The New Mexico Collaboration to End Hunger has scheduled a series of meetings around the state to examine the problem of hunger in several communities. Specific data on hunger in New Mexico and in each county will be presented. Group discussions will be held to determine just what's working, what's not working and what would really make a difference in ending hunger.
Participants will be asked to Take the Pledge to make a difference in ending hunger in New Mexico by committing to taking one key action step in their community. One meeting was already held in Silver City and Grant County on Oct. 14. It was hosted by the Volunteer Center of Grant County, Healthy Kids Healthy Communities Grant County, and the Silver City Food Co-op.
A meeting in Las Cruces for Oct. 26, which was to be hosted by the New Mexico Community Foundation, was rescheduled to an undetermined date.
Here is a list of upcoming meetings, including location:
Wednesday, October 27, 1-3 PM
Maddox Foundation Offices, 220 W Broadway St, Hobbs
Hosted by: Maddox Foundation
Farmington & Bloomfield
Tuesday, November 9, 10 AM-Noon
Sycamore Park Community Center at 1051 Sycamore Street, Farmington
Hosted by: Leadership San Juan
Thursday, November 11, 2-4 PM
Location to be determined
Hosted by: PNM Resources Foundation, the New Mexico Community Foundation, and the Albuquerque Community Foundation
Wednesday November 17, 10AM-Noon
Mabel Dodge Lujan House, 240 Morada Lane, Taos
Hosted by: Taos Community Foundation
Thursday November 18,10 AM-Noon
Homewise, 1301 Siler Road Santa Fe, NM
Hosted by: Santa Fe Community Foundation
For more information, conctact Nancy Pope or Sarah Newman.