Bandera, TX
Food Pantries

Food pantries give free food to local residents. There are 4 food pantries in the Bandera area.

1 Miles Away

Bandera , TX 78003

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Two great things you can give your children: one is roots, the other is wings.
-- Hodding Carter

Hill Country Daily Bread

20 Miles Away

234 W Bandera Rd #133
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 249-0025

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HCDBM serves the community in poverty and need by mobilizing their Partner Outreach Ministry volunteers (including over 84 churches and community partners) to share resources and training to support those in poverty. HCDBM provides direct and effective personal assistance (a Family and Student Mentor Volunteer) that attacks the underlying problems of generational and situational poverty by providing one to one personal relationships that grow in faith. HCDB provides resources and opportunites for life changing relationships that transform individual lives through the loving provision of their Lord Jesus Christ.

The Resource Program Grocery Box: Twice a month canned food, bread, deserts, non-perishables and produce are delivered to the homes of families and individuals in need, by family mentors from their Chruch Outreach Partners, embraching over 900 familes and over 2800 individuals within the greater Hill Country community. Resource Connection: Clothing/Furniture and Household items are provided to families in their programs with specific needs. Hill Country Baby & Silver Crown: Babies, toddlers, elderly and disabled individuals are provided with diapers, Depends and wipes so as to alleviate health hazards caused by lack of resources. The Thanksgiving Box: A complete Thanksgiving dinner is provided and delivered to all families within their programs by their Church Outreach Family Mentor volunteer. Christmas Toy/Easter Basket Projects: Families are supplied with seasonal gifts to give to their children. Kingdom Kids Club: Christian Books and Bibles, inspirational books and literary materials are provided to each child every other month(for over 1800 children), distributed and followed up by their Church Outreach Family Mentor. WE CAN! Student Mentoring Program: Provides at-risk youth with one-to-one long-term relationships with Christian Mentors, that lead to educational success and a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Volunteer Ministry and "Cross" Training: Adult and youthful (ages 6 to 18) are provided with the means to give of themselves to those in need. Training seminars in evangelism, generational poverty and family mentorship to accompany their participation in leadership and service opportunities through their envolvement in their projects are also provided to over 800 community volunteers.Program:Family Mentoring Resource ProgramBudget: $397,038Category: Food, Agriculture & NutritionPopulation Served: General Public/Unspecified Program Description: Over 2800 families (embracing over 8400 individuals of all ages and with various needs) are provided with food, clothing, personal hygiene, furniture, household goods and a family mentor that visits them every two weeks in their home. The family mentor becomes their community connection to programs from other agencies and to government affiliated programs. The Family Mentor brings more than a box because they bring the hope, peace and transformation of Christ to each family they serve.

No man should be shamefaced through his work, to give back to the world a portion of its lost heart.
-- Louise Bogan

San Antonio Food Bank

38 Miles Away

5200 Old Highway 90 W
San Antonio, TX 78227
(210) 337-3663

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The mission of the San Antonio Food Bank is to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy. In addition to food distribution, the San Antonio Food Bank provides numerous programs that not only solve the immediate problems of hunger, but help individuals and families gain long-term food security.

Support for their programs comes from a variety of sources. Gifts from Individuals, Grants from Foundations, Workplace Giving Campaigns, and Corporate Sponsorship and Cause-Related Marketing are all sources from which they receive generous financial support. These funds used to carry out their mission of feeding hungry people in America.

Ever notice that people never say "It's only a game" when they're winning?
-- Ivern Ball

Sky Cross, Inc.

38 Miles Away

7302 Putter Ln
San Antonio, TX 78244
(210) 661-6808

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Sky Cross was founded in the summer of 1995 with the objective of providing basic food (98%)and some medical supplies(2%)to very poor families and orphans through established missionaries on the Texas-Mexico border area. The missionaries then use their resources for education, especially the children. This combination has proven to be very successful in combating continual poverty. Everyone who works for or with Sky Cross does not receive a salary or monetary gift, so that 100% of all donations are spent directly for food and medical supplies, unless a donor requests otherwise. All expenses are paid by Sky Cross volunteers.

Sky Cross currently serves in forty three locations along the Texas-Mexico border. There are 24 full time missionary volunteers who serve with Sky Cross, and who oversee the distribution of the food and medical supplies to families and orphan children. Sky Cross operates in Nuevo Progresso, Mexico (across the river from Progreso, TX) where some 300 families are assisted; in the McAllen, TX "colonia" of Monte Cristo where approximately 400 families are assisted; in Reynosa, MX some 300 families and a migrant house are provided food; in Laredo, TX where they help feed & clothe over 1000 people per month; in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico where they provide food and clothing for 2 orphanages and a refugee home; the "Direcho Humanos" colonia of some 6000 people in Matamoros, Mexico(across the river from Brownsville, TX) where over 300 families are assisted; in several other colonias in and near Matamoros, Mexico, where they provide food and medical supplies for another 500 families; in Eagle Pass, TX-Piedras Negras, Mexico where they serve 4 orphanages, several colonias,a home for physically and mentally challenged children, a village one and one half hours west of Piedras Negras, Mexico, and a nursing home near Aiende, Mexico and many mining villages from two and a half hours to 4 and one hours west of Piedras Negras; in Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, where they provide food for a refugee home which serves up to 150 people per day. Sky Cross also serves another large migrant center in Saltillo, MX with food and food for the very poor people of Puebla, MX. Their missionaries estimate that Sky Cross serves some 30,000 people in the 43 locations.

It's not easy being green.
-- Kermit The Frog