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Food Bank RGV
724 North Cage Blvd.
P.O. Box 6251
McAllen, TX 78502
T: 956-682-8101 F: 956-682-7921
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Being on the border and having access to locally grown produce and imports from Mexico and South America, the Food Bank RGV is able to mitigate food waste and help donors provide a variety of fresh produce to struggling families.
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The Food Bank RGV is there for families with food relief to help them make it through trying times. We are always looking for volunteers to help us.
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The Food Bank RGV is much more than a charitable organization committed to feed hungry families here in the South Texas, it also has a mission to educate our community on how to eat healthier. One way is through our Community Garden and Pharrmers Market.
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With the national average for 2015 being $825, we can easily see that the Valley is one of the lowest paying regions of the country. That's why the Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley is critically needed for families living in poverty.
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Spring is an eternal time of renewal. Some of our rituals include spring cleaning and observing spiritual celebrations. Between those time-honored events and spring break and the RGV Livestock Show, there's not much time to do much else. Or is there?
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Helping the Food Bank RGV by making a worthwhile New Year's resolution.
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Hunger doesn't take a break for many working families that need food assistance from the Food Bank RGV. Please, remember that we need your help. We'll be waiting for you in spring, summer and of course next holiday season!
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Food Insecurity is a term that means "consistent access to adequate food is limited by a lack of money and other resources at times during the year." The Food Bank RGV is teaching hundreds of local families how to cook healthier and make better choices on a budget.
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More than 600 bags containing assorted canned and packaged food items have been made and/or delivered to flood victims in and around the Edinburg area.
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