The Need in Collin County


According to statistics from Feeding America, 107,700 individuals face food insecurity in Collin County. 

This was before the Covid-19 pandemic. Many of our neighbors continue to report struggles with meeting basic needs such as food, clothing, housing, and access to affordable medical care. 


Increase in Individuals Fed

In 2021, we witnessed a 44% increase from 2020 in the number of individuals seeking assistance from our food pantry.

Our 2022 Impact


meals served to our neighbors,
equating to 4,396,144 pounds of food distributed.

families served. Of the individuals served, 29,069 were senior adults, and 110,988 were children.

articles of clothing distributed at no cost to 3,498 households.

winter coats distributed to individuals of all ages.

hours of individual direct care provided to our neighbors with needs beyond food and clothing.

requests for assistance beyond food and clothing received from our neighbors online.

neighbors enrolled at The Academy in various courses offering training in job skills, language skills, and life skills.

successful class completions. We provided 373 unique neighbors with educational opportunities.

The Impact of Your Gift

Find out how your gift directly impacts our programs and supports our mission.


Come See Us

With over 130,000 people in Collin County in need of basic necessities, the need in our own local community is significant. Donate today or volunteer with us to be part of community striving to make Collin County a better neighborhood for all our neighbors. 

We are located on the campus of St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Plano, TX.

State of The Storehouse Digital Magazine 2024

In this magazine, we review our community impact in 2023, recap our strategic focus in 2023, celebrate some highlights of the year, and also share our vision for 2024. 

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