Mayra's family was hoping to start a new life in Austin, but when her husband's job offer fell through, the family fell on hard times.
The Food Bank's nutrition education classes help promote socialization between participants which supports a healthy lifestyle, especially among older adults.
The annual largest nation-wide food drive, Stamp Out Hunger, continues to make an impact for Central Texas families facing hunger.
Johnny's Selected Seeds has chosen the Food Bank as a recipient of their Charitable Giving Program. They donated thousands of seeds that will help keep families healthy!
Our nutrition team is constantly improving the curriculum to make learning about nutrition fun and easy for children. During one of the classes, the children had the opportunity to play tic-tac-toe with a twist.
Thank you to all who made Austin Reggae Festival a huge succes this year. We couldn't have done it without your support!
Did you know the Food Bank takes fresh produce donations? Well, if you have excess fresh produce in your garden, here's how you can donate it to the Food Bank to help families stay healthy.
The Food Bank received a $92,500 donation made possible by Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation and Feeding America to help older adults, like Julia, stay healthy with nutritious meals.
The Food Bank earned a three-star rating on sustainability from the Austin Energy Green Building. Staying green and helping families in need!
As the Food Bank's garden comes together, the baby asparagus caught our eye. As the asparagus grows, tiny shoots spring up from the soil and eventually the plant develops fern-like leaves.