High Plains Food Bank

High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. Before COVID-19 struck, 1 in 7 people, including 1 in 5 children, faced food insecurity. Currently, about 1 in 6 neighbors, including 1 in 5 kids, struggle to have reliable access to adequate nutrition due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic. High Plains Food Bank serves as the warehouse and distribution center for a strong network of nonprofit agencies spanning 29 counties. This safety net of feeding partners includes churches, senior centers, daycares, halfway houses, soup kitchens, and other nonprofits that provide food assistance to individuals and families in need. 

In addition to our agency feeding partner network, HPFB programs fill the meal gap in underserved areas. Programs include KidsCafe, The Garden, SNAP application assistance, CSFP (Commodity Supplemental Food Program), SFSP (Summer Food Service Program), and TEFAP (Texas Emergency Food Assistance Program). 

High Plains Food Bank is a member of Feeding America and Feeding Texas. HPFB provides the equivalent of 6 meals with every dollar donated, and 96-cents of every dollar goes directly to food and feeding programs! 

The need is real, and your help is critical. Please consider helping solve local hunger by making a one-time or recurring donation on our secure donation page. HPFB holds a 4-star rating by Charity Navigator, the highest possible rating for nonprofit fiscal responsibility, transparency, best practices, and ethics.


We are proud to have this organization as one of our honored recipients! Want to see how you can help? Visit their website today!