Community Storehouse has a wide array of services that have developed over the years of helping children stay in school. The children we serve are enrolled in the Keller, Northwest, and Carroll Independent School Districts, or are members of churches that support Community Storehouse. We work closely with the schools and the majority of the children we provide for are referred to us by the counselors and nurses on each school campus.

Families seeking our assistance meet with a case manager and furnish documentation, which is verified by us, to qualify for help. We ask that school counselors and churches use our Referral Form to refer families in crisis.

Check out our 2019 Case Statement.

Helping children in our community stay in school.

Every way we can.


Educational Programs

Children from low-income families are disadvantaged when it comes to exposure to reading.  Community Storehouse provides educational literacy programs. 

Our educational programs include:

Quest Summer Enrichment

Summer Book Club

After School Book Club

Little Learners


Youth Leadership

Lending Libraries


Wellness Programs

Hunger prevention is vital to proper growth and development of children. Kids who have poor hygiene don’t perform as well at school.



Our wellness services include:

Dignity Closets

Pantry Food Assistance

Snack Packs

Summer Food Support  


Seasonal/Special Programs

Unfortunately, many low-income children usually have different seasonal needs.  Community Storehouse provides a variety of services during "special" times of the year.


These services include:

Spring Break Education Enrichment

Hunger Doesn't Take a Spring Break

Thanksgiving Food Distribution

Christmas House