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Fill the Box

Happy Holidays from Journey Pediatrics to your family! 
We are so thankful to come alongside you in your journey of parenthood for the health and wellbeing of your children!  
Our mission at Journey Pediatrics is to foster an engaging relationship between health care providers, parents, teachers and the community for the health of ABQ children.  During this time of COVID there are tremendous needs among many families in our city.  We wanted to provide an opportunity for you all to partner with us to serve the needs of families of a local elementary school particularly in anticipation of the upcoming holiday season.
Journey Pediatrics will serve as the drop off site for our “Fill the Box” campaign. Give the gift of warmth and joy by dropping off the following new or gently used items for kids 4-11 years-old to the clinic through December 18. 

The Wishlist

Winter apparel:   coats, hats, gloves
Games: board or card games, books
Toys:   trucks, dolls, stuffed animals, Legos
Balls: soccer, football, kickball, volleyball

Have a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!

END HUNGER in New Mexico

1 in 5 children in New Mexico face hunger every day. The Road Runner Food Bank has many programs to help children and their families receive healthy food items daily to combat hunger.  For every $1 donated, our partners at Roadrunner Food Bank are able to distribute FIVE meals in communities across the state. 

Family Hunger Initiative:

We would like to support this organization and the good work they are doing to relieve childhood hunger in our city and state.  Join us in helping end hunger in New Mexico.


In the past 30 days, have you:

  • worried if your food would run out before you had money to buy more?
  • run out of food and didn’t have money to buy more?

If you answered yes to either of the two questions above, we would like encourage you to reach out to our partners at Roadrunner Food Bank. (Get help by clicking here.) You may also be interested in learning more about Roadrunner’s Childhood Hunger Initiative (CHI).  For additional information about CHI please call (505) 349-5353.


Bring non-perishable items to our clinic to support RoadRunner Food Bank.

Help Raise The Necessary Funds an Awareness. Donate directly to Road Runner Food Bank.

 BRING-a-book | Take-a-book

20% of New Mexicans 16 years old and older have literacy skills measured at a level 1, on a scale of 1 through 5.  64% percent of all jobs require a literacy skill level of 3 or higher (click here for more info).

Childhood Literacy Initiative:

Evidence based research demonstrates how children who are read to aloud for 20 minutes every day–between 6 months and 5 years of age–are more equipped for academic success.  Reading to children at an early age also increases their desire to make reading a part of their life beyond childhood (click here for more info).

Journey Pediatrics would like to join the effort to improve childhood and later adulthood literacy. Within our lobby we have a small interactive Bring-a-Book, Take-a-Book library.  We invite you to select books you would like to take home with you. In exchange, we ask that you leave behind a book you are no longer reading so it can be shared with other Journey families.

In the future, we hope to join Reach Out and Read, a national organization focused on partnering with pediatric clinics to provide age appropriate books at well child exams.

8308 Constitution Pl NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110.


Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 5PM

Phone: (505) 883-9570
Fax: (505) 883-4163