North Texas Food Bank Braces for ‘Hungriest Time of the Year'

5/17/2022 2:37:00 PM

The demand for help is already higher during the summer months, but the North Texas Food Bank is already seeing an increase in need because of inflation.

Summer is already the 'hungriest time of the year' and there's an increase in need because of inflation, did you know if you give to the ntfb right now your donation will be doubled? How you can help ➡️

The demand for help is already higher during the summer months, but the North Texas Food Bank is already seeing an increase in need because of inflation.

Peak demand last year was 10.The Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winning rapper shot half of the 'N95' video in Fort Worth.: A series examining the high cost of high growth in North Texas.Trust for Public Land annual ParkScore.

5 million to 11 million meals per month.It's now up to 12 million.It was a fun surprise for eagle-eyed fans to spot four different Cowtown backdrops: the Fort Worth Water Gardens, the Renzo Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Art Museum, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, and the Fort Worth Botanic Garden.Cunningham believes for the increase is"directly attributable to inflation.7% increase to $550,000, according to the MetroTex Association of Realtors." "Whenever they go to the grocery store, they're spending 30% more on food.The video dropped nearly two years later took Lee by surprise.And, they've not recovered yet from the economic impact of the pandemic.It has a database of local parks in nearly 14,000 cities and towns, providing information about access and acreage.

They're making it from week to week and so many are coming back to the food bank to continue to provide for their families," she said.Lee hopes it brings in new visitors to both the museum and to Fort Worth.Of the four largest counties, Dallas County saw the steepest decline in inventory with 2,067 active listings, down 31.With the approach of the busy summer months, a fundraising campaign is underway right now where every donation will be doubled."Many don't understand that the need in our community is extremely high."I feel it's a very exciting time to be here.We have more than 800,000 individuals that regularly don't know if they're gonna have nutritious meals on their table.The number of sales was down 7% from a year ago, but the dollar volume increased 13% to $4.And that includes 300,000 children," Cunningham said.He is the founder of Red Productions and was one of the producers on Lamar's video.

This article tagged under:.

Read more:
NBC DFW »
Loading news...
Failed to load news.

Kendrick Lamar's latest music video features iconic North Texas locationsYou may recognize a few iconic North Texas locations in Kendrick Lamar's latest music video.

These North Texas counties are still seeing double-digit home price gainsHome prices across North Texas are still quickly on the rise as demand remains strong despite higher mortgage rates.

This North Texas city ranks first in state, 15th nationally for parksPlano Parks and Recreation ranked first in Texas and 15th in the U.S. in the 2022 Trust for Public Land annual ParkScore.

North Texas organizations giving families baby formula as shortage continuesThe owner of one North Texas restaurant said customers stepped up to help him with COVID-hurt business. Now, he wants to return the favor. He was able to get baby formula from his food distributor and is giving it away to those in need. This is what community means!

North Park Music Fest brings over 40 bands, unique food and drinks to San Diego -SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A first-time event, the North Park Music Fest, is bringing over 40 bands for all-ages to enjoy music, drinks, food, and more from May 21-22 on the newly-built North Park Mini Park. The event takes place on 30th Street and North Park Way in the heart of one of San Diego’s trendiest neighborhoods. Hours for the...

Texas prisons cancel visitation following escape