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Hunger-Relief Kits Hunger-Relief Kits provide an opportunity for individuals or groups to assemble bags full of shelf-stable food items for people experiencing homelessness. These kits will be distributed to Tarrant Area Food Bank Partner Agencies in our 13-county service area. Hunger-Relief Kits are an ideal way to provide several healthy meals/snacks for this vulnerable, unsheltered population in our community. Groups may choose to host their own “assembly venues” or reservations can be made at Tarrant Area Food Bank on a space-available basis. Tours of TAFB can also be requested. It is strongly suggested that a mixture of the food items below be used to assemble small or large Hunger-Relief Kits. Each small Hunger-Relief Kit should weigh approximately 4 pounds. Each large Hunger-Relief Kit should weigh approximately 8 pounds. Please place the food items for each kit in a reusable or otherwise durable bag. Protein Beef jerky Peanut butter in plastic jars or packets (small or individual sizes) Canned soup or chili with pop-top Canned beans and wieners Canned meat with pop-top (ex: canned tuna, Vienna sausage) Pop-top/peel-back meal kits (ex: chicken salad/cracker kits) Packaged nuts or trail mix Protein bars Starches/Grains Crackers with peanut butter or cheese Chewy granola bars or breakfast bars Single-serve boxes of cereal Sleeve of crackers or rice cakes Fruits Individual cups of applesauce or fruits with plastic or pop-top Individual packets of dried fruit or fruit snacks Liquids Bottled water or sports drinks Canned fruit or vegetable juice with pop-top Shelf-stable milk, breakfast shakes or protein shakes If you would prefer to make a monetary donation in lieu of providing Hunger-Relief Kits, you may drop off your donation at TAFB or donate online at tafb.org/donate. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this volunteer opportunity.