Carolina Diaz has been volunteering at the Food Bank mobile pantry sites since 2013, logging more than 300 hours and lending her translation skills to serve the Spanish-speaking community.
Our administrative volunteer Troy Gilbert is trading his laptop for a day out with the crowds at Austin Reggae Fest this weekend. Stay tune next week as we catch up with him to see how his first Reggae Fest experience went!
Thanks to our volunteers dedication, the Food Bank is able to help Waco resident Gilbert turn his life around.
The Capital Area Food Bank is becoming the Central Texas Food Bank on June 1. Find out why.
As the poverty rate increases and individuals move to the suburbs, the Food Bank increases efforts to meet the growing demand.
We celebrate the Deitrich family as our Volunteers of the Quarter. Together they help bring meals to hungry families in need.
Happy National Volunteer Month to our amazing volunteers! We couldn't do anything without your help! Thank You!
Empowering clients with the knowledge and skills to make healthier food choices is the goal of the Capital Area Food Bank’s “Power of Choice” nutrition education classes for children.
Eighty-one year old Frederick Thomas is the Food Bank's Volunteer of the Quarter. He has dedicated more than 650 hours in more than six years to help fight hunger as an administrative volunteer.
Our CHOICES nutrition education classes teach everything from kitchen safety to how to modify recipes to lead a healthy lifestyle.