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New Mexico free pantries, soup kitchens and free food banks.

Free or low cost food is distributed from non-profit pantries as well as charities. Kids, seniors, low-income families and the working poor in New Mexico will get free groceries, nutritional support, and applications to government benefits such as SNAP or an EBT card in NM. Find a list below of local and state food banks in New Mexico that may be near you.

Various forms of support are administered. The exact type of assistance provided by each free food bank, including a drive thru facility open today, or pantry will vary. It may include some or all of the following. Groceries, fruits and vegetables, frozen items, breads, and other perishable products. There will be free holiday food boxes and groceries, often in partnership with Feeding America. Many centers also have pet food pantries for free dog or cat food, kibble, litter and other items. Locate a free pet food bank the low-income.

Some food banks in New Mexico may also even provide free hot meals or summer snacks for kids. There are also free feeding sites for the homeless, immigrants and people with no money or income. All applications are in Spanish too. If a pantry is not near where you live, then find a referral phone number below for information on other food banks in towns, villages, and counties across New Mexico.

Local food pantries near you in NM

In addition to the resources listed below all throughout this page, there are both soup kitchens and free food banks that focus on specific counties. Clients may receive everything from a free meal to a bag of groceries. Other support is also offered at a site. Find a list of regional food pantries near you using the list of counties, or an intake number is below.

Roadrunner Food Bank - The organization operates across the state of New Mexico. They provide both emergency assistance from programs such as the Childhood Hunger Initiative to long term support, including applications to SNAP food stamps or free baby formula. Other services arranged by the statewide non-profit include Meals on Wheels for senior citizens as well as WIC and summer snacks for children. The unemployed can apply for food stamps, and get SNAP benefits in New Mexico.




The main center is at 5840 Office Blvd NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109. Phone number - 505.247.2052. Much of this aid is coordinated with local pantries. Find help from Roadrunner Food Bank.

Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico
2217 E Brady Ave, Clovis NM, 88101. Call (575) 763-6130
Works with local charities, food banks, and other non-profits. They are a centralized warehouse and provide members of the partnership with various services and food programs.

New Mexico Association of Food Bank - Roadrunner Food Bank
2645 Baylor Dr Se
Albuquerque - New Mexico, 87106
(505) 217-1066

Los Alamos Community Food Bank
2390 N Rd, Los Alamos, NM 87544. Phone: (505) 661-8015
This is another non-profit that provides support to churches, soup kitchens, pantries, and other groups in New Mexico. Those sites then provide food, meals, and assistance to the less fortunate and needy in the local community.

Lincoln County Food Bank
138 Service Rd, Ruidoso, NM 88345. Phone: (575) 257-0682
Provides assistance to residents and pantries in the county. Perishable food items, breads, meats, formula, and other basic needs may be served. Senior citizens and children turn to this non-profit.

Albuquerque Indian Center Inc.
105 Texas SE, Albuquerque NM, 87108. Call (505)268-4418
This is the Bernalillo County Food Pantry. Thousands of struggling, unemployed, and working poor from this county receive assistance.





La Vida Mission
Farmington, NM 87499. Phone: (505) 786-3016

E C H O Inc.
401 S Commercial Ave, Farmington - New Mexico 87401. Dial - (505) 325-8222
May have emergency boxes of food during a crisis. Various services are offered including food, education, groceries, clothing, affordable, advocacy, and safe housing, and supportive and nurturing care givers. They also hold cooking classes and have a free poet food pantry.

Albuquerque Rescue Mission - SteelBridge
525 Second St SW, Albuquerque NM, 87102. Call (505)346-4673
Offers both meals as well as food boxes. The boxes of groceries were created to feed a family three meals a day for one week. Seasonal programs include Thanksgiving turkeys and free Christmas meals and assistance.

Barrett House
905 Brother Mathias Place NW, Albuquerque - NM, 87102. Call (505)243-4887
A soup kitchen as well as a Bernalillo County food pantry. Will assist regardless of religion, gender, or age.

The Community Pantry
P.O. Box 520, Gallup, NM 87305. Call 505-726-8068Free food banks in NM

Casa Milagro
Pantry address is 2818 Cuervo Dr NE, Albuquerque - NM, 87110. Call for food assistance - (505)883-8870
Various food assistance and child care programs are offered to the low income and individuals in need.

ECHO Inc. Commodities Supplemental Food Program
300 Menaul, Albuquerque NM, 87107. Call 505-242-6777
Senior citizens will get free food, groceries, ensure, and meals. The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) is one of the services offered at this organization. This is a government program and can be combined with SNAP food stamps.

First United Methodist Church
315 Coal Ave SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102. Call (505) 243-5646
On average a few hundred meals are provided from this agency every day. Food and gift baskets at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas may be served to income qualified New Mexico residents as well.

Good Shepherd Center
218 Iron Street SW, Albuquerque NM, 87102. Dial (505)243-2527
Bernalillo County Meals and shelter for homeless.

Haven of Love Rescue Mission
4025 Isleta SW, Albuquerque NM, 87105. Call (505)873-3771
Bernalillo County Meals to homeless young adult men.







Joy Junction
4500 Second Street SW, Albuquerque NM, 87125. Dial - 505.877.6967
Provides free food, shelter, clothing, transportation, and an array of other services, with a focus on homeless.

Meals on Wheels - Albuquerque
Address - 5901 Harper Dr NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109. Phone: (505) 823-8060

Kitchen Angels, Inc.
1222 Siler Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507. Call (505)471-7780

Food Depot The
Address: Address is 1222 A Siler Road Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507. Phone number - (505) 471-1633
Fruits, vegetables, free baby formula, government commodities, and summer snacks for children are some of the services offered.

Additional New Mexico food banks and centers

The listing and phone numbers above are just some of the food banks, soup kitchens as well as pantries that are available in New Mexico. There are other Feeding America center too. Most of them work with local non-profits, churches, and other organizations to provide free groceries and other forms of assistance to the low-income. However, feel free to dial 505-471-1633 or 505.247.2052 to find other food banks in New Mexico.


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