The arrival of the Coronavirus has brought a new season of need for many, and the Food Bank is ramping up additional service to meet that additional need.
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28 07, 2020

A Letter from the Editor of San Antonio Magazine

2020-07-28T09:26:31-05:00

"We also felt the need to acknowledge that not everyone has the privilege to love food right now—for many in our area, there’s a dire need for food. The thousands of cars lined up to receive food from the San Antonio Food Bank made national headlines in April, and CEO Eric Cooper says the need [...]

A Letter from the Editor of San Antonio Magazine2020-07-28T09:26:31-05:00
10 07, 2020

Thank You Inland Empire Community Foundation

2020-08-05T13:54:36-05:00

The San Antonio Food Bank is grateful to the Inland Empire Community Foundation for 15,000 in support of summer meals for children in San Antonio. This funding contributed toward 126,038 summer meals for kids in need who would otherwise have gone without essential nutrition. Find out more about the Food Bank's Summer [...]

Thank You Inland Empire Community Foundation2020-08-05T13:54:36-05:00
29 06, 2020

Bird Bakery Owner and Fashion Designer Team Up to Raise $7,100 for San Antonio Food Bank

2020-06-29T09:12:14-05:00

San Antonio fashion designer Cynthia Collins and Bird Bakery CEO and Founder Elizabeth Chambers have raised $7,100 for the San Antonio Food Bank through the sale of 500 handmade face masks.

Bird Bakery Owner and Fashion Designer Team Up to Raise $7,100 for San Antonio Food Bank2020-06-29T09:12:14-05:00
11 06, 2020

Tortilla Company Donating 37,000 Servings of Its Products to San Antonio Food Bank

2020-06-11T10:18:22-05:00

Mission Foods — the Los Angeles-based purveyor of tortillas, wraps, and chips — will donate nearly 38,000 servings of its products to the San Antonio Food Bank.

Tortilla Company Donating 37,000 Servings of Its Products to San Antonio Food Bank2020-06-11T10:18:22-05:00
2 04, 2020

Moody Foundation’s generous gift support to Mobile Pantry program

2020-04-02T09:17:13-05:00

The San Antonio Food Bank is truly grateful for Moody Foundation’s generous gift of $25,000 in support of the Mobile Pantry program. Their support will allow us to conduct 10 Mobile Pantry distributions and ensure more than 4,500 individuals in need receive nutritious food. Learn more about Mobile Pantries here: Mobile Pantry distributions

Moody Foundation’s generous gift support to Mobile Pantry program2020-04-02T09:17:13-05:00
16 03, 2020

USAA donating $1 million to SA nonprofits responding to coronavirus

2020-03-16T17:04:54-05:00

USAA announced on Monday that it will donate $1 million to local nonprofit groups as they respond to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The money will be dispersed between the San Antonio Food Bank, South Texas Blood & Tissue Center, Meals on Wheels, Haven for Hope and United Way of San Antonio, the San Antonio-based bank [...]

USAA donating $1 million to SA nonprofits responding to coronavirus2020-03-16T17:04:54-05:00
6 03, 2020

San Antonio Food Bank Launches Coronavirus Preparedness Campaign

2020-03-06T09:04:53-06:00

The food bank is trying to reach as many as 300,000 low-income households in southwest Texas with a 14-day food benefit and coronavirus preparedness kit.

San Antonio Food Bank Launches Coronavirus Preparedness Campaign2020-03-06T09:04:53-06:00
24 02, 2020

H-E-B’s Record-Breaking Parking Lot Pop-Up

2020-02-24T12:22:28-06:00

H-E-B spread the love for White Castle hamburgers—available in its freezer aisles—by co-hosting its first pop-up event celebrating its longtime trading partner’s 29th annual Valentine’s Day dinner. The company made a $10 contribution to the San Antonio Food Bank on behalf of each diner at the H-E-B pop-up event.

H-E-B’s Record-Breaking Parking Lot Pop-Up2020-02-24T12:22:28-06:00
21 02, 2020

UTSA Students can get Free Food from Whataburger Resource Room

2020-02-21T12:13:56-06:00

The 'Whataburger Resource Room' is a joint effort between the San Antonio Food Bank, Whataburger and UTSA to address food insecurity among students.

UTSA Students can get Free Food from Whataburger Resource Room2020-02-21T12:13:56-06:00