Homecoming Community Service Project
UNM Alumni Association launches its eighth annual
Homecoming Community Service Project.
Our pack is coming together to collect dry and canned PROTEIN food Monday, Sept. 25, through Friday, Sept. 29, in support of The Storehouse. The UNM Alumni Association will collect items at several locations across UNM’s Main Campus including: Anderson School of Management in the Advisement & Career Services Center (1st Floor), Hodgin Hall Alumni Center, and Johnson Recreation Center.
Receive Your Commemorative Homecoming Pin:
Those who donate an item at the UNM Alumni Association's Faculty and Staff Alumni Luncheon on Wednesday, Sept. 27, will receive a 2017 commemorative UNM Homecoming pin.
More On The Storehouse:
The Storehouse in Albuquerque supports the working poor who are struggling to feed themselves and their families. The nonprofit organization is a private food pantry, ran solely by volunteers and donations, that provides free food to people who are struggling, regardless of race or faith.
In 2016, the Storehouse fed 50,000 people and nearly 1.4 million meals were distributed for free. More than 14 percent of New Mexicans don’t know where their next meal will come from and the state is ranked No. 2 in childhood hunger – 1 out of every 4 children in New Mexico is hungry. The Storehouse became a nonprofit organization in 1976 with one specific mission: to help New Mexicans solve their food insecurities regardless of race, faith, age, gender or disability.
For questions or more information:
Alumni Relations Office