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Our Programs and Services

Supplemental Groceries

Providing nutritious supplemental food is our main focus. This service is provided by appointment, via drive-through pick-up for families and individuals who meet eligibility requirements.



Mobile Market Truck


An oasis on wheels, bringing fresh, nutritious groceries to food deserts within our city. By mobilizing our mission to fight hunger, we are able to serve the economically challenged areas of our community. Our Mobile Market Truck is equipped with a refrigerated cooler to store dairy and protein options. One side of the truck opens to display selections of fresh fruit, produce, and bakery items. It is a complete choice experience.

Monthly Mobile Food Markets


By teaming up with the Tarrant Area Food Bank, Arlington Charities is able to hold large-scale food distributions at three different sites, three times a month. Mobile Food Markets are first-come, first-served and are open to all individuals and families without the need for an appointment.

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Home Delivery Services

We offer supplemental grocery delivery service to older adults, mobility-impaired clients, or others who are unable to utilize our drive-through food services. A case manager call clients who are enrolled in the program to assess their needs, provide social interaction, and to connect them with other agencies and resources. Dietary restrictions due to allergy, health, or religion, will be noted in our records, but Arlington Charities cannot guarantee all items in a delivery will align with client’s needs. Contact:

817-275-1511 ext. 109

Lunch for our Unhoused Neighbors

On Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m., a sack lunch and hygiene products are provided to unsheltered individuals in our area. They may also get clean clothing on Fridays, if available. Through a partnership with, a shower and a haircut is available once a month.

Satellite Pantry at
Tarrant County College SE Campus

Food insecurity in college students is a pervasive, yet largely ignored problem. At TCC SE, staff and health services heard of students not eating for over 48 hours or reporting headaches and abdominal pains from lack of food. Arlington Charities sponsors a satellite food pantry at on campus that provides easy to prepare meals and snack items perfect for the busy life of a college student. 

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Crisis Assistance & Referral Information

We assist in times of local emergencies (storm damage, fires, etc.) through our programs. We also help our clients and the general public access needed assistance from other agencies.

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