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WEBXTRA: TLL Temple Foundation partnering with East Texas Food Bank to provide food assistance

The TLL Temple Foundation in Angelina County is partnering up with the East Texas Food Bank to provide emergency food assistance this Thursday, March 26. The Foundation will be using their building at the corner of Lofton Street and Kurth Dr. to hand out boxes of emergency food. The event
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National Nutrition Month: 4

National Nutrition Month: Consult a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)

March is National Nutrition Month©.  Join the East Texas Food Bank and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in celebration by focusing on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. This week, the focus is on consulting a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.  Here
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Coronavirus fallout not limiting East Texas Food Bank supplies

Panic buying fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic is not hampering operations of the East Texas Food Bank because it buys food from cooperatives and manufacturers, CEO Dennis Cullinane said. (Read more from Longview News Journal)
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HEB Helping Donation

H-E-B donates $40K to East Texas Food Bank to aid coronavirus response

With the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, food banks across Texas are seeing a rise in demand for resources). To help fill that demand locally, H-E-B has given the East Texas Food Bank a $40,000 donation to continue its mission of fighting hunger and feeding hope. (Read more from KYTX CBS19)
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Nonprofit Helping

Non-profit agencies think outside the box when serving others during a pandemic

Non-profit agencies across Deep and East Texas are thinking outside the box when it comes to service during a pandemic. (Read and watch this story from KTRE)
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Cooking Matters

Cooking Matters class help ETFB empower families to make healthier choices

The East Texas Food Bank isn’t just helping feed people, they’re also helping families change the way they think about eating. Nutrition Education Manager Kinsey Jeffers teaches a 6-week course called Cooking Matters, that challenges participants to rethink the way they shop, cook and feed their families. “The first four
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