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Santa Fe County food banks and pantries.

Locate places to turn to for free food in Santa Fe County New Mexico. Pantries as well as soup kitchens provide assistance to low income families as well as the disabled and children. Not only may emergency food be passed out, but locations also offer surplus USDA commodities as well as hot meals at Christmas or Thanksgiving.

There are food banks that help immigrants in Santa Fe as well as newcomers to the county. The volunteers at the non-profits will direct the applicant to programs that may assist them. A wide range of services can be arranged. Not only may groceries be giving out, but residents can often learn about applications for WIC for women or SNAP food stamps.

Some of the primary locations in the county are below. If an elderly person or disabled member can't make it to a center, then they can inquire into a Meals on Wheels service or other options.

Madrid Cultural Projects
Address is 2876 Highway 14
Madrid, New Mexico 87010
Main phone - (505) 471-1633

610 Alta Vista SFPS Office of Student Wellness
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 467-2524
The Santa Fe County County mostly focuses on students. Free groceries, meals, shelter, and more is provided.

Benvenidos Outreach
Address is 1511 Fifth Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
For hours, call (505) 986-0583
A free food pantry is on site. Holiday meals, summer snacks for children, and applications to SNAP food stamps can be provided by staff.




Christ Lutheran Church
Address is 1701 Arroyo Chamiso
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 983-9461
Assistance ranges from non-perishable food to blankets for the homeless and surplus clothing.

Food Depot
1222-A Siler Road
Santa Fe, NM 87507
(505) 471-1633
A leading distribution center in Santa Fe. The organization acquires surplus food and meals, personal care products, paper goods, soaps, and other household items from restaurants, bakeries, and other locations. They are then given to low income families. They also work with Feeding America of New Mexico.

Food For Santa Fe
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Dial the pantry at (505) 920-2191

Life Link - Sojourners' Advocacy Cafe
Address is 1424 Fourth Street
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 438-0010
The day center focuses on women, children, and single moms. A cafe serves hot meals, passes out food, and offer classes such as on GE or child care.

Light At Mission Viejo
Address is 4601 Mission Bend
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507
(505) 982-2080
An emergency food pantry is on site.

Salvation Army Food Bank
525 West Alameda
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504
(505) 988-8054
A food pantry is on site. Other programs in Santa Fe include Meals on Wheels, a thrift store, and transitional housing. They also serve Thanksgiving and Christmas meals.





Southwest Care Center Specialty Services
649 Harkle Road, Suite E
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 989-8200

St. John The Baptist Catholic Church
Address: 1301 Osage Avenue
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 984-3118
A soup kitchen is on site. There may also be vouchers for groceries, money for rent or energy bills, baby formula, and more.

St. John's United Methodist Church
Location is 1200 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 982-5397

St. Vincent De Paul
Address: 1088 Early Street
Santa Fe, NM 87502
(505) 989-8328
Volunteers feed the hungry and poor. Meals on Wheels as well as a food pantry are offered along with financial help for bills or medications. Other resources include baby formula and holiday meals.




Vineyard Christian Fellowship
Address is 1352 San Juan Drive
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
(505) 424-0878
Free boxes of groceries are passed out to the needy.

For additional information, dial 505.471.1633. Non-profits in Santa Fe can provide other assistance. Learn about everything from local pantries to soup kitchens as well as government aid.


By Jon McNamara

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