As we anticipate the opening of HEB in Lubbock, big news has just been announced.

The superstore giant is getting set to make a huge donation of cereal to food banks across Texas, including South Plains Food Bank in Lubbock, in honor of National Hunger Action Month, according to Everything Lubbock.

HEB has also raised $672,000 through their Help End Hunger campaign to help deliver as many as 3 million meals across Texas, according to a press release.

Here is the heartfelt statement from there press release.

“At H-E-B, we are deeply committed to supporting our communities and helping families with the resources they need to avoid hunger,” said Winell Herron, HEB Group Vice President of Public Affairs, Diversity and Environmental Affairs. “With these gifts, we are proud to support these dedicated organizations that work to combat hunger across Texas throughout the year.”

It's really tremendous to see such a huge donation from HEB.

You can help, too. Find out more about making donations for National Hunger Action Month to the South Plains Food Bank by following this link to their website.

HEB is getting set to open their highly-anticipated Lubbock store at 114th and Quaker in fall 2020.

 

Here's the full list of food banks receiving donations from HEB:

  • San Antonio Food Bank – (San Antonio)
  • South Texas Food Bank – (Laredo)
  • Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley – (Pharr)
  • Food Bank of the Golden Crescent – (Victoria)
  • Coastal Bend Food Bank – (Corpus Christi)
  • Central Texas Food Bank – (Austin)
  • Brazos Valley Food Bank – (Bryan)
  • West Texas Food Bank – (Odessa)
  • Concho Valley Food Bank – (San Angelo)
  • Food Bank of West Central Texas – (Abilene)
  • South Plains Food Bank (Lubbock)
  • North Texas Food Bank – (Dallas)
  • Tarrant Area Food Bank – (Fort Worth)
  • Houston Food Bank – (Houston)
  • Southeast Texas Food Bank – (Beaumont)
  • Montgomery County Food Bank – (Conroe)
  • Galveston County Food Bank – (Texas City)
  • East Texas Food Bank – (Tyler)