5700 Rudnick Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367

  • Drive-Thru Patch
    The Calabasas Drive-Thru collected 60,000 lbs of food for the Pantry.
  • Drive-Thru donates food
    Susan with scout representatives Jonah and Jill, Sarah Tamor and David Shapiro.
  • Jill collects toiletries
    Jill collected toiletries and is working on her Gold Award educating about homelessness.
  • Drive-Thru Scouts
    A small representation of the over 500 scouts who supported this weekend drive.
  • Lee at Drive-Thru
    Longtime pantry volunteer Lee helps draw in cars to the event.
  • Unloading food at Pantry
    Jeff the event organizer and our pantry warehouse crew unloading 60,000 lbs of food.
  • Filling the warehouse
    Pantry warehouse workers organizing the filling of the warehouse. We love to see this.
  • Kol Tikvah 2014
    Kol Tikvah celebrates Rosh Hashanah with a food drive (see News Page)
  • Jeanne Certificate
    Councilman Blumenfield presents Certificate of Appreciation to Jeanne Bain (News page)
Our mission
is to meet the needs of hungry people in the west San Fernando Valley. Founded in 1985, we are one of the largest pantries in the valley, operated by a small organization of volunteers who serve balanced food packages.

The Pantry will be closed Dec 25-26 for Christmas

During the month of October, our two distribution centers served 1268 families (3249 adults and children).

Learn more about us.

Help us buy food

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West Valley Food Pantry
5700 Rudnick Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
(818) 346-5554
You can help!
Donations of money or food make our work possible. And we always need volunteers to handle all the work the Pantry requires. Coupons can help too! See how to find a Ralph's coupon once a month.

We now accept online donations!
Visit our donate page for more details on how you can help.

Fill out our application to volunteer as a worker at the Food Pantry.

El Camino High School Album Fundraiser for the Pantry
El Camino High School Humanitas has once again produced a music album and presented the sales proceeds to the Food Pantry. The details of this wonderful program are on the news page.

November and December have Lots of Planned Activities
The Holidays mean a lot of donations and activities for the Food Pantry. Check the Calendar page and the News page for upcoming events.

Want to help Sorting?
Over the next week, our warehouse staff could use volunteers to come receive and sort donations dropped off to the pantry. This next week will be busy. Just show up between 10am and 2pm and ask for John or Cecile.