Food Distribution Partner Agencies

What is a Partner Agency?

The Brazos Valley Food Bank partners with organizations throughout the Brazos Valley to provide food assistance to those in need. These partners are approved non-profit organizations or churches who run food pantries and onsite feeding programs.

 

Food Pantries

 

                  

Onsite Feeding Partners

What do our Partner Agencies look like?

The Brazos Valley Food Bank partners with 38 food pantries, emergency shelters, soup kitchens, and programs for youth, senior citizens, and the disabled to provide more than 6.8 million pounds of food to the community each year. In 2016, of the 38 partner agencies...

The Brazos Valley Food Bank gets it food from public and private donations, grocery store reclamation, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), wholesalers, and the Houston Food Bank. Food is distributed to approved Brazos Valley Food Bank partner agencies for a Shared Maintenance Fee of approximately $0.10/lb. The Shared Maintenance Fee helps the Brazos Valley Food Bank acquire, sort, store, refrigerate, and distribute this food.

 

Interested in Becoming a Partner Agency?

All partner agencies must be approved nonprofit organizations or churches and must meet a set of Minimum Standards.

Still have questions? Contact the Agency Relations Coordinator, Emily Van Horn, by emailing emilyv@bvfb.org or calling (979) 779-3663 ext. 110.

If you are interested in becoming a partner agency, please fill out the Partner Agency Interest Form!

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