WESTERN EAGLE FOUNDATION-PROGRAMS
Discount Food and Home Goods
A 44,000 sq. ft warehouse with heavily discounted food and home goods purchased directly by Western Eagle Foundation from direct suppliers, food brokerages, farms, grocery superstores and discount stores. Open to public. Physical Address: 40940 County Center Drive, Temecula, CA. Open 7 days a week for easy access to low-cost foods and goods. Hours: 9:00am to 6pm. Extra discount every Tuesday for Seniors! All forms of payment accepted including SNAP.
“I have been coming to Western Eagle for years. The staff is so helpful and kind. Having access to low cost foods and household supplies has really helped our family during the hard times. I am so grateful this store exists.”
“I come to Western Eagle to shop for cold medicine for my kids. I am able to stock up for flu season and still have money for food and gas. This store has been a big help during this period of stress and struggles.”
Customized Food Boxes
Western Eagle Foundation directly purchases boxes of staples each week and additionally provides choice of breads, fresh vegetables, fruits, and meats to offer a nutritious food box to families daily. On average 300 families take advantage of this opportunity (no income limits) a week to help supplement their family’s food budget.
Clients Served Annually: 14,400
“My family is very large and all my life we have struggled to find places to shop that are reasonably priced. During the pandemic it was more difficult than ever to find accessible essentials. We practically depended on the food boxes you provided. It was such a relief to find a place that had groceries that could last all of us for more than a week. Being able to walk in and have people helping find what you need was such a relief. Having over five children to shop for, it can be stressful remembering what to get, your workers were there to ease that struggle. In addition to the good prices on food, access to cheap health and beauty products are easier than ever to get. Your organization has helped not only my family, but many of our friends and relatives as well.”
Community Food Outreach
Western Eagle Foundation offers bulk food pallets (1200 pounds each) to registered nonprofit agencies and faith-based organizations, every Thursday, that show up at the Western Eagle Foundation drive-thru wherein pallets of food are loaded into their trucks, vans and cars to be delivered to outlying and rural communities to families in need of food in Riverside County and the unincorporated areas of Riverside County and Northern San Diego County.
1.9M pounds Transported Annually
Clients Served Annually: 117,800
“Western Eagle helps out ROTARY District 5330 by providing multiple pallets of food, water and hygiene items to those snow-bound in the San Bernardino Mountain Communities. We thank them for their generosity.”
FREE Food Bags
Western Eagle Foundation is able to offer low to moderate income families a “free” food bag of staples (canned and dry goods). Free food bags are distributed twice a month and dates are posted both in weekly communications and social media. Our next days are on Friday March 10th and Friday March 24th from 10:00 am to 1pm. Family member must bring or fill out self-certification form for eligibility. Please download form and bring with you to save time and money. We care about You!
Western Eagle Foundation’s program for volunteer youth, young adults, seniors, individuals with disabilities, veterans, those in recovery programs or needed community service hours, enabling them to move forward toward their goals and increase their skill set in stocking, packing, and shelving, sorting, pricing, cashiering, customer service, work ethics and business policies and procedures.
Western Eagle Foundation offers Senior Discounts every Tuesday, up to 20% off on all food and other goods. Seniors may use their SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) cards to not only purchase food from the bargain store, but also take advantage of the customized food box. Because nutrition is so important, food boxes are usually filled with cereal, pasta and sauce, easy to eat canned vegetables and fruits, rice and beans, along with fresh bread, fruits and vegetables to be selected and used to make delicious meals. Additionally, a Medicare Benefits Consultant is usually on-site every Tuesday.