Bringing Hope and Changing Lives for Over 50 Years

Nourishing our Community with Dignity and Grace.

The CCA Food Pantry stands as an indispensable lifeline for members of our community facing the harsh reality of hunger. We prioritize dignity and respect by offering a self-selection Food Pantry, empowering our clients to make choices that align with their specific needs, and granting them a much-deserved sense
of autonomy.

In our pursuit of providing healthy and nourishing food options, we forge partnerships with organizations like the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB). Together, we strive to ensure that our pantry is abundantly stocked with a diverse range of wholesome food items, household essentials, hygiene products, and more.

If you are experiencing a need for food assistance, we are here to support you. Residents living within our designated service area are eligible to receive emergency food and other necessary items on the same day they visit our organization.


  1. Reside in our service area: Denton County, Coppell ISD, Frisco ISD.
2. Meet our income requirements:

If you reside within our service area, we encourage you to visit the Family Services office to obtain more details. Upon your visit, you will receive emergency food assistance and other essential items.

Additionally, If you meet the eligibility criteria, you may have the opportunity to schedule weekly appointments to visit our Food Pantry.

Required documentation for additional services:
rotary volunteer at food pantry with other person in veggies section that looks like a grocery store
volunteer loads oranges and cakes into a shopping cart in a warehouse

Support the Food Pantry

Make a monetary donation.

Every $1 you donate = 3 meals for those in need.

Organize a collection drive

Gather your company, community organization, church, family, and friends to coordinate and collect items for CCA. 

Volunteer at the Food Pantry.

Find out firsthand how sorting and stocking the food shelves to those in need can be a rewarding experience. 


“CCA helped me feed my kids when no one else did. They gave us hope.”