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Tarrant Area Food Bank

Tarrant Area Food Bank

The Tarrant Area Food Bank distributes food to over three hundred hunger-relief agencies and programs in Fort Worth and thirteen surrounding counties of north central Texas.Hours of Distribution:Monday through Thursday8:30am - 5:00pmFriday8:30am - 3:30pmFor more information, please call.

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University Baptist Church

University Baptist Church

Hours:Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am -11:00amRequirements:Picture ID and bank statement or utility billFor more information, please call.

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WestAid

WestAid

Westaid provides food on a monthly basis. These persons are usually over retirement age or disabled on a low fixed-income where income is equal to or less than expenses. Hours:Monday - Thursday9:30am - 2:30pmFriday9:30am - 12:00pmFor more information, please call.

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First Street Methodist Mission

First Street Methodist Mission

Grocery Services for Families and Individuals with a ResidenceHours:Wednesday & Thursday 10:00am to 1:00pm Requirements:Those interested in receiving groceries should bring the following documentation:Picture identification for all adults in the household. Social Security cards or Birth Certificates for the children in the household and One of the following for Proof of Residency that is 30 days old or less, rent receipt with landlord's telephone number, electric, water or gas billOnl

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Fort Worth Community Food Bank

Fort Worth Community Food Bank

Everyone is welcome to get a box of food because hunger is not a laughing matter. Requirements: We have no zip code restrictions, all you need to get a free box of food is a Picture ID and a completed application. You can print a copy of the application by clicking the link below, fill it out and bring the application with your Photo ID to our office at 3000 Galvez Avenue. Hours:Monday - Thursday 9:00am to 1:00pmFor more information, please call.

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Como Senior Center

Como Senior Center

For more information, please call.

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First Presbyterian Church Of Ft. Worth

First Presbyterian Church Of Ft. Worth

The church hosts a mobile food pantry, in conjunction with the Tarrant Area Food Bank and three other local churches.Hours:Broadway Baptist Church The third Wednesday of each month For more information, please call.

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St. Peters Catholic Church

St. Peters Catholic Church

Provides food pantry to those living in zip code 76108. Please call, for more information.

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Oakcrest Family Church Meet the Need Program

Oakcrest Family Church Meet the Need Program

Once a week, our Meet the Need Program serves dinner and provides food boxes and clothing assistance to those in need. We also provide emotional and spiritual guidance for these families in crisis. Hours: Monday5:00pm For more information, please call.

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Community Food Bank

Community Food Bank

Walk-ins welcomed, no appointment necessary - must complete intake form (food pantry). For appointment, please call.

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Broadway Baptist Center

Broadway Baptist Center

Mobile Food Pantry; Clothing; Rent and Utilities Assistance; Prescription Assistance. Agape MealMobile Food Pantry Hours:Wednesday8:30am - 10:30amTickets are available starting at 4:00 p.m. in the Baptist Center Breezway (west side of church on May St.) until all gone. Adult Clothing Ministry - Men's and women's clothing is provided to persons in need. This ministry serves the first 30 persons arriving each Tuesday & Thursday beginning 9:00 a.m. Children's Clothing Ministry .Provides clothing to children.

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Arborlawn United Methodist Church Food Pantry

Arborlawn United Methodist Church Food Pantry

Provides food pantry. Serves: Residents livings in zip codes 76109, 76110, 76132, and 76133.Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday9:00am - 12:00pmFor more information, please call.

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University Baptist Church

University Baptist Church

Food Pantry, clothing assistance, household items (no furniture) when available. ESL classes also offered.Hours:Tuesday9:00 am - 11:00 amFor more information, please call.

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St. Andrew Catholic Church Social Ministry

St. Andrew  Catholic Church Social Ministry

Food pantry - provide three times a week designated area residents through the community center.Food Pantry Hours:Monday, Wednesday, Friday12:00pm -  2:00pmSome restrictions may apply parishioners by appointment

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New Rising Star Baptist Church

New Rising Star Baptist Church

Food assistance from pantry, call for information.

