The Community Pantry was founded in 1999 by Jim Harlin and Tom Crider, two men who saw a need for healthy food and nutrition initiatives in the City of Gallup and surrounding areas. In the beginning, the Community Pantry was a small building nestled on the west side of the city, but in 2003 found its official home on Hasler Valley Road in a brand-new facility. The current building includes offices, a food distribution warehouse, and a large outdoor area for gardens and greenhouses.
Who do you serve?
Cibola County, Gallup
Service Area Normalized
Have These Resources to Give to Their Communities
Peanut Butter, Dried Pinto Beans, Juice, Cooking Oil, Canned Meat, Canned Fruit, Caned Vegetables, Pasta & Sauces, Canned Entrees, Cereal, Macaroni & Cheese, Boxed Meals, Rice Soups