Food Facts


During 2015, The Caring Place distributed 914,677 pounds of food to area families through food programs. Utilizing the conversion formula provided by the Central Texas Food Bank (CTFB) in Austin of 1.2 pounds of food equaling one meal, The Caring Place provided 762,231 meals to area families in 2015.

The Food Pantry is the largest of the food programs administered by The Caring Place. In 2015, the Food Pantry provided 601,685 pounds of food to 17,191 individuals.

Families depend on The Caring Place to help them put food on the table and may qualify to receive a food order once in 30 days.

A ten-day emergency food order weighs about 35 pounds, and has an equivalent retail value of $59.50 per person.

The Caring Place provided 202,121 pounds of fresh produce impacting 19,588 people through Fresh Food For Families.

Four-hundred-four seniors received supplemental groceries once a month through our Healthy Options Program for the Elderly (HOPE) Program  totaling 36,282 pounds.

The Caring Place receives food for the Food Pantry from the CTFB and from community food drives.

Cash donations are accepted in lieu of food, and are used to purchase needed perishables from HžEžB and CTFB.

CTFB statistics reflect that one in six families in Central Texas experience food insecurity.

Help us help families in Georgetown and rural Williamson County through your continued support of the Food Pantry.

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