Address: 1514 Shiloh Ave Bryan, TX 77803 View Map
Phone: (979) 779-3663
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About Us

The Brazos Valley Food Bank is a central distribution site in the Brazos Valley that unites food donors, volunteers and hunger-relief agencies. The Brazos Valley reclaims then distributes surplus food to local pantries, non-profit organizations and church-sponsored pantries, then in turn, brings nourishment and hope to our neighbors in need.

Visit us online at www.bvfb.org

 

Information for Moms

Hosting food drives are a great way to help through your school, church, or organization you belong to. Watch the video for more information or contact the Brazos Valley Food Bank.(Full Story)
The Texas Food Stamp Program is now called SNAP and stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.(Full Story)
What's the difference between Medicaid and the Women's Health Program? Watch the video for more information.(Full Story)
Volunteering at the Brazos Valley Food Bank is a good way to give back to the community and meet some new people and see new faces. Watch the video for more information(Full Story)
We often relate "hunger" to starvation, but in the U.S. it's more like "food insecurity". Not every American knows where their next meal is going to come from. Watch the video for more information, or contact the Brazos Valley Food Bank for more information.(Full Story)
What's the difference between a food bank and a food pantry? Watch the video for more information.(Full Story)
If you grow your own vegetable garden chances are after you've shared with your family, friends, and co-workers you still have left overs. (Full Story)
According to the Brazos Valley Food Bank, hunger is on the increase in BCS. Theresa Mangapora with the Brazos Valley Food Bank spoke with Mom's Everyday contributor Crystal Galny about options available for families. Watch the video in the story for more information.(Full Story)
One step closer to their goal. The Brazos Valley Food Bank received $100,000 from HEB Wednesday to go towards their capital campaign.(Full Story)
Over fifty percentage of the Brazos Valley Food Bank's budget comes from the public. Theresa Mangapora from the food bank talks with Mom's Everyday contributor Crystal Galtny. Watch the video for more information.(Full Story)

Brazos Valley Food Bank FAQ

Q: I need assistance with food. What can I do?
A:
Call 2-1-1 for help or call 779-FOOD and the food bank staff can give you information about food pantries that can help in your area.

Q: I want to volunteer. How can I get involved?
A:
Visit our website, www.bvfb.org, click on Get Involved on the left.

Q: I want to learn more about food stamps. Who can I call?
A:
You can call your local HHSC office, call 2-1-1 or call the Food Bank. Ask for Mioshre Ext 105.

Q: How and where can I donate food to BVFB?
A:
Visit our website, www.bvfb.org, click on Donate on the left. Click on Food Donations.

Q: I want to make a monetary donation to BVFB. How can I do that?
A:
Visit our website, www.bvfb.org, click on Donate on the left. You can learn here how to donate by mail, in person, or online.