Harvesters – Topeka

CBKC provided $5 million of NMTC allocation to support the acquisition and redevelopment of 43,519 SF of community service space to serve as the permanent food bank in Topeka, KS for Harvesters Community Food Network (the “Project”). The Project provided Harvesters more space and a permanent residency in Topeka, KS, allowing Harvesters to grow its […]

Tarrant Area Food Bank

Financing for an expansion of Tarrant Area Food Bank. Each year, Tarrant Area Food Bank. distributes 26,466,645 meals to people struggling with hunger.

CitySquare Opportunity Center

Community Center, including job training, adult literacy, and a food pantry. Includes Workforce Solutions of Greater Dallas

Serve Denton Center

Renovation of a building to house community and office space for non-profit partners and new construction for a community food center. Also includes HSNT – LOOP 288, Operated by Health Services of North Texas , Inc. (FQHC)

Yolo Food Bank

Established in 1970, the Yolo Food Bank was founded as a volunteer-run backyard gleaning program and has grown to an organizational network of staff, volunteers, and partner agencies. YFB coordinates food storage and distribution of food from a network of growers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and grocery stores. The organization collaborates with nonprofits, private and public […]

North Texas Food Bank

Originally posted at Crescent Growth Capital Established in 1982 by Jo Curtis, Ambassador Kathryn Hall, Lorraine Griffin Kircher and Liz Minyard, the North Texas Food Bank (“NTFB”) addresses the critical issue of hunger by providing food-insecure North Texans with edible surplus food and grocery items otherwise destined for landfills. Today, NTFB leads the fight against […]

Metropolitan Ministries, Phase Two

Metropolitan Ministries has served homeless and needy populations in the Tampa Bay area for over 40 years. Phase One used NMTC to build a new homeless services and housing facility in Tampa. With NMTC financing, Metro-Min’s Phase Two expanded on that original campus, adding an on-site elementary school and a youth center and chapel. Phase […]

Meals on Wheels Kitchen

Meals on Wheels San Francisco (MOWSF) plans on making sure no homebound senior in the City goes hungry. The nonprofit has begun construction on a $41.5 million state-of-the-art industrial kitchen and food production facility in Bayview to replace its current kitchen which produces approximately 8,000 meals daily. The new kitchen will have the ability to […]

Central California Food Bank

Thanks to NMTC financing, the Central California Food Bank purchased a 140,000-square-foot facility to house its headquarters, distribution center, and volunteer facilities. The former beer distribution warehouse, located in South Fresno, includes a 10,000-square-foot cold storage facility, a transfer station for produce donations on behalf of other food banks, and enough space to accommodate 40 […]