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|7/19/2019 9:16:32||Assistance Dogs of the West||PO Box 31027||Santa Fe||NM||87594||http://www.assistancedogsofthewest.org||Education, Health and Human Services, Service Dog Training, Veteran Groups, Courthouse/Facility Dogs, Student Camps/classes||National||Yes||85-0431646||5/1/1995||Kyle||Lephart||Director of Operations and Financefirstname.lastname@example.org||Assistance Dogs of the West builds successful working partnerships between clients and dogs that empower people and open doors to new opportunities||Assistance Dogs of the West works with students, Veterans and volunteers through our student training programs to train service dogs, courthouse/facility dogs, and crisis response canines to help people in need.||The Assistance Dogs student training programs are very unique in that we work with students in the community to assist our professional trainers with the training of our service dogs. This provides leadership, communication and job skills to the youth involved, and allows for our canines to learn to take cues from people other than professionals. The dogs also often end up working for children as an assistance dog or helping children through the judicial process as a Courthouse/Facility dog, so having our dogs exposed to young people constantly through their training creates the perfect temperament when they ultimately get placed as a working dog.||7/19/2019|
|7/16/2019 14:34:40||MAKE Santa Fe||2879 All Trades Rd.||SANTA FE||NM||87507||http://www.makesantafe.org||Arts and Culture, Education, Community and/or Economic Development||Santa Fe County||Yes||81-1757888||3/1/2016||Molly||Samsell||Executive Directoremail@example.com||MAKE Santa Fe is a community workspace providing access to tools, technologies, training, and resources that energize and empower craft, creativity, entrepreneurship and opportunity throughout northern New Mexico and beyond.||MAKE Santa Fe believes the importance of manufacturing is shifting from mass production to mass customization. It is essential that our community’s existing and future entrepreneurs have inclusive access to the tools and techniques of advanced manufacturing, which are driving this shift.|
MAKE Santa Fe offers programs in how to use the tools that we have available both in terms of safety and basic technique. These courses are followed up with more advanced and in-depth opportunities for refining technique, building specific projects or learning about applied usage and evolution in related industries.
Engaging professional makers and creators around workshops and presentations allows MAKE Santa Fe to empower networking, peer relationships, informal education and to provide supplemental income for our diverse regional community of talented artists, scientists, innovators, craftspeople, inventors and entrepreneurs.
Additionally, we provide space for member and community led events as well as less formal gathering opportunities such as regular member meetings.
|7/15/2019 10:55:42||Cancer Foundation For New Mexico||3005 S. St. Francis Drive||Santa Fe||New Mexico||87505||http://www.cffnm.org||Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Health and Human Services, Social Services||Nine Counties in Northern New Mexico||Yes||41-2079799||No||7/1/2003||Bob||Ansheles||Development Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||To help save lives by providing the needed support to enable every northern New Mexican with cancer to access treatment in Santa Fe.||Most northern New Mexicans with cancer must travel 60 to 400 miles roundtrip to the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Cancer Center in Santa Fe, location of the region’s only comprehensive cancer care facility. |
Every mileage reimbursement check, hotel night and grocery card provided by CFFNM eases the next step forward for a low-income New Mexican cancer patient in treatment
|The Travel To Treatment program offers travel mileage reimbursement to low-income northern New Mexican cancer patients to ensure their opportunity to start and complete required cancer treatment at the CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Cancer Center in Santa Fe. No patient who qualifies for CFFNM services has ever been turned away||7/15/2019|
|7/11/2019 12:05:21||Villages of Santa Fe||369 Montezuma Ave Ste. 124||Santa Fe||NM||87501||http://www.villagesofsantafe.org||Social Services||Santa Fe County||Yes||81-2081196||No||4/16/2016||Ann||Church||Presidentemail@example.com||Provide services and education for seniors to age at home||Services and education||Matter of Balance - Provide seniors with balance, exercise, and education about balance and falling||7/11/2019|
|7/10/2019 15:47:51||Architecture for EverBody||1517B Bishops Lodge Road||Santa Fe||NM||87506||https://architectureforeverybody.org/||Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Community and/or Economic Development||all of New Mexico||No||No||fiscally sponsored by Rio Grande Community Development / SINC||1/3/2014||Rachel||Preston Prinz||Founding Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||We aim to address the underlying systemic issues that prevent our communities from being preserved: lack of funding, an aging population, lack of young people to do the work, a loss of our cultural and craft traditions, conflicting information and values across our multi-cultural communities, and a lack of training in the diverse aspects of our collective eco-system. We believe that if young people are encouraged to develop their own insights into sustainability, history, culture, craft/arts traditions, and economic development… they will stay, work, play, and rebuild our communities into vibrant, living spaces that WORK for our people!||Architecture for Everybody is a non-profit architectural school and education portal designed to work for the 98% of people who cannot afford to hire an architect. We are a coalition of allied architectural and landscape professionals that work together to address the systemic issues that prevent us from having truly thriving communities. We have developed an education program to help young people throughout the Southwest to:|
• use their buildings in ways that help them stay cool in summer and warm in winter (regardless of access to gas or power)
• adapt their homes for changing needs (ADA especially)
• achieve truly sustainable design for their unique Place
• cultivate rain, acequias, and other water and landscape resources in order to grow nutritious food
• preserve their communities and cultural traditions
