FICC FOOD PANTRY
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"Food banks across Tarrant County expect an increase in demand after the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, benefits decreased March 1st 2023 by approximately $212. In conjunction with the rising cost of food due to inflation the Tarrant Area Food Bank expects 140,000 families in its service area will be impacted"
- Jeff Smith, North Texas Food Bank’s Senior Manager of Communications.
In order to bridge the food crisis in Dallas-Fort Worth Texas FICC Food Pantry will provide food and other donations free of charge to families and individuals in our community who are facing financial hardship.
We are currently in need of your support and accepting various types of donations. Please Click the button below for more information and list of needed donations.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED?
"1 in 7 of our fellow Texans — that's over 4 million Texans —
experience food insecurity. Children, seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, and working families are among those affected in every Texas county."
WHAT IS A FOOD PANTRY?
WAYS TO DONATE?
The Food Pantry provides fresh produce, dairy products, and other food and grocery products at our designated distribution site. With the aid of volunteers we are able to supply weekly groceries for families in need.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide food and other donations free of charge to families and individuals in our community who are facing financial hardship.
WAYS TO DONATE ITEMS:
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