Careers at Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico.

"Our mission is to end hunger in New Mexico."

About Roadrunner® Food Bank of New Mexico:

Founded in late 1979, Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico has been serving New Mexico’s hungry since 1980 thanks to a vision by founder Reverend Titus Scholl. Reverend Scholl started the organization by distributing food to the hungry out of the trunk of a car. From those humble beginnings, much has changed in Roadrunner’s 40-year history. The food bank has had three different homes (a building on Edith Blvd., an old potato chip factory on Baylor, and currently a renovated food distribution facility on Office Blvd.).

But the one thing that hasn’t changed in our 40-year history is our service to people experiencing hunger in our state. We and our statewide network of partners are leaders in creating solutions to end hunger in New Mexico and provide a variety of food items to people struggling to cover their nutritional food needs. Our food industry partners have helped make our work a reality by donating millions of pounds of food from across the country and right here in New Mexico year after year. Between the food donations we receive from our food rescue activities and the food items we purchase, every year we are able to distribute millions of pounds of food that includes fruits, vegetables, shelf-stable food items found in a typical at-home food pantry, and other perishables such as meat, dairy, eggs and so much more.

While we know that providing food through our statewide distribution network is vital, we need to do more and in a slightly different way. We have expanded our mission to yes of course feed people, but also to focus on SEEDING partnerships that build self-sufficiency for tomorrow and LEADING to achieve our vision of permanently ending hunger in our state.

Our Impact

Roadrunner® Food Bank, a Feeding America member, is the largest non-profit dedicated to solving hunger in New Mexico. The food bank serves as a distribution hub and provides food to hundreds of affiliated partners around the state including food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, group homes and regional food banks. Roadrunner also distributes food through its own specialized programs helping children, families and seniors at schools, low-income seniors housing sites, senior centers and healthcare clinics. Last year, the food bank distributed more than 40 million pounds of food, helping tens of thousands of people experiencing hunger every week through a statewide hunger-relief network. For more information on solving hunger in New Mexico, visit www.rrfb.org, or follow us on social media: Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

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