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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. In 2012, we distributed more than 599,000 pounds of food.
All of our services are free of charge. 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.
Help Us Promote Hunger Awareness And Celebrate Fresh Quest
You have probably heard about the Hays County Food Bank (we used to be the San Marcos Area Food Bank) and realize that some people need help putting enough food on the table for their family. But what do you know about the magnitude of food insecurity (what??) in our county or what it takes to help feed your neighbors in need? Or what you can do to help? Read more »
Spotlight on Dixie Cream for National Donut Day!
Whether you spell it doughnut or donuts, it doesn’t matter – it’s National Donut Day!
The Salvation Army created “Doughnut Day” in 1938 to honor the women who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. National Donut Day is the first Friday of every June, and while we all eat donuts to celebrate today, we would like to give great thanks to Dan Anderson for all his contributions to Hays County Food Bank.
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