UNM Staff Council Helps Roadrunner Serve Our New Mexico Neighbors!

During their past Winter Break, the University of New Mexico (UNM) Staff Council took some of their vacation time and gave it towards our mission of solving hunger across New Mexico. Thanks to more than 100 UNM employees, enough cereal to feed more than 18,000 people was packaged and a longstanding tradition of volunteerism continues!

To read more of and watch a video of what brought UNM Staff Council leader Mark Reynolds and their +100 employees to serve with Roadrunner, visit Aaron Hilf’s Inside UNM feature story here.

On Monday January 18th, as a member of Feeding America and to celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. National Day of Service, we invite you, your family, your school, or your workplace to give back to the hungry in our community by volunteering with us. To schedule a volunteer time of 2 hours or more, visit our Volunteer website or call us at (505) 349-5338.

Many thanks to Mark Reynolds for coordinating the latest UNM Staff Council Service Day; to Aaron Hilf for writing the feature story on UNM Staff Council’s Service Day; and to everyone in the UNM and Roadrunner communities who took part in helping nourish the 1 in 3 children, the 1 in 5 people across New Mexico who continue to face hunger. Together, we can all solve hunger across the Land of Enchantment!

Photo from UNM Staff Council Service Day, Courtesy of Aaron Hilf.

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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