Give, vote and serve with your membership in Albuquerque Involved. We make it easy for members to learn about nonprofits in our community. Each month, all member contributions are combined and awarded as a grant to one local nonprofit agency. As a member, you get to vote on which agency receives the donation, and incorporate new service projects into your busy life.
Alta Mira provides a range of services to individuals who are experiencing a delay in their development, have been diagnosed with a disability, or who may be experiencing conditions which could cause a significant delay in their development. Families receive help and support to assist them in making sure their loved one reaches their full potential.
A home away from home supporting families facing cancer and other serious medical needs. We provide appropriate housing and emotional support for patients and their
families who reside temporarily in
Albuquerque while the patient receives treatment.
Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico
From the moment a New Mexico child is diagnosed with cancer, the Children’s Cancer Fund of New Mexico is there to help by providing the day-to-day needs to alleviate the emotional and financial burdens of childhood cancer. Donations are used to provide programs and services to children with cancer and their families ensuring that every child will receive the highest quality of care as they face the battle of their lives. Established in 1972, the CCFNM serves over 300 children and their families each year.
Compassus Hospice & Palliative Care
Hospice volunteer opportunities are endless, ranging from visiting with patients to clerical work or fundraising support. All hospice volunteers receive free training. You decide whether to have personal contact with patients and families or indirect care supporting the hospice team.
Crossroads for Women
Crossroads for Women provides comprehensive, integrated services to empower women emerging from incarceration to achieve safe, healthy, and fulfilling lives in the community, for themselves and their children. Established in 1997, we provide housing and services in seven domains: legal, independent living, medical, substance abuse, mental health, vocational and family.
Dress for Success
Dress for Success empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help them thrive in work and in life.
Jardin de los Ninos
Jardin de los Ninos is a five-star education program that serves children who are homeless and near-homeless from the age of 6 weeks to 10 years old and their families. Together, we create opportunities for children to flourish.
Many Mothers contributes to the health and wellbeing of communities by providing physical, emotional and practical support to any family following the birth or adoption of a new baby. Operates the Village Closet, a place where families can find donation-based, new and gently used items for babies 0-3 years old.
Native Women Lead
A native-women led organization dedicated to change and inspiring innovation, by investing in native women in business. Hosts the Native Women’s Business Summit — the largest gathering of Native American female entrepreneurs.
New Mexico Coalition for Literacy
If you can read this, you can help teach someone to read. The mission of the NMCL is to coordinate, expand and enhance New Mexico programs so adults can read and write to achieve their goals.
NMW.O is the only fund of its kind in New Mexico that works to advance opportunities for women and girls statewide so they can lead selfsufficient, healthy, and empowered lives. Their three-pronged strategy is to educate, lead and invest.
Paws and Stripes
Paws and Stripes provides animal-assisted therapy to military veterans with PTSD, MST, and TBI using rescue dogs; saving lives, two at a time
Since 1944, The New Mexico Boys & Girls Ranch has offered a unique combination of family-style living in a rural ranch environment. Our multi-denominational Christian programs offer kids a safe place to live, a personalized plan to address their needs and goals, and individualized education and counseling. We offer families help through services such as crisis management, family counseling and parent skills training.
We believe that when students, their families, and their teachers flourish, individual communities are strengthened. We are going to develop meaningful, ongoing church-school partnerships with all 108 Title 1 schools in Albuquerque. If you’re a school administrator or church leader, let’s start a partnership in your neighborhood.
Tewa Women United
Located in the ancestral Tewa homelands of Northern New Mexico, Tewa Women United is a multicultural and multiracial organization founded and led by Native women. To navigate the challenges we all face — climate change, economic injustice, increasing polarization and conflict — it is critical to center and raise Indigenous voices, particularly the voices of Indigenous women.
The Starting Line
Created in spring 2017 by a group of Roswell women, the organization provides local women with professional attire, hair and makeup styling, interview and resume skills, and a supportive network of business women so that prospective workers can obtain employment, begin their professional advancement and become economically independent.
Women’s Housing Coalition
The mission of the Women’s Housing Coalition is to assist low-income women with children who are motivated to become self-sufficient by providing affordable housing, training, and a variety of support needs.