HOW TO GET HELP FROM THE WEST TEXAS FOOD BANK AND OUR PARTNERS

West Texas Food Bank Pantry Hours for Summer/Fall Seasons

WTFB drive-thru pantries are open to anyone needing food assistance in our communities. You may be asked to show an ID when you are checked in. Please have this available for WTFB staff. You may use the WTFB drive-thru pantry once a month. You are asked to work with one of our 100+ partner agencies should you need food more than once a month.

We appreciate for your patience and understanding during this unique situation. Pantry Boxes are available while supplies last. Limiting drive-thru hours will allow WTFB staff time to replenish our supply of Pantry Boxes. Pantry hours are subject to change.

If you are in need of assistance outside of these hours, please dial 211, or visit one of our Partner Agencies.

The same usage guidelines are still in place, and we ask that you only utilize our on-campus pantries once a month. Please continue to use one of the WTFB Partner Agencies for all other food needs.

With 100+ partners in the 19 counties we serve, and multiple mobile outreach distributions every week, we hope you are able to find one that is convenient to you.

A list of Partner Agencies and Mobile Distributions can be found below.

CLICK HERE FOR THE MIDLAND-ODESSA PARTNER AGENCY LIST

Mobile Outreaches

The West Texas Food Bank also serves in areas without a partner agency through our Mobile Distribution Program.
Click below for a list of Mobile Distributions for the month of March.

SEPTEMBER 2021 OUTREACH SCHEDULE
OCTOBER 2021 OUTREACH SCHEDULE

Request help from the West Texas Food Bank

At the West Texas Food Bank, our mission is to feed the hungry. If you need food assistance, you can start by requesting information about the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

CLICK HERE

Senior Box Program

The West Texas Food Bank manages the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) Senior Box Program – a USDA funded national food distribution effort. CSFP is designed to improve the health and nutrition of income-eligible seniors aged 60 and above. Through this program, seniors receive a box each month, which provides supplemental food to help stretch their grocery budget.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CSFP, CLICK HERE