|We are currently filming our next curriculum's video piece at Bandelier National Monument, with kids from RMYC from local Pueblos Cochiti and San Ildefonso who are preserving their traditions and ancestral homelands..||7/10/2019|
|7/10/2019 8:44:37||New Vistas/ A New Mexico Center for Independent Living||1205 Parkway Dr. Suite A||Santa Fe||NM||87507||http://www.newvistas.org||Social Services, Disability Services/Advocacy||Santa Fe County, San Miguel County, Mora County, Taos County, Rio Arriba County, Harding County, Colfax County, and Union County||Yes||85-0216702||12/6/1971||Sarah||Michaud||Executive Directoremail@example.com||New Vistas partners with and supports people with disabilities and families of children with special needs to enrich their quality of life in New Mexico.||We are a consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, nonresidential private nonprofit agency based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, providing an array of independent living services for nine northern New Mexico Counties. 51% of staff are persons with disabilities; 51% of Board of Directors are persons with disabilities; and providing five core services of advocacy, independent living skills training, peer support, information and referral, and transition.||As a Center for Independent Living, New Vistas is focused on increasing awareness of disability and the ability of individuals with disabilities to live independently within their home communities. We are currently focusing on increasing involvement of youth with disabilities and the formation of a Youth Leadership Forum.||7/10/2019|
|7/9/2019 14:56:38||Rocky Mountain Youth Corps||PO Box 1960||Ranchos De Taos||NM||87557||http://www.youthcorps.org||Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services||Taos County and Bernalillo County||Yes||85-0404817||7/1/1995||Ben||Thomas||Executive Director||575.751.1420 X27firstname.lastname@example.org||Rocky Mountain Youth Corps is a stepping stone to new opportunities. We inspire young adults to make a positive difference in themselves and their communities. Through training and service, Corpsmembers discover thier potential for healthy, productive lives.||Rocky Mountain Youth Corps provides paid service opportunities to youth and young adults through the completion of crew based conservation projects while offering training and certifications to boost work skills and employable.||In partnership with Bandelier National Monument, RMYC has been offering youth of Los Alamos county summer positions to help restore and maintain the Park. In 2019, RMYC hosted three crews and hired 24 individual from the region with particular focus on youth from indigenous communities, disadvantaged youth and youth of color. Members participate in personal, professional and workforce development trainings while working in the Park to restore and maintain trails, pueblo ruins and combat the impacts of natural disasters.||7/9/2019|
|7/9/2019 11:20:10||Environmental Education Association of NM||POB 36958||Albuquerque||NM||87176||eeanm.org||Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship||Statewide||Yes||85-0435778||1/1/1996||Eileen||Everett||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Through implementing an advocacy-focused movement as well as advancing collaboration and leadership, EEANM will ensure every NM child has equitable access to environmental and outdoor learning. Our vision: we believe that every New Mexican should have access to high-quality, engaging, and meaningful environmental education opportunities. This will lead to a thriving future for all, where environmental and social responsibility drive individual and institutional choices.||For over twenty years, the Environmental Education Association of New Mexico has been the professional support organization for environmental education in the Land of Enchantment and has been known for its high quality professional development offerings as well as for networking and collaborations towards collective impact across the state. Our work is rooted in the belief that environmental education is a systems level investment in supporting critical thinking and problem-solving skills that will allow us all to thrive in our ever-changing world. Annually, we support hundreds of teachers, educators, and decision makers through professional development, creating networking opportunities, summits and conferences, and communication around the latest innovations in the field of environmental education. |
Environmental education provides students with the knowledge and skills to work individually and collectively toward solutions to environmental and social challenges. Environmental education also provides a variety of benefits for students, including improvement in academic performance, increased motivation and interest in school, enhanced social and emotional skills, and increased civic interest and engagement, which leads to stronger, healthier communities. For these reasons, we are working on systems level change for environmental and outdoor learning through cultivating emerging leaders to cultivate for systems change and collective impact.
|The time is now for New Mexico, a land filled with beautiful landscapes and incredible cultures, to weave outdoor learning and environmental connections into everyday student experiences in the classroom, schoolyard, and local communities. By investing in leaders and collaborators that represent a variety of educational experiences and perspectives, the ultimate recipients of our work will be the heart of New Mexico, our students from preK-12th grade. Large-scale change exploring the interconnectedness of the environment, outdoor experiences, and social justice to transform education to provide equitable education for all New Mexican preK-12th grade students is at the heart of this new Fellowship that will launch in early 2020. |
A cohort of 15 Fellows will be selected through a competitive application process representing interests in education, public lands, conservation, environmental justice, outdoor recreation, and other areas of connecting young people with outdoor and environmental learning. Fellows will show a passion for connecting children and youth with the out-of-doors, an openness and commitment to lifelong learning, a desire to deepen relationships and broaden their peer network, willing to innovate and take risks, can be at any career level and value intergenerational learning, and represent the cultural diversity of New Mexico.
This Fellowship is designed to offer over 60 hours of learning in deepening leadership and collaboration skills