PNM gives $150,000 in donations to food banks across the state

PNM has donated a total of $150,000 to food banks statewide for needy New Mexico families.

The food pantries that received this funding include Albuquerque, Belem, Farmington, Rio Rancho, Ruidoso, Santa Fe, Silver City, and tribal communities across the state, including 19 Pueblos, Navajo Nation, Hicarilla Apache Nation, and Mescalero Apache Nation. included.

The Belém Area Food Pantry received $5,000. The generous donation came from her PNM shareholders and no client funds were used in this effort.

Don Tarry, President and Chief Operating Officer of PNM Resources, said:

“PNM recognizes the need to help those who need it most in our state and encourages other businesses and individuals to do the same.”

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