Thank you for your interest in becoming a partner with us! You will be joining an elite group of over 160 agencies seeking to actively make a difference throughout our 19-county service area. The partner agency network provides food assistance through a variety of programs such as: voucher program, pantries, on-site feeders, and mobile pantries.

 Through our distribution partners, the South Plains Food Bank serves more than 9,000 families in need every month. Each partner agency is designated a 501(c)3 organization. Only authorized agencies may qualify to partner with the South Plains Food Bank. Authorized agencies include: churches, social service organizations, shelters, and soup kitchens. 

 The SPFB reserves the right to refuse services to any organization that does not meet the minimum requirements of the SPFB, does not correlate with its mission statement, or does not abide by the SPFB’s policies and procedures.



Benefits include:

  • Support from SPFB social services outreach staff to help your clients access long-term solutions to hunger
  • Free annual Agency Relations Conference
  • Credibility in the community
  • Networking with SPFB partner agencies


To receive an Agency Partner Application,
please email Trine Solis-Jackson at






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