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Data shows that one in every four children throughout New Mexico are food insecure — that's approximately 130,000 children who are unsure where their next meal is coming from.
The New Mexico Out-of-School Time (NMOST) Network is committed to expanding access to healthy meals after school to the 130,000 children who face food insecurity. We do so by conducting outreach in order to educate eligible programs about federal nutrition programs such as the At-Risk Meals Program. NMOST feels this is a necessary investment to improve the health and education outcomes of New Mexico's most vulnerable citizens.
Impact of Food Insecurity on Children and Youth
Childhood Hunger in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic
July 2020 No Kid Hungry Report
— What is the At-Risk Meals Program?
— Join the Food Program
— NMOST Infographics (Click on images to download the PDF)