Food Pantry

Eastfield College Food Pantry

The Eastfield College Food and Resource Pantry mission is to help eliminate food insecurities and hunger within the Eastfield Community by providing students, faculty, staff, and community members with non-perishable food and personal care items while respecting and maintaining the dignity of each individual we serve.

The Pantry is operated by the College’s Center for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity and provides through a partnership with North Texas Food Bank, donations, and volunteer efforts.

Steps to Shop With Us 

  1. Come to the table outside of C104 during the Food Pantry Hours
  2. Complete the TEFAP Form.pdf. *Only needs to be completed once a year, and Federal Income Eligibility Requirements.pdf must be met.
  3. Grab a reusable shopping bag & shop! All items are free once Federal Income eligibility is met.
  4. Come back and visit us next month! Each household is served once a month.

Food Pantry Donations

Items are always welcomed and needed in our Food Pantry. Our most common needs include: 

  • Pasta & Pasta Sauce
  • Peanut Butter
  • Boxed Meals/Meals in a Box (Hamburger Helper, Macaroni & Cheese, Dinner Mixes/Kits, Rice-A-Roni, Instant Mashed Potatoes, etc.)
  • Canned Meats (Chicken Breast, Tuna, etc.)
  • Canned Fruit
  • Cooking Oils
  • Travel-Sized Toiletries.

Locations for Donation Drop-Offs
Please drop off all donations to C145 (Center for Equity, Inclusion & Diversity) during Business Hours or during Food Pantry hours at the table outside of C104. At this time we are only accepting non-perishable items. We are not currently accepting clothing, school supplies, expired food, medication, or perishable items.

Volunteer Opportunities

The pantry is staffed solely by volunteers. Roles would include Food Pantry Organizing/Sorting and Food Pantry Support. If you can only attend for part of the shift, we still want your help! Just contact us to set it up. Click here to sign up.

Contact Us

Eastfield College Food Pantry

Location: Outside of C104
Hours: Tuesday 12-2pm and Wednesday 4-6pm
Email: Danae Bass, or Ashmi Patel,

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