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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Thanksgiving Gratitude from Dennis Gray

As come closer to Thanksgiving Day, we at Roadrunner Food Bank have many people and things to be grateful for this year.

Letter Carriers Food Drive This Saturday November 21!

Help Roadrunner Food Bank raise hundreds of thousands of pounds of food to help feed our hungry neighbors across New Mexico this Saturday November 21 with the Annual Letter Carriers’ Food Drive!

Green Initiatives: A New Roof and Solar Array

In 2015, Roadrunner Food Bank joined a growing number of organizations across New Mexico and across the country who are harnessing solar energy to diversify their energy portfolios, save money, and ultimately be stronger energy stewards.

Thank You, New Mexico Grocers Association!

Thanks to the continuous generosity of the New Mexico Grocers Association, Roadrunner Food Bank can provide tens of thousands of additional meals for our hungry neighbors statewide! On November 4th, Gene Valdez and other representatives of the New Mexico Grocers Association gave $10,000 raised from this past summer’s New Mexico Grocers Association Golf Tournament. “We are more than honored to continue working with an organization like Roadrunner,” Gene said, “and especially an organization with such capacity to make a strong impact statewide in solving hunger.” “To know that we can now make 50,000 additional meals possible for those hungry in our communities statewide is more than exciting,” Roadrunner Chief Development Officer Wally Verdooren shared. Thank you, New Mexico Grocers Association, for continuing to stand on the side of hungry children, families, veterans, seniors, and those in need across New Mexico! To learn how you can give towards Roadrunner Food Bank through our 2015 Holiday Food & Fund Drive season through Smith’s Food & Drug and other community partners, you can visit our Holiday Food & Fund Drive website here. Photo of New Mexico Grocers Association Representatives, Roadrunner Chief Development Officer Wally Verdooren, & Roadrunner Food Rescue Manager Julie Anderson, Taken November 4th, 2015. Matthew “Matt” Young is the Communications Coordinator at Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico. To comment on this or other blog features, you can comment directly below; call Matthew at (505) 349-8845; or e-mail Matthew at matthew.young@rrfb.org. 

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