Hunger is a growing crisis in Northern New Mexico. It is often hidden, but it affects one of every five people and one of every four children in our state.
How to Help: Come join the Aldea de Santa Fe HOA Neighborhood and other neighborhood associations for a one day “Neighbor to Neighbor” Food Drive to help end hunger in our community.
What to Do: Fill a bag or two with non-perishable food items. Then bring your bags to Aldea de Santa Fe HOA Community Center by 5 pm on Sunday, September 22nd. All the food we collect will be delivered by Aldea crew to the Food Depot on Monday, September 23rd.
If you have questions, please call your neighborhood food drive coordinator: Tony Brown 505-424-3901 or Linda Wilder Flatt at 474-8028 or Jane Freeman at 310-7431.
*Monetary donations by check are also gratefully accepted (Make checks out to The Food Depot, put your neighborhood name on the check and mail to The Food Depot, 1222 A Siler Rd. Santa Fe, NM, 87507. You will receive a receipt). Each $1 donated = 5 lbs. of food and provides four meals!
Most Needed Items
Canned Tuna, Salmon & Meats
Milk, Dried or Evaporated
Canned Fruits & Vegetables
Soups, Canned & Dried
Nuts & Seeds
Beans, Canned & Dried
Pantry Staples: Flour, Cornmeal, Spices
Infant Formula & Baby Food
Household & Pet Food
Shampoo & Conditioner
Toilet Paper, Disposable Diapers
Dry or Canned Dog & Cat Food
Note: The following items CANNOT be accepted by The Food Depot: perishable and frozen foods, home-cooked and home-canned foods (such as jams and jellies), bulk foods that you packed, and opened packages of food.