North Texas Food Bank Volunteer Day
The Human Rights Campaign has committed to a day of community service at the North Texas Food Bank.
Saturday - October 4, 2014
12:45pm - 3pm
North Texas Food Bank • 4500 S Cockrell Hill Dallas, TX 75236
To learn more about the North Texas Food Bank see below.
• 80 Volunteers needed. Recruit your friends, partners, spouses, significant others
• Volunteers must arrive around 12:45pm for the 3 hour shift.
• Volunteers must wear closed toe shoes.
• Dress appropriately for the weather as you may be outside.
DRESS: Please wear HRC apparel if you have it.
Steve Wiscaver | email@example.com
ABOUT the North Texas Food Bank
What They Do
Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a Dallas nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies in 13 counties. As a member of Feeding America, the NTFB support the nutritional needs of children, families and seniors through education, advocacy and strategic partnerships.
NTFB passionately pursues a hunger-free community.
NTFB Core Values
1. Do what needs to be done.
2. Do what is right with urgency.
3. Steward and leverage resources with integrity in an authentic transparent way.
4. Respect diversity of individuals, thought and viewpoint.
5. Celebrate passion for our world and the people who live in it.
Including access provided through SNAP application services, we provided 62 million nutritious meals last year. We have a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies and provide access to food at more than 1,000 feeding locations.
Every dollar donated to NTFB provides three meals to hungry North Texans, and out of every dollar, 93 cents goes directly to hunger relief programs.