New Mexico Nonprofits, Your Input Is Needed by Dec 15!

Please take 2015 New Mexico Nonprofit Survey

This year's survey will provide valuable information on the key issues that New Mexico nonprofits are working on, the opportunities and challenges we face, and how we can continue to work together to ensure the well-being of all New Mexicans.

This short confidential survey will ask questions about your nonprofit organization’s work, the communities that you serve, and ways in which your organization works with other organizations and coalitions.

Please complete one survey per organization by Tuesday, December 15th.

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To help us reach as many other nonprofits as possible, please share the link with your partner organizations in personal emails and on social media. The number of respondents increased 300% from 2013 to 2014; we hope to add at least 100 new organizations this year.

Organizations that complete the survey can participate in a raffle for the chance to win one of the following prizes:

  • One of three $50 gift certificates to
  • One of four half-day trainings at CNPE for one person from your organization
  • One year of unlimited trainings at CNPE for one person from you organization

"Last year's survey sparked a new type of conversation around the possibilities stemming from intentional, strategic collaborations for a common good - collaborations that can leverage all of our individual organizational work for systems change." Andrea Plaza, Encuentro

This survey effort is being led by Building Movement Project (BMP), in partnership with Kellogg Foundation, Con Alma Health Foundation, and many New Mexico nonprofits, such as: Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, Encuentro, Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Partnership for Community Action, Prosperity Works, South Valley Academy, SouthWest Organizing Project, Strong Families New Mexico, and the UNM Office for Community Health.

The feedback we recieved from last year’s survey led to the report, "Working Towards the Common Good," which talks about New Mexico's social sector's strenghts (collaboration) and challenges (long waiting lists).

BMP plans to release a report on this year’s survey in early 2016.

If you have any questions about this survey, feel free to contact Sean Thomas-Breitfeld or Alicia Lueras Maldonado.

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