People Are Hungry in Our Community

Discover what the West Texas Food Bank is doing to help

The West Texas Food Bank has been feeding families in Odessa, Midland, and the entire West Texas area for more than 35 years. As the largest nonprofit, non-governmental hunger-relief organization in the Permian Basin, we're proud to distribute donated and purchased food to children, families and seniors with help from more than 80 partner agencies. As a team, we're able to provide food to individuals across 34,000 square miles of Texas.

West Texas Food Bank Mission Statement

The mission of the West Texas Food Bank (WTFB): 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.

Our vision is a West Texas without hunger.

Find ways to serve the community

At the West Texas Food Bank, we have a vision - to create a West Texas without hunger. That's why we're continually trying to improve the quality, quantity and variety of foods we offer. Although we try, we can't do it alone. We need your help.

Get in touch with our team to learn about:

There is no better time than now to volunteer at the West Texas Food Bank. Stop by either location today to learn how you can help us achieve our vision of a West Texas without hunger.

Make a difference in our area

The West Texas Food Bank serves 19 counties, including Brewster and Pecos counties, the two largest counties in the state.

We are always looking for people to help our cause. Contact us today for more details about volunteer opportunities and ways to donate.