Eat What You Want Day

On May 11, we celebrate National Eat What You Want Day! 

While fun to have breakfast for dinner or let the kids decide what to prepare for lunch, many people don’t have a choice and will take anything. This is an opportunity to give what you would eat for the day to someone who really needs a good meal or just make a simple donation. We recommend helping the Central Texas Food Bank to give back to those who are food insecure and could use a little help.

Established in 1981, the Central Texas Food Bank (formerly the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas) provides food and grocery products to 250 Partner Agencies in 21 Central Texas counties. The Food Bank service area covers 19,604 square miles in Central Texas. The mission of the Central Texas Food Bank is to nourish hungry people and lead the community in ending hunger. Food and grocery products distributed by the Food Bank go to human and social service agencies. These Partner Agencies provide hot meals served on-site or groceries to families and individuals in need. The Food Bank distributed 64.5 million pounds of food in its last fiscal year.

From Charity Navigator