It is that time again to get some free supplies for mom and baby. A church in the Northeast is where you can get some very much-needed necessities. A non-profit organization has been helping out struggling families in El Paso and in Las Cruces.

Not only do they serve El Paso and Las Cruces but also surrounding communities. We all know the struggles that families went through during the pandemic and even after.

It's especially stressful for single parents to raise a child or children on their own. When you're a single mother trying to provide for the family, it can be demanding.

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Thankfully there is extra help for struggling families that need certain necessities. The non-profit organization HERPantry goes above and beyond to serve our community and surrounding communities.

HERPantry's located at 4727 Hondo Pass Dr. Suite E. in the Northeast of town. The non-profit organization provides certain items for women and their babies.

The goal is to help out the families with certain necessities that are costly. It especially helps if you're struggling financially.

When they are holding their distribution event, they provide you with the formula for infants, children's diapers, and menstrual products for women. HERPantry's mission is to raise awareness about diaper needs and menstrual poverty.

They serve households at least once a month to Texas and New Mexico residents. If you're in need of certain items to help take some of the load off your budget, then you're in luck.

Sometimes if they have enough necessities they can actually hold two distributions in one month. HERPantry will hold another distribution that will be Sunday, October 24. The distribution will take place tonight from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm at Holy Ghost Tabernacle.

So if you could use some help with children's diapers, baby wipes, infant formula, and menstrual products, don't hesitate to stop by.

If you would like to pick up a care package, make sure to bring your TX/NM photo I.D. with you. Plus, they're more than happy to accept donations if you have any of those items to give.

You can get more information by visiting their Facebook page by clicking here.

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