We didn't think we'd ever be in this situation.

COVID-19 is putting us all through hard times. We can make it easier for each other through creating community support!

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40%

of Americans are only one missed paycheck away from poverty

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21%
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families
27,000

of Denton county residents are hunger insecure

we have served since March 2020

via our records!

Since 1974,

Volunteer run

Community based

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Donor driven

the Food Center has had as its mission to provide food from a central community storehouse to needy families and individuals struggling with hunger insecurity.

Survival is a  shared burden,

not an individual obligation.

There's a lot of shame around asking for help. Since we've been in school, we're taught that it’s eat or be eaten—survival of the fittest. 

 

But survival is a shared burden, and when institutions fail to meet our needs, we can rely on the values that make us human—the social bonds that hold us together as we provide for each other.

NEED
,
in this time of

We have changed our distribution process to reduce personal contact and protect vulnerable individuals while staying true to our mission to help relieve hunger insecurity in our northern Denton county service area.

Watch this quick video by clicking on "NOURISHING NEIGHBORS DCFC" to learn more about how we've adapted!

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MORE
resources for you

Here are more local organizations in Denton County that can provide food assistance, social services, other resources, and help with COVID-19.

 

Click to learn more!

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We have updated our requirements and do not turn anyone away  without food.

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Applicants/clients may request food once a month

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Bring a photo ID with current address

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Clients receive approximately enough food for a family of 4 for a week