While many believe that the billions in the recently passed Healthcare Reform Act are just for healthcare, one of the best kept secrets in Washington is that the legislation channels millions in funding to other areas of vital interest to other nonprofits, tribes and local governments. This includes, but is not limited to, funding for social services, senior programs, services... Read Article
The Samaritan Counseling Center has hosted the New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards since 2000. The program honors organizations and individuals who promote ethical business conduct for the benefit of the workplace, the marketplace, the environment and the community.
Ethical business practice is determined by right organizational and individual behavior based on high standards... Read Article
How Will Health Care Reform Impact NM?
The National Health Care Reform & Its Impact on New Mexico Forum is Tuesday, April 27, 7-9pm, at the First Unitarian Church, 3701 Carlisle Blvd. NE, in Albuquerque.
Since health care reform passed last month, many people have been wondering how the legislation will affect the programs they use and how it will impact New Mexico as a... Read Article
The Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership at the Santa Fe Community Foundation is more than happy to support the Santa Fe Mountain Center’s partnership with the Trevor Project.
Despite huge advances in tolerance and acceptance, many LGBTQI youth continue to be at great risk for violence, bullying, and the associated stress and depression that comes with being a... Read Article
The Internal Revenue Service wants to remind tax-exempt organizations to make sure they file their annual information form on time. In 2010 the tax-exempt status of any non-profit that has not filed the required form in the last three years will be revoked.
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 requires that non-profit organizations that do not file a required information form... Read Article
Celebrate Earth Day April 22nd by contributing to 2 great causes
APS Title I Homeless Program
Bernalillo County Council of the PTA Clothing Bank... Read Article
The New Mexico Women's Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations to help make it possible for women to generate income through their work with arts, crafts, home enterprises, and cottage industries.
To be eligible for micro-grants, which usually range between $2,000 and $4,000 each, groups must be located in New Mexico, have some type of governing... Read Article
Do you know of an unsung hero in the corporate giving world? Well, it’s time to start singing!
The New Mexico Business Weekly’s Corporate Heroes publication and awards event will honor our region’s most generous businesses and volunteers.
Nominations close today, April 16, 2010, at 5 p.m., so submit your nomination here!
With limos, a red carpet, and glamorous "stars", the Fame & Shame Awards show looks like its more famous cousin in Hollywood. But these awards expose the tobacco industry’s influence in Hollywood, and point out how popular actors and movies encourage young people to start smoking.
The awards ceremony also honors middle school and high school students from around the state... Read Article
Assistance League® of Albuquerque to receive in-kind advertising, marketing and media services
Advocate, a partnership between New Mexico-based advertising and media companies designed to support not-for-profit organizations and charities based in Albuquerque, announced today the recipient of the 2010 Advocate program. Assistance League of Albuquerque, an all-volunteer... Read Article