Who We Are

The Montgomery County Food Bank’s mission is to unite the community to fight hunger.  Last year we were able to provide over 11 million nutritional meals through our vast network of over 70 partner pantries, local school districts, and community partners. We work in partnership with retailers and wholesalers to provide a solution for food waste by rescuing food that would otherwise go to the landfill. As a part of our green initiatives program, we operate an onsite Produce Rescue Center that allows us to distribute fresh fruits and vegetables which emphasizes the importance of sustainability and promote healthy food choices.  Our vision of a community where everyone has access to sufficient, nutritious food is possible through the support of our volunteers and our community and corporate partners.

The Montgomery County Food Bank is a 501(c) (3) Non-Profit Organization with a four-star rating from Charity Navigator, member of the Texas Food Bank Network, a partner with the Houston Food Bank, and a certified member of Feeding America.

Montgomery County History

Brief History

MCFB was established in 1985 under the passionate vision of it’s founder Betty Hardy from the trunk of her car and has grown to meet the increasing needs of the community.  The first warehouse was purchased in 2007 through a community development grant.  Until July 2014, the 9,000 square foot facility was home to MCFB.  In 2014 we moved into a 60,000 square foot operation which is our current home at 1 Food For Life Way, Conroe TX 77385.

Member of the MC foodbank Team

Our Team

The Montgomery County Food Bank is leading the fight against hunger in Montgomery county. Our staff is the best at coming together to solve hunger in our community.

Community

Food Bank Gallery

See us in action! The gift of your time truly makes a difference in the lives of those we serve together in Montgomery County. View our image gallery to see how we work in and around our community!

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Partner Agencies

We provide the most cost-effective way for agencies to access the greatest variety of food and necessities in volume. Our member agencies are able to use more of their funds to provide services to their clients.

Montgomery County Food Bank serves an average of 35,000+ individuals each month.