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Stamp Out Hunger! results
Tarrant Area Food Bank, so far, has received over 133,000 meals worth of food! (That's over 160,000 pounds of nonperishables.) More food will come in this week as letter carriers continue to pick up any donations they missed last Saturday.
Central Christian Church Food Drive
Piranha Killer Sushi Raising Awareness & Funds to Fight Hunger
Lake Worth Boat & Ski Club Family Fun Day & Open House Food Drive
Bisque Bowl Painting 2013 dates for Empty Bowls 2014 offerings
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To postal customers, letter carriers, transportation sponsors and volunteers who participated in the STAMP OUT HUNGER! Food Drive. You have provided over 133,000 meals worth of food to Tarrant Area Food Bank!
To all Fighting Hunger Together participants who voted and encouraged their friends to vote, thus giving TAFB a $45,000 Walmart grant to fight child hunger.
To Quality Control Volunteers who worked the week of May 6-11, 2013, including among others:
- Cheasapeake Energy
- U.S. Marines, Naval Air Station/Joint Reserve Base
- National Charity league
- Rainbow Girls
TAFB wins $45,000 Walmart grant in the Fighting Hunger Together campaign.
Volunteers needed: To conduct surveys for "Hunger in America" study and to help at Farmers Market Nutrition Program sites.
Read more about TAFB's part in "Hunger in America" study.
Our Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) is taking applications from organizations interested in being sites for summer meals for kids. See details and application.