OUR IMPACT

Tarrant Area Food Bank Service Area

60 MILLION

NUTRITIOUS MEALS

provided in a year

1,000,000

WEEKLY MEALS

made possible

FEEDING NEIGHBORS IN THE TARRANT AREA

PARTNERSHIPS

  • 168 Pantries
  • 89 Permanent Mobile Sites
  • 34 Senior Sites
  • 13 Soup Kitchens / Shelters
  • 10 Multi-service
  • 10 Residential / Rehab
  • 9 Youth Programs

DISTRIBUTION BY FOOD TYPE

  • 39% Fruits & Vegetables
  • 24% Protein
  • 12% Shelf Stable / Processed Food
  • 10% Dairy
  • 5% Grains
  • 10% Non-food / Non-nutritious

WHERE OUR FOOD COMES FROM

  • 55% Donated
  • 44% Government Hunger Relief Programs
  • 1% Purchased

TAFB PROGRAMS

COOKING MATTERS

900 participants

25 courses taught

32 tours & workshops

FARMERS MARKET NUTRITION PROGRAM

Provides fresh fruits and vegetables to local
communities, enhancing fresh food access
for clients on SNAP and WIC benefits

Operates in five Tarrant County locations

COMMUNITY GARDEN

3,000 lbs of fresh produce
were harvested from TAFB’s gardens

1,800 seed packets distributed