North Texas Food Bank
Is it costing more to put that Thanksgiving Feast on the table this year? Or are we just feeling it more? It depends on who you ask.
Thanksgiving is a time for family centered around a table full of food. After events this morning, help is on the way for some North Texans struggling to put food on that table.
The North Texas Food Bank rolls out a new campaign and hosts a sorting party to celebrate 30 years of service.
I kicked off Restaurant week at lunch today at Central 214. This trendy restaurant is located within Hotel Palomar near the SMU campus. My lunch was amazing!
While the North Texas Food Bank’s Summer Food Service Program feeds about 2,000 children breakfast or lunch every weekday, executives say there are still thousands who aren’t in the program but qualify for the free meals.
The fiscal year for the North Texas Food Bank is near and the organization says while there’s plenty to celebrate they are still $1,000,000 short of their fundraising goal.
Foodies and football fans can huddle up to take a bite out of childhood hunger this weekend at the Taste of the NFL: The Ultimate Cowboys Tailgate Party.
Jackie Eaton and Allison Anderson sit down to a spaghetti lunch in their Cedar Hill home. As the couple wait for their daughters to join them at the table, they say a grateful prayer for the food.
A train derailment has traffic tied up for some Dallas commuters.
This past holiday season the North Texas Food Bank met their goals, but they’re now headed into the slowest season for donations. But the food bank received good news just as they prepared for leaner times.
According to a new report, the number of Dallas County children living below the poverty line is enough to fill Cowboys Stadium – more than twice!
According to new census numbers, 49 million Americans are now at the poverty level and tens of thousands of them live in North Texas.