ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Families across the metro now have food to get them through the holidays.
Roadrunner Food Bank held its mobile food pantry outside of the Alamosa Health Center in the South Valley. People are able to fill up their carts with everything from peanut butter to even hams and turkey.
“Everyone wants to feel like everyone else at the holiday time, and be able to provide themselves and their families with food and necessities that they need,” President and CEO Mag Strittmatter said.
The nonprofit said Monday’s goal was to help about 400 families. Roadrunner Food Bank also held a mobile food pantry in Las Cruces.