Lubbock Street Gourmet is a charity providing free restaurant quality meals and food supplies for the homeless and needy populations of Lubbock, Texas.

Lubbock Street Gourmet’s goal is to fight hunger in Lubbock with nutritious and delicious restaurant quality meals while simultaneously spreading awareness and encouraging community involvement in the current hunger epidemic. Our primary focus is feeding the homeless population of Lubbock. This population has been in crisis for quite some time. Oftentimes a weekly nutritious meal and staple food package for the week could spell the difference between health and sickness, even life and death. The focus of each meal served will be nutritional sustainability, cost effectiveness and most importantly deliciousness!

What We Do

Lubbock Street Gourmet will partner with local churches and charitable organizations to offer a weekly food truck meal and assistance to locals. We park a food truck in rotating locations around Lubbock handing out free meals to the homeless and needy. When donations exceed the cost of providing meals, the excess funds collected will be used to buy groceries to donate on site.

The Team

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Michael Seymour
Michael Seymour Director of Communications
Michael is from Austin, Texas and graduated from Texas Tech University in 2010 with a degree in Marketing and Management. After graduation, he co-founded Raider Power Wash in Lubbock, Texas and has been running that business since. In his free time, Michael is teaching himself Spanish and preparing for a graduate program in Corporate Communications with an emphasis in leadership development.
Kyle Shields
Kyle Shields
Kyle is from Austin, Texas. He attends Texas tech university where he is pursuing a degree in restaurant hotel institutional management. When he's not studying for class or helping grow Lubbock Street Gourmet he enjoys running, scuba diving and skiing. Kyle also enjoys visiting new places and meeting wonderful people along the way. "It's amazing what big things are possible from small beginnings with hard work and persistence."
Cesar Hernandez
Cesar is from Dallas, Texas and is a student at Texas Tech. He enjoys playing disc golf, working on trucks, and having his sock game on fleek. Cesar loves Lubbock Street Gourmet because it gives him a chance to give back to the community and change people's lives because the little bit they do goes a long way. "Lubbock Street Gourmet has shown me that one person can make a difference; all you have to do is try hard enough!"
Kristie Storms
Kristie Storms


Our efforts are made possible with the help of individuals and organizations such as the Arts Alliance, churches, local chefs, artists and patrons of the Lubbock Street Gourmet food truck at the First Friday Art Trail.

Get Involved

If your church or organization would like to partner with Lubbock Street Gourmet, or if you would like to volunteer your time, please complete the form below.

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Lubbock Street Gourmet is working towards non-profit status.