Providing Meals to Families

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for obtaining access to food. Food Donation Drop-Off is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.



Showcase of Food Access Work

Supplemental Emergency
Food Access Network

Since May 5th we have provided over 3000 meals and continue to provide meals weekly. 

We are thankful for this initiative which is intended for community members impacted by COVID-19.

Our goal is to proivde meals to those;

  • that lack resources

  • that cannot prepare their own food

  • under quarantine

  • that are ill or immunocompromised

  • that are elderly or in assisted living facilities

  • with disabilities

  • that lacking transportation

  • that recently arrived in the community, including immigrants.

Sign up if you are interested in helping with distributions. 


Pinaki Project

We are excited about the opportunity to align forces with a landowner willing to donate his property help address food access in part of Del Valle.
Our initiatives here is to collaboration and voice our strong support for this project by speaking to elected representatives and departments within Travis County and the City of Austin.  We will ask that they prioritize the creation of this opportunity to address food access as soon as possible and in some cases create a plan to ensure this is sustainable.
It will be up to the departments and representatives to ensure the space is adequate, sustainable, and safe for our community. We believe that key departmental staff will need to work directly with you to develop a feasible, sustainable plan to address food access. The DVCC stands as an advocacy group to support the partnership between the landowner and the City of Austin/Travis County.


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