The Food Bank has partnered with Amazon and Austin Public Health Neighborhood Sevices to launch a home delivery program to help increase food access to Central Texans facing barriers to attending in-person food distributions.
Irene lost her job during the pandemic and her family has been struggling to make ends meet. With less income and her children at home for the summer, it has been even tougher. Thanks to the Food Bank's food distributions, her kids can enjoy nourishing meals so they can enjoy their summer break.
Blanca and her husband both work, but the pandemic has strained their budget to the brink. With the kids at home for the summer, Blanca is grateful for the food she receives from the Food Bank to nourish her kids and save money at the store.
91-year-old Janet lives on a fixed income, but sometimes it's not enough. For more than a decade, she has turned to her local pantry for healthy, nourishing meals. We're proud to serve seniors like Janet!
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.