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1 in 4 Kids Are Hungry


The TAFB warehouse and offices will be CLOSED Thursday, March 5, due to predictions of snow and below-freezing temperatures that will keep roads icy into mid-afternoon. For updates, follow TAFB on Facebook and Twitter..

Alternate Routes to TAFB

A section of White Settlement Road is closed for construction scheduled to end in 2018. Learn more and view alternate routes to Tarrant Area Food Bank.

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Volunteers are the heart and soul of Tarrant Area Food Bank. Without volunteers, it would not be possible to respond to hundreds of hungry North Texans every day.

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Our Vision

Communities where no one has to go hungry


Our Mission

Empowering communities to eliminate hunger by providing food, education and resources through innovation and collaboration.

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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
  • Foundations
  • Corporate event sponsors
  • Volunteers
  • Guests at TAFB fundraising events
  • Individuals and groups advocating for hungry Texans and/or TAFB


Bank of America invests in TAFB, reports the Fort Worth Business Press.

Empty Bowls gets special notice in Star -Telegram "Social Eyes" column by Faye Reeder.

Empty Bowls artists at work and the 2015 event featured in Clarice Tinsley's "Hometown Heroes on Fox 4.