Assistance League® of Albuquerque’s Program Helps Children Receive an Education
Advocate, a partnership between New Mexico-based advertising and media companies designed to support not-for-profit organizations based in Albuquerque, is launching its “Empty Hanger” advertising campaign today for Assistance League® of Albuquerque. In April, Advocate selected Assistance League... Read Article
The Albuquerque Marriott is hosting its annual summer blood drive to help maintain New Mexico’s blood supply during a historically challenging time for blood donations.
“This blood drive is targeted to collect more than 100 units of blood, which will be vital to the summer blood supply,” Charlene Smith, a spokesperson for United Blood Services said.
The event takes place... Read Article
Please join the New Mexico Forum for Youth in Community at our 8th Annual Youth Practitioners Summit!
Rethinking Youth Development: Exploring Possibilities and Actualizing Positive Youth Development
Thursday, December 2 & Friday, December 3, 2010
Marriott Hotel Uptown
Registration information and an agenda will be available soon.... Read Article
Creative Albuquerque has been approached by three national cultural data gathering initiatives to organize a local consortium that will research, select, coordinate and actualize a much-needed cultural data gathering project for the Greater Albuquerque area.
Albuquerque's creative sector contributes to economic health and community vibrancy, but it has never been regularly... Read Article
Nominate Someone Today!
Know someone working to make a difference in your community -- speaking up, highlighting injustice, or organizing for change? NM Voices for Children would like to honor those doing this hard work. Nominate someone today for the Alice King Public Service Award, the Patty Jennings Citizen Advocacy Award or the Amy Biehl Youth Spirit Award (for youth ages 13-... Read Article
IRS Announces One-Time Filing Relief for Small Organizations that Failed to File for Three Consecutive YearsJul 27 2010
The Internal Revenue Service today announced that small nonprofit organizations at risk of losing their tax-exempt status because they failed to file required returns for 2007, 2008, and 2009 can preserve their exempt status by filing returns by October 15, 2010.
Two types of relief are available for small exempt organizations - a filing extension for the smallest... Read Article
From Ascribe Newswire: Layoffs, being asked to do more with less, salary freezes, and vacant jobs left unfilled- these are some of the conditions plaguing nonprofits and their employees around the country, according to a survey released this week from the John Hopkins University Center for Civil Society Studies. Nearly 40 percent of respondents said they don't have enough staff to... Read Article
Online gifts to nonprofits jumped 23 percent from March through May this year, compared to the same period in 2009, according to a new index that tracks donations. Total charitable contributions during that time—including gifts made through traditional venues—increased only 6.2 percent.
The new tracking index was created by Blackbaud, a Charleston, S.C.-based consulting firm for... Read Article
The Rio Grande Food Project is hosting a free seminar on public benefits available in New Mexico. Anyone who works with the general public at a food pantry, soup kitchen, homeless shelter or other social service agency will find it beneficial.
Patricia Anders, Staff Attorney for the NM Center on Law and Poverty will lead the seminar on Tuesday, July 20 from 1:00-3:00 pm at the... Read Article
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) promotes an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the growth, learning and development of young professionals. We engage and support future nonprofit and community leaders through professional development, networking and social opportunities for young people involved in the nonprofit community.
This... Read Article