Join Tarrant Area Food Bank at one of our many annual events and be a part of our vision of communities where no one has to go hungry.
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Hungry for Change (Sept. 16, 2015)
This one-day summit focuses on strategies to address poverty and hunger in our communities. Throughout the day, leaders from the community will present in workshops on community wealth, community wellness and community engagement.
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Gear Up to End Hunger (Oct. 17, 2015)
Families and serious cyclists can choose to ride scenic 10, 20 or 30-mile routes from the Fort Worth Water Gardens through downtown Fort Worth, the Cultural District, and Forest Park back to the Water Gardens. Proceeds from the event benefit Tarrant Area Food Bank.
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Canstruction® (Sept. 25 - Oct. 18, 2015)
Canstruction® features sculptures designed by architects, designers and engineers. The canned and boxed foods used to build these sculptures are later donated to Tarrant Area Food Bank.
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Kick the Can (Nov. 6, 2015)
Kick the Can kicks off the holiday season of food and fund drives for Tarrant Area Food Bank. The public is invited to come and watch this exciting relay race featuring local celebrity judges, a local radio personality and more.
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Souper Bowl of Caring Food Drive (January - Super Bowl Sunday)
Kroger, Tom Thumb, Albertsons and other grocers with the help of major media outlets sponsor a public food drive in their stores as part of the national Souper Bowl of Caring.
»Watch a video from the 2015 Souper Bowl of Caring
Empty Bowls (Feb. 19, 2016)
Sample soups and desserts by Fort Worth chefs, select keepsakes from handcrafted bowls, and more at Empty Bowls Fort Worth, a fusion of culinary and visual arts. Each dollar spent at Empty Bowls can provide food for five meals.
»Learn more about Empty Bowls