Food Drives can be FUN...

AND Food Drives are essential to The Storehouse.

When you start a food drive you're helping your neighbors in need. It also connects you to your community in a very special way! A great team builder for your business, club, Sunday School class, and Neighborhood.

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Delivering the goods...every month

Each month, Butch and Susan and five other delivery teams bring boxes of food, hygiene items and other household essentials to our 49+ homebound neighbors in Henderson County. 

How would you like to be part of this team?
A team that really matters!

A longtime volunteer at the Storehouse. Lois and her husband Rich, have helped in the pantry, the cold-weather closet and with Blessings in Boxes for many years. Lois has also taught our Budget Class. 

To discover your special place as a volunteer at The Storehouse, contact [email protected]


30,000 lbs. of food collected in Hendersonville alone! The 'Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive' was Saturday, 5/14/22.

A tremendous effort to help alleviate hunger here in Henderson County. The Letter Carriers deserve a HUGE round of applause.

Thanks also to ALL the volunteers and staff who helped make this successful!

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Our 6 Delivery Teams...

...bring food & essentials each month to our 49+ seniors. The essential personal care items for the "People in Need" deliveries were made possible by a grant from 'The Community Foundation of Western NC' THANK YOU!

Van provided by a generous grant from 'Community Foundation of Henderson County' THANK YOU!

That's a lot of $$$!

It's all about our volunteers! Bette-Lee Taylor has served at The Storehouse since 2006. And there are scores of others who volunteer here each week. In 2021, our Storehouse team contributed 8,445.5 volunteer hours. That's a savings of more than $241K! That's how a non-profit continues to serve the community, finding great people with a ❤ to help others.

It's also why we talk so often about our volunteers. We could never help as many folks as we do without them!!!

So where did that $241,034.57 come from? There is a national organization that keeps track of charitable info and stats: They calculated the value of each volunteer hour in 2021 at $28.54

 'North Carolina Healing Communities Fund'
awards $30K Grant

This grant helps us procure more food and meet the increased need.  Board Vice-Chair, Sandra Winecoff and Executive Director, Lynn Staggs are all smiles! 

Newest member of "our fleet"

 A consistent community partner, James H. Cummings Foundation, also provided the upfitting to make our space on Spartanburg Highway ​​​​​​​suitable as a food pantry with a few offices! THANK YOU!

Provided by a grant from James H. Cummings Foundation, Inc.

Our Blueberry Jam Bear sold for $3000!

BBJ was created in 2021 by Artists Trish Whitton & Terry Allen in Memory of Annie Lucas. Friends of Downtown Hendersonville coordinate this great virtual auction that helps many local charities