About Us


Storehouse West:
A Legacy of Serving Sandoval County Communities

Storehouse West began with a mission to combat poverty in the West Mesa region and the rural areas of Sandoval County. On March 19, 1992, a dedicated Board of Directors formalized Storehouse West as a non-profit corporation, committed to assisting residents of Rio Rancho and its surrounding communities.

In May of the same year, Storehouse West officially commenced its operations and proudly became a member of the Rio Rancho Chamber of Commerce. Since its inception, the organization has received invaluable support from civic, religious, and service organizations, as well as compassionate residents and businesses in the area.

At Storehouse West, the primary goal is to provide essential non-perishable food items to those facing need. Thanks to our partnership with Road Runner, as well as the generous support of EFSP (Emergency Food and Shelter Program) and United Way, we can expand our offerings to include dairy products, meats, and other fresh foods, supplementing the canned and boxed-goods we distribute.


Victoria Flick

Executive Director


Deborah Bock

Director of Food and Communications


Ronna Brant

Kid’s Clothes Closet Manager


Lauren Schulzetenberg

Volunteer Coordinator


Carol Wood

Financial Assistant


Carol Nesbit

Carol Nesbitt

Founder and First Executive Director

Carol was an integral part of Storehouse West since its inception in 1992, serving as the driving force behind our mission to provide nourishment for the hungry and clothing to underprivileged children. She left an indelible mark on our community, earning a reputation as a true icon of compassion and dedication.

Board of Directors

Dan Selph


John Brant

Vice Chair

Misty Schuck


Rev. Dr Geleta Smith


Rachel Aaker


Jeff Santillanes


Storehouse West, an equal opportunity provider & employer

We follow federal civil rights laws and USDA regulations, prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family status, income source, political beliefs, or reprisal in USDA programs. Contact us for alternative communication methods or language support. To report discrimination, use the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form or call 866-632-9992. Submit the form or a letter to USDA by mail, fax, or email.