Severe winter weather in Texas in 2021 caused many power outages, some of which were very long in duration. As a result, the entire state suffered severe economic impact; many businesses were closed; farmers struggled to water livestock; and individuals were faced with broken pipes, extensive home repairs, job losses and more. In the North Texas area Mission Harvest America (MHA) had provided blankets to a local agency and a church prior to the 2021 storm. Then in March and April MHA was able to participate in the Farmers to Families program, through City Serve, receiving five semi-truck loads of fresh food and milk. Each load contained 1260, 30-35 pound boxes of food, as well as 1260 gallons of milk. Churches, food banks, and other charitable groups in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area received and distributed the food, working together as they helped load one another’s vehicles at the distribution site.