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Together we can.

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Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!


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Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area, we formed our organization to provide sensible solutions. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!


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We focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us affect change. Using data driven models, we provide solutions that make a long-lasting difference.



We Believe if we can change the life of 1 child,

how many lives will that 1 child change

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CARLSBAD, N.M. — XTO Energy, a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil, has donated $20,000 to Packs for Hunger. The program provides pantry food items for local students and their families.  Packs for Hunger is now feeding 196 families a week amid the COVID-19 pandemic. They're expecting more and more families will be in need of food as summer approaches.  Packs for Hunger normally distributes food inside backpacks, but due to the increase of need, they're now distributing food boxes with 20-25 pounds of food such as beans, pasta, nuts and other non-perishable items.  “This donation provided by XTO will boost our efforts of serving families faster because our program does not require a cumbersome application process for families to prove need,” said Packs for Hunger Program Director Carol Worley. “We are very blessed with caring corporate neighbors like XTO Energy to help us to feed families in our area.

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Highlights of our program.

1. The child nominated by the school staff, Medical Staff, Clergy or Law Enforcement (Parents cannot request pack)
2. Child must bring pack back each week.
3. Child must not deface pack.


ANY one in our community can help build a backpack. ONLY members of ESA and your chapter can pickup and deliver packs.

We accept no federal/state money, that way we do not have to fall under their guidelines of who will receive the packs. Zeta Nu operates on local donation from our community only (money and food).
 Our first program, we did 5 packs to 2 schools. We use backpacks for our weekend program. This last year we filled  9,648 packs  We do not know the child name nor do we want to. The schools appoint their own administer who over sees the giving/ receiving the pack from the child. The principle appoints this person the chair of the program will introduce your chapter member to the principle/ administer of that school.

We can send you the letter I have adopted and how we send it. The cost per pack is between $10-$12 per week and we operate from the 1st Friday after Labor Day (September) until about 2 weeks before school closes in May. We use new/ gentle used pack packs for our program. Also food list of items we put in our packs. We do single child packs and leave it up to the schools to give out to the child.

Zeta Nu stands on the foundation that there is no "I" in team, and we are all in this together.

Our main contact with the Carlsbad Schools is Allision Herval and/or Kim Arrington  575-234-3300.  In Loving, Liz Campbell 575-745-2085 at JMA Stacy Frakes 575-234-1703 . We operate our Packs for Hunger Program under ESA Foundation 501c3 Federal tax number 23-7099403.

We believe if we can change the life of 1 child how many lives will that 1 child change.

If you Believe, We can achieve


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