Harvest Regional Food Bank hits the road again next Wednesday to distribute 500 emergency food boxes to Texas residents only on Wednesday, March 2, 2022,  starting at 8:30 AM. The location will be T&P Trail Head Park Pavilion, #1 Trail Head Park Plaza, New Boston, TX.

The distribution will last until approximately 11:30 AM or until all boxes have been distributed. Recipients are asked to please enter the Festival Grounds Entrance from the SE Front St.

Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank
Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank
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Limitations are one box per household,  2 households per vehicle. The next  Mobile Pantry scheduled for New Boston Residents will be June 15.

New Thing Alert

Harvest Regional Food Bank is now using an electronic registration system for our Mobile Pantries. This should help their check-in system go smoother and faster, they ask that please pre-register by using this link.

“With the recent rise in hunger, it’s more important than ever that Harvest meet the needs of our food-insecure families where they are,” says Camille Coker Wrinkle, CEO/Executive Director. “Our goal is to continue making sure families have the food they need, even during this challenging time.”

Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank
Credit: Harvest Regional Food Bank
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Precautions are still in place against the Coronavirus, Harvest is taking every measure to ensure the safety of its staff, volunteers and recipients. Mobile pantries are now operating as “drive-thru” distributions, with food boxes being loaded directly into vehicles. Recipients will not be allowed to exit the vehicle or park to pick up food.

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