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The Hays County Food Bank, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, provides food and grocery items to individuals, families, and more than 40 partner agencies throughout the county at no cost.

In order to successfully fulfill our mission to feed hungry people in Hays County, we rely on support from local businesses, organizations, churches, foundations, governments, and individuals. Check out our blog, calendar, and photo gallery for all the latest news and events.

If you would like to coordinate your own food or fund drive please visit the event page here.

 

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Weekend Drivers Needed

Hays County Food Bank needs responsible volunteers to drive our vans on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Drivers must:

  • be at least 25 years or older
  • have no driving citations for at least 3 years
  • be able to bend and lift 30 pounds

Shifts start at 7:45 am and end no later than 11 am. Training with seasoned drivers will be provided before the volunteers are approved to take the lead on driving the van to the HEB grocery stores in San Marcos, Kyle, and Buda.

Please contact Jim Wagner by email or at (512) 392-8300 ext.222.

 

FOODSTOCK #9

Foodstock Poster - May 2 2015

Join us Saturday, May 2nd from 1:00pm-6:30pm on the Hays County Courthouse Lawn for Foodstock! Click here for more information.

It’s not too late to start collecting for the Can-Do Food Drive Competition! The team with the most pounds of food (money counts too; $1=1lb.), wins the traveling trophy until the next Foodstock on October 3rd! Contact Mallory Raschke if you are interested.

Gary Job Corps. Can-Do Winner

Current winners, Gary Job Corps.

 


Ending Hunger One Step at a Time

Teams gather at Dunbar Recreation Center before the walk.

Teams gather at Dunbar Recreation Center before the walk.

For many Americans, when the topic of hunger arises, one usually thinks “What do I want to eat?” or “Where should I get food from?”, but for 800 million people in the world the thought they have each and every day is, “Will I eat today?”Adequate food and water is something that many take for granted.  Thankfully, there are non-profit organizations that make it their mission to help those who are food insecure.

Recently, the Hays County Food Bank partnered with Church World Service to host the annual, Hays County CROP Hunger Walk.  CROP, is an acronym for Community Response to Overcoming Poverty.  Church World Service is a global relief aid organization that has helped people in need all over the world for the past 68 years. This event is held every year to raise money and awareness for local and global food insecurity.

With our hunger-statistics-signs held high and our favorite vegetable and fruit costumes on, we took to the streets of San Marcos to bring attention to the #1 health risk in the world, hunger.  Churches and businesses from all over the greater Hays County area came out to participate in our walk to end hunger.    Read more »

Join the Food Bank Team!

The Hays County Food Bank currently has the following open positions:
  • Development-Special Events Coordinator
  • Weekend Crew Leader
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We are a small non-profit serving Hays County since 1984.  Our employees work hard and play hard, to achieve our mission of serving the hungry in Hays County.  Our members are dedicated, creative and passionate.  Consider joining our team by reviewing the open positions in more detail below.
Development-Special Events Coordinator
This individual should have endless enthusiasm, fantastic attention to detail, strong people skills, enjoy celebrating and be able to remain mission focused.  For more information on this position go to bit.ly/1JcXStt
Weekend Crew Leader
This is a part time position, 10 hours a week, to oversee our weekend activities.  This individual should be at least 25 years old, have a clean driving record, strong people skills, good problem solving skills and be able to remain mission focused.  For more information on this position go to bit.ly/1OoFQGc
Inquiries regarding the above positions should be directed to Denise Blok, Executive Director at dblok@haysfoodbank.org.
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