Thank you to Ted Hitchcock, Vice President of Northridge Toyota for the extremely
generous donation to the West Valley Food Pantry! Such support allows the Pantry to
continue serving our community.
Sean Foran, Curator of the Grace Dee May Museum, presents a generous donation from the museum.
Clients check in before receiving food.
Mother-daughter teams working as volunteers.
Pet food is available for those who request some.
Kitchen volunteers bagging food for the clients.
The pantry is now featuring dairy boxes thanks to the LA Food Bank.
Thank you to everyone who donated food, time, or money to help feed the hungry.
Receiving manager, Les, coming back from Trader Joe's with a fully loaded pickup.
Our new walk-in cooler enables to us store frozen meat and fresh food.
The Pantry partners with Rescue Mission Alliance to host a shower truck every Monday.
Our kitchen volunteers pack hundreds of food bags for our clients.
With some out-of-the-box thinking, the Pantry and the LA Food Bank reimagined the
the Senior Day program. For the first time since March, some of our prior clients
returned and got the food loaded into the trunks of their cars! The program will continue in this new form on
the first Wednesday of every month.
Councilman Bob Blumenfield helping at the Pantry Monday, May 4.
Our mission at the West Valley Food Pantry is to ensure that No one goes away hungry. That mission
has never been more urgent than right now.
We are committed to staying open and serving our community during the Covid-19 pandemic. Our
entire operations and volunteer system has been redesigned to practice social distancing and keep
our clients, volunteers, and staff safe.
We are now serving three to four times the number of families than before Safer at Home. We
urgently need the support of our community to stop hunger from the Covid-19 crisis. Find out how you
can access our services or support the pantry to keep our doors open.
Pantry Featured on NBC Show
This last July, NBC’s “1st Look” show was here filming the Pantry at work! The show featured Essential Workers
and aired December 12 in the late evening. The show is posted on YouTube for those who do not watch TV late
on Saturday nights. The segment featuring the Food Pantry is about 15.5 minutes into the program.
Clients need to bring a picture ID (of any kind). If your address is not listed on your ID please
bring a utility bill to confirm your address.
If you are able to give at this time, the best way you can support the pantry in this critical time
is to make a financial contribution of any amount. Your gift ensures we have the food and supplies we
need to make sure no one goes hungry.
Make a donation now.
We are in urgent need of additional volunteers to serve the new influx of clients. Volunteers
help bag food, set up our drive-through, unload deliveries, and distribute food to client's cars.
All our volunteers and clients follow social distancing guidelines to keep everyone safe.