Children have been receiving considerable attention in regards to their consumption of healthy and unhealthy foods. Health- and diet-related diseases are claiming the lives of people at younger and younger ages at a rate that is only continuing to increase. The foods served in school have an important impact on the health of children, yet children are more or less consuming fast food and processed food due to the limited budgets of both the schools and the food production companies. Children are also particularly vulnerable when it comes to food because they cannot legally drive vehicles. Furthermore, because children cannot work, they are helpless when it comes to being able to afford the food they need. Therefore, it is extremely important that the TAFB find ways to reach the children in the community. We have constructed a map that displays the TAFB Partner Programs geared especially towards children and defined the market areas of each program. We then analyzed the market areas that demonstrated that children had low access to grocery stores at 1 mile. While this radius does not make as much sense for more rural areas, we were still able to identify areas of concern within the Fort Worth city limits. That being said, because the TAFB has a considerable amount of partner programs in the Fort Worth city limits as well, we have concluded that the food bank is adequately serving the children in the area.