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Community Bread Basket (CBB) is a mission of First United Methodist Church in Seagoville supported by Crandall United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church of Seagoville, and the Dallas Baptist Association, along with the local Lions Club and other service oriented organizations in and surrounding Seagoville. CBB is operated by volunteers from the supporting churches and housed in the First United Methodist Church Community Life Center at 101 South Kaufman St in Seagoville. CBB is dedicated to serving the hungry and providing for the disadvantaged in Seagoville and the surrounding area. Through the North Texas Food Bank and our local sponsors along with donations from the community, the CBB provides food for Seagoville and the four zip codes in the surrounding area. CBB is operated under the guidance of a Board Of Directors composed of the supporting churches and community leaders.

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The Community Breadbasket serves clients in the southeast corner of Dallas County and the northwest corner of Kaufman County. Qualified residents who live in the following zip codes are welcomed and encouraged to take advantage of the services provided by the Community Breadbasket:

  • 75114 (Crandall)
  • 75159 (Seagoville)
  • 75253 (Southeast Dallas)
* place you mouse on any of the zipcodes for a regional map

For the 3rd Quarter of 2014, the Community Breadbasket provide food for:

  • Total Families: 1109
  • Adults: 2094
  • Seniors: 489
  • Children: 1456

We have provided food for 12,445 persons in 2014.

News and Events title bar Hot Rods Fighting Hunger

The Fourth Annual Hot Rods Fighting Hunger car show was on September 20, 2014.  We were blessed by the support for the annual event which always draws a nice crowd and provide income to fund purchases from the North Texas Food Bank. Many thanks to the car owners, the sponsors and the volunteers who continue to make this event a BIG success each year. 

"Angels for Christmas" a BIG Success

Thanks to the generosity and support of the four churches in the Seagoville and Crandall area, the Community Breadbasket was able to provide Christmas clothes, toys and needed items to families of over 100 children. This was a hugh success for the first year of the program and we look forward to next year as God continues to bless CBB and the communities that we serve. Many thanks to the congregations of First Baptist Church of Seagoville, First Community Church of Crandall, First United Methodist Church of Seagoville and Crandall United Methodist Church for you faithful support.

Breadbasket meets growing need

It's the classic "bad news, good news" paradox: Each month the number keeps rising for volunteers and supporters of the Seagoville Community Breadbasket...

Walmart of Seagoville

The Community Breadbasket has been blessed by the generosity of the Walmart in Seagoville. We continue to receive donation weekly from Walmart. Their generosity has greatly assisted in meeting the growing needs for food. Thank you Walmart for the great blessing.

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2008 Renovations - Gene Letson tears our a wall as part of an expansion effort in 2008

Community BreadBasket

102 E. Malloy Bridge Rd.
Seagoville, TX 75159
Office:(972) 287-2459

Hours of Operation
Wednesday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Special Thanks to our Sponsors