Storehouse West Food Pantry: Bridging the Gap to End Food Insecurity in Our Community
At Storehouse West, we are unwavering in our commitment to ensure that no one in our community goes to bed hungry. Our Food Pantry plays a central role in achieving this mission. We understand that life’s challenges can sometimes leave people in difficult circumstances, and we are here to provide support when they need it most.
Our Food Pantry Services:
Our Food Pantry is more than just a place to collect groceries; it’s a lifeline for those who rely on us. Here’s what you can expect from our services:
Nutritious Food Selection:
We carefully curate our pantry with a variety of nutritious foods, including fresh produce, dairy, grains, and canned goods. Our aim is to provide balanced options that support the overall well-being of our clients.
Monthly Food Distribution:
Storehouse West clients are eligible to receive food distributions once a month. These food packages include non-perishable staples and canned goods, as well as fresh produce, meats, peanut butter, dairy products, bread, and a variety of other food items when available.
Life’s emergencies don’t wait for convenient times. That’s why we offer emergency food assistance through The Emergency Assistance Food Program (TEFAP). TEFAP is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture and administered in Sandoval County by Storehouse West in partnership with the Roadrunner Food Bank. This program ensures that individuals and families facing immediate food needs can receive essential support.
Who is eligible to receive assistance from Storehouse West's Food Pantry?
Storehouse West serves residents of Sandoval County, New Mexico, who are facing food insecurity. Eligibility is based on need, and there are income restrictions. We are here to assist individuals and families in times of need.
How often can I receive food distributions from Storehouse West?
Storehouse West clients are eligible to receive food distributions once a month. Our goal is to provide essential support while ensuring that our resources are available to as many community members as possible.
What types of food items are available at Storehouse West's Food Pantry?
Our Food Pantry offers a wide range of food items, including non-perishable staples, canned goods, fresh produce, meats, peanut butter, dairy products, bread, and various other food items when available. We aim to provide a balanced selection to meet our clients’ nutritional needs.
How can I learn more about emergency food programs?
For additional information about emergency food programs, please visit the NM State Human Services Department.
What is The Emergency Assistance Food Program (TEFAP)?
TEFAP is a program funded by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered in Sandoval County by Storehouse West in partnership with the Roadrunner Food Bank. It provides emergency food assistance to individuals and families facing immediate food needs.