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Tarrant Area Food Bank Overview
Tarrant Area Food Bank opened in October 1982 with the purpose of helping local human services agencies feed poor Fort Worth area residents. That fall TAFB distributed donated food to 48 charities. Today, as a regional clearinghouse for donated food and household products, we serve a network of almost 300 hunger-relief agencies in 13 counties. We believe that children and adults receiving food aid deserve a nutritious mix of foods; thus we strive to provide foods ranging from fresh produce and dairy products through frozen meats to packaged pasta and bottled juices. With the mission to eliminate hunger, we seek to educate recipients about nutrition so they may reap the greatest possible benefit from the donated food. We also work to reach all pockets of hunger in our area by serving a large range of charities including pantries, soup kitchens, Kids Cafes, senior centers, low-income daycare centers, emergency shelters, disaster-relief organizations and other social service centers.
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