Our Mission: To alleviate hunger and give hope to the hungry.
The South Plains Food Bank, inc. is a humanitarian organization dedicated to serving West Texas by providing those who experience food insecurity with a helping hand. The South Plains Food Bank, inc. also extends opportunities for community members to both engage in service, as well as for employment within an environment that promotes community interaction and is enthusiastic about aiding the conclusion of the poverty cycle.
As a subdivision of Feeding America and Feeding Texas, the South Plains Food Bank is a community-based organization with the resources of a national campaign, currently employing more than 9,000 volunteers per year, with annual volunteer hours totaling over 40,000, and an outreach that extends through 20 counties in West Texas. South Plains Food Bank is appreciative to the many volunteers who help make our mission statement a reality.
Food Bank Operations:
The mission of the Food Bank Operations Division is to provide food for area hungry while preserving human dignity and offering self-sufficiency opportunities and maintaining and growing the donor base for food and funds through partnerships at every level.
Farm, Orchard, and GRUB Operations:
The mission of the Farm, Orchard, and GRUB Division is to combat hunger by growing fresh produce and by teaching others in order to achieve personal, economic, and community self-sufficiency.