With the help of AmeriCorps, the San Antonio Food Bank is bringing on 25 Hunger Fighters to be part of our COVID-19 response. Apply today at: www.equalheart.org/jobs
If you’re looking for new, creative and healthy Lenten lunch or dinner idea, Chef Kelly Daughety, of the Culinary Training Program at the San Antonio Food Bank, has a suggestion: Thai noodle salad.
Thank you Walmart Foundation for funding our SNAP outreach to rural Texas over the last year. Overall, we were able to complete over 260 application overall including Medicaid, TANF, CHIP, and other federal benefit programs. From the total number, we exceeded our goal of 200 completed SNAP applications from our targeted rural areas. A majority [...]
There’s nothing like a good friendly competition to benefit the local community. This year is the San Antonio Food Bank’s inaugural Food from the Bar campaign, in which law offices will compete to win the most points by volunteering with and donating food and money to the food bank. Register your firm or law office [...]
he Security Service Charitable Foundation is helping animals and their owners remain together. The Foundation donated $2,500 to DaisyCares, a non-profit organization whose promise is to save pets’ lives, and keep pets with their family, primarily through the DaisyCares Pet Food program.
When seniors enter retirement, quantity of them solely depend on their social safety checks as revenue.
San Antonio Food Bank Receives More Than Two Million Pounds of Produce for Food-Insecure Families (SA Current)Robert Fike2019-12-27T11:22:32-06:00
The San Antonio Food Bank (SAFB) celebrated its 9th Annual Harvest from the Heart campaign on Thursday, collecting more than two million pounds of fresh fruit and vegetables for area families during the holiday season.
The San Antonio Food Bank on Thursday celebrated its 9th annual Harvest from the Heart campaign, which secures produce donations from its many partners for distribution of fresh fruit and vegetables to families in need during the holiday season.
The San Antonio Food Bank celebrated its 9th annual "Harvest From the Heart" campaign Wednesday. The campaign secures donations of fresh fruit and vegetables to families in need during the holiday season.
With the holidays coming up, here is the top food needed by food banks this year: Proteins. The San Antonio Food Bank has been proactive on this need and has partnered with Trinity Oaks to help put locally harvested venison on the plates of thousands across the region through the "Hunters for the Hungry" program.