While in the food bank drive-through line, a volunteer asked her if she needed dog or cat food. “Yes, yes I do,” she recalls saying. “I was so surprised that they helped with pet food. I had no idea and would never have thought to ask.”
The San Antonio Food Bank, in conjunction with Karnes County, has conducted food distribution events throughout surrounding counties, including Karnes County to help ensure family’s that need help receive food.
Starbucks support allowed the Food Bank to procure more than 73,000 pounds of nutritious food from March to September, underwriting the costs associated with bringing nutritious and ready-to-eat meals to the most vulnerable members of the local community. For several years now, Starbucks support has helped the Food Bank [...]
The "Fall Heritage Festival" will be held on November 6th, 6 - 9 pm on the approximately four acres grounds of La Villita National Historic District, bounded by the San Antonio River and Alamo, Nueva, and Presa streets. Guests are invited to bring non-perishable food to donate to the San Antonio Food Bank at the [...]
The coronavirus pandemic is impacting meals deserts in San Antonio, however, the Southside Impartial College District and the San Antonio Meals Financial institution are taking part in essential roles and guaranteeing nobody goes hungry.
Authentic Trophies Taxidermy, located in La Vernia, is hosting a food and fund drive supporting the San Antonio Food Bank.
DOING GOOD ON THE GREEN 2020 Thank you for joining the San Antonio Food Bank at our We hope you enjoyed the tournament, contests, and company of fellow hunger fighters. Your participation in this year’s event helped ensure Southwest Texans have food and resources to gain long-term food security. Because of you [...]
One out of four families in San Antonio public schools has experienced hunger since the beginning of the pandemic, according to a report released Friday by the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Urban Education Institute
The first Mega Food Distribution in Pleasanton was held Sept. 19 at Pleasanton River Park. More than 380 families received boxes of food items with 85 local volunteers helping to distribute the food.
For the fourth year in a row, Walmart, Bimbo Bakeries USA and Tyson Foods have teamed up to support the San Antonio Food Bank’s mission by donating 15,000 pounds of food through a partnership with Feeding America.