The West Texas Food Bank is proud to be supported by a strong network of generous corporate sponsors. These partnerships provide WTFB with, not only monetary resources, but also with people power. For every dollar donated, WTFB can provide four meals. For every hour volunteered, the WTFB saves approximately $23 in labor costs. We invite your company to support the WTFB through a variety of ways, including corporate gifts, food or fund drives, event sponsorships, or volunteering.
Giving a corporate gift is an excellent way for your company to demonstrate its corporate philanthropy. Gifts can be made to support specific programs, such as providing turkeys during the holiday season or sponsoring a mobile outreach. Or, you can simply give to help WTFB conduct the day-to-day business of feeding hungry West Texans. Ninety-five cents of every dollar donated goes to support our mission.
Host a Food or Fund Drive
WTFB welcomes corporate groups to host food or fund drives throughout the year. We encourage companies to think outside of the box and come up with unique ideas, such as a competition between departments or teams—or even competing with another store in our service area! Other ideas include having a one-item food drive that focuses on collecting a much-needed staple for the WTFB, such as peanut butter, canned tuna, canned vegetables, shelf-stable milk, or fruit cups. Learn more at Start a Food Drive.
Sponsor an Event
If your company is interested in helping the community while also gaining visibility, entertaining clients, or treating employees to a fun outing, we invite you to become an event sponsor for WTFB. Currently, the WTFB offers two signature events each year: the Nick Williams Golf Tournament, and the Best O’ the West Fest. As we continue to grow, we anticipate that our event list will expand, too. Keep checking our website for more event sponsorship opportunities.
Whether your company is large or small, WTFB welcomes your group to volunteer. Bring your employees to help make a difference in the lives of hungry West Texans. Volunteering is a great way to build morale and teamwork—and may even turn into a party!