Food Pantry For DISD Students, Families Expands“We want our students to have nice full bellies and come to school ready to learn,” says Geneva Heights Elementary School Principal Bert Hart.
DISD Considers A New Homeless Shelter For Students In NeedVirtually every campus in Dallas ISD enrolls children living in shelters, hotels or on the streets.
Krum Mom Channels Her Grief By Helping OthersAfter her son passed away, Debbie Vaughn started filling food pantries that had her son's name.
McKinney Homeowner Builds Food Pantry In Front Of Her HouseTeri Youngdale built what she believes is McKinney's only free-standing food pantry.
South Dallas Food Pantry Up & Running Again After BurglaryA south Dallas center that feeds hungry children is back up and running today, after getting some help from the community.
Copper Thieves Hit Plano Food PantryCopper thieves have struck a Plano nonprofit food pantry that helps feed some 147,000 people in Collin County. This is the third time that the food pantry has been hit.
Midlothian Senior Citizens Pantry Forced To CloseSenior Citizens Food Pantry has been forced to move due to non payment of rent at the Midlothian ISD facilities.
Community Joins Forces For Big Food Pantry DonationThe Frisco Family Services Food Pantry fell on hard times during the federal government shutdown. But a resident reached out to family, friends, neighbors, and local businesses to put together a "little" food drive that soon exceeded expectations.
Food Bank Struggling To Pay $10K Electricity Bill Community Food Bank serves 1400 people a day, and is the only place that offers fresh produce and meat. But it's facing a financial problem that could close it's doors.
Restaurant App Helping Feed Hungry In North TexasThe technology most North Texans can’t seem to put down is now helping feed those in need. The charitable giving is thanks to the Plano-created Tango Tab app.
Think Orange To Fight HungerThe North Texas Food Bank rolls out a new campaign and hosts a sorting party to celebrate 30 years of service.
Food Banks Worry About Possible SNAP CutsFort Worth food pantries are concerned major budget cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, may increase their already difficult burden.