Storehouse New Mexico is a community resource fighting hunger. We offer FREE food to people who need it regardless of their income. Many families fall in a gap we refer to as the ‘working poor.’ They earn too much to get SNAP (formerly food stamps), but a major car repair, medical bill, or reduced hours at work can have them wondering where their next meal might come from.
New Mexico ranks among the worst in the nation for hunger, for both children and adults. With your support, we are able to feed approximately 40,000 people a year who come to our pantry for food.
Making Lemonade from Lemons
When times get tough, the Storehouse is here to provide nutritious food to individuals and families experiencing hunger, from babies to retirees.
Together, we can help New Mexicans ‘squeeze the day’.
Host Your Own Fundraiser/Virtual Food Drive
It’s an easy way to support the Storehouse as an individual, as a company, or as a service club.
COVID-19 Update: The Storehouse is currently open Wednesday, Fridays and Saturday from 9 am – 12 noon.
People are still getting a full shopping cart of food, including a box of nonperishable items, plus bags of meats and fruits and/or vegetables — however, food is being pre-packed in boxes until further notice. Please line up outside the Storehouse and stand 6 ft apart. Everyone is required to wear a mask. Each person will check in with our staff, get a number and then collect their food outside at the south door. As we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, we appreciate your ongoing support and understanding. Thank you!
Storehouse New Mexico is a nonprofit community-based food pantry that provides free food to people in need.
Shelf stable foods of all kinds are needed at the Storehouse right now. The shelves in the Storehouse are showing more space that we are used to. We usually have large bins full of canned goods, soups, and shelf stable foods. Today, as we look, there are lots of empty...
The Boy Scouts are one of the groups that hosted their own food drive for the Storehouse this year. For health and safety reasons, we are still unable to have groups of volunteers at the Storehouse food pantry. That said, we still get a lot of calls and emails from...
The Storehouse is always looking for new ways to reach the community and raise money to feed local families. New events can be a fun and exciting way to raise awareness about hunger. So, when our Board Chair, Nathan Sanchez and his fellow car club member Ashlee...