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FISCAL YEAR 2004

FISCAL YEAR 2005

DIFFERENCE 14.23%

*POUNDS OF FOOD DISTRIBUTED:

27,904,789

31,876,174

MEMBER AGENCIES:

400

400

0

**NUMBER OF FAMILIES SERVED THROUGH FOOD PANTRY SYSTEM

651,487

597,836

-8.24%

**NUMBER OF MEALS/SNACKS SERVED THROUGH SOUP KITCHEN AND SHELTER SYSTEM

6,360,789

5,732,249

-9.88%

VOLUNTEER HOURS

42,148

60,040

42.45%

BECAUSE OF THE LOYAL SUPPORT FROM INDIVIDUALS, CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS, THE NORTH TEXAS FOOD BANK ACHIEVED LANDMARK MILESTONES IN THE FIGHT TO END HUNGER IN NORTH TEXAS DURING ITS 23RD YEAR:

*These figures include product distribution to other America’s Second Harvest food banks. **These figures exclude product distribution to other America’s Second Harvest food banks.

Retailers and Wholesalers

In Our 72,000 Square-Foot Facility We:

Manufacturers and Growers

Receive, store and distribute excess food inventories and government commodities

Receive, inspect, sort and distribute reclamation food/products

800+ Food Sources

ntxfoodbank.org

400+ Hunger-Relief Member Agencies

Direct Services (Food For Families and Food 4 Kids)

Kids Cafes

Federal and State Food Commodities

Supply food to hundreds of hunger-relief Agencies in North Texas

Shelters and Soup Kitchens

Prepared Foods from Restaurants, Corporate Caterers

and Food Service

Focus on food quality and nutrition

Food Pantries

DALLAS

Individual and Corporate Canned Food Drives

Operate above health inspection and compliance standards

What’s Needed: Money Food Volunteers

Long-term Care, Adult and Child Day Care

32+ Million Pounds of Food Distributed Annually (25 million meals)

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