Community Food Bank

A nonprofit organization


Our Rapid Food Pantry Distribution Program, feeding hungry families directly from our food door, makes a substantial positive impact on our North Texas community. Individuals, families, seniors, veterans, the working poor, the homeless and now the newly unemployed all come to Community Food Bank.

Since COVID-19, newly unemployed folks call apologetically, inquiring what they need to do to get food. We remind them they have probably donated to American Red Cross, United Way, or any number of charity organizations through the years. Their past giving paved the way for them to receive help during their time of need; our process is fast and easy!

As a food bank, we support 32 food pantries with our free surplus food. It enables partner pantries to stretch their budget.

Hunger and poverty are not the only problems our clients suffer from. We are a caring operation which supports other programs such as, Transitional Homes, Senior Employment Rehabilitation - S.E.R., Labor Detail, and Community Service Restitution. Other programs we support are Texas Workforce - Career Steps and Unique Hour, Transition2Work, OSHA Certified Forklift Training, Willoughby House Juvenile Transitional Home. Select programs above actually pay volunteers to work here and get training!

We offer community referral services, community news, nutritional information and access to a computer for folks to obtain Food Handler License.

Our Needs

We are experiencing shortages of help with an increase in the number of families needing help. After COVID-19 we lost 45% of our volunteer base. To support our in-house operations, we still need to add a full-time employee to help compensate the loss of volunteers.

During this continuing pandemic year, the media is reporting there will be a shortage of turkeys for Thanksgiving. We have already started perusing ways to purchase traditional Thanksgiving food items. Supply chains to grocers continues to be interrupted. We will use funds generated from North Texas Giving Day to provide food for our hungry community in need.


Fighting hunger and poverty with food, education, programs, and resources to families in a dignified, personal, and timely manner without zip code restrictions. Our slogan is "Feeding Families, Feeding Hope!" We specialize in providing fresh and frozen meats, produce, dairy and dessert; good nutritious foods! "A Feeding Hope" allows us to freely give clients, adult and children diapers, wipes, hygiene products, appliances, furniture, etc. Collaborations with Good360, Hope Supply Company, Walmart Distribution Center, and others enable us to feed hope!

Equity Statement

At the Community Food Bank, we are simply people serving people, and that means all people. We serve all individuals and families without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or sexual identity. Diversity, equity and inclusion is at the core of what we do, serving our community and our employees. Our commitment to these values is unwavering and central to our mission and to our impact.


"Empowering Hope, Nourishing Lives: Our Mission for North Texas Giving Day"

At the Community Food Bank, our mission is crystal clear: to empower hope and nourish lives throughout our community. As we stand on the threshold of North Texas Giving Day, our commitment to creating positive change burns brighter than ever.

We envision a future where every individual's basic need for sustenance is met, where no one has to face hunger's daunting grip. Our mission is to bridge the gap between abundance and need, to cultivate a culture of compassion and generosity that transforms lives.

Through partnerships, dedication, and unwavering resolve, we strive to provide nourishment not only for the body but also for the spirit. We believe that by sharing resources, fostering connections, and amplifying empathy, we can uplift every person we touch.

North Texas Giving Day is a celebration of unity and kindness, a reminder that our collective power can reshape our community's narrative. Join us as we stand together, fueled by the belief that change is possible and that no act of giving is too small to make a difference.

With hearts full of hope and arms wide open, let's embark on this journey toward a stronger, more vibrant community where no one goes hungry, and the spirit of giving thrives.

Together, we empower. Together, we nourish. Together, we transform.

#EmpowerHopeNourishLives #NTxGivingDay #CommunityStrong

Organization Data


Organization name

Community Food Bank

Tax id (EIN)




Hunger, Food Access & Nutrition

Operating Budget

$1,000,000 - $2,999,999

Counties Served

Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Hood, Johnson, Parker, Tarrant, Wise

BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or Latinx, Native American

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director/CEO and Board Chair

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


3000 Galvez Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76111



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