Your help is needed to feed hungry kids by volunteering at the Keegan Kitchen, where we produce meals for our Kids Cafe program every weekday. Groups and individuals are welcome.
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Help out teachers in low-income schools by donating #2 pencils and colored pencils this summer.
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Thank you! You're helping us feed hungry families and individuals throughout southeast Texas.
Archway Gallery’s artists are all local artists who are passionate about giving back to the community.
For Food Bank fundraisers, it's the busiest time of the year -- all thanks to your generous holiday spirit.
How something small and sweet as a strawberry changed my view on hunger awareness.
Children believe in the power of change and that our world still holds endless possibilities for us all to have a better life.
Houston Food Bank is one of over 750 organizations that oppose H.R. 5003 the Improving Child Nutrition and Education Act of 2016.
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