Want to make a greater impact for families in need? Make a monetary donation instead of donating food. The Food Bank can stretch your dollar to provide more meals and help build a healthier community.
John is a Vietnam War veteran who lives on a fixed income, but it's hard to make ends meet. The Food Bank is proud to serve veterans like John thorugh our veteran-only food distributions.
Rainy weather means Alejandra's husband is unable to work as a painter. As the provider of the family, times are tough when his paycheck is short. Thanks to the Food Bank, Alejandra is able to stock her pantry and keep food on the table.
Earnest and his wife suffer from multilple health problems. With the help from the Food Bank, they can maintain a healthy diet and save money on food for their medical expenses.
Within the next year, we’ll be able to serve more families in need in even more areas in Central Texas thanks to a $150,000 grant from Starbucks.
The Food Bank offers a free Culinary Training Program that provides students with three months of hands-on culinary training experience to help them jump start their culinary career.
Boy Scout member and Food Bank supporter, Lake, decided to help restore our garden benches to earn his community badge on his way to becoming an Eagle Scout.
Austin Restaurant Weeks, a two-week dining attraction benefiting the Food Bank, has wrapped up. This year's event raised more than 586,772 meals for Central Texas families.
September is Hunger Action Month, a time for our community to come together to raise awareness about hunger.
As the school doors get ready to open, Laura is preparing her daughters for the upcoming school year with the help from the Food Bank.