Resources to help families with food this Thanksgiving


With lines out the door at many grocery stores in New Mexico, many people are looking for cheaper and free alternatives to get food on the table this Thanksgiving.

“We see communities who are having 35-40% of their children who could be at risk for hunger during this time frame,” said Sonya Warwick, a spokesperson for Roadrunner Food Bank.

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