Community Food Drives
On any given day in North Texas, tens of thousands of families and individuals struggle with food insecurity and hunger. This means that community food and fund drives are needed all year.
If you are planning a food drive that is only open to people in your school, group or organization, please fill out the Food Drive Registration Form below. If you are planning an event that is open to the public, please fill out our Mutual Marketing Partnership Form below.
Introducing the TAFB Virtual Food Drive
Planning a Food Drive
Thank you for your interest in starting a food/fund drive to support Tarrant Area Food Bank. We offer materials and tips for successful food drives and ask that food drives be registered with us so we can anticipate when food will be delivered.
Most Requested Food Items
- Canned Meats (Tuna, Chicken, Ham, etc.)
- Canned Fruit
- Canned Vegetables
- Peanut Butter (no glass jars)
- Dried Beans
- Boxed Pastas
- Boxed or canned soups
- Boxed or canned juices
If you plan to collect at least 750 pounds of food during your drive and anticipate needing help with donation delivery, please fill out our Transportation Form.
Mutual Marketing Partnership Form
Are you planning an event to raise support for Tarrant Area Food Bank? We’d love to hear about it. Please fill out our Mutual Marketing Partnership Form to help us determine how we can work with you.
Virtual food drives give you an opportunity to engage your friends, family and coworkers in raising support for Tarrant Area Food Bank’s work to feed hungry North Texans. You can create a personal fundraising page or involve members from your company or organization in your drive. Every dollar raised through a virtual food drive helps TAFB provide five meals for those in need.
Food Drives Tips and Materials
We want to help food drive coordinators as much as we can, so we’ve offered up some tips on organizing your food drives and providing some ideas for fun fundraising activities.
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Federal law protects food donors should such donated food later cause harm to a recipient. While exceptions are made for gross negligence, the law states that these groups will not be subject to civil or criminal liability.Learn More