The Food Bank along with your help provides assistance to many of the residents of The Big Country. How it works The Food Bank along with your help provides assistance to many of the residents of The Big Country. How it works
Proving assistance in the big country

Food Bank of West Central Texas is a non-profit 501 (C) 3 community service organization that collects donated food to distribute to other non-profit agencies serving the needy of the Big Country.

Food Bank of West Central Texas is a non-profit 501 (C) 3 community service organization that collects donated food to distribute to other non-profit agencies serving the needy of the Big Country. In the 13 county service area of the Food Bank of West Central Texas (FBWCT), approximately 50,000 people live in poverty and too often miss meals or experience hunger. The Food Bank’s clients include working-poor families with needy children, seniors subsisting on fixed incomes, and possibly even you or your neighbors in times of disaster.

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Agencies served by the Food Bank of West Central Texas provide food for a broad cross-section of households. Key characteristics include:

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of the members of the household served are children under 18 years old
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of the members of the household are children age 0 to 5 years
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of the members of the household are elderly
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of clients are non-Hispanic white, 5% are non-Hispanic black, 22% are Hispanic, and the rest are from other racial groups
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of the households include at least one employed adult
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have incomes below the federal poverty level during the previous month
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are homeless
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of the members of the household served are children under 18 years old
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of the members of the household are children age 0 to 5 years
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of the members of the household are elderly
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of clients are non-Hispanic white, 5% are non-Hispanic black, 22% are Hispanic, and the rest are from other racial groups
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of the households include at least one employed adult
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have incomes below the federal poverty level during the previous month
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are homeless

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Counties / Cities Served by The Food Bank of West Central Texas

Callahan County:
Baird, Clyde
Cross Plains
Coleman County:
Coleman
Santa Anna
Brown County:
Brownwood
Bangs
Early
Eastland County:
Cisco
Eastland
Ranger
Rising Star
Gorman

Fisher County:
Roby, Rotan

Jones County:
Stamford
Anson
Hamlin
Comanche County:
Comanche
DeLeon
Gustine
Nolan County:
Sweetwater
Roscoe
Runnels County:
Ballinger
Winters

Shackelford County:
Albany

Stephens County:
Breckenridge

Comanche County:
Comanche

Taylor County:
Abilene
Lawn
Merkel
Tuscola

Mitchell County:
Colorado City

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