Food and Groceries Assistance
- Texas Education Agency (TEA) has created the Texas Students MealFinder Map to help people locate closed schools that are currently serving meals. The map includes a list of schools, and their addresses and service times, which can be searched by address.
- North Texas Food Bank (ntfb.org) has shifted to box distribution model with partner agencies. Food4Kids and School Pantry programs remain fully functional, and they are partnering with the City to deliver snack/hydration kits to the homeless.
- Dallas County Health and Human Services Older Adult Services Program is currently providing meals delivered to homebound seniors. There is a drive-thru for hot meal pick-up service set up at each senior center location. Seniors needing these resources can call 214-819-1860 to enroll.
- North Texas Food Bank Mobile Pantry will be making stops in select communities April 1 through 17. Visit the North Texas Food Bank website for upcoming dates and locations.
- Dallas Farmers' Market: 920 S. Harwood St., Dallas, TX 75201. Hours of operation: Saturday, 9 am to 3 pm and Sunday, 10 am to 3 pm.
- Salvation Army Drive-Through Grocery Services - In response to a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, The Salvation Army of North Texas is operating 13 drive-through grocery service locations in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis and Tarrant counties to support families experiencing a loss in income or lowered wages due to the coronavirus outbreak. To serve anyone that presents a need, income verification and other typical requirements for assistance have been suspended. Food pantries will continue to operate without disruption. To find a list of drive-through grocery service locations and hours of operations, please visit www.salvationarmydfw.org/