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Fact Sheets

Please use the links below to download fact sheets about hunger programs, volunteering, giving and more. The documents are in PDF format. These can be easily saved to distribute by email, or printed for future use.

Facts about the Food Bank


Roadrunner Food Bank General Fact Sheet
Overview of the Food Bank, who we serve and how we distribute food throughout New Mexico.

Hunger and Food Programs


Childhood Hunger in New Mexico
Details the realities about child hunger in New Mexico and how the Food Bank distributes food to help our youngest citizens with food.
Emergency Family Food Assistance and Disaster Response
This program provides emergency food during a crisis. The fact sheet also details how the Food Bank is involved in disaster response.
Childhood Hunger Initiative
Started in the fall of 2014, this new initiative expands the food provided through what was formerly called the Food for Kids Program. This program brings a combination of food programs to partner schools and enough food for an entire family.
Food Rescue Program
The program rescues food for distribution to hungry people from a variety of food related businesses. Learn how we save good food from being thrown away.
Mobile Food Pantry Program
The traveling food pantry delivers nutritious food monthly to hundreds of sites across New Mexico that alleviates the need to store food for any length of time. Clients take the food within hours of the truck’s arrival.
Senior Helpings Program
This program focuses on addressing hunger by providing a monthly box to seniors living below the poverty line. Details include how the program works and touches on the growing number of seniors experiencing hunger.
Senior Hunger
Provides details around the ways the Food Bank supplies food to hungry seniors and how many seniors benefit from our programs. It also explains why senior is detrimental to their quality of life and overall health.

Volunteer Programs


SNAP Outreach Volunteers
The Food Bank seeks volunteers to perform food stamp application assistance at local organizations. Volunteers undergo a short training. Find out how to help.
Warehouse Volunteers
Volunteers are crucial in helping prep food for distribution. See who can volunteer, what ages are needed, volunteer openings, and how to schedule a time and date to help.

Giving Programs
Food & Fund Drive Information


Cornucopia Society
We invite you to learn more about leaving a legacy gift through a bequest to the Food Bank. The PDF tells you who to contact to become a planned giving society member.
Roadrunner Club – Monthly Giving
Recurring monthly gifts allow us to plan ahead. Please consider signing up for a monthly recurring gift. Open PDF for details or click here to schedule a monthly gift.
Schedule a Food and Fund Drive
Start and host a food drive for the Food Bank. Add an Online Food Drive and invite your contacts to join in the effort online. Every $1 raised through the portal helps the Food Bank distribute FIVE meals.
Ways to Give
There are many ways you can make a financial gift, recurring gift, planned gift, stock gift, etc. Find out how here in this fact sheet.

Other Helpful Fact Sheets


Food Grade Warehousing
Roadrunner Cold Storage, LLC
Need access to rent food grade warehousing? Consider leasing space at the Food Bank. Details for long or short term cold storage in the PDF link.
Referral Line and Information
Hungry people call us daily for help with food. Share or copy this for people who need access to this information. The fact sheet also lists other possible resources that could be needed.

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