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McMillan United Methodist Church

McMillan United Methodist Church

Clothing and Food pantry canned goods and staples only. Hours: Monday 9:00am - 12:00pmWednesday 9:00am - 2:00pm

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Harvestime Storehouse (Meadowbrook First Baptist Church)

Harvestime Storehouse (Meadowbrook First Baptist Church)

Food Pantry. For more information, please call.

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Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

Greater St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

Food pantry - food assistance which includes perishable items as well as canned goods.

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Grace Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church

Grace Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church

Assistance with emergency food. Will provide perishable and non-perishable food to those in need. Food pantry consist of canned food, dairy items, frozen food as well as fresh produce.For more information, please call.

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First Hand Ministries - First Presbyterian Church

First Hand Ministries - First Presbyterian Church

Administers a supplemental clothing closet and food pantry which consists of minimal food staples, including ready-to-eat items for homeless clients instead of groceries. Food is distributed once a month from food pantry and mobile food pantry. Mobile Food Pantry, which consists of food distribution from truck in parking lot of Broadway Baptist Church.Sack Lunches Hours:Monday, Wednesday and Thursday11:30am - 1:30pmFood Pantry Hours: Wednesday - Thursday 12:00pm - 1:30pmHot To Go

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Eastland Street Baptist Church

Eastland Street Baptist Church

Food assistance provided through the food pantry. For more information, please call.

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Fort Worth First Seventh Day Adventist Church - Food Pantry

Fort Worth First Seventh Day Adventist Church - Food Pantry

Food Pantry Hours: 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 11:00am to 12:30pmFor more information, please call.

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St. Bartholomew Catholic Church

St. Bartholomew Catholic Church

Food assistance provided through food pantry.Hours:Monday , Wednesday and Friday1:00pm - 3:00pmThursday6:00pm - 8:00pmSaturday9:00am - 11:00amFor more information, please call.

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Wesley Mobile Pantry by United Community Centers

Wesley Mobile Pantry by United Community Centers

Mobile Pantry Hours:The 4th Saturday of the month 8:30am - 10:30amThe Tarrant Area Food Bank asked United Community Centers to be the mobile pantry site for North Fort Worth. The mobile pantry is a refrigerated 18-wheeler that delivers 18,000 to 20,000 pounds of fresh produce and frozen grocery products once a month for distribution to approximately 400 households. This opportunity to serve the community is provided at a nominal fee to United Community Centers. The Wesley Mobile Pantry helps answer many prayers f

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Omni Outreach - Touch of Heart Food Pantry

Omni Outreach - Touch of Heart Food Pantry

Hours of Operations: Tuesday and Thursday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pmRequirements: Please bring your identification.For more information, please call.

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ICNA Relief USA Programs Inc. Halal Food Pantry

ICNA Relief USA Programs Inc. Halal Food Pantry

Serves: Halal Hours: Saturday 10:00 am - 12:30 pmFor more information, please call.

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Western Hills United Methodist Church - Food Pantry

Western Hills United Methodist Church - Food Pantry

Food Pantry Hours of Distribution:Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am until 11:00 am Service Area:Residents of 76108 and 76116 zip codes. Requirements:Photo identification and proof of residence required each visit. Clients are eligible for services every 30 days.

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After holding a dozen food distribution events over the summer, the Tarrant Area Food Bank says they'll continue hosting Mega Mobile Markets at Fort Worth's Herman Clark Stadium this month though they're switching days.

The Mega Mobile Markets are moving from Friday mornings to Wednesday evenings from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. to serve more families in need.

Distributions will begin this week, Sept. 8.

The food bank said during the pandemic, including during the most recent surge with the delta variant, they continue to see an increase in families who visited the food bank for the first time.

The TAFB said, "families can expect to receive a variety of fresh produce, dairy, and protein, though the specific contents what each family receives depend on TAFB's product availability."

