A combined interfaith and secular supported approach to alleviating hunger

5700 Rudnick Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367
T: 818 346 5554

The West Valley Food Pantry feeds the hungry in our community and offers services to those in need.

No one goes away hungry!

Food Pantry Closures for 2022

Memorial Day - Monday, May 30, 2022
Juneteenth - Monday, June 20, 2022
Independence Day - Monday, July 4, 2022
Labor Day - Monday, September 5, 2022
Columbus Day - Monday, October 10, 2022
Veterans Day - Friday, November 11, 2022
Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 24, 2022
Christmas Day - Monday, December 26, 2022
New Year's Day - Monday, January 2, 2023

Covid-19 Updates

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.

Get Food

Pantry Drive Through
We have primarily switched to a drive-through car service to serve you safely. Clients without a vehicle can use our walk-up window.

Clients need to bring a picture ID (of any kind), preferably with your date of birth. You must also bring a utility bill or lease agreement to confirm your address. All the members of your household must be verified by an ID that has their date of birth such as a drivers license, school ID, or birth certificate.

Clients are invited to come once per week.

Get directions to the West Valley Food Pantry.


Food Parcels ready for clients
We need to raise $20,000 each week to purchase enough food to meet demand.

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 accept unopened and unexpired food donations between the hours of 9:00 am and 1:00 pm Monday through Thursday, and Friday from 9:00 am - 11:00 am. We cannot accept food donations after these hours or on weekends. Moreover, due to our outdoor operation, we are also closed during periods of significant rain or excessive heat (over 100) and will be unable to take donations or serve clients during those conditions. Please do not drop or leave food on the property unattended, as it will spoil and/or attract animals.
Due Click here to see a list of our current needs.


Volunteers pack Food Parcels
Volunteers make the food pantry possible, but many of our long-time and elderly volunteers are no longer able to help at this time.

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.

Learn more and sign up to volunteer at the pantry.

Hours of Operations

For Clients:

Monday - Thursday
   9:30am - 2pm
   9:30am - Noon
Closed during periods of significant rain or excess heat (over 100 deg).
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CA NonProfit of 2020
The West Valley Food Pantry was selected as a Nonprofit of the Year 2020! Our State Assemblyman, Jesse Gabriel, nominated the Pantry. The California Association of Nonprofits celebrated the Pantry's work along with other nonprofit honorees from across the state. The Nonprofit of the Year celebration has several goals: to highlight the great work of nonprofits around the state; to bring nonprofits into closer relationships with their legislators; and to elevate the nonprofit sector's profile in Sacramento. Congratulations to the Pantry and all the Pantry Volunteers!