The Capital Area Food Bank empowers local communities to improve access to food and end hunger by providing policy leadership and subject matter expertise on hunger issues.
CAFB is a member of and supports the following coalitions in the fight against hunger and its root causes.
Austin Chamber of Commerce: The Austin Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of 2,400+ business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals. Its mission is to provide leadership that facilitates the creation of a prosperous regional economy and effective advocacy for its members.
City of Austin/Travis County Sustainable Food Policy Board: The Sustainable Food Policy Board serves as an advisory body to the Austin City Council and Travis County Commissioner's Court concerning the need to improve the availability of fresh, nutritious, locally and sustainably grown food at reasonable prices for all residents, particularly those in need.
Community Action Network: A collaboration of organizations and individuals in Central Texas who are working together to build a community of equity and opportunity.
One Voice Central Texas: One Voice (formerly AAHSA) is a network of community-based health and human service organizations representing a broad spectrum of critical and essential services in our community. The mission of One Voice Central Texas is to convey the human service needs of the Austin area community to policy makers and the public and to support member organizations in meeting these needs.
Local Government Resources
Official county websites in CAFB's service territory.