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Author Archives: Sonya Warwick

USDA to Provide More Produce For Hungry New Mexicans

Earlier this month, the USDA announced it will provide additional support to hunger relief organizations by purchasing up to $126.4 million worth of produce to be distributed through The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP) across the United States. The food is …

Expansion Grant Brings Food to Hungry Seniors in Rural New Mexico

Thanksgiving brings thoughts of turkey, ham, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. But for seniors and other hungry people in our state, having ANY food to eat is a blessing.  In fact, when our food referral phone line rings off the …

The Value of Our Volunteers, Priceless!

Last year, was a record year of service thanks to an army of people in our community that give us a precious gift…time.  More than 12,200 people volunteered in our warehouse at least once (some two or three times a …

Hunger Action Month’s Haiku4Hunger

Surprise!  We are still continuing to inform you, our readers, about how you can get involved in Hunger Action Month.  There is just a little more than a week in September to take action. Won’t you take a few daily …

The Color of Fall Gets a Boost of Orange

Have you noticed the change in temperature? Well, not necessarily during the day, but the evenings and mornings are starting to have that tinge of cooler air.  Fall is just about here. But the weather is just one way we …

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