Food pantries service anyone in a financial crisis who cannot afford food. Anyone at risk of hunger, who must choose between feeding themselves and their families or paying for shelter, transportation, medical expenses, etc. are strongly encouraged to visit Community Storehouse pantry.
Your current picture ID, with a current physical address, and provide birthdays for everyone in the household. If you do not have a current ID, you will receive donated food, but won’t be eligible for food packages donated by the government.
No! You are welcome anytime during Community Storehouse hours of operation. However, we encourage you to call first to verify the hours of operation.
This depends largely on the amount of donations available at the time. We aim to always provide at least a few days’ worth of non-perishable and some perishable goods. We may occasionally have personal care supplies in addition to food for clients who need them. Our partners follow strict safety guidelines, so we assure you that the food you’ll be serving your family has been handled appropriately
Please call Community Storehouse for guidelines
Community Store House provides non-perishable and some perishable groceries, baby food, baby supplies, and personal care items. If additional assistance is required, please contact us via email: Info@Community-Storehouse.Org to further assist you.
Welcome! Community Storehouse is now accepting non-perishables, male and female personal care items, baby supplies (food, formulas, wipes, diapers), and more to stock our shelves and serve our communities.
Contact us at (888) 520-2420