Our Motto: Love until they ask why
The Storehouse is a non-profit, food distribution program for families in the greater Covington area. We partner with local businesses, churches, civic groups, and schools to ease the burden of those we serve. Currently we serve close to 200 families weekly, and 8 different ministries including drug/rehabilitation programs and community meals.
Our mission is to serve our neighbors, who are struggling with, or are vulnerable to food insecurity, by providing nourishing food, prayer, and referrals to other services.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life for our neighbors beyond food security.
MEET THE TEAM
Liesl began volunteering at The Storehouse since 2002 and has been on the Board for over 9 years. She became Executive Director in 2017.
Cass began volunteering at The Storehouse in 2014.
Paul is a part of the Knights of Columbus and has been volunteering at The Storehouse for quite a few years. He recently was added on as our official Truck Driver and staff member.
Dave has 30 years of leadership, operations and program/project management experience with the NW's largest aerospace company. He was previously a board member for Vine Maple Place, and then joined the Storehouse board in 2017.
Rob has a BS in Accounting, with a minor in Business Administration. He has been volunteering at the Storehouse since we first began in 1999, and joined the board in 2017. He attends Eastridge Baptist Church in Kent, WA.
Ben is a former US Air Force Instructor pilot turned entrepreneur who has led over a million people in his 30-year career on missions around the world. He's been a volunteer with The Storehouse since 2019.
Debby is a retired corporate executive with a heart and passion for caring for the needs of those in the Covington community. She regularly volunteers at the Storehouse and is active in other non-profit organizations.
Willard retired in 2011 after working for Safeway for over 35 years. He has been volunteering at Storehouse since 2003, and became a member of the board in 2017. He attends Cornerstone United Methodist in Covington.
Rick Hayes has been a volunteer with The Storehouse since 2019 and a board member since 2020.