New Mexico has many nonprofit organizations that rely on charitable donations and partnerships with other organizations. By making a financial gift, you help continue the work that moves toward a New Mexico where everyone has enough to eat. Learn more about all of the ways that you can give.
Be an Advocate
Let your voice be heard! Contact your elected officials and let them know that hunger should be a priority and more needs to be done at the federal, state and local levels, particularly by strengthening programs that address hunger. Send an email, call, schedule an in-person meeting or attend a town hall meeting. It truly does have an impact and is an important part of affecting policy change.
Take the Food Stamp Challenge
Participate in the Food Stamp Challenge and try living on a limited food budget for seven consecutive days. The experience not only sheds light on what it’s like to subsist on such a budget, but it can raise awareness of existing barriers like lack of access to high-quality, nutritious food. Learn more about the Food Stamp Challenge, and how you can participate and share your experience.
Many New Mexico anti-hunger organizations are currently looking for volunteers on a number of important projects. There are many ways to get involved in the fight against hunger — from helping on the front line to taking photographs! Learn more about available opportunities in our state.
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Other Ways to Get Involved
We need your help to raise awareness about the issue of hunger in New Mexico, as well as the sustainable solutions to solve it. Tell your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers about the issue of hunger in New Mexico; encourage them to take action, too.
Food and Health Map Data Gallery
An evolving collection of maps for exploring New Mexico food sources, hunger, food distribution programs, school nutrition & physical activity, agricultural resources, and chronic disease & other health issues.