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More than 285,000 New Mexicans experience food insecurity.

1,850

Food-insecure individuals in Colfax County (14.9%)

550

Food-insecure children in Colfax County (24.2%)

12,406

Total countypopulation

270,491

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,850

Food-insecure individuals in Colfax County (14.9%)

12,406

Total county population

550

Food-insecure children in Colfax County (24.2%)

270,491

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

70

Food-insecure individuals in Harding County (12.9%)

10

Food-insecure children in Harding County (20.8%)

533

Total countypopulation

51,316

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

70

Food-insecure individuals in Harding County (12.9%)

533

Total county population

10

Food-insecure children in Harding County (20.8%)

51,316

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,080

Food-insecure individuals in Los Alamos County (5.6%)

220

Food-insecure children in Los Alamos County (5.2%)

19,169

Total countypopulation

185,410

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,080

Food-insecure individuals in Los Alamos County (5.6%)

19,169

Total county population

220

Food-insecure children in Los Alamos County (5.2%)

185,410

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

630

Food-insecure individuals in Mora County (14.9%)

120

Food-insecure children in Mora County (24.5%)

4,232

Total countypopulation

376,542

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

630

Food-insecure individuals in Mora County (14.9%)

4,232

Total county population

120

Food-insecure children in Mora County (24.5%)

376,542

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

5,360

Food-insecure individuals in Rio Arriba County (13.3%)

1,750

Food-insecure children in Rio Arriba County (18.7%)

40,347

Total countypopulation

1,587,080

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

5,360

Food-insecure individuals in Rio Arriba County (13.3%)

40,347

Total county population

1,750

Food-insecure children in Rio Arriba County (18.7%)

1,587,080

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

15,420

Food-insecure individuals in Santa Fe County (10%)

4,260

Food-insecure children in Santa Fe County (15.6%)

153,632

Total countypopulation

2,919,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

15,420

Food-insecure individuals in Santa Fe County (10%)

153,632

Total county population

4,260

Food-insecure children in Santa Fe County (15.6%)

2,919,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,390

Food-insecure individuals in San Miguel County (16%)

1,220

Food-insecure children in San Miguel County (24.5%)

27,357

Total countypopulation

839,460

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,390

Food-insecure individuals in San Miguel County (16%)

27,357

Total county population

1,220

Food-insecure children in San Miguel County (24.5%)

839,460

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,280

Food-insecure individuals in Taos County (12.5%)

1,110

Food-insecure children in Taos County (18.5%)

34,322

Total countypopulation

1,042,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,280

Food-insecure individuals in Taos County (12.5%)

34,322

Total county population

1,110

Food-insecure children in Taos County (18.5%)

1,042,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

530

Food-insecure individuals in Union County (12.8%)

170

Food-insecure children in Union County (20.1%)

4,122

Total countypopulation

123,012

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

530

Food-insecure individuals in Union County (12.8%)

4,122

Total county population

170

Food-insecure children in Union County (20.1%)

123,012

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,850

Food-insecure individuals in Colfax County (14.9%)

550

Food-insecure children in Colfax County (24.2%)

12,406

Total countypopulation

270,491

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,850

Food-insecure individuals in Colfax County (14.9%)

12,406

Total county population

550

Food-insecure children in Colfax County (24.2%)

270,491

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

70

Food-insecure individuals in Harding County (12.9%)

10

Food-insecure children in Harding County (20.8%)

533

Total countypopulation

51,316

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

70

Food-insecure individuals in Harding County (12.9%)

533

Total county population

10

Food-insecure children in Harding County (20.8%)

51,316

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,080

Food-insecure individuals in Los Alamos County (5.6%)

220

Food-insecure children in Los Alamos County (5.2%)

19,169

Total countypopulation

185,410

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

1,080

Food-insecure individuals in Los Alamos County (5.6%)

19,169

Total county population

220

Food-insecure children in Los Alamos County (5.2%)

185,410

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

630

Food-insecure individuals in Mora County (14.9%)

120

Food-insecure children in Mora County (24.5%)

4,232

Total countypopulation

376,542

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

630

Food-insecure individuals in Mora County (14.9%)

4,232

Total county population

120

Food-insecure children in Mora County (24.5%)

376,542

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

5,360

Food-insecure individuals in Rio Arriba County (13.3%)

1,750

Food-insecure children in Rio Arriba County (18.7%)

40,347

Total countypopulation

1,587,080

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

5,360

Food-insecure individuals in Rio Arriba County (13.3%)

40,347

Total county population

1,750

Food-insecure children in Rio Arriba County (18.7%)

1,587,080

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

15,420

Food-insecure individuals in Santa Fe County (10%)

4,260

Food-insecure children in Santa Fe County (15.6%)

153,632

Total countypopulation

2,919,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

15,420

Food-insecure individuals in Santa Fe County (10%)

153,632

Total county population

4,260

Food-insecure children in Santa Fe County (15.6%)

2,919,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,390

Food-insecure individuals in San Miguel County (16%)

1,220

Food-insecure children in San Miguel County (24.5%)

27,357

Total countypopulation

839,460

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,390

Food-insecure individuals in San Miguel County (16%)

27,357

Total county population

1,220

Food-insecure children in San Miguel County (24.5%)

839,460

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,280

Food-insecure individuals in Taos County (12.5%)

1,110

Food-insecure children in Taos County (18.5%)

34,322

Total countypopulation

1,042,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

4,280

Food-insecure individuals in Taos County (12.5%)

34,322

Total county population

1,110

Food-insecure children in Taos County (18.5%)

1,042,923

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

530

Food-insecure individuals in Union County (12.8%)

170

Food-insecure children in Union County (20.1%)

4,122

Total countypopulation

123,012

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

530

Food-insecure individuals in Union County (12.8%)

4,122

Total county population

170

Food-insecure children in Union County (20.1%)

123,012

Meals distributed countywide in 2023

Our impact

The Food Depot serves as the food bank for nine counties in Northern New Mexico.

Learn more about each county we serve by clicking on the map above.

The Food Depot provides no-cost, healthy food across nine counties in Northern New Mexico: over 26,000 miles! Our hunger-relief network of more than 80 partner agencies works alongside The Food Depot’s mobile food pantries, school-based pantries, food mobile, and drive-through distributions. Together, community members can access over 150 food distribution sites.

In 2023, The Food Depot programs and partner agencies distributed 9 million pounds of food across Northern New Mexico. Over 60% of food distributed was fruits and vegetables, and 20% was protein.