Tarrant Area Food Bank makes maximum use of its resources.
- With a $1.00 donation, we can provide food for 5 meals, according to the current formula provided by our parent organization, Feeding America.
- Of our total income, including the value of the food we handle, 97% goes to programs to stop hunger, and three percent is applied toward administrative expenses and fundraising.
- We increase our productivity with the help of community volunteers. They:
- Lead food drives,
- Inspect, sort and repack unsold food from retailers as well as donations from the community,
- Assist with nutrition education and meals production,
- Help with fundraising events and office work,
- Provide technical and professional expertise and advice.
For an overview of our financial standing and of our operations and accomplishments, download our latest Annual Report (pdf).
For more financial details, access our Federal Tax Form 990 (pdf) or our Audited Financial Report (pdf).
Tarrant Area Food Bank meets Better Business Bureau Standards for Charitable Solicitations. For details, visit www.fortworth.bbb.org.
Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America have recognized us with their Best in America seal based on their rigorous annual review of our public accountability, program effectiveness and cost effectiveness. These standards include those required by the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) and the State Employees Charitable Campaign (SECC). For more information about these two campaigns, go to Government Employee Giving Campaigns on this website.
Additional third-party Information about us is available at www.guidestar.org and
Tarrant Area Food Bank is listed with Dun and Bradstreet. Learn more by clicking on their logo below.