Team Up with Harvest, and We Can Take Down Hunger

Team Up with Harvest, and We Can Take Down Hunger

Nonprofit food assistance in Texarkana

From our facility in Texarkana, AR, Harvest Regional Food Bank partners with agencies throughout the area to distribute food to families in need. Across our 10-county service area, we have teamed up with dozens of food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and schools that are looking to support the community and the fight against hunger.

You can find an agency near you by viewing the information below. We'd like to thank our current member agencies for all their hard work and help toward ending hunger in our communities.

Where to go to get food

Click on one of the counties below to find food assistance in your area.

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