The Food Depot fosters healthy communities by engaging a network of partners and developing solutions to create a hunger-free New Mexico.
As the food bank for nine counties, The Food Depot provides food to over 55,000 people experiencing hunger each quarter. 29% of hunger needs are addressed through three direct service programs operated by The Food Depot. The majority (71%) of The Food Depot’s hunger relief services involves food distribution to over 145 nonprofit agencies including food pantries, meal programs, shelters, youth programs, shelters, and senior centers. The Food Depot provides more than 430,000 meals to people in need - the most vulnerable of our community - children, seniors, working families and those in ill health.