• Time Financial
    Time Financial brought $5000 worth of food to the Pantry, mostly for the homeless.
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    Volunteers sort food donations from the Postal Worker's Food Drive...
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    ...on an overcast May Saturday...
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    ...Volunteers came in all ages and types...
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    ...organizing the donations for the storehouses.
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    Special thanks to Julianne Sorice for coordinating the volunteers.
  • Postal Worker Drive Sorting
    Richard Podleski, Board Chair, Debbie Decker, Executive Director, and Julianne Sorice.
  • Second PATH sort
    County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl's office help sort our second PATH delivery...
  • Second PATH sort
    ... Thank you for all the help!
  • Postal Workers
    Some of the postal workers who gathered food May 12...
  • Postal Workers
    ...their collections came to the Pantry. Thank you!
  • Kristi and Maya Bala
    One of our faithful NCL teams Kristi and Maya Bella. More about NCL on the news page.
  • Open House for New Office
    The new office space for the Food Pantry...
  • Open House for New Office
    ...being show off at the April 21...
  • Open House for New Office
    ..open house.
  • Altar Guild Packing for PATH
    The Prince of Peace Altar Guild packing food packages...
  • Altar Guild Packing for PATH
    ...for homeless seniors housed by People Assisting the Homeless (PATH)...
  • Altar Guild Packing for PATH
    ...to be delivered by the Knights of Pythias. See the article on the news page
Come on in...
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?

Subscribe to the Pantry Paper
The Pantry Paper is a (generally) monthly newsletter for Pantry Volunteers that is delivered via email and is a great way to keep in touch with Pantry happenings. These newsletters are also posted on the Members page of this website (so you can read them even if you do not have an email address). Visit the Members page if you wish to read or subscribe.
To access the Members page you need a username and password. See the Pantry office for a username and password if you do not have one.

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West Valley Food Pantry
5700 Rudnick Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
(818) 346-5554
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.

St. Luke's provides lunch for our homeless on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 12:00 noon.

These meals are all 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 call Jennifer Frost at Prince of Peace.

We accept online donations!
But we also welcome mail-in and walk-in donations. Visit our donate page for more 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.)



Other Ways You can help!
Donations of money or food make our work possible. Coupons can help too! See how to find a Ralph's coupon once a month.

The Shower Truck is Back
Jim, the shower truck driver, has recovered from his hip replacement, and the shower truck is back in the north parking lot on Mondays from 9 am to noon.

We need a volunteer to help with the Homeless Showers. They need to give clean towels to Jim at 9 am and most important (we could handle that first part if needed) pick up the used towels, launder them and bring them back to the Pantry. We will pay for the cost of the laundry machines and soap if someone needs to take them to a laundromat. They should contact Roya to sign up for the opportunity! Her email is PantrySuper@westvalleyfoodpantry.org

Pantry Needs
The Pantry continues to need food donations as we step up our efforts to feed the homeless in our community. For a compiled a list of our most needed items (click here) . Help us feed our clients by bringing some of these items to the Pantry.

We need plastic grocery bags for our clients.

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.