Lamar County Food Pantry

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in spring 2020, the Lamar County Food Pantry sprang into action, ensuring its warehouse was stocked with food to handle the crisis response amidst the dwindling supplies at grocery stores. But providing nutritious food was only part of what the pantry – known locally as the Downtown Food Pantry –…

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New Partner Agency Addresses College Hunger

College campuses are cornerstones in our society for learning, development, and personal and professional growth. But students cannot do this on an empty stomach, and community colleges and universities are sadly not immune to the daily struggles of hunger and food insecurity that so many of our neighbors face. The North Texas Food Bank is…

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Partner Agency Spotlight: Dr. Cheryl Jackson, Minnie’s Food Pantry

This Black History Month, the North Texas Food Bank is proudly celebrating Black individuals and groups who do tremendous work to help us in our fight against hunger. This includes financial supporters, volunteers, staff, and our Partner Agencies, who we work alongside with to ensure that we provide nutritious food to those who need it…

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Thankful Series: Partner Agencies

This year will certainly be remembered for its challenges. But it will also be known for those who eased the burden for others and for the resiliency of our communities. As we approach Thanksgiving, we want to take the time to recognize and thank the many North Texas Food Bank partners who are critical in carrying…

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Partner Agency Spotlight: Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way the North Texas Food Bank and its more than 200 Partner Agencies connect with and distribute meals to their clients. To showcase the phenomenal work of our Partner Agencies in the face of so much change and adversity, we launched a special blog series to highlight organizations across…

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Partner Agency Spotlight: Metrocrest Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way the North Texas Food Bank and its more than 200 Partner Agencies connect with and distribute meals to their clients. To showcase the phenomenal work of our Partner Agencies in the face of so much change and adversity, we are launching a special blog series to highlight organizations…

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