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Read how food banks are working to mitigate this pandemic.
What can you do to help?
With this outbreak and school closings, there will be increased demand for the services that the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank provides. Whether it's after-school programs or increased needs from any number of our 180 partners and programs.
With that being said and with some of our partners already canceling distributions, the best
way to help at the moment is with a monetary donation. With every dollar donated we can purchase up to 2 meals worth of food. This will go extremely far to help feed the in-need families, seniors, and children in our area and allow us to replenish stock that will soon be flying off the shelves of our warehouse.
Please consider making a donation today to help your hungry friends and neighbors.
A statement about covid-19
We understand that many are worried about the Covid-19 outbreak and how that would affect
the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank, pantry distributions, and our children's programs.
At this moment things are still very fluid. We are closely monitoring the situation and working with Feeding Texas and Feeding America to try to mitigate any interruptions in food delivery.
We will update our website and social media regularly with any updates.
With any distributions that are held through Mobile Pantry, Produce Express, and our partner agencies, please follow CDC best practices to avoid COVID-19 infections.
Practice social distancing - stay at least 6ft. apart
Wash your hands often especially after being in a public place - lather for 20 seconds
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
Consider the health of others - you can carry COVID-19 and show no symptoms
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