With rising concerns over the spread of COVID-19 nationwide, The South Plains Food Bank is taking steps to ensure the well-being of our staff, volunteers and those we serve. As part of this, the FRONT LOBBY WILL ONLY ALLOW UP TO 5 PEOPLE AT A TIME. We will be implementing additional protocols that go into effect Wednesday, March 18, and remain in place until April 15th at the earliest.

The new protocols for the SPFB are as follows:

  • The overall capacity of the building has been reduced
  • Anyone entering the building experiencing ANY symptoms of illness (cough, congestion, fever, etc.) are to remain home
  • Staff will ask any person exhibiting signs of illness to go home
  • All persons who have or are close to someone who has visited a country on the CDC watch list (wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel) must stay home
  • People that are part of an at-risk population (older adults and those with serious chronic medical conditions) or anyone with regular contact with a person who is a higher risk of getting very sick from COVID-19 should remain home
  • Volunteers must be at least 18 years or older
  • Upon your arrival in our building, please wash your hands or use hand sanitizer
  • Please note that we will be limiting social distance, including handshaking, as a means of decreasing the possibility of transmission
  • A food voucher only guarantees a dry box and frozen box. We will do our best to supply extras as we get them.

To Enter the Building, please TEXT Denise at


  • Your Name
  • Reason for visit
  • She will text you back instructions asap


The South Plains Food Bank is deeply grateful to the community we serve and ask that the guidelines be followed. We will take every precaution possible to protect your health. Any person with questions or concerns should contact Meagan Bratton at mbratton@spfb.org or (806) 589-5917 for more information.

People are encouraged to visit the CDC’s website on COVID-19 for more information on the virus, who is at a higher risk, and how to prevent its spread. Visit cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html.

Coronavirus Updates from SPFB:

In preparation for the potential increased levels of food insecurity attributed to COVID-19, we’ve launched our #WeFeedLBK campaign; designed to encourage individuals to Give Time, Give Funds, and Give Hope to the community during this time of elevated need.

Click the link below to donate funds, or visit Volunteer@spfb.org to learn more about donating your time.

SPFB Children's Feeding Locations

South Plains Food Bank will be distributing Grab & Go Lunches at these locations from 12-12:30 p.m.

  • Hodges Community Center
  • Maxey Community Center
  • Mae Simmons Park
  • Boston Creek Apartments

Other Community Resources