From providing fresh groceries, and free, nutritious meals after school and in the summer, we are fighting to end hunger in our city.
The Food Pantry operates on a first-come, first-served basis with no pre-registration required. We are open to all zip codes. Neighbors can pick up groceries at our Pantry once every two weeks.
Tuesday – Friday
9 am – 3 pm
CitySquare Opportunity Center
1610 S Malcolm X Blvd, Bldg. 350, Dallas TX 75226
We provide a mix of:
Canned goods (fruit, vegetable, meat),
Fresh fruits and vegetables,
Bakery items (breads and pastries)
NOTE: All items are based on our donated inventory and change daily.
The Mobile Food Pantry is no longer accepting applications. For other resources please see below.
You are always welcome to visit the CitySquare Food Pantry, located at 1610 S. Malcolm X Blvd, Dallas, TX 75226. Our hours are... Tuesdays to Fridays from 9AM - 3PM (closed on Mondays).
If you are unable to visit our Food Pantry, someone else may pick up your groceries. They will need to bring your ID to be signed up as a certified proxy.
To find your closest food pantry, please visit
To find North Texas’s Mobile Food Pantry locations, please visit
For more help, please dial 211. This is a direct call service to help the elderly, the disabled, and those with a personal crisis to get help finding food, paying bills, finding child care, and locating other resources near you.
Eighty-nine percent of Dallas ISD students qualify for free or reduced-price meals at school. After school and in the summer months, this leaves nearly 9 out of 10 students without a regular, nutritious meal each day.
CitySquare’s Child Nutrition program provides free nutritious meals to children after school and during summer. Meals are delivered to community partner sites year-round.
During the COVID-19 crisis, to answer the increased need for support, the Child Nutrition program started summer service early to deliver safe, healthy meals to sites throughout the metroplex.
CitySquare’s summer mobile meal program delivers meals to kids in non-traditional sites such as apartment complexes, reaching children whose families face transportation, economic, and other barriers to access traditional food programs.
If you have questions or want to know more, please contact us.