News Archive

Apr 18

Stocking Our Shelves, Sparking Change: Our Powerful Partnership with Walmart and Sam's Club

Feeding Hope: How Walmart and Sam’s Club's Collaboration with the Central Texas Food Bank is Changing Lives.

Mar 29

Nourishing People and Pets in Hays County: Neighbor Finds Relief Through Special Food Distribution

A Hays County neighbor finds relief for family and pets through special Mobile Food Pantry distribution.

Mar 27

Driving Change in the Heart of Central Texas

With over 92,000 miles logged on the road and counting, this Central Texas Food Bank CDL-A Driver’s commitment to ending hunger knows no bounds.

Mar 22

From Food Bank Volunteer to Farmhand: Frankie's Garden Journey

How giving back to her community in the Food Bank garden opened doors in the agricultural world for this passionate volunteer.

Mar 21

Food is Medicine: CommUnityCare and Central Texas Food Bank Team Up for Healthier and Happier Neighbors

CommUnityCare and the Central Texas Food Bank are empowering Central Texans to take charge of their health and live happier, healthier lives.

Mar 18

Googling for Good

The world's most popular search engine cultivates a culture of service and community.

Mar 01

One Piece of What it Takes to Distribute Food Across Central Texas

Central Texas Food Bank offers a variety of food access programs for our neighbors in need. Elijah Coleman, an Order Clerk, collaborates with teams across the organization to facilitate the smooth flow of food from order placement to delivery.

Feb 28

Food Bank Launches "Feeding Creativity" Youth Art Competition

Calling all young artists! The Central Texas Food Bank is proud to announce its inaugural "Feeding Creativity" Youth Art Competition.

Feb 22

A Bite Out of Hunger: How Apple is Helping Nourish Central Texas

Apple’s partnership with the Central Texas Food Bank embodies a shared commitment to nourishing our neighbors in need.

Feb 22

Empowering Communities: Central Texas Food Bank’s Impactful Partnership with Joe Roland Community Center

In the heart of Dale, Texas, lies a beacon of hope for families facing food insecurity: the Joe Roland Community Center.