Agriculture / Food
ALM is a mobile food pantry that delivers groceries (including fresh or frozen meats, eggs, fresh and packaged fruits and vegetables as well as staples) directly to client homes every 2 weeks. New clients receive emergency groceries upon request. The number of bags of groceries provided are based on the number of people in the household. We also operate a Food 4 Kids program, providing child-friendly, nutritious snacks once per week. ALM serves communities in the Moreno Valley and Cimarron.
The Food Not Bombs Free Skool invites you to share and seek knowledge and appreciation in the areas of social change, economic justice, peace, generosity, diversity, responsibility and a sustainable future.
The Food Depot operates a range of programs designed to meet critical needs in the nine Northern New Mexico counties we serve. We help people of all ages with differing needs–those living in remote villages as well as in our largest cities and towns.
“Growing Community Now’s education activities include planning, creating, and helping students learn to grow school gardens.
We provide cooking and nutrition education programs to students in pre-K through High School.”
Gives out food Thursdays from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm. Emergency food boxes are available.
As the largest food bank in the state, we play a major role in distributing a variety of donated and purchased food items to people struggling to cover all their nutritional needs.
Shared Table distributes food and personal hygiene items, on the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of every month, all year long. We open to the public from 11:00 – noon at El Pueblito United Methodist Church in El Prado and from 2:00 – 3:00 at the Talpa community center. There is no income qualification to receive food. Emergency Food Boxes are provided as needed.
“At St James Food Pantry we are committed to providing free healthy food to anyone in need.
You are welcome to receive food, regardless of your citizenship, immigration status, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Our volunteers speak English and Spanish. Members of the Pueblo are often available to assist Elders who speak Tewa. ”
Taos Feeds Taos, a non-profit corporation in its 36th year, distributes food to over 1100 needy Taos county families. In order to serve the community in a safe manner, Taos Feeds Taos will be handling the program a bit differently this year. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
***Instead of filled food boxes, we will be providing TAOS FEEDS TAOS Grocery Vouchers to Super Save Discount Foods.
***Applications will still be required but we will be taking information over the phone instead of in-person.
The Giving Tree is a community service, organized by volunteers, that is designed to accept and distribute clothing & other useful household items and food to the Taos Community and surrounding areas for free.
WhyHunger believes a world without hunger is possible. We provide critical resources to support grassroots movements and fuel community solutions rooted in social, environmental, racial and economic justice. We are working to end hunger and advance the human right to nutritious food in the U.S. and around the world.