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Community Food Bank | 3000 Galvez Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76111 | (817) 924-3333

Dr. Joe King gives back to Midland, TX

We are thankful to Dr. Joe King from King-Car Pet Center in Midland, TX, for making the 4-hour trip to the Community Food Bank to pick up food for families in his community who were without food during the recent snow storm that slammed the Lone Star state. Below are some of the touching thank you notes sent to us and Dr. King. We are blessed to be a blessing,…

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A Heart-Felt Thank You Letter

Dear Community Food Bank, During my time of adversity you displayed the heart of pure goodness and effective leadership. You give real food, during the holidays. You give with all the sides to make a real Thanksgiving or Holiday Feast. I felt the genuine generosity! There was so much cheer, that day, winter 2013! You did not make me feel like little, dirty, or “less than,” for coming to ask…

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Spay Neuter Network Services

Charlee Vance and Sarah Ozuna from the Spay Neuter Network visit the Community Food Bank twice a week to offer their organization's pet services to our clients.  According to Sarah, "Our program is free to anyone living in the city of Fort Worth as long as they are residents. Cats and dogs are free. We will also microchip them and rabbis vaccinate them as part of the package." Charlee mentioned…

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Hope Fort Worth

When Hope Fort Worth learned about a family that was about to have their kids taken away from the home because their house was too hot, they reached out to us to see if we had an air conditioner that we could donate. Thankfully, we did! A member of Hope Fort Worth's board shared, "The Community Food Bank has done a wonderful thing here because we are trying to keep…

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Volunteer Profile: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

During these COVID-19 days, the Community Food Bank is more grateful than ever for the teams of volunteers who serve on our food pantry line. On Wednesday of this week, a church group played a significant role in helping us feed families and feed hope. We had the opportunity to interview two elders who are missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Elder John (left), who…

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Roof Repairs

Significant repairs to the Community Food Bank's roof are underway all this week. The much-needed reroofing is being done by Sanchez & Son Roofing, which has been installing new roofs on North Texas homes and businesses for over 20 years. Max, the son in Sanchez & Son shared the following description of the roofing project: "We are doing a full tear-off and reinstall of TPO roofing. Right now, it has…

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Volunteer Profile: Texas Rangers & Amazon

Thanks to both the Texas Rangers and our regular team from Amazon for serving our clients on both of the food lines we had running today at the Community Food Bank. In addition to our regular food pantry line, we also had a line of USDA food products delivered by the Tarrant Area Food Bank, which happens on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Bethany Holuv, the Assistant for the…

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Volunteer Profile: All Saints’ Episcopal School

Thank you to the faculty and staff of the All Saints' Episcopal School for spending a hot afternoon sorting through school supplies at the Community Food Bank. James Venhaus, chairman of the Fine Arts Department, shared about the school's day of service: "We came up with the idea a few years ago that in addition to school in-service we should do out-service and get out into the community and do…

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Volunteer Profile: Pacific Dental Services

Thank you to Pacific Dental Services (PDS) for bringing 15 volunteers to the Community Food Bank on Saturday, August 17.  Their service was part of the company's Smile Generation Service Day. Tammy Spicer is the Cash & Treasury Manager for PDS, where she has been employed for 13 years. She shared, "We have a serve day every year in which dental offices give back and do pro bono dentistry work.…

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School Supply Giveaway

The Community Food Bank hosted its annual School Supplies Giveaway on Saturday, August 10. Rev. Karen Harris, the Community Food Bank's Executive Coordinator shared the following about the event: "Today, the Community Food Bank is passing out school supplies to parents who preregistered prior to today. We are glad to say that this year we are using supplies from the Fort Worth ISD list of school supplies and are able to…

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At the Community Food Bank, we are simply people serving people, and that means all people. We serve all individuals and families without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or sexual identity. Diversity, equity and inclusion is at the core of what we do, serving our community and our employees. Our commitment to these values is unwavering and central to our mission and to our impact.
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