Walk Like MADD
September 28, 2019 | Albuquerque
1 This is the tenth year that Gabe’s Gang has participated in the Mothers Against Drunk Driving event, Walk Like MADD. Pictured are Dorian, Diana and Donna Tapia. 2 The largest team at the 2019 Walk Like MADD event was the Parnall Law team. Pictured are Cassandra Nair, Holly Bennett, Kimberley Vega and Sheneille Wilson. 3 Representing the Parnall Law Walk Like MADD team were Jennifer Bitsoih, Janeisha Brown and Jalijah Bitsoih. 4 Representing Team Jacob’s Journey were Andrea Garcia, Mari Salazar, Dolly Salazar, Christy Vigil and Alice Martinez. 5 Bert Parnall of Parnall Law was the presenting sponsor of the 2019 Walk Like MADD — and put together the largest team of walkers to support the event. Twenty-eight total teams, with 313 participants, raised over $26,000 to create a future of No More Victims®.
MoGro Mobile Grocery and Albuquerque involved
January 14, 2020 | Albuquerque
ABQ Involved helped pack the weekly food shares for MoGro Mobile Grocery. MoGro is a non-profit mobile grocery project that delivers healthy foods to communities across northern New Mexico, including rural and tribal areas. 1 Volunteers with crates of food they bagged, from left Frank and F.J. Gonzales (ABQ Involved), Brad Sedillo, Rena Reiser, Gwendolyn Houston-Hatton and Sarah Benavidez. Kneeling, Virginia Loman (ABQ Involved). 2 Sarah Benavidez and Brad Sedillo weigh and bag rice. The volunteers also bagged blue corn atole and blue corn pancake mix. 3, 4, 5 Gwendolyn Houston-Hatton (in pink) weighs one-pound bags of rice, while Josh Norman (MoGro) and Virginia Loman (ABQ Involved) seal the plastic bags.