Giving Thanks: NTFB Supporters

What does it mean to be grateful? The word gratitude is derived from the Latin word “gratia,” which means grace, graciousness, or gratefulness. Living your life with gratitude means choosing to focus your time and attention on what you appreciate. As I reflect on the work that I do at the Food Bank and what I…

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14th Annual Golden Fork Awards

The North Texas Food Bank could not carry out its mission of bridging the hunger gap in our region without the partners and relationships we have in the community. While we feel this gratitude every single day, we like to pause each year to recognize our most passionate supporters through the Golden Fork Awards. For…

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Donor Spotlight Q&A: NTT DATA

The North Texas Food Bank is incredibly grateful for the generous individuals, organizations and corporations who have allowed us to meet the elevated need of the North Texas community during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these donors have supported hunger relief since before the pandemic and remain vital partners of NTFB as…

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Donor Spotlight Q&A: Cottonwood Creek Church

The North Texas Food Bank is incredibly grateful for the generous individuals, organizations and corporations who have allowed us to meet the elevated need of the North Texas community during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these donors have supported hunger relief since before the pandemic and remain vital partners of NTFB as…

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HungerMitao Month 2021

August, the month of India’s Independence, is now well known as HungerMitao (independence from hunger) Month Food Drive! This year, due to the alarming increase of COVID-19 Delta variant, the North Texas based Indian American community pivoted to a “Funds for Food Drive” benefiting the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). Launched at NTFB in 2017…

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Introducing Nihao – Food Bank Initiative

The North Texas Food Bank is excited to welcome one of its newest partnerships in the fight against hunger, the Nihao – Food Bank Initiative. Nihao – Food Bank Initiative is a Chinese American, volunteer-driven grassroots movement. Its goal is to raise awareness about hunger in North Texas, improve community engagement among the Chinese American…

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Innovative Partnerships Help NTFB Meet the Needs of North Texas

The North Texas Food Bank has been serving the hunger needs of North Texas for 40 years. And while the hunger landscape has changed over the years, one constant has been the importance of community partnerships and collaboration that make our work not just possible, but more impactful. In the recent third installment of an…

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Donor Spotlight Q&A: National Life Group

The North Texas Food Bank is incredibly grateful for the generous individuals, organizations and corporations who have allowed us to meet the elevated need of the North Texas community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these donors have supported hunger relief since before the pandemic and remain critical partners of NTFB as we help our…

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Area Sports Organizations Score Big for Hunger Relief

While sporting events have looked different since the onset of COVID-19, they have continued to provide comfort, enjoyment and connection over this last year. But the contributions of professional sports teams, athletes and their foundations have offered more than just entertainment; they have helped support the North Texas community through their charitable efforts as our…

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