Food Pantry Hours:
Monday – Thursday (9 AM – 1 PM)
Reasons to Support the Community Food Bank
The Community Food Bank’s food pantry feeds an average of 600 families per day, 4 days a week. Folks come from all over North Texas because we specialize in fresh and frozen meats, produce, and dairy.
Hunger is a Real Problem in North Texas
It is tragic that 1 in 4 kids, right here in our community, go to bed hungry each night.
Hunger is Not Prejudiced
Hunger does not care about gender, race, color, religion, age, or disability.
We Serve with Dignity and Respect
We serve children, families, seniors, veterans, the homeless, and the working poor. Sadly, many grandmothers have a hard time feeding their grand and great grandkids because the parents are on drugs or in jail. Fixed incomes only goes so far; children are innocent and should never be hungry.
Please help by donating $25 or more to the Community Food Bank.
North Texas Giving Day is Thursday, September 20 from 6 AM to midnight.
Mark your Calendars
4th Annual Iron Chef Competition
October 18, 2018
Details coming soon
Feeding Families. Feeding Hope.
We are grateful to Dr. Lynda Mubarak for donating a portion of the sales from her new book, Maxine’s New Job, to the Community Food Bank! You can order Dr. Mubarak’s book at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Click on the video above for a preview of this new book followed by a few comments from Dr. Mubarak.