For 28 years, the West Texas Food Bank has been committed to providing access to food for those at risk of hunger across our 19-county service area. Our mission has remained the same throughout: to alleviate hunger through community partnerships.
As our population grows, so does the need for food. The increasing demand has seriously strained our capacity in our current distribution center, thereby limiting our ability to get food to those who need it most. We could do so much more for the hungry in our community – but we have to have the proper facilities. To put it simply, we have run out of space.
Our current facilities are out-of-date, over-used and under-prepared to serve hungry West Texans. With two new buildings, one in Midland and another in Odessa, we will be able to serve more people more efficiently and effectively than ever before.