Harvest House

A nonprofit organization

$56,496 raised by 65 donors

75% complete

$75,000 Goal

Help us replace our 30-year-old

Box Truck!

Your donation will count twice thanks to

a matching grant from 

the Baker Foundation of Burleson!

(up to $20,000!)

Once we reach the $20,000 match,

We have an additional $1,000 matching grant

from a long-time Burleson resident who stepped up

to offer another challenge.

So that's a total of $21,000 in matching funds!

Rather donate in person? On North Texas Giving Day, September 21, we're holding a Drive-thru Donation Event at our food pantry - 349 NW Renfro in Burleson. Follow the signs and receive a treat after you donate! Drive-thru times: 7:30-9:00 am and 5:00-7:00 pm

Why do we need a box truck?

After eighteen months of breakdowns, repair bills, and rental fees, we are retiring our thirty-year-old box truck which we received as a donation in 2018. We are looking to replace it with a newer, more reliable model.

Currently, we are renting a truck for our weekly runs to pick up and deliver food. For instance, every Monday we pick up a load of bread from the Bimbo factory. We then distribute that bread not only to our own pantry but also to eight other local food ministries. Throughout the week, we pick up food donations from area grocery stores, and in the future, we're looking to pick up household donations for our Resale Store.

The pickups and deliveries made with our truck directly affect our ever-increasing ministry. Each month, we are seeing 25% more clients than last year, and the needs of our clients continue to rise.

We are grateful to the Baker Foundation of Burleson for blessing us with a matching grant which will double your donation. For every dollar you donate, the Foundation will match your donation dollar for dollar up to $20,000.

Thank you for considering partnering with us on September 21 for North Texas Giving Day. Your support is an encouragement to our board, staff, and volunteers!

Your Harvest House provides food, clothing, and financial assistance to more than 2,400 unduplicated North Texas households each year. Clients apply for financial aid to cover rent/mortgage, utilities, and urgent needs. Our food pantry offers monthly groceries, and families with children have access to increased food aid during the summer months and holiday seasons. We deliver monthly food bundles to seniors living in low-income housing, and we provide bulk foods to eight local food ministries. We offer clothing vouchers for our resale store, and we assist with school supplies and Christmas gifts. In addition to meeting basic needs, we partner with more than ten local organizations to connect clients with services such as stress management, financial counseling, and employment guidance. Our tagline, Feed – Clothe – Restore, sums up our goal to not only provide aid for local residents but also to graduate them out of their need for Harvest House. 

* Serve Johnson County and eight zip codes in Tarrant County

* Partner with more than 10 local organizations

* 95% of organizational income goes toward direct services

* Diversified revenue sources

* Over 12,000 client visits in 2022

* 440,000 pounds of food distributed in 2022

Giving Activity


Your Harvest House provides basic necessities, spiritual encouragement, education, and care to individuals and families in our community by following Biblical principles. Our vision is to help families break the cycle of hopelessness by providing resources that assist in restoring their dignity and independence.


As housing, food, and fuel rates rise, North Texans are struggling to make ends meet. Your Harvest House has always provided food aid to low-to-moderate-income residents, but due to the current economic situation, we are now providing monthly groceries to anyone who requests them, regardless of income. According to Forbes, “High prices are forcing some consumers to make difficult decisions, such as turning to food banks for the first time in their lives” (Smith, 2022). Our data support this statement. Each month our pantry is providing food for 30-40% more families than this time last year. We also assist low-to-moderate-income residents through our Financial Assistance Program by covering rent/mortgage payments, utilities, and other urgent needs. In the past five years, the budget for financial aid has swelled from $17,000 to $160,000. As client needs continue to rise, we are partnering with community donors to make a difference in North Texas, one family at a time.

Smith, K. A. (2022, Sep 21). "Why are food prices still rising?" Forbes Advisor. https://www.forbes.com/advisor/personal-finance/why-are-food-prices-still-rising/

Equity Statement

We, the Board of Directors, Leaders and staff of Your Harvest House are united in our understanding that racism, prejudice, and racial discrimination in all forms are sinful and are in direct opposition to the teachings of Jesus. Such things as these should not be overlooked or tolerated within our communities. We stand together in this public declaration that racism, prejudice, and racial discrimination, whether explicit or implicit, are incompatible with the command of our Lord Jesus to "love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:39)." Therefore, we accept our sacred responsibility before God to address racism, prejudice, and racial discrimination within our organization and hereby resolve to personally model Christ-like love toward all people, confront racial discrimination wherever we observe it, and bring God's Word to bear upon such sinfulness through our acts of service. We affirm each member of our community regardless of race or ethnicity and welcome each to our community as neighbors. We pledge to do our part in making sure our community is one of inclusion and hospitality to all. Driven by our faith in the Lord Jesus, we implore each and every member of our communities to stand with us in our determination to stand against the sins of racism, prejudice, and racial discrimination and to embrace the challenge of the Prophet Micah, "to act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)."

Organization Data


Organization name

Harvest House

other names

Your Harvest House

Tax id (EIN)




Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Hunger, Food Access & Nutrition, Social Services

Operating Budget

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

Counties Served

Johnson, Tarrant

BIPOC Serving

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

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


P.O. Box 1113 349 NW Renfro St.
Burleson, TX 76028


817 295 6252

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