Food Bank Expands Home Delivery Program to Williamson County

The Central Texas Food Bank, in partnership with the Round Rock Area Serving Center and Amazon, has expanded its home delivery program to Williamson County. The goal of the program is to serve more people in need by increasing the accessibility of food assistance for underserved households.

Participants enrolled in the program will receive a monthly, 30-pound box of shelf stable groceries—such as oatmeal, pasta, corn flour, dried beans, canned protein, and canned fruits and vegetables—delivered in a contactless method directly to their home by Amazon. All groceries and delivery are free of charge.

The program, which began serving Travis County residents on June 1st of 2021, is now open to Williamson County households (excluding zip codes 76530 and 76577) with adults ages 60+, people with disabilities, veterans, and active military members who are in need of food assistance and are experiencing barriers to attending in-person food distributions.

To determine eligibility and/or enroll in the program, contact the Round Rock Area Serving Center:

    Round Rock Area Serving Center
    1099 E. Main St.

All groceries are free to qualifying households and participants may cancel their enrollment at any time.

Amazon donates free delivery services through their network of Amazon delivery service partners, who make safe, contactless deliveries directly to participants’ homes. Round Rock Area Serving Center provides caseload management, screening, and enrollment. Each delivery consists of a box with enough food for 25 meals. To date, the program has made more than 8,900 deliveries in Travis County consisting of more than 196,000 meals to more than 1,260 households.


  • Food Delivery Program Expands to Qualifying Residents of Williamson County (excluding zip codes 76530 and 76577)
  • Sign up exclusively through:
    Round Rock Area Serving Center
    • 1099 E. Main St.


    The Central Texas Food Bank


    Hunger is a serious issue in Central Texas and the Central Texas Food Bank is committed to serving all those in need. Central Texans who are not experiencing difficulty accessing the Food Bank’s services can access food through our network of partner pantries and mobile food pantry distributions throughout the region. For the latest information on getting help, go to and click on “Find Food Now”. Once you find the distribution site nearest you, please call them to confirm their hours of operation since things are subject to change due to the pandemic. You can also call 2-1-1 for the latest information.
    The Food Bank stands ready to help all Central Texans, but we continue to see elevated demand for our services, straining our resources. So if you’re able to help, we need monetary donations and volunteers. Please donate and explore volunteer opportunities at


The mission of Central Texas Food Bank is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger. Now in its 40th year of serving Central Texans in need, the Food Bank provides food and grocery products through a network of nearly 300 Partner Agencies and nutrition programs, serving nearly 60,000 people every week. Headquartered in Austin, the Food Bank serves 21 counties in Central Texas, an area about twice the size of Massachusetts. For more information on the Food Bank and its programs, visit