The Longview Mobile Pantry distribution for Friday, June 14th at Gregg County Fairgrounds has been CANCELED.

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East Texas Food Bank Announces David Emerson as new Chief Executive Officer

The East Texas Food Bank (ETFB) announced today that David Emerson has been named the new Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased that David will become our sixth CEO in our 35 year history,” said Jeff Johnston, chair of the ETFB board. “We wanted someone who understands food banking and
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East Texas Food Bank receives donation to help with summer food program

Thirty-eight thousand pounds of mixed goods will be delivered to The East Texas Food Bank, located at 3201 Robertson Road on Thursday, June 1 at 9 a.m. The 25 pallets of food weighing more than 38,000 pounds are being donated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to
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East Texas Food Bank Announces the Retirement of CEO Dennis Cullinane

The East Texas Food Bank (ETFB) announced today that the Chief Executive Officer Dennis Cullinane is retiring at the end of the ETFB’s fiscal year on June 30, 2023. “The ETFB board is very thankful for the 13 years of service Dennis has provided,” said Jeff Johnston, chair of the
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East Texas Food Bank to offer new Mobile Pantry in Daingerfield

The East Texas Food Bank (ETFB) will offer a new farmer’s market style Mobile Pantry on the first Wednesday of every month with fresh produce in Daingerfield in Morris County, from 10-11:30 a.m. beginning June 7th, at the Church on the Rock located at 909 Linda Dr. “In Morris County,
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East Texas Food Bank begins Free Summer Food Program

The East Texas Food Bank kicks off the free Summer Food Program on Tuesday, June 6 at 34 East Texas locations so children will not go hungry during the summer break. “The Summer Food Program began in 2005 to fill the meal gap left when the school year ends and
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Walmart and Sam’s Club Continue Their Commitment to Addressing Food Insecurity in East Texas through the Fight Hunger. Spark Change. Campaign

Rising food prices, continued supply chain disruptions and the end of pandemic-related federal emergency support programs are affecting the charitable food system as well as millions of people in America, with nearly 34 million people, including more than 9 million children, facing hunger. For the 10th straight year, all U.S.
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