The food bank is also looking for volunteers to assist in sorting food and packing boxes for events like the mega mobile markets. Volunteers can sign up here.
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Tarrant Area Food Bank Hopes To Reach Even More As Mobile Market Hours Switch To Evenings

TARRANT COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) — In 2020, the Tarrant Area Food Bank distributed some 50 million meals to families in need. Now the organization aims to reach even more families as fall approaches and food insecurities continue to hit North Texans hard.

The food bank is expanding distribution and giving out food boxes every Wednesday night instead of Friday morning.

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The Mega Mobile Market will now be at the Herman Clark Stadium from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Wednesdays.

Families can expect to receive a box filled with your basic staples of protein, dairy products, as well as fruits and vegetables.

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The events handing out food are made possible with the help of 350 partner agencies. Together they’ve helped the TAFB provide more than 1 million meals to families a week.

Dr. Shagranda Traveler, with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, says the change from mornings to evenings has more to do with the organization’s desire to get things back to normal.

The group had been using the stadium since the summer, but now want to return the space for the Friday Night Lights of high school football, while still providing a platform for no family in Tarrant County to go hungry.

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Anyone willing to assist with the volunteer distribution effort can go to the volunteer section of the Tarrant Area Food Bank’s website and click on ‘register now’.

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With New Mobile Food Pantry, A Dallas Nonprofit Plans To Feed More People

The Wilkinson Center’s food pantry sits in a non-descript brick strip mall in East Dallas, wedged between a thrift store and a Hair-N-Beauty Supply. On Friday morning, the parking lot outside was filled with hit songs from the 80s and a crowd of the nonprofit's employees, donors and well-wishers.

Standing in front of a shiny new refrigerated truck decked out with pictures of adorable children posing with produce, the center’s executive director, Anne Reeder, unveiled the new mobile complement to its brick-and-mortar food pantry.

The service is called Pantry2Go.

“This truck is going to start rolling next month, taking food to schools, to senior centers, to different places where it’s difficult to get food,” she said.

Summer Struggles

Summers often strain the budget for families with school-aged kids who rely on free meals at school. The summer can also drive up electricity bills, stretching already-tight budgets even further.

“We know in the summer, that kids are going to be home, and when they're home, they eat more. They need to eat more. They’re growing,” said Maria Powers, who heads up the center’s food and support services. “Basic food should not be something a child lacks."

At the same time, it can be hard for busy parents who often work multiple jobs to make it into the food pantry, so the new mobile version will start popping up monthly at the local Young Men's Leadership Academy at Fred F. Florence Middle School, to serve students and their families.

Christopher Connelly

In August, the center will also start distributing food at a nearby senior center, serving another population at risk of going hungry.

“A lot of our seniors are homebound, or they can’t get out. If they can get out, they can’t carry their groceries to their apartment,” Powers said.

Each family will get a box of shelf-stable foods and a box of produce, meat and other perishables; it’s about a week’s worth of food, Powers said.

The effort took some serious learning on the part of the Wilkinson Center’s team, Powers said. They had to figue out where to buy a refrigerated truck and lockable gas cap, while sorting out amps from volts to ensure the food will stay fresh.

'Income Support'

The goal is to serve nearly 6,000 individuals more than 345,000 meals over the next three years with the mobile food pantry. The food is supplied primarily through the North Texas Food Bank, with additional donations from area grocers.

The Pantry2Go program has been in the works since 2019, but it’s launching after the pandemic upended the finances of many lower- and middle-income families. The center’s food pantry typically served about 800 families a month before the pandemic. After COVID-19 hit, they saw that number jump to 2,000 families.

While the numbers have gone back down, Powers said that with so many families still struggling to make ends meet, a free week’s worth of groceries helps alleviate pressure on tight family budgets by providing them with a basic need.

“It’s income support. If you have to buy food and you have to pay an electric bill, we provide the food so you can pay the electric bill,” Powers said.

In addition to food and other financial support, the nonprofit offers job skills classes, helps people get high school graduate equivalent degrees and provides financial literacy education.

The food pantry serves residents of Pleasant Grove and surrounding neighborhoods in east and southeast Dallas, but its education programs are open to any Dallas County resident.

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Worth mobile food pantry fort

Arlington Heights High School

Multiple organizations across Fort Worth are offering food to help families through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Since March, the Fort Worth ISD has partnered with multiple organizations to share information and organize food distribution events for families.

Curbside Meals-To-Go breakfast and lunch service is available at 28 designated FWISD locations for FWISD virtual learners. Twice weekly on Monday and Thursday mornings, FWISD students participating in virtual learning may pick up a combination of breakfast and lunch meals at any of the 28 designated meal pickup sites. For more information, contact the FWISD Child Nutrition Department at 817-814-3500.

Food is available at these locations throughout December 2020:

Food Distribution

1. Monday and Wednesday, Times vary

YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth Grab and Go Meals

Multiple Locations

The YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth is serving free meals to youth 18 and under at multiple branch locations. Learn more here.

2. Monday through Friday

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County

Curbside individually packaged meals and snacks are available for free to children ages 18 and younger while supplies last at Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County branch locations. Weekly at home learn resources will also be distributed with each meal. Other meal distribution options are also available.

Click here or contact LaToyia Greyer at [email protected] for more information.

3. Friday, October 23, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

4. Saturday, October 24, 8-11 a.m.

Globe Life Field Prius Lot F

734 Stadium Drive, Arlington

The Texas Rangers Foundation and Food for the Soul will distribute Farmers to Family 3-in-1 boxes including approximately 30 pounds of fresh produce, dairy and precooked meat while supplies last.

5. Saturday, October 24, 2020, 8-10 a.m.

St. Peter & St. Paul Anglican Church

3900 Morris Lane, Arlington

Everyone is welcome to the Tarrant Area Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry event.

6. Wednesday, October 28, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Bethlehem Baptist Church

1188 W. Broad St., Mansfield

Free, drive-thru food distribution open to everyone

For additional information, call 817-473-1236

7. Friday, October 30, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

8. Friday, November 6, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

9. Friday, November 13, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

10. Friday, November 20, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

11. Saturday, November 21, 2020, 8-10 a.m.

St. Peter & St. Paul Anglican Church

3900 Morris Lane, Arlington

Everyone is welcome to the Tarrant Area Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry event.

12. Friday, November 27, 8-11 a.m.

Herman Clark Stadium

5201 CA Roberson Blvd.

Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Tarrant Area Food Bank to host a Mega Mobile Market food distribution event. Approximately 1,000 boxes of nonperishable food will be provided to families on a first-come, first-served basis. Each family will receive 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat dairy and groceries.

13. Saturday, December 19, 2020, 8-10 a.m.

St. Peter & St. Paul Anglican Church

3900 Morris Lane, Arlington

Everyone is welcome to the Tarrant Area Food Bank Mobile Food Pantry event.

For the complete Tarrant Area Mobile Food Pantry Schedule, visit https://www.tafb.org/wp-content/uploads/mobile/mobile-pantry-schedule.pdf. Need food delivered? Call 817-534-0814 to speak with a live representative about how to access nutritious food.

Other food resources are also available:

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Many people in North Texas are having trouble putting food on the table during these rough times. But the Tarrant Area Food Bank hopes to change that this week.

The organization hosted a week full of Mega Mobile Food Markets where all residents of the Tarrant area community who are in need of food assistance, and anyone whose access to nutritious food has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

TAFB reported on Twitter Thursday that it had given out 60 million means already in 2020.

On Friday, the Mega Mobile Market is planned for 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Herman Clark Stadium in Fort Worth.

Four others are also planned around Fort Worth Friday:

Last week's Mega Mobile Market at Herman Clark Stadium was able to feed 2,514 families.

Another TAFB food distribution is scheduled for Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Birdville ISD Plaza in Haltom City.

Tarrant Area Food Bank is still always seeking volunteers, sign up here: tafb.galaxydigital.com.

Sours: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/7-mega-mobile-markets-in-tarrant-county-this-week-hosted-by-tarrant-area-food-bank/2525838/

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