Baby Expenses Push Families to Food Pantries

Baby Expenses Push Families to Food Pantries

When people think of the Storehouse, they usually think of the food pantry providing food to working-age adults. That is not a wrong assumption. The pantry does support a lot of people ages 18-65 who are struggling to make ends meet. However, the Storehouse serves a...
Why the Farm Bill Matters

Why the Farm Bill Matters

Locally grown produce and nutrition matter to the Storehouse. Further, they matter to the families who depend on us and our community. The 2023 Farm Bill, up for reauthorization in Congress, covers the agricultural aspects of our state. In addition, this omnibus bill...
Record Numbers Seeking Food Pantry Support

Record Numbers Seeking Food Pantry Support

This fall, the Storehouse set a new record for the number of households provided food in a one-month period. In total, we provided free groceries to 3,109 households in November 2023. Of note, those are households, not people, so the number is higher. Our records...
Teaching Kids How to Cook

Teaching Kids How to Cook

Cooking nutritious snacks and meals is an important life skill. At the Storehouse, we believe the entire family should eat balanced meals and know what those meals look like and the basics of making them. Plus, cooking at home with ingredients like fresh fruits and...
Summer Food Programs 2023

Summer Food Programs 2023

The Storehouse provides free groceries to families once a month and welcome all those in need of food. Often, the numbers of families counting on us increases in the summer. Many low-income children qualify for free breakfast or lunch through the school system, but...