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40 Years Feeding America with Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico

Las Cruces, NM – On this edition of PUENTES a la comunidad, bridges to the community, host Emily Guerra spoke with Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico Communications Officer, Sonya Warwick, about new food demands statewide due to COVID-19, especially a need for volunteers and donations.

Every week 70,000 hungry children, seniors and families are reached through this statewide hunger relief network. Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico is a Feeding America member and the largest non-profit food distribution hub providing food to hundreds affiliated member partners around the state for 40 years. This includes food pantries, like Casa de Peregrinos in Las Cruces, soup kitchens, shelters and regional food banks. They also distribute food through specialized programs at schools, low-income senior housing sites, senior centers and health care partnerships.

Learn how you can provide help through your donations of food, money or time; become a volunteer by visiting their website – rrfb.org; and on Facebook. Food assistance line is 575-523-4390.