Neighbor to Neighbor Fund Drive 2021

Celebrating 10 Years Together – Happy Anniversary!
on the Third Saturday in September

The Neighbor to Neighbor Fund Drive is the largest annual fund drive benefitting The Food Depot.

The 2021 Neighbor to Neighbor Campaign is Complete!

Thanks to you, we crushed our goals in 2021!

120 participating groups and 20 individual donors made 1,205 gifts totaling $201,428.99 = 1,007,145 lbs. of food or 805,716 meals!
View 2021 Fundraiser Totals by Neighborhood/Category

2021 Goals:

  • $185,000 Donated
  • 150+ total participating neighborhoods & businesses

Download N2N Forms:

We can’t thank each community, school and business who participated enough to help bring in these outstanding donations!

  The Neighbor to Neighbor campaign will be a Fund Drive only for 2021 to preserve public health. Moving to a fund drive will make Neighbor to Neighbor easier to participate in than ever before. Everyone who wants to join this year’s drive will be able to donate with a check or credit card.

  Hunger is constant in the lives of many especially now with unemployment soaring and so many laid off. It is time to come together as a community to show how much we care about families in need and how our appreciation for efforts of The Food Depot. The Food Depot is an integral part of the fabric of northern New Mexico helping in so many ways with their service programs and food distribution to over 145 non-profit agencies throughout the nine northern counties.

  The Neighbor to Neighbor Fund Drive is THE largest fund drive in northern New Mexico benefiting The Food Depot. In 2020 128 neighborhoods and businesses collected over 854,000 lbs of food. Your neighborhood or business can be a part of this important event. Our challenge is to grow those numbers in 2021. We can do this together with your help! The top fundraising neighborhoods and businesses will receive special recognition at the end of the Neighbor to Neighbor Fund Drive!

  There are close to 18,500 food insecure people in Santa Fe County, over 6,000 are children, which is why we need neighbors to stand together with other Santa Fe neighborhoods to help our community.

The 2021 Neighbor to Neighbor Team would like to recognize and congratulate the communities listed below for showing continuous support through the years! THANK YOU! You all have truly made a difference!

10 Years with N2N: Arroyo Chamisa, Sol Y Lomas, Candlelight, La Tierra, Las Acequias, Vista Encantada

9 Years with N2N: Agua Fria, Casa Linda, El Castillo Senior Living, Evergreen, La Entrada @ Rancho Viejo, Las Campanas, Nicole Place @ Vista Montana, Nava Ade, Santa Fe Estates, Valle del Sol Phases 4&5

NOTE: If we have missed your neighborhood in this list and you think you have been with us 9 or 10 years, let Linda Flatt know at: Thank you.

Join our Neighbor to Neighbor Food Drive Facebook Group to stay up-to-date on the latest details and share info about your community!

City of Santa Fe Neighborhoods

{2021 participating neighborhoods in Bold}

800 East Association Arroyo Chamisa/Sol y Lomas NA
Aspen Creek Baca-Sierra Vista Neighborhood Association
Barrio la Canada Botulph Cul de Sac Community
Calle de Suenos Candlelight NA
Canyon Gate (Old Las Vegas Place) Casa Alegre
Casa Bonita Loop Casa Linda NA
Casa Solana Cielo Azul
Cielo Lumbre HOA Cielo Vista Condos
Colores Del Sol Commons on Alameda
Don Diego Don Gaspar
Dos Santos HOA Estancia Primera Community Service
Evergreen HOA Historic Hillside
Historic St. Catherine Jaguar & Village Loop
Kachina Ridge La Joya
La Madera Las Acequias NA (LANA)
Las Americas Owner Association Las Lomas
Los Cerros Colorados Los Miradores Condo Association
Nava Ade HOA Palace Avenue
Park Plazas Association Placita de Vista HOAMCO
Placitas de Santa Fe Pueblo Alegre
Pueblos de Rodeo Road Pueblo del Sol HOAMCO
Quail Run Rancho Del Sol
Ranch Siringo HOAMCO Rio Vista
San Mateo Santa Fe Estates NA
Sierra del Norte HOA Silverado
Sol y Lomas Solana Compound Condos
Southeast Neighborhood Association (SENA) Tiempos Lindos
Tierra Contenta Tierra Escondida HOA
Tierra Madre Trailer Ranch
Trinity Village HOAMCO Upper Camino Cruz Blanca
Valle Chamiso Lane Valle de Sol 1
Valle de Sol 4 & 5 Villas De Toscana HOAMCO
Vista Del Prada HOA Vista Bonita
Vista Encantada (VENA) Vista Montana (Nicole Place)
Vista del Prado HOA Wilderness Gate
Zia Vista Condos Zocalo


Businesses & Organizations

{2021 participating organizations in Bold}

Array Homes Berardinelli Family Funeral Service
Big Dawgs Chuck Wagon Bookies
Book Lovers Boys & Girls Club Santa Fe/Del Norte
Caballeros DeVargas City of Santa Fe
Capital High School Century Bank (all Santa Fe locations)
Eldorado Country Pet Store Española High School
FedEx Ground First Baptist Church of Santa Fe
Fraternal Order of Police Friends of Folk Art Museum
Frogurt Self-Serve Frozen Yogurt GMB Plaster & Stucco
HOAMCO HVL Interiors
Hutton Broadcasting James Kallas Jewelers
Java Joe’s (both locations) Jenkins Gavin Land Use
Kaune’s Neighborhood Market Knights of Columbus
KSWV Radio La Montanita Coop Santa Fe
La Tienda MAKE Santa Fe
Market Street Montoya Land Use Consulting
McCurdy School Nambé Book Club
Natural Grocers New Mexico Bank & Trust *(2 Santa Fe locations)
NM Human Services Dept. New Mexico School for the Arts
Newman’s Nursery Pak Mail
Papa Murphy’s Pizza – Zafarano location Pojoaque Valley High School
The Ranch House Saint John’s College
St. Michael’s High School Santa Fe County
Santa Fe County Admin Office Santa Fe Fiesta Inc.
Santa Fe New Mexican Santa Fe Place Mall
Santa Fe Title Company Seniors On Bikes (SOBs)
Turquoise Trail Pack & Ship ToKo
United Church of Santa Fe UPS
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Washington Federal
We the People Community Acupuncture The Whole Package



County Neighborhoods

{2021 participating neighborhoods in Bold}

285 All (Lamy) Acequia del Barranco de Jacona
Agua Fria Village Association Aldea
Belicia Estates Camino Santa Cruz
Casas de San Juan Colinas Verdes
Colfax County Dean’s Court at Rancho Viejo
El Dorado (ECIA) Estancia Primera
Glorieta Camp Greater Glorieta
Joaquin Vista Community La Cienega Valley Association
La Entrada at Rancho Viejo HOA La Paz (Eldorado)
La Pradera La Tierra Nueva
La Mariposa La Mesilla (NM 399)
Las Campanas Las Serena
Las Ventanos HOAMCO (Los Alamos) Los Arboles HOAMCO (Los Alamos)
Los Sueños Trail Communities Mirador HOAMCO (White Rock)
Moreno Valley Ojito (Arroyo Seco)
Oshara Village Quemazon HOAMCO (Los Alamos)
Rancho Alegre Rancho San Marcos
Rancho Siringo Rancho Viejo South
Santa Fe Estates Sierra Azul
Sierra Del Norte Sundance Estates
Sunlit Hills Neighborhood Association Tessera
Tesuque Tesuque Meadows
Tierra de Oro Trinity Village HOAMCO (Los Alamos)
Vecinos de Pedernal

Thanks to the incredible volunteer support from:

We could not do this without YOU!