Hunger Facts & Stats: Brazos Valley

Food insecurity exists in every county in the country.

To learn more about hunger in Texas, please visit here.

To learn more about hunger in the U.S., please click here.

To learn more about local food insecurity rates in the Brazos Valley, explore data from Feeding America’s annual Map the Meal Gap project. Feeding America, the nation’s Food Bank Network, has published the Map the Meal Gap project since 2011.

Click on the County name below to access Map the Meal Gap data for that county.

Brazos     Burleson     Grimes     Madison     Robertson     Washington


The Face of Hunger in the Brazos Valley

As part of the Hunger in America 2014 national study, the Brazos Valley Food Bank collected responses to the Agency Survey from 44 partner agencies. The Brazos Valley Food Bank followed up with eight partner agencies, conducting site visits to complete the Client Survey portion of the study. While this data was incorporated into the national totals, it was also included in a report specifically for the Brazos Valley Food Bank to provide a snapshot of needs and services in the Brazos Valley. This executive summary highlights several significant selections of the local data for both agencies and clients.

Who is Accessing Food and Where do they Reside?

From 7/1/20-6/30/21, 41,653 Unique Individuals were Fed
(through a Food Bank supported partner or program)