Central Texas Food Bank COVID-19 response
Learn more about how we’re mobilizing to meet the needs of our community.
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month, and this year we have more to celebrate than ever.

The Central Texas Food Bank is actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Learn more about how we’re mobilizing to meet the needs of our community.

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May 05

Food Bank Helps Senior Couple Stretch Budget for Health Expenses

Arlene and her husband are retired, but they worked part-time to stretch their budget. The pandemic caused them to lose their jobs, making it difficult to get the medical care they need. Thanks to the Food Bank, they can save on groceries to help them meet their basic needs.

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Apr 29

Food Bank Volunteer Spotlight: Kathy!

Kathy is one of our amazing administrative volunteers. She works behind the scenes helping us thank and mail information to our supporters on time. Thank you, Kathy, for your incredible dedication!

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Apr 23

Volunteers Make a Difference in our Garden and Kitchen

Whether volunteers help prepare kids' meals in the kitchen or help harvest produce in our garden, we are thankful for all their to make our mission possible.

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Apr 15

Food Bank Volunteer Spotlight: Abby!

Abby began volunteering regularly in our warehouse when the pandemic began. But she wanted to do more. Now she is one of our Volunteer Leaders and has donated hundreds of hours to help fight hunger.

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