Shop & Support the Storehouse

When you’re shopping online, a portion of your sale can be donated to the Storehouse. It’s an easy way to support us doing something you’re probably already doing during the holidays. Simply go to (instead of just Amazon) and select the Storehouse New Mexico as the organization you’d like to benefit. Then start shopping, […]

Help Us Buy a New Freezer on GivingTuesday

In a couple of weeks nonprofits around the world will be joining together to celebrate #GivingTuesday and take action to improve our communities. Following Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Small Business Saturday, GivingTuesday has become a nationally recognized day to promote helping other through the gift of time, goods, and donations. Please join the Storehouse […]

PAPA Students Raise Food for Hungry Families

The students from Public Academy for Performing Arts (PAPA) International Thespian Society Troupe #6667 and the PAPA Theatre Department hosted their annual “Trick-Or-Treat-So-Kids-Can-Eat” food drive to benefit the Storehouse. The students collected over 300 pounds of food which will make 250 meals! The Storehouse greatly appreciates the students and faculty at PAPA for having a […]

Join us for Thanksgiving on the Mayflower

Mark your calendars for our annual Thanksgiving on the Mayflower food drive to benefit the Storehouse. This year’s event kicks off on Saturday, November 19th from 8:00am to 6:00pm (see dates/times below). Thanksgiving on the Mayflower, where we work to fill an entire Mayflower moving truck with food, is our largest food drive and fundraiser […]

Isotopes Volunteer at the Storehouse

As the baseball season wraps up, Isotopes players looked for new ways to pitch in around the community. The Storehouse was lucky to have Chris Nelson and Tim Smalling, Albuquerque Isotopes players, volunteer in late August. The players helped clients in the food court, and used their athletic abilities to help unload food, and stock […]

Celebrating 40 Years Fighting Hunger

This year, the Storehouse is marking 40 years as a community resource in New Mexico. Today, we are the state’s largest food pantry, supporting over 55,000 people annually, but our beginnings were pretty humble. In 1976, Titus and Charlotte Scholl, a local pastor and his wife, realized that too many people in Albuquerque were going […]