It's amazing to see our regular volunteers and new volunteers working together to help us meet the increased demand during the COVID-19 crisis. We're so grateful for everything our volunteers do to fight hunger.
Like many Central Texans affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Alonso turned to the Food Bank for help for the first time.
Kelly is a familiar face at the Food Bank. These past few weeks, she has stepped up to volunteer in our warehouse and at our Mobile Food Pantry distribution in San Saba.
April is Volunteer Appreciation Month and we can't thank our volunteers enough for helping us feed families in need each day.
With more families accessing our services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Food Bank is stretched to its limit. How can you help?
As part of National Nutrition Month, our nutrition education team shares some tips on what to look for at the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Need help with meals for your kids? Schools may be closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but kids can still get grab and go meals in their district.
With help from the Food Bank's Nutrition Education Classes, students learn how to make healthier choices at mealtimes.
The Food Bank is a 501(c)(3) organization, which means your charity donations to the Food Bank are tax-deductible. Learn more about other ways to make tax-deductible giving.
One in five kids face hunger, but you can help during Amplify Austin. Your support helps us provide healthy meals to kids in need. You can make your Amplify Austin gift early today.