The San Antonio Food Bank will open another distribution hub on the North Side, leasing 4,000 square feet of new kitchen space from the Morgan’s Wonderland Camp now under construction.
San Antonio Food Bank Receives Empower: Job Training Grant Thanks to Health Care Service Corporation, the San Antonio Food Bank has been selected to receive an Empower: Job Training grant to support the Culinary Training job program. Currently, the graduation rate of the Culinary Job Training program is about 88.46% [...]
The San Antonio Food Bank is facing a shortage of turkeys on Thanksgiving and Food Bank CEO Eric Cooper is hoping the public can help feed hungry families during the upcoming holiday. "We have more families requesting turkeys for the holidays than ever," said Cooper in a statement released on Monday. And those requests are [...]
The San Antonio Food Bank's annual 5K Turkey Trot is around the corner, expected to bring excitement to exercise while raising awareness for turkey donations. But President & CEO of the Food Bank of the Food Bank, Eric Cooper, says he is concerned that the organization might not be able to deliver on its promise [...]
San Antonio Food Bank, Humana and Conviva Care Centers Partner to Host Food and Fund Drive Through Dec. 7
San Antonio has come a long way in keeping food waste out of the landfill, but the city still needs more education and access to local food suppliers and waste processors, panelists said Thursday. The City’s Solid Waste Management Department’s hosted the discussion at Phil Hardberger Park under the banner of ReWorksSA, a Solid Waste [...]
San Antonio Food Bank partners with hunters to collect deer meat for hungry families (Hill Country Alliance)Robert Fike2019-11-15T10:28:50-06:00
The San Antonio Food Bank is once again participating in the Hunters for the Hungry program, which is managed by Feeding Texas, to help those in need.
The San Antonio Food Bank is once again participating in the Hunters for the Hungry program, which is managed by Feeding Texas, to help those in need. Through the program, hunters can drop off legally tagged deer to a participating meat processor, and eventually, the meat makes its way to the San Antonio Food Bank.
Like most complex issues that cities in the U.S. face, it will take a multi-pronged approach to mitigate poverty, said panelists during the “Attacking Poverty” panel at San Antonio CityFest on Friday.
The white-tailed deer hunting season is in full swing throughout Texas, and Eric Cooper, president and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank, he’s counting on a successful harvest for the hungry.