TAFB Learning Garden
View photos from the Grand Opening of the first phase of this garden. The garden is open to all who are interested in garden projects aimed at feeding hungry people within their communities. For details, read the news release.
Ride for Kids
View photos of cyclists led by Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and of families enjoying activities in Sundance Square Plaza, all to benefit TAFB Food for Kids programs.
For information on upcoming community events benefiting TAFB, click here.
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Communities where no one has to go hungry
Empowering communities to eliminate hunger by providing food, education and resources
through innovation and collaboration.
Ask Kate about Hunger
To all who support the Tarrant Area Food Bank vision of communities where no one has to go hungry. Our supporters include, among others:
- Food Industry Donors
- Community and Corporate Food Drive participants
- Individual Financial Donors
- Corporate event sponsors
- Guests at TAFB fundraising events
- Individuals and groups advocating for hungry Texans and/or TAFB
"Partnering to feed the hungry," column by TAFB leaders, in Star-Telegram, Oct 7, 2014.
Fall Feedback newsletter highlights volunteers, families at food pantries and students benefiting from our BackPacks for Kids program.
1 of 7 residents depend on local food aid charities served by TAFB.
For more highlights from the new hunger study by TAFB and Feeding America, see the full report on TAFB's service region (download the pdf).