Food shouldn’t be an
impossible choice.

For millions of Texans, a daily meal isn’t a choice between different dishes. It’s a choice between food and other crucial needs—like medicine, electricity, or childcare. This September, join us for Hunger Action Month by supporting Texas food banks and advocating for hunger solutions.

September is Hunger Action Month

This September, advocate for policy change to end hunger. As Congress debates the 2023 Farm Bill, it’s crucial we make Texans’ priorities known and demand legislation that strengthens federal nutrition programs like SNAP and TEFAP. You can also join the fight to end hunger by donating your time and money.

Send a letter to your Congress members calling for a strong 2023 Farm Bill.

Help get meals to Texas families facing hunger.

Facts about hunger

  • About 1 in 5 Texas children – and 1 in 8 Texans overall – experience food insecurity.
  • Forced to choose between food and other crucial needs, millions of people in Texas are paying to live life by sacrificing food.
  • Congress has a rare opportunity this year to fight hunger and improve the health of Texas families by passing a strong Farm Bill.
  • The Feeding Texas network will continue supporting our neighbors experiencing food insecurity by advocating for critical anti-hunger policy solutions and providing food to those in need.

September 15 is Hunger Action Day

Orange is the color of hunger. This Hunger Action Day, let’s stand together by wearing orange, turning our city landmarks orange, and raising our voices all across the country on behalf of the millions of people facing hunger.

You can make a difference by fundraising for your local food bank or for Feeding Texas.

Does someone you know need help?

We all need help sometimes. During the pandemic, more families are struggling than ever before. You can play an important role by letting your loves ones and neighbors know it’s okay to ask for help and sharing where they can find support.

Find your local food bank.