Helping us serve your community can help your business. Together we can engage your employees, support your philanthropic goals and make Central Texas an even better place to live, work and play.
Thanks to generous matching gifts from an anonymous donor, and the Gates and Stumberg families, every $10 donated will help provide 120 meals for our Central Texas neighbors.
Motivate and build teamwork while giving back to your community. We offer volunteer opportunities for workplace groups large and small and can accommodate groups of up to 60. Learn more.
Retail grocers, food manufacturers, growers and food distributors have a cost-effective way to manage un-salable food and non-food items by donating to the Food Bank. All donations are tracked using a coding system for product recall management and to ensure your donation does not re-enter the marketplace. Our warehouse and truck fleet can safely handle the transportation and storage of frozen, refrigerated and shelf-stable products. We follow Feeding America and Texas Department of Health safety standards. All drivers are Department of Transportation certified. Contact us about making a donation.
Liability Protection: The Federal Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act protects you from civil and criminal liability. President Bill Clinton signed this act on October 1, 1996, to encourage donation of food and grocery products to nonprofit organizations for distribution to individuals in need. This law:
What should I donate?
We accept cases, pallets and truckloads of most food and non-food items with intact, first-use, consumer or commercial packaging.
Your gifts may be used to expand the capacity of our partner agencies, allowing them to invest their funds and energy into programs and services for their clients. We are happy to accept your in-kind donations including: