Thank you for your interest in ending hunger in your community by partnering with the North Texas Food Bank!
Become a NTFB Partner Agency
As part of our 10-year plan to meet the current need for food assistance in our community, Partner Agencies will be chosen through a strategic selection process that includes the agency's capacity to distribute food and the food assistance needs in the agency's geographic area. Organizations should submit a pre-application to become a NTFB Partner Agency if your organization meets this basic list of requirements:
1. Serves clients in one of the following counties: Collin, Rockwall, Denton, Hunt, Ellis, Lamar, Grayson, Fannin, Navarro, Kaufman, Hopkins, Delta or Dallas
2. Holds current 501(c)3 status, must be serving clients for at least 6 months, self-supporting (have food sources other than NTFB and be able to provide own funds and staff), no fee requirements for clients, and must be serving an identified unmet need in your community.
3. Other requirements may be identified at the time of your application completion.
Our Partnership Pre-Screening and Application cycle information is listed below:
| Pre-Screen Cycle (only open during the months listed below)
|January - March
|July - September
|*Pre-Screened applicants will be selected and notified that they will proceed to the next phase of the application process*
|Click here to access the Partnership Pre-Screening link. **No pre-screen applications will be accepted outside of cycle months listed above**
| Partnership Application Cycle (only open during the months listed below)
|April - June
|October - December
|*This application is sent out to those that have submitted a pre-screen application and met the requirements above.*
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
Become a Community Distribution Partner
NTFB partners with two local organizations who serve as NTFB Hubs: Crossroads Community Services and Sharing Life Community Outreach. Our Hubs are certified to redistribute NTFB food to smaller organizations, known as Community Distribution Partners, so that they can in turn distribute it their clients/residents. This unique model allows smaller organizations to provide high-quality food assistance at the lowest possible cost, while helping to fulfill the need for food assistance in high-need communities.
If your organization serves a smaller population or doesn’t have proper storage, then you should consider partnering with one of our Hubs.
Sharing Life Community Outreach
If you are currently serving the following zip codes in Northeast Dallas County, you may consider collaborating with Sharing Life Community Outreach about becoming a Community Distribution Partner. Click here to view more information about Sharing Life Community Outreach.
Crossroads Community Outreach
If you are currently serving clients in Dallas County, you may consider collaborating with Crossroads Community Services about becoming a Community Distribution Partner. Click here to view more information about Crossroads Community Services.
If you are interested in learning more how to establish a food pantry, we invite you to review our Fighting Hunger 101 document for helpful information and tips.
If you are a staff member at a local school interested in serving your students in need, the NTFB Food 4 Kids program might be a great fit for you. Food 4 Kids provides backpacks full of nonperishable, kid-friendly food to students in need. Learn more information about this opportunity here.