Related to: FundraisingGoal: 60,000 Books by March 31st.
Albuquerque needs children’s books for it’s 14th annual “Read to Me” Book Drive. The goal of the book drive is to collect 60,000 new and gently used books for children from low-income families.
Certainly the public library is a great place to get books, but having books of your own is a great confidence builder for... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer ManagementInspire Impact in Your Community. Each year, the Network Volunteer Center in Las Cruces, New Mexico partners with service organizations to host a Volunteer Fair to promote community volunteerism. The Network Volunteer Center is now accepting submissions service projects that will take place during National Volunteer Week.... Read Article
Related to: Evaluation, Related to: Financial ManagementAG Announces Charities Compliance Sweep.
The Office of the Attorney General has started sending out notices to charities across the state that are delinquent in their registration and reporting requirements as required by the Charitable Solicitations Act. The sweep offers delinquent charities the opportunity to come into... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy
The Santa Fe Community Foundation is proud to share the work of staff member, Dr. Katherine Ortega Courtney. Her current book, Anna Age 8: The data-driven prevention of childhood trauma and maltreatment, will be discussed in Santa Fe on Friday, February 23, 2018.
We must disrupt the current systems that allow childhood trauma and maltreatment... Read Article
Related to: EvaluationProgrammatic Outcomes Exceed Expectations.
Starting the year, Family Promise set a goal of serving 21 families in the shelter program where they are given the stability to save money, find employment, enroll in school, and build the skills they need to get into their own home and become independent.Shelter Program Success
Currently, 15... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingHelp End Homelessness for Children & Youth.
The New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness (NMCEH) invites local artists and creators to contribute an item that explores the concept of "home" for the "Home is Where the Art Is" Silent Auction.
NMCEH is seeking creations that explore the question of: What makes the place we live in feel like home?... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingMeet the Largest Funders in New Mexico
The Association of Fundraising Professionals of New Mexico invites you to the 2018 Funders Forum. At this unique event you will be able to personally meet with some of the largest funders in New Mexico, including private foundations and corporations. You'll hear them discuss the basic facts relevant to their grant... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingAttend a Wellness Fund Information Session.
The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico (CFSNM) Wellness Fund Grant will be opening soon. To prepare for this grant cycle, CFSNM will be hosting an informational session which will walk grantees through the application and also give the opportunity for a Q & A session. Organizations interested in... Read Article
Related to: LeadershipAvoid Conflict by Asking Why, Not What.
Career and management consultant, Bruncha Milaszewski suggests getting a handle on the "why behind the what" to leverage the strengths of your team.
Related to: FundraisingIncreasing Graduation Rates of Native Students
New Mexico Community Foundation is excited to announce the opening of the 2018 grant cycle for the Native American Preparatory Scholars (NAPS) Fund, an initiative and endowment fund that supports increasing the college graduation rates of New Mexico Native American students.
The 2018 NAPS Fund grant... Read Article