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​Mayor's Milk Initiative

​Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has partnered with Borden Dairy, Dallas ISD, and local faith leaders to provide free milk to Dallas families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please see the FAQ below for more information.


Who is eligible to receive the milk?

Anyone is eligible to receive the milk. We are hoping to reach individuals and families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

What do I need to bring?

You do not need to bring any form of identification to receive the milk. 

When and where will the free milk be distributed? 

The milk is available at certain locations during certain days and times. The map below contains all distribution sites, dates, and times.

How is the milk being distributed?

The milk will be distributed curbside at the main entrance of the location by volunteers from the site hosts. Volunteers will be wearing gloves and masks. Although you are not required to wear one when you drive up to receive the milk, it is encouraged.

How many gallons of milk is a person or family allowed to have?

Households of 4 or more will receive two gallons of milk. Households of less than 4 will receive one gallon of milk.

What type of milk is being offered?

Borden Dairy 2% reduced fat milk. Nutrition information can be found here.

Are there any other resources for residents in need?

If you need additional assistance, the North Texas Food Bank has a list of food pantries in the Dallas area here.

You can also check out the City of Dallas resource list by clicking here

Find a distribution site near you. Click on a site to view the distribution date and time. 


View a PDF of the distribution sites ordered by the date distribution will occur here: Mayor's Milk Initiative Final Sites.pdf