Our Mission

Leading the fight to end hunger in Galveston County

Our Purpose

When a local family is going through financial crisis or other obstacles, food is often the first necessity they seek. The Galveston County Food Bank provides easy access to nutritional food for the economically disadvantaged, under served populations of Galveston County through a network of participating charitable organizations, schools and food bank-managed programs focused on serving vulnerable populations. We also provide these individuals and families with resources beyond food, connecting them to other agencies and services that can assist with needs such as child care, job placement, family therapy, healthcare and other resources that can help get them back on their feet and on the path to recovery and/or self-sufficiency.

How To Get Involved

Make a Donation

Make a one-time gift or sign-up to be a recurring monthly donor! Everything helps.

Host a Food Drive

Drives can be conducted by any organization or dedicated group of hunger fighters!

Start a Fundraiser

Create a customizable fundraising page to help support the GCFB using JustGiving.


Give the gift of your time.

Everyday Ways to Help

Help raise funds by using AmazonSmile to shop, connect your grocery cards and more.

Be a Participating Agency

Become a food pantry, mobile or meal site.

Need Food Assistance?

Mobile Pantry

View locations and times of our mobile sites.

Find a Pantry

Find a location, get directions and more.

Community Resources

View contact information, locations, and other important resources.

Annual Events

Haunted Warehouse. Family friendly for all ages. Learn More.

Want to become a


Whether you’re a group or individual there are many opportunities to volunteer. View our registration process, FAQs and more.

Our Blog

By admin / May 17, 2022

Galveston County Food Bank Receives $50,000 from the Morgan Stanley Foundation to Increase Food Choices for Families

Texas City, TX – May 17, 2022 – Galveston County Food Bank announced today that it received a $50,000 grant...

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Meet our Volunteer Coordinator
By admin / January 14, 2022

Meet our Volunteer Coordinator

My name is Nadya Dennis and I am the Volunteer Coordinator for the Galveston County Food Bank!  I was born...

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Meet our Community Resource Navigator
By admin / July 12, 2021

Meet our Community Resource Navigator

My name is Emmanuel Blanco and I am the Community Resource Navigator for the Galveston County Food Bank. I was...

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By admin / June 30, 2021


It is officially SUMMER!   The word summer means different things to different people.     For kids summer may mean...

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Hindsight is 20/20
By admin / February 2, 2021

Hindsight is 20/20

Julie Morreale Development Coordinator Hindsight is 20/20, remains even truer after the past year we have all experienced. What would...

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