New Mexico groups seek ways to end hunger in state

11/22/2010 | Santa Fe New Mexican, The

The New Mexico Collaboration to End Hunger and the Santa Fe Community Foundation have been holding meetings around the state seeking ways to reduce hunger. Solutions offered included increasing enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, better collaboration among nonprofit groups that deal with hunger and including recipes along with the fresh vegetables that are given to the hungry.

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