Roadrunner Food Bank, Inc.
July 6, 2011
Roadrunner Food Bank in Albuquerque, New Mexico plays a unique role in food distribution throughout New Mexico. They are not a faith-based organization but they often work with churches, etc. They are really cooperative and gather food from every imaginable source. They supply smaller groups and also give to people in need directly. I am impressed by their communication with the public and their openness to listen to new ideas and needs. RRFB also works with school groups and other groups to pack boxes with food. It is a very educational experience, especially when the participants realize the great need in New Mexico.
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volunteering at the food bank, collecting food, sorting etc.
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Try to get the word out about them
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my husband and I decided to give a recurring gift because the need is so great
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Donor & I have given to certain campaigns and have helped sort food and pack boxes.
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