Fighting Food Insecurity Serving Opportunities
In Texas, almost 1.7 million children do not know where their next meal will come from. We can rally together and help fill tummies and see big smiles!
We know by working together we can achieve more so we want to share some ways you can give back and help fight food insecurity in our communities. We also want to make the process of jumping in easy, so we have a team member ready to take care of all the details for you!
Weekdays Food Pantry: Help families "shop" for their groceries and other essentials to ensure they have food at the table.
- 8AM- 8PM (2 hour shifts)
- 8AM- 5PM (2 hour shifts)
12-15 years of age must have adult supervision
Children's Hunger Fund- Dallas
Food Paks: Help assemble food packs for families in need locally and globally.
- February 13th, February 27th, March 6th, March 20th, March 23rd
- 8:45AM- 11AM
13-15 years of age must have adult supervision
Christ’s Haven- Keller
Food Pantry: Help sort, label and organize the campus food pantry and help house parents plan their family meals with ease.
- Saturdays: February 9th, March 9th, April 13th and May 11th
- 8:45AM- 11AM
- Thursdays: February 28th, March 21st, April 25th, and June 14th
- 9:45AM- 12PM
Children over 5 years of age welcome with adult supervision
Community Enrichment Center- NRH
Food Pantry: Help inspect, clean, sort, stock, select and box food for the families to ensure they have meals at the table.
- Monday- Wednesday and Friday
- 8AM- 4PM (min 2 hour shift)
- 8AM- 7:30PM (min 2 hour shift)
Children 10-14 years of age welcome with adult supervision
Joseph Storehouse- Haltom City
Store Attendant/Donation Center Assistant: Help sort and organize shelves and cold storage for families in need
- 10AM- 6PM
All ages welcome with adult supervision
Taste Project- Fort Worth
Taste Bud Opportunities: Help fight food insecurity in Fort Worth by helping the Taste Project staff welcome the community for meals.
- Sunday and Tuesday-Saturday (Closed on Monday)
- 9AM- 3PM (3 hour shifts)
- Areas to serve: Welcome Team, Service Team and Kitchen Team
SOS Local-Loads of Hope
Help sort, inventory and pull orders for the local non-profits that are enrolled in the program. Items include food, beverages, hygiene items, cleaning supplies and other essential for the customers they serve.
- Dates Vary based on donations received
- 9:30AM- 3PM
Over 10 years of age with adult supervision
Mobile Food Pantry
Mobile Food Pantry: Assist clients who sign up for groceries by sorting, packing and taking to vehicles.
- Every 4th Saturday of the month
- 8AM- 12PM
Over 13 years of age with adult supervision