North Texas Food Bank
To close the hunger gap in North Texas by providing access to nutritious food.
SPCA of Texas
The SPCA of Texas is dedicated to providing every animal exceptional care and a loving home.The SPCA of Texas is the leading animal welfare organization in North Texas. Founded in 1938, the non-profit operates three shelters, three spay/neuter and wellness clinics, two mobile spay/neuter clinics and an animal rescue center, located in Dallas, Collin and Ellis Counties, and maintains a team of animal cruelty investigators who respond to thousands of calls in North Texas counties. Moreover, the SPCA of Texas serves as an active resource center that brings people and animals together to enrich each other's lives. The SPCA of Texas is independent and does not receive general operating funds from the City of Dallas, State of Texas, federal government or any other national humane organization.
San Antonio Food Bank
The mission of the San Antonio Food Bank is to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy.
Central Texas Food Bank
The mission of the Central Texas Food Bank is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in the fight against hunger.
East Texas Food Bank
The East Texas Food Bank exists to fight hunger and feed hope in East Texas.
Feeding Texas leads a unified effort for a hunger-free Texas.
Caritas Of Austin
We prevent and end homelessness for people in Greater Austin.
Houston Food Bank
Houston Food Bank’s mission is to provide food for better lives. In the last fiscal year, which includes COVID-19 response, we provided access to 159 million nutritious meals in 18 counties in southeast Texas through our 1,600 community partners of food pantries, social service providers and schools. Filling gaps on plates, we have a strong focus on healthy foods and fresh produce. In collaboration with our community, we advocate for policy change and racial equity, and promote dialogue on ways to increase access to food and to improve the lives of those in our communities, including services and connections to programs that address the root causes of hunger and are aimed at helping families achieve long-term stability.
Covenant House Texas
The Covenant House mission statement reads, "We who recognize God's providence and fidelity to His people are dedicated to living out His covenant among ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love. That commitment calls us to serve suffering children of the street, and to protect and safeguard all children. Just as Christ in His Humanity is the visible sign of God's presence among His people, so our efforts together in the covenant community are a visible sign that effects the presence of God, working through the Holy Spirit among ourselves and our kids."
West Texas Food Bank
The WTFB exists to collect, purchase, and distribute food to feed the hungry in 19 counties in West Texas in partnership with volunteers and community organizations and to educate these partners and the public at large about the real face of hunger.