For nearly 50 years, FISH of West Valley at the Congregational Church of Chatsworth has served the community by providing food to those in need - families, seniors, unhoused, and others. Our pantry works every day to address food insecurity and now, the COVID-19 crisis has created an unprecedented need with demand increasing by 450% since March of 2020.
While, most food pantries only allow recipients to get food once a month, at FISH, our recipients can return each week to receive a healthy assortment of food customized to their family size and needs. FISH also delivers food to seniors and others unable to leave their homes.
Through partnerships with amazing organizations like About My Father's Business, Congregation Or Ami, Saint Aidan's Church, Happy Insides, MEND, 986 Pharmacy, and others, FISH is now in the process of expanding the services it offers its community in need. For example, thanks to San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, FISH is able to provide mobile showers on Sundays from 9am-12pm for anyone in need.
We are grateful for the tireless work of our dedicated 100% volunteer team that includes people from all over the West San Fernando Valley from different churches, temples, mosques, and organizations.
A ministry of the Congregational Church of Chatsworth, FISH has been serving the West Valley since 1971. Since its early days as a food pantry, FISH has continued to evolve and expand services to meet the growing needs of its West Valley community.
20440 Lassen Street, Chatsworth, California 91311, United States
Food Pantry Saturdays 1PM-3PM & Wednesdays 2PM-4PM
Emergency Food Request Mon-Fri Call (818) 280-9463
Resource Center By Appointment
Mobile Showers COMING BACK SOON
Sunday Fellowship Meals: 9 AM-12 PM and 5 PM
Our partnership with LA Regional makes it possible for us to take care of food insecurity in our community.
FISH is dedicated to helping families in need in our community.
FISH is back! A great time was had by all! THANK YOU to Pastor Kathy Huck and About My Father's Business Homeless Outreach for all their support.
FISH interviewed by Brothers from the 818 at West Valley Community Popup