Need Help?

Our mission is to provide food, encouragement and hope to anyone in need.  No one is ever turned away.

 

 

We currently serve over 800 families each month.
Every client receives enough food to last about a week,
including meat, dairy (milk, juice, eggs, butter), and fresh produce.

Phone: 512-989-9989

Come see us!TuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday10am-2pmThe Storehouse is a faith-based corporation providing food for anyone who needs assistance.  The Storehouse is more than a food pantry, it’s a mission to the poor. Every volunteer is trained to show respect to our clients and each person is treated with dignity.

 

We are partnered with several local churches, businesses, individuals and other organizations to reach out to those in need in the Central Texas area. In 2015 The Storehouse provided food for nearly 10,000 families.

 

Who Are the Poor? Our clients are people just like you who have hit a rough patch. Many are under-employed, veterans, some are disabled or elderly. Some just need assistance between jobs.  Many families return every month because they can’t make ends meet.  Many of our clients are undocumented, but their families need food.  We believe that everyone deserves a meal. Some of our families are homeless and their children are attending local schools.

 

If you need a little help...

Please bring your picture ID and a proof of residence (a piece of mail with your name and current address on it) and show up on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. We use the Texas Department of Agriculture poverty guidelines (TEFAP) for qualification, but no one is turned away in an emergency situation.

 

Latest News

The Widow's Purse is born

Jan 25, 2019

Sandra Cochrun found herself a widow with little income after Jack passed away.  She quickly realized she is not alone. There are many widows living at poverty level.  Sandra is starting The Widow's Purse to provide resources for widows and the elderly for rent, prescriptions and resources for  food, clothing and shelter Please visit our new website:   www.widowspurse.com

Contact Sandra.  sandra@widowspurse.com

Farewell to our beloved founder

Jan 25, 2019

Jack L. Cochrun, Sr., passed away on August 17, 2018 at his home in Round Rock. Jack is survived by his wife Sandra, sons, Lenny, Jim and Kevin,

and his brother John of Tomball.  Jack really loved ministry to the poor and he will be sorely missed.

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Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Matthew 3:5

Testimony

 

"My children eat a lot, they play a lot, but they eat like crazy. It’s great having something we can count on every month instead of having to worry about getting just a little bit of food on our budget..."

- Alicia H.

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