COVID-19 Information:

As of 3/7/2022, the Brazos Valley Food Bank is mask free. This means mask wearing is no longer required for staff, volunteers, clients, or visitors; though anyone and everyone is welcome to wear one, but not required. Social distancing is no longer required.

If you have had known exposure to someone with COVID19, whether you are vaccinated or not, please do not visit the food bank and do follow CDC guidelines around exposure. If you experiencing illness, (i.e., fever, chills, coughing, shortness of breath, muscle or body aches, fatigue, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea or vomiting or diarrhea, runny nose or congestion) please do not visit the food bank until you are feeling well.

In the Brazos Valley Food Banks last fiscal year (July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021), many dedicated individuals and organizations, such as Texas A&M University student groups, the Junior League of Bryan-College Station, and local businesses volunteered a total of 14,301 hours with the Brazos Valley Food Bank.  To provide vital programs for those who face hunger in the Brazos Valley, the Brazos Valley Food bank relies heavily the time and talents of volunteers.  Volunteer activities range from assembling food-filled BackPacks for children, passing out food to individuals at a Mobile Food Pantry to participating in Nutrition Education programs with Brazos Valley Food Bank staff. 

Your service is vital in uniting our community to nourish our neighbors in need.

“I, and my group, had a lot of fun and learned a lot about the Food Bank!”    

“It's a great experience. It's a rewarding experience. You can come as you like!”

“You meet great people!”

Come out and be a part of making the Brazos Valley hunger free!