Spring Updates from Our Executive Director

Because of your kindness, we were able to feed 50,000 hard-working families and children last year — people who would otherwise go to bed hungry without your support. This Spring we have reconfigured our fixed pantry site to accommodate the need for more food storage. If you’ve come to volunteer you’ve seen the new set […]

Our Volunteers Make a Difference

The Storehouse has just a handful of staff members, so we rely on volunteers to make our mission possible. Last year, we were blessed with over 1,400 volunteers who dedicated more than 30,000 hours of community service to the Storehouse. One if these dedicated volunteers is Juanita, an energetic, vivacious volunteer who has been coming […]

On the Move: Storehouse Mobile Neighborhood Pantry

Last year, we surveyed over 600 Storehouse clients and found that transportation was among the biggest barriers hungry families faced in accessing food. As a result, the first Storehouse Mobile Neighborhood Pantry was born. In partnership with the Sandia Foundation, the first Storehouse Mobile Neighborhood Pantry kicked off in November 2016. The site was selected based on community […]

We Love Our Volunteers

Without the incredible efforts of 1,405 volunteers last year, we could not continue to feed hungry families in New Mexico. Last year, volunteers donated over 30,500 hours to help the Storehouse. That is the equivalent of over 750 full-time employees! The benefits of volunteering at the Storehouse are priceless. Knowing that you have directly helped […]

Call for Artists

The Storehouse is seeking artists for a community art wall project at our fixed pantry location. We are seeking artists and community art organizations such as schools and youth groups to submit a proposal for potential artwork to be displayed on the south wall of the Storehouse building. Selected artists will complete an 8 foot x […]