Category Archives: Distributions

School’s Out, Hunger Happens.

For millions of families, however, the absence of free school meals or discounted lunches through the National School Meal Program is a cause for worry. If 44% of Hays County students qualified for these meals during the 2017-18 school year, (Texas Education Association) what does that mean for our local, low-income families?

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School’s Out, Hunger Happens.

For millions of families, however, the absence of free school meals or discounted lunches through the National School Meal Program is a cause for worry. If 44% of Hays County students qualified for these meals during the 2017-18 school year, (Texas Education Association) what does that mean for our local, low-income families?

Kids Should Eat Their Veggies

According to Feeding America, 8,690 children are food insecure in Hays County, meaning they do not always know when their next meal may be. Parents have been known to skip meals to ensure that their children can eat, but what

Kids Should Eat Their Veggies

According to Feeding America, 8,690 children are food insecure in Hays County, meaning they do not always know when their next meal may be. Parents have been known to skip meals to ensure that their children can eat, but what

HCFB Spring 2016 Communications Apprentice

Hays County Food Bank always has things happening daily. There’s a distribution weekly: Monday through Thursday and twice on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Last Tuesday was my second week as an intern for the food bank, and it was another eventful

HCFB Spring 2016 Communications Apprentice

Hays County Food Bank always has things happening daily. There’s a distribution weekly: Monday through Thursday and twice on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Last Tuesday was my second week as an intern for the food bank, and it was another eventful