Nordstrom Cares Gives Back to Kids Café Program Nordstrom works diligently to support the many people and communities they serve. The generous gift of $5,000 from Nordstrom Cares will enable the San Antonio Food Bank to continue providing meals for children through its Kids Café Program, an [...]
Inside the Student Advocacy Center at San Antonio College, the writing is on the wall. Literally. A poster that hangs in the hallway informs passers-by that 48% of SAC's students experience food insecurity over a 30-day window.
There is more to the San Antonio Food Bank than just taking care of those who need a meal. The organization is going further by teaching students how to become chefs and use their new skills to pursue a career in the culinary industry, and, in turn, give back to others.
The 14th edition of CANstruction is now on display at North Star Mall. First launched in 1992 in New York, this amazing charity benefiting hunger relief efforts has spread across the United States and 30 countries. Worldwide, more than 10,000 volunteers participate every year. Locally, CANstruction has collected over a half a million pounds of [...]
Millions of Americans stand to lose food stamp benefits under a new policy proposed by the Trump administration, and new state-level data shows Texas would be one of the hardest-hit states.
KSAT Community and partners now have a virtual fundraiser to benefit the San Antonio Food Bank during Hunger Action Month. Every $1 donated to the San Antonio Food Bank provides seven meals.
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September is Hunger Action Month and food banks nationwide are taking part in effort to decrease hunger in their communities.
Coffee giant Starbucks delivered a $100,000 check Wednesday to the San Antonio Food Bank to help fight hunger at the local level. KSAT 12 segment: https://www.ksat.com/video/starbucks-donates-100000-to-san-antonio-food-bank-video
Thank You! Thank you Walmart, Sam's Club, and your generous suppliers and customers. More than $171,000 was raised for people who face hunger in Southwest Texas! Thank you for helping to “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” How You Can Help