Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico

Mailing Address: 5840 Office Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
Additional Address:

Las Cruces Location
505 S. Main St., Suite 149A
Las Cruces, NM 88001

County of Location: Bernalillo, Dona Ana
Phone: (505) 247-2052
NTEE Code: E- Health Care, K- Agriculture, Food, Nutrition, M- Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness and Relief, S- Community Improvement, Capacity Building
Mission Statement:

Feed every hungry person today. Seed partnerships that build self-sufficiency for tomorrow. Lead to achieve our vision of permanently ending hunger in New Mexico

Primary Programs:

Roadrunner® Food Bank, a Feeding America member, is the largest non-profit dedicated to solving hunger in New Mexico. Roadrunner operates locations in Albuquerque and Las Cruces. Last year, the food bank distributed nearly 60 million pounds of food through its own programs and mobile food pantries, a statewide network of partner agencies and regional food banks. With the help of our supporters, the food bank is able to feed tens of thousands of children, seniors and adults weekly. For more information on solving hunger in New Mexico, visit

Other Programs:

Food Rescue: capturing excess and unsold food from food industry partners.

Childhood Hunger Initiative: a school-based program providing food to families and children experiencing hunger.

Senior Hunger Initiative: providing food access at senior centers and low-income senior centers.

Client Services/HELP Center: a public benefits assistance program providing application help to New Mexicans applying for SNAP, Medicare, Medicaid and more.

Second Chances: a job training program providing paid internships to build job skills for people who need additional training or have never had traditional employment.

Mobile Food Pantry: provides access to a variety of nutritious food through drive-thru food distributions at locations across the state.

Healthy Foods Center: a medical referral food pantry located within Roadrunner Food Bank’s Albuquerque facility providing patients access to nutritious food through a referral from partner physicians and clinics.

Healthy Food Markets: a program of Roadrunner Food Bank typically located at a partner healthcare clinic.

SeedCorps: an AmeriCorps placement program in partnership with Roadrunner which seeks to provide nutrition education at food distribution locations, help expand or build capacity at partner food distribution locations and provide emergency food assistance to communities.

Disaster Relief: as part of the Feeding America network, Roadrunner can step in when disaster relief is needed at the local or national level.

Populations Served: All Populations
Counties Served: Statewide
Year Founded:


Annual Budget: $5,000,000 or more
Personnel: 100 or more FTE
Executive Director:

Mag Strittmatter

Accepts inquiries: Accepts inquiries about volunteering, Accepts inquiries about board member positions, Accepts inquiries about service learning, Accepts inquiries about internships
Nonprofit Status: Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS, Is registered as a Nonprofit Corporation with the State of New Mexico
Types of Services Offered: Advocacy, Direct Services, Community Organizing


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