Please Help Us Fill The Wagon


Please Help Us Fill The Wagon
Please join with the Fort Worth Police Department in Helping the Tarrant Area Food Bank feed those in need!

We will be collecting can goods for the Tarrant Area Food Bank on Saturday, June 30th from 9 am to 2 pm at Walmart, 7451 McCart Ave at Sycamore School Rd in Fort Worth TX.

You can also purchase your canned goods online at, Select 7451 McCart (76133) location (this is the only location participating), place your order, and note “To be picked up by FWPD Canned Food Drive”. Your order will need to be placed before 1 pm on June 30th with pickup anytime between 9 am and 2 pm on June 30th at the McCart store. First-time customers use code WOWFRESH and you will get $10 off if you order $50, or more. If you order online please send me a message through Nextdoor or email me at so that we will make sure we get your order picked up.

We appreciate your support and hope to see you there or receive your online order.

Here are some items the Food Bank can use.


As a provider of food to hunger-relief agencies in 13 counties, Tarrant Area Food Bank depends on donations from the food industry, community food drives, and individuals. Donations of food and non-food household products are needed all year.

Food and product accepted by Tarrant Area Food Bank include, but are not limited to, the following:

-Canned Protein (Tuna, Salmon, Chicken, Ham, Stew, Chili, etc.)
-Canned Fruit
-Canned Vegetables
-Dried Beans
-Boxed Pasta
-Canned Soups
-Dehydrated Soups
-Peanut Butter
-Boxed meal helpers
-Powdered Milk
-Toiletries (Shampoo, bath soap, toothbrushes, etc.)
-Laundry Soap
-Paper Goods
-Cleaning Products
-Feminine Products

* Although we can accept food industry donations of frozen and refrigerated food, we cannot accept such product from individuals or community food drives due to food safety guidelines requiring verification of continuous, uninterrupted refrigeration. Nonperishable foods of every kind are welcomed from individuals and community drives, as well as from the food industry.

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