With the dramatic increase in need due to COVID-19, we are thankful for the additional support from our community to help ensure families have food on the table during this challenging time.
After losing her job due to the pandemic, single mom struggles to provide for her family after exhausting savings. With help from her local pantry, she can nourish her kids, just in time for school.
Like many Central Texans affected by the pandemic, Joe's family has been struggling to make ends meet and provide nourishing meals for their son.
Our staff has been working around the clock to help feed families in need during the pandemic. We're so grateful for all the ways our community has shown us their appreciation.
When Maria and her husband lost their jobs, the family turned to the Food Bank to provide nourishing meals for their two growing boys.
This summer, we're providing free, weekly meal packs to children ages 18 and under. Stop by a participating site for breakfast and lunch for the entire week.
COVID-19 has affected Central Texans and more families than ever are turning to the Food Bank. By adapting our operations, we are able to serve those who need it most.
Otis is a U.S. Navy veteran who lives on a fixed income and struggles to make ends meet. With unexpected expenses, Otis relies on the Food Bank to keep his pantry stocked.
The Food Bank's Healthy Options Program for the Elderly provides nourishing meals to adults 55 and older, helping keep our most vulnerable neighbors safe during COVID-19.
May is Older Americans Month and we're proud to distribute more senior food boxes and adapt our distribution model to ensure the safety of our most vulnerable neighbors during COVID-19.