Children and their families in low-income areas deserve resources necessary for their long-term stability, such as quality education and proper nutrition. Unfortunately, many disadvantaged families in Tarrant County lack the ability to provide their children with food, much less adequate academic activities. Instead, individuals of all ages are wondering where their next meal will come from, and youth from incredibly young ages are battling the academic, mental, and physical effects of a life-altering pandemic. The financial, educational, and nutritional needs of Texas families are only growing, and many individuals feel stuck in cycles of hunger and hopelessness.
Community Storehouse currently serves over 10,000 low-income children with educational and nutritional programs and serves over 600 families each month for hunger prevention, emergency relief services, and crisis support services. Through our Supplemental Feeding Program, we serve hundreds of children and their families with food throughout the summer in our Hunger Doesn't Take a Break program. Our Nutritional Center continues to provide families with food boxes that include kid-friendly supplemental food, adding children's books, fresh bread, fruits, and vegetables throughout the Summer.
In 2022, Community Storehouse provided over 62,628 weekend snack packs to children so they don't go hungry over the weekend and distributed over 777,400 of food to family in need through our pantry. Our programs are created to have a lasting impact rather than sustaining generational poverty. For more information about all of our offered services and ways you can help us continue to support low-income children in our community, please visit our website at www.communitystorehouse.org.
Community Storehouse Tutoring program, where students undergo an educational diagnostic evaluation before starting the reading, math, and science tutoring program. This allows us to do individual lesson plans for each student. This will help them improve their skills in specific coursework where they need help.
We work with the parents so they understand the process and so they can reinforce what we are teaching at home. This is one of many ways Community Storehouse supports all members of the community.
This parent was so impressed with our program and how we respect the children as well as the parents. She said, "She loved the vibe of our after-school program."
Community Storehouse is here to serve those in need. Not only are we educating low-income children, but we are also feeding thousands. Please join us in ensuring a better tomorrow for all members of our community.
-Shop our resale stores
- Donate furniture, clothing, household goods, etc.
-Financial Donation: one-time gift, recurring donation, Legacy - planned giving
-Attend fundraising events - RUN IN THE DARK and our ANNUAL HOPE GALA.
If you are interested in further information about any of the many ways you can show your dedication to the education and well-being of children in our community, please visit our website at www.communitystorehouse.org or email us at Katie@communitystorehouse.org.