Texans know when to step up. It’s that simple. So when the country was rocked this past spring & summer by the surge of COVID-19, Grubbs Volvo Cars of Grapevine was able to assess the needs of some of the most vulnerable Texans and send help where it was needed the most. Maybe it’s a coincidence that the first Grubbs automotive location was attached to the Grubbs Family grocery store, but making sure Texans could have access to one of life’s most basic needs has been a priority for Grubbs, 70 years in the making.Continue reading
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TAFB’s Mega Mobile Market, which is a large-scale food distribution event that will be held weekly through the month of November. Each family will receive approximately 100 pounds of high-quality produce, meat, dairy and groceries. Last Friday, TAFB held a successful Mega Mobile Market at Herman Clark Stadium, which served 1,700 families. The goal for this week’s return market is to serve 1,750 families.
Tarrant Area Food Bank’s annual Empty Bowls fundraiser returns on Wednesday, May 1 with new restaurants, art demonstrations and more. The event takes place from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1 at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in Fort Worth. Tickets are now on sale at tafb.org.
With each ticket purchase, guests can select a bowl handcrafted by local artists and sample soups, desserts and other small bites from local restaurants and chefs. New restaurants include Snooze an A.M. Eatery, Righteous Foods and several others. Many Fort Worth favorites are also returning. View the full list on the event page at tafb.org. Continue reading
The North Texas Food Bank will host its 20th annual Empty Bowls fundraiser, presented by Kroger, on March 5 at their new distribution center in Plano, the Perot Family Campus.
In addition to soup and other bowl-friendly fare from more than 20 North Texas restaurants, attendees can select a handcrafted bowl from some of Texas’ finest artist as a memento of the day. Guests can also enjoy live entertainment, a silent auction, and more. Continue reading