West Texas Food Bank
Build Today Feed Tomorrow — A Campaign to Grow the West Texas Food Bank
We just launched an exciting $12 million capital campaign to expand our services to feed even more children, families, seniors and individuals in need of food. With two new facilities—one in Odessa and one in Midland—we will be able to feed more West Texans, more effectively and efficiently than ever before.
Jersey Mike's March is Month of Giving
Go eat at Jersey Mike's for the month of March and if you donate $ 1.00 you will receive a coupon for a $ 1.00 off on your next purchase or if you donate $ 3.00 you will receive a card for free chip and drink. On March 26 if you go eat on that specific day you 100% of sales will go to West Texas Food Bank.
Outnumber Hunger with Sam's Club
Visit your local Sam's Club March 12-24 To Find Ways to Help Your Local West Texas Food Bank
Sewell Family of Companies
Thank you Sherillyn and Megan for bringing in new employees to help us in the warehouse. Awesome job they did. All of you made 180 outreach boxes.
Thank You West Texas Educators Credit Union
Thank you for coming to the warehouse to fill outreach boxes and sort other foods.
Thank you Sam's & Walmart Employees
Thanks to Sam's & Walmart employees in helping out in our warehouse in sorting the food that came in.
West Texas Food Bank receives a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America's largest and most-utilized independent evaluator of charities!
"On behalf of Charity Navigator, I wish to congratulate West Texas Food Bank on achieving our coveted 4-star rating for sound fiscal management.
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In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.
A strong desire or need for food. (American Heritage Dictionary)
A weakened disordered condition brought about by prolonged lack of food. (Merriam-Webster’s Medical Dictionary)
The West Texas Food bank was established by a small group of local concerned citizens in 1985 to address the critical issue of hunger in the West Texas area by securing donations of surplus foods and grocery products for distribution through a network of charitable organizations dedicated to feeding the hungry covering 45,000 square miles in 22 West Texas Counties.
There are three basic needs of life: clothing, shelter, and FOOD. For most of us, food is there... readily available. We just have to decide what kind we want. Food is something to munch, something to nosh, something to chew, something to scarf. It’s how much you want, whenever you want.
But unfortunately, for some people, food – of any kind – is NOT always readily available, and food – of any kind – is not something they can afford.
Maybe they’ve had a rough month. Maybe it’s been a rough life. There is too much month left at the end of the money.
Regardless, food is a basic human need, hunger is the most basic human urge – and the West Texas Food Bank has made it our mission to satisfy that need whenever and wherever we can in West Texas!