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Nov
22
Fri
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 22 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

Nov
23
Sat
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 23 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

Hay Fundraiser Bake Sale @ Hay Fundraiser Bake Sale
Nov 23 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Hay Fundraiser Bake Sale

We are holding a bake sale to raise hay money for Panhandle Safe Hayven Equine Rescue on Saturday, November 23. It will be at the Tractor Supply on I 27 from 10 to? Lotsa goodies just in time for Thanksgiving! Come see us, and help us help the horses! DONATIONS OF BAKED GOODS AND FEED MONEY GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED!!!
Terri Gammage
806-681-5161

THE NUTCRACKER BALL @ THE NUTCRACKER BALL
Nov 23 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Nutcracker Ball

THE NUTCRACKER BALL
November 23, 2019
6:00 p.m. @ Heritage Grand Ball Room
Tickets $150 each
Tables (sponsorships) $1000, $2500, $5000 and $10,000

Tickets and tables are filling up quickly!
For more information call, text or email
Audrey Wallace @ 317-448-6434 or wallacewalls@aol.com

Call the office to get yours today.
806-372-2463

Thank you.
Audrey

Nov
24
Sun
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 24 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

Nov
25
Mon
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 25 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

Mission Amarillo Luncheon @ Mission Amarillo Luncheon
Nov 25 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Mission Amarillo Luncheon
We would like to personally invite you to our Kickoff Luncheon! This luncheon will be short and sweet, and is taking the place of our banquet this year. Come, enjoy some delicious food, and learn about Mission Amarillo. Please RSVP to bailey@missionamarillo.org by Nov. 18 if you would like to attend.

We are participating in The Panhandle Gives this year that is facilitated by The Amarillo Area Foundation. The Panhandle Gives is an opportunity for your donation to be multiplied through the amplification fund! The amplification fund is made up of generous donations from area businesses. Through the campaign, we will be awarded a percentage of this amplification fund depending on how much we receive during that week.

Nov
26
Tue
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 26 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

Nov
27
Wed
United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank @ United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
Nov 27 all-day

United Scan Tag Campaign

United Scan Tag Campaign Benefiting High Plains Food Bank
• Runs Nov. 22-Dec. 8
o (1-day break Dec. 3 for Giving Tuesday to benefit the Panhandle Gives, which HPFB is also participating in)
• Make a donation at any United, Amigos, and Market Street store across the Texas Panhandle
o The United Family will match the first $10,000
• 100% of your donation is directed to High Plains Food Bank
• No purchase necessary! This is a great way for the people in our rural communities to offer an end of year gift to HPFB

About High Plains Food Bank
High Plains Food Bank’s mission is to alleviate hunger in the Texas Panhandle. HPFB secures, processes, stores and distributes food to more 185 partner agencies, across the top 29 counties in Texas. These food pantries provide a network to provide food assistance directly to the 1 in 7 local people who struggle with food insecurity, including 1 in 5 children. In 2018, HPFB distributed 8.25 million pounds of food, an amount equal to the all-time record set in 2017.
To combat food insecurity and improve the overall health of clients we serve, HPFB provides a variety of community programs, including: Kids Cafe, Direct Mobile Distribution, a senior adult food program (CSFP), and nutrition education through The Garden at High Plains Food Bank. HPFB can also help individuals with applying for SNAP, CHIP, and Medicaid. In addition to fighting hunger and supporting better health, food banking decreases waste by distributing food that would otherwise go uneaten to people who need it. *High Plains Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider.
Thank you,
Tina Brohlin | Communications & Marketing Manager
High Plains Food Bank
815 Ross St
Amarillo TX 79102
806.350.1435 – Direct
806.679.4159 – Mobile
806.374.8562 – Office
tina@hpfb.org

WTAMU Communication Group: Aphasia Support Group @ WTAMU Communication Group: Aphasia Support Group
Nov 27 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

WTAMU Communication Group: Aphasia Support Group
WT Clinic 806-651-5101
@wtamu.edu