Join Izzy’s Hike for Hunger

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 year, you can support her efforts or form your own hiking team to help the Storehouse. Every dollar raised makes an impact. One dollar provides 5 […] Read More

Hello Summer, Goodbye Hunger!

Summer is our busiest season at the Storehouse. When kids are home, families often have extra childcare expenses, increased utility costs, reduced work hours, and other financial obligations to manage. When a family’s pantry and refrigerator are empty, the Storehouse is there to provide the fruits, vegetables, dairy, meats, and canned foods they need. Families […] Read More

Providing Food While Getting Fit

Brad Tausan and Tripp Bennett started “rucking” in 2016. If you’re not familiar with it, GoRuck is a team building endurance event based on Special Operations training. You work together as a team to complete missions wearing a rucksack or backpack with weights inside, and the amount of weight varies depending on the individual’s body […] Read More

The Storehouse is Helping People Affected by the Government Shutdown

As the Federal government shutdown continues, food pantries are seeing increases in visitors that need food, especially in states with larger governmental employee counts. New Mexico is among the states most dependent on federal dollars, including employment in federal departments or contracts. One estimate showed roughly 5,800 federal employees in New Mexico have been furloughed […] Read More