Serving the Timberon & surrounding mountain communities. 

Our only requirements are that you reside in Timberon or the surrounding area.

COVID-19 Information: We will be observing the current social distancing safety suggestions of being 6 feet apart as much as possible during distributions. Our volunteers will also be wearing masks & gloves. Participants are more than welcome to wear their own masks if they so wish. We want to make our events as safe as possible while helping those in need in our community while also trying to keep everyone safe and healthy. 

If you are homebound, in need of food and don’t have anyone to pick up food for you, please contact us and let us know.

Do you have extra plastic grocery sacks? We need them! Please bring any extra grocery bags to one of our Weekly Food Pantry days.

Weekly Food Pantry

NEW DAY & TIME!!!

Saturdays from 10am -11am

Unless noted under “Closures” below. 

172 Chaucer Dr, Timberon

Directions: Follow Merlin from the Lodge, turn left onto Hoover, then take the first left onto Chaucer Dr. Go .08 miles, 3rd house on the left. Please come in the 1st driveway, look for Entrance Sign. We will be hosting the food Pantry in our big green garage.

Please contact us to schedule a time to drop off, or pick up, donations.

***CLOSURES***
Please note the we will not have pantry on the following dates:

Saturday, April 3rd, 2021
Saturday, December 25th, 2021
Saturday, January 1st, 2022

Road Runner Monthly Mobile Food Pantry

TIMBERON DISTRIBUTION IS ON THE 3RD FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH

1:00 pm at the Timberon Lodge Parking Lot


Please keep your eyes on our website, and join our email newsletter for future Road Runner updates.

***WINTER STORM UPDATES***
Please keep an eye on our website & Facebook page for any last minute changes to the Roadrunner distribution due to winter storms!

Volunteer at one of our distribution events!

Find other Otero County Food Resources

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