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Thank you to our Amazon Volunteers!

Porsha Payne, the general manager to the executive assistant at Amazon in the Alliance area of Fort Worth shared that Amazon Cares brings anywhere from 10-15 people to the Community Food Bank. The group comes every month to assist with serving the hungry in our community. Thank you, Amazon, for your faithful assistance!

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Thank you to our Trinity Valley School Volunteers!

We are thankful to the students, teachers, and staff from Trinity Valley School who spent several hours serving at the Community Food Bank today. Paul Price, head of the science department, shared: "Every year, we do an annual day of service. We have been to the food bank and Don't Forget to Feed Me every year since we have started our formal day of service, and this is our 4th year. We also have…

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Thank you to our Walmart Volunteers!

Two teams from Walmart locations in Hurst and Keller volunteered at the Community Food Bank on Wednesday, April 4. While this was the first time serving at our facility, these volunteers were no stranger to community service. Donna Scott from the Neighborhood Market in Keller shared that she was in her element to serve the hungry who were coming through the food line that morning. "I buy things on clearance…

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Thank you to our Sid Richardson Foundation Volunteers!

The Community Food Bank touches so many lives and feeds so many kids, adults, and families. We're just proud to be a part of what they do.  Pete Geren   Pete Geren, president of the Sid Richardson Foundation, led his staff in two days of volunteer work at the Community Food Bank on February 28 and March 1, 2018. The group assembled care packages including items such as toothbrushes, bath…

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Pizza Across America

On February 9, The Community Food Bank was honored to be served 10 boxes of hot, delicious pizzas from the following two local pizzerias as part of the Pizza Across America event: Pizza Buzz and Big O's To Go Pizzas (see the maps below for directions). Pizza Across America is an event put on by the organization, Slice Out Hunger. According to their website, "Slice Out Hunger has raised nearly…

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A Visit from Minnie’s Food Pantry

Lynette Wellington (right), Director of the Minnie's Food Pantry in Plano, stopped by the Community Food Bank along with a couple of their employees to tour our facility, chat about serving the needy in north Texas, and to pick up a few palettes of food boxes for clients in their area. "It's an honor to be here today at the Community Food Bank. I serve in Collin County, and it is…

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2018 Event Calendar

Have you wondered about when Community Food Bank events will take place in 2018? Well, here is our event calendar to help you keep track of our special dates. Highlights for this year will include our 4th annual Iron Chef Competition in addition to our traditional holiday food distribution days for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. Other events will be added throughout the year. Thank you again for your participation in…

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January Newsletter

Did you know that the Community Food Bank publishes a monthly newsletter? It's true! Just click on the left button below to check out the January newsletter. (If you don't see that button, then click "read more.") This expanded version covers the events of the past three months with special coverage of our community's generosity during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons. You can also subscribe to the newsletter via…

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Thank you to our community volunteers who came out to serve yesterday on the 32nd observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Our TCU volunteers included the Beta Mu Omega Chapter of AKA (sorority) and the Alpha Phi Omega chapter (fraternity). We also had 50 workers from the Tarrant Churches Together who helped as part of their MLK Day of Service. As Dr. King stated, “Everybody can be great...because anybody can serve. You don't…

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Nutritious Snack Paradise Boxes

We are so thankful for our donors for providing 25,000 of these Nutritious Snack Paradise food boxes to local children during this holiday break! While the break is welcome, it also means that thousands of kids will go without the food they would normally get at school. Thankfully, many students in the Fort Worth, White Settlement, and Everman districts can pick up these boxes at their schools during the break.

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