The West Valley Food Pantry is doing more than feeding the hungry.
We are offering community members the help they need to truly thrive.
Almost 3,000 people and 26,000 meals per month: that's just where
feeding community begins.
Our community is our responsibility. We invest in the futures of our
clients because we feel that our service can lead to better lives.
We extend our services to unemployed residents, the working poor,
the homeless, and those living on fixed incomes.
Walk through our doors and connect with the people around you.
Feels good, doesn't it?
Councilman Bob Blumenfield posted this video that explains some of
what we do at the West Valley Food Pantry
The West Valley Food Pantry is open and operating normal hours through the Stay at Home directive. Food
Pantries are designated as essential services. Many new volunteers have stepped up to replace regulars who are
over 65 and told to stay home. We will keep serving those in need!
2019 Food Pantry Report
For those who missed or mislaid the Food Pantry Report, a copy can be viewed by
Meals for Homeless and Needy People
Prince of Peace Episcopal Church serves dinners for homeless and needy individuals on the second
and fourth Saturday every month at 5 pm.
These meals are served at Prince of Peace in the Dining Hall (the room right behind the Pantry).
If you would like to help providing these meals, please leave a message for Dorothy Seguin at the
Prince of Peace office or contact Dorothy at CommunityDinnerInfo@gmail.com.
For more information about the Community Dinner
We accept online donations!
But we also welcome mail-in and walk-in donations.
Go to Donate
for details on how you can help.
(If you wish to make a donation for a special purpose,
instructions for how to do this through PayPal are also
on the donations page.)
Meals for Students Affected by School Closure
LAUSD is providing two free grab-and-go meals to students at several school sites in the San Fernando Valley.
Beginning today, and effective every weekday between 7 am and 10 am, LAUSD in partnership with the Red Cross,
will provide two nutritious meals to all students who are affected by the temporary closure of schools.
(Learn more by clicking here.)
Birmingham Charter School has new hours for the meals.
Poster for Birmingham Meal Program in English
This March Macy's stores around the country are partnering with local food banks. From March 1 to March 31
when you shop at Macy’s Topanga you can round up your purchase and donate your change, up to $0.99, to benefit
the West Valley Food Pantry. A little change goes a long way!
The Pantry continues to need food donations as we step up our efforts to feed the homeless in our
community. For a compiled list of our most needed items (add Chef Boyardee Beef and Chicken as a
Help us feed our clients by bringing some of these items to the Pantry.
Other Ways You can help!
Donations of money or food make our work
Coupons can help too! See how to find a
Ralph's coupon once a month.
We would love to have Cooking Oil
We need grocery bags for our clients.
Travel size bottled water, travel size toiletries, razors, toothbrushes, toothpaste,
and deodorant are needed for the homeless
If you would like to donate any of these items, they can be dropped off during Pantry hours
Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.