I Need Help:
If you are in need of food assistance you are not alone—some 47 million people across America struggle with hunger every day and more than 20,000 live right here in the Conejo Valley.
Getting food into the hands of those who need it is at the core of Manna’s mission — “To feed hungry people in the Conejo Valley.” For more than 40 years, we have acquired and distributed millions of pounds of food to friends and neighbors in need throughout the Conejo Valley. In recent years though, the face of hunger has changed. Today, there is an unsettling number of working families and working poor, who in spite of being employed, sometimes in more than one job, are unable to make ends meet.
Manna serves those in need in the 101 corridor cities from the Calabasas Grade to the Conejo Grade and provides direct food/grocery assistance to individuals and families struggling with hunger. Through our “choice-model” Community Food Pantry Manna’s clients are able to choose from a wide variety of basic food and grocery items to help them through difficult times.
If you or someone you know is struggling to feed themselves or their family please read our website to learn how Manna can help.
For those living outside Manna’s service area please
search for a pantry in your city or call FOOD Share for a list of pantry partners in Ventura County, (805) 983-7100.
If you are homeless and need food or shelter assistance please contact:
80 E. Hillcrest Dr Ste 101
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Or, click on our “Why Doesn’t Manna Feed the Homeless” tab for more information.
If your needs extend beyond food assistance please call the United Way’s 2-1-1 “First Call for Help” line to get referrals of agencies near you. They will not only have listings of other food pantries, but can also direct you to agencies that provide services in housing, employment, health care, counseling and more.
3020 Crescent Way
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362