The StoreHouse Vision is to connect resources for low income people through non-profits and businesses.
Networking: Connect people, products and purpose.
Stewardship: Optimize impact with little funding.
Genuineness: Treat all with sincere kindness.
Integrity: Reserve products for member use.
Empowerment: Learn, teach and train.
Collaboration: Collectively solve issues.
The StoreHouse is grounded in the biblical principle that God's blessings are exponential. When we work together, the impact is far greater that what could be made alone.
As local non-profits, churches and schools utilize our resource programs, needs are met and a chain reaction of generosity is ignited.
Each of our 73 member organizations aligns in some way with our vision of individual empowerment and self-sustainability.
Addressing issues ranging from hunger to homelessness, education, and inequity, they collectively serve approximately 141,868 people each year. These relationships allow us to reach a variety of populations
Foster connections between organizations, schools and businesses that provide hand-up assistance to struggling populations.
What We Do
The StoreHouse pursues its mission by connecting local organizations to tangible goods through three resource programs housed at its site.