Doing a virtual food drive for the West Texas Food Bank can be a meaningful and impactful way to support us. Here are several reasons why you might consider participating in such a drive for the West Texas Food Bank:

  1. Food Insecurity in West Texas: West Texas faces food insecurity issues. By supporting the West Texas Food Bank, you can directly contribute to alleviating hunger and providing nutritious food to individuals and families in need.

  2. Convenience: Virtual food drives offer a convenient way to donate. You can contribute from anywhere, making it accessible to a broader range of people, including those who may not live near the physical location of the food bank.

  3. Efficiency: The West Texas Food Bank can often use funds more efficiently than physical food donations because they can purchase food in bulk, ensuring they have the items they need most. Your monetary donations can go a long way in helping them meet their goals.

  4. Support Local Communities: Your contribution to the West Texas Food Bank directly supports the local community, helping your neighbors, friends, and fellow community members who may be struggling with food insecurity.

  5. Year-Round Support: Virtual food drives can operate year-round, which means your support is not tied to a specific season or event. This consistent support is crucial in providing a steady source of food for those in need.

  6. Help During Crises: Virtual food drives can be a lifeline during crises or emergencies, such as natural disasters or pandemics, by providing a quick and efficient way to channel resources to those who need it most.

  7. Community Engagement: Participating in a virtual food drive can also serve as a way to engage your community, friends, family, or coworkers in a shared cause. This collective effort can make a more significant impact.

  8. Spread Awareness: By participating in a virtual food drive, you can help raise awareness about the issue of food insecurity in West Texas and encourage others to get involved and support this vital cause.

Food Drive Policy, West Texas Food Bank

  • Virtual Food Drives will be the preferred method for a Food Drive
  • Monetary donations actually save the Food Bank time and money
  • Physical Food Drives will not be eligible for supplies or support
  • Shelf stable food must be delivered to one of our Partner Agencies
  • The West Texas Food Bank is unable to pick up any donations of food
  • Corporate Food Drive applications will be accepted
  • 10,000 pound minimum food donation required

Virtual Food Drive Sign Up

Through our partnership with Fenly, setting up your own Virtual Food Drive is as simple as shopping online. Click HERE to visit our Virtual Food Drive web page and start collecting food virtually today!

If you don’t want to set up your own Virtual Food Drive, please feel free to copy and paste the following link on your own social media pages, or share digitally with your friends.

Virtual food drive

In order to make financial sense for the West Texas Food Bank to participate in physical food drives, we have determined that a food drive must raise a minimum of 10,000 pounds of food.

If your company is willing to meet that challenge, we invite you to fill out the form below. If you would like other options for Corporate Giving, please visit the corporate giving page: