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Crowley-Perot Challenge Match

Double your $1; it provides six meals. Learn more

Food 4 Kids - Plano

Our backpack program makes an impact in Plano.  Learn more

Hunger Center

Learn more about hunger in North Texas

Find out more about DFW Restaurant Week 2014

Welcome to Our Food Bank

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At the North Texas Food Bank, we're healthier, smarter and stronger. To continue the fight against hunger which we started 32 years ago, it isn't enough to simply move food out the door. Today, we're elevating our standards for healthy food. We're building our knowledge base. We're expanding our distribution.

At NTFB, it isn't time to rest on our laurels. It's time to ReThink Hunger. Learn more | Watch video


nutritious meals provided to hungry North Texans this year because of your help.

Special Events Calendar

Hunger Action Month

Take a look at the things you can do to support NTFB and our community partners. Learn More

Community Partnerships

Sammons Enterprises
Fighting hunger with the NTFB includes monetary donations, employee volunteerism and supporting NTFB's Community Kitchen to help provide filling nutritious foods.
Dean Foods
Support for NTFB includes financial gifts, nutritious product, volunteerism and a commitment to the community.
Cisco systems
NTFB donations include technology, money and countless volunteer hours through the Global Hunger Relief Employee Giving Campaign.
Support for NTFB includes event sponsorship, nutritious product donations, financial gifts, volunteerism, and a commitment to fighting hunger.
Support from Walmart and the Walmart Foundation includes financial gifts, nutritious food donations, volunteerism and on-going support in our community’s fight against hunger.

North Texas Food Bank 4500 S. Cockrell Hill Road Dallas, TX 75236-2028 214.330.1396 (MAP IT)

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