New Mexicans donate food to Stamp Out Hunger

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Millions of people, including New Mexicans, are trying to help others put food on their table during the nation’s largest food drive day.

This is the 22nd year of the Stamp Out Hunger food drive.

People left non-perishables near their mailbox.

Mail carriers throughout the country have been out today collecting the food.

The food collected in Albuquerque will go to the Roadrunner Food Bank.

According to Map the Meal Gap, New Mexico has ranked number one in the country for childhood hunger for two years.

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