Hunger Action Month: Sept. 14 challenge

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Pets are family, too

Did you know that The Food Depot has a Food 4 Pets program that provides a supplemental supply of food to Northern New Mexicans in rural communities? This helps families keep their pet, or a senior keep their only companion — and not have to share their human food from The Food Depot with their pet. This is healthy for the pet as well as for their human companion. For every dollar donated to the Food 4 Pets program, 10 pet meals can be provided.

Follow along on social media with the hashtag #TFDHAM2018.