Planning an event? Our Conference Center can accommodate events and meetings for groups ranging from 10 to 400 during regular business hours and select evenings and weekends.
How does the Food Bank work? Let us show you in a behind-the-scenes tour. Register now!
It's a "selfie" that shows you care about feeding hungry people.
You can help 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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Take the METRO 348 Food Bank Shuttle to the Houston Food Bank. The 348 Food Bank Shuttle runs to three destinations: Fifth Ward/Denver Harbor Transit Center, Houston Food Bank and Houston Community College - Northeast Campus. Read more...
Your contribution enables the Houston Food Bank to continue feeding over 865,000
individuals each year.
April is National Volunteer Month, a special time at the Houston Food Bank, where volunteers are essential to our mission.
Nutritious fresh produce is out of reach for many low income families. Read this column published in the Houston Chronicle on March 22, 2015.
Nutritious dishes don't have to be complicated. Here's a healthy, no-cook recipe loaded with omega 3 fatty acids.
Hunger is a reality 365 days a year. Souper Bowl of Caring calls attention to the ongoing need for hunger relief.
For Food Bank fundraisers, it's the most wonderful time of the year -- all thanks to your generous holiday spirit.
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