Neighborhood Needs continues to serve our community in Southwest Fort Worth. In fact, we have seen an increased need as more people continue to lose their jobs. On Saturday April 4th, the Mobile Food Pantry served 361 families and on April 11th, Neighborhood Needs served 200 families! A new "drive-up" distribution system allows Neighborhood Needs clients to get their food safely and efficiently while remaining in their cars .
Rich Briggs and Becky McDaniel continue to advocate for Neighborhood Needs by managing incoming Tarrant Area Food Bank deliveries and organizing volunteers. We are thankful for our local partners and the way they serve by providing volunteers and monetary support. See below for a full list of churches and organizations that partner with Neighborhood Needs.
For those who are not part of our partner churches but wish to volunteer, please visit the TAFB Neighborhood Needs Page: Neighborhood Needs Volunteer Signup
For updates, follow the Neighborhood Needs Facebook Page
Neighborhood Needs Partners:
Life.Church, St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, Genesis United Methodist Church, Hallmark Baptist Church, Trademark Christian Church, Christ Lutheran Church, Trinity Chapel Bible Church, Hulen Street Church, Christ United Methodist Church, Southwest Christian School, Pregnancy Lifeline, North Crowley High School, Sikh Community of DFW, Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints, Southwest High School