Resources and Other Information
Resources (Food Related)
Please note this information is constantly changing, we are trying our best to keep it as updated and accurate as possible.
The Empty Pantry Fund
Former Gov. Bill Richardson, The New Mexican and several community leaders are partnering on an effort called the Empty Pantry Fund to help city and county residents who are struggling to feed their families during the COVID-19 crisis.
The fund, which already has raised more than $70,000, will allow area residents who’ve lost their jobs during the crisis to apply for a $200 gift card to a local grocery store.
To apply for a grocery store gift card:
To donate: Tax-deductible donations can be made online through the Santa Fe Community Foundation at santafecf.org/emptypantry or mailed as a check to the Empty Pantry Fund c/o The Santa Fe Community Foundation at P.O. Box 1827, Santa Fe, NM, 87504-1827.
For more information: Call 505-699-3246.
Vulnerable Guests Shopping Hours
Albertsons/Market Station - Monday and Thursday 7 am -9 am
Whole Foods Market -7 am - 8 am every day
Smiths -Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7am -8 am
Target - First Hour of shopping each Wednesday
Santa Fe Public Schools "Grab and Go"
School-aged and under, can receive a "grab and go" breakfast and lunch bag from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Monday - Friday. Addresses for the locations are listed below.
Aspen Community School:
450 La Madera St, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Capital High School:
4851 Paseo del Sol, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Chaparral Elementary School:
2451 Avenida Chaparral, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Kearny Elementary School:
901 Avenida de las Campanas, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Ramirez Thomas Elementary School:
3200 Calle Po Ae Pi, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Santa Fe High School:
2100 Yucca St, Santa Fe, NM 87505
Sweeney Elementary School:
501 Airport Rd, Santa Fe, NM 87507
Salvation Army Food Distribution
The Salvation Army will be distributing the meals throughout the community during this time. If you are a community or neighborhood representative and would like drop off to your community, please contact Lt. Immanuel from The Salvation Army at 562-618-5055.
Instacart online or app
With this app you can order groceries and other items from:
- Natural Grocery
- CVS Pharmacy
- Sam’s Club
- Food King
- Market Street
Choose your store >shop for items > check out >add delivery address >add delivery time/ instructions>pay
There is a Delivery fee $3.99, a service fee $2.00, and driver tip starts at $2.00
You can also choose the “Pick up Option”
Walmart and Target have curbside pick up options:
www.target.com or get the app
New Mexico WIC
Is ensuring families with young children or infants have access to healthy food items and formula. If you feel you qualify go to the website and fill out an application for an eWIC card. You can also call the Santa Fe WIC Clinic (505)476-2602.www.nmwic.org
Internet Essentials for low-income households:
- We’ve increased speeds to 25/3 Mbps for all Internet Essentials customers.
- New customers who apply by April 30 will receive two months of free service with no obligation to continue the service after that.
- Opened up all of our public WiFi hotspots—free for everyone
- Pausing our data plan—no data limits for 60 days
- No disconnects or late fees
- Internet Essentials speed increase and two months free for new customers
- Educational content on X1 – just say “education” into the voice remote
- News on X1 – just say “Coronavirus” into the voice remote
- Continued 24/7 network monitoring – we already do this, but our teams are laser-focused on ensuring reliability and capacity at this critical time.
Making Current Movies Available In-home: Universal Pictures will be making its movies available in the home the same day they’ve available in theaters.