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. We need your support to feed the 53,000 people who come to our food pantry annually. The Storehouse relies on volunteers to fulfill our mission. Individuals or groups are welcome during operational hours. Please visit our volunteer page for more information.
For three summers and counting, Izzy Thomas, a caring young woman, has hiked hundreds of miles to help raise money and awareness to fight hunger in New Mexico. This summer, Izzy hiked over 50 miles in one weekend! Though she has completed her hike this year, and had to return to college where she also runs a food pantry, you can continue to support her efforts through August on behalf of Storehouse New Mexico, the state’s largest food pantry. Choose your hiking distance, get family and friends to support you, walk on your schedule and raise money to feed local families!
Please consider supporting our mission to feed hungry people in New Mexico.
If you prefer to make a donation by mail, please send it to: Storehouse New Mexico, PO Box 94810, Albuquerque, NM 87199