HIM Food Bank plays a key role in responding to emergencies that impact the city and our nation. As one of the largest food banks in the county, the scale of our normal operations – which include providing millions of pounds of food to more than 60 food assistance programs throughout North Texas – creates the potential for the Food Bank to provide significant aid to people affected by disasters.
In the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the Food Bank activated our emergency response plans to help provide victims with much-needed basic food and supplies.
HIM Food Bank responded to other events, such as the Haltom City tornadoes, Oklahoma flooding and hurricane Gustav providing supplies and volunteers where they were needed most.
We continue to provide assistance to those in need in our community. Do you have an area where we can help? Contact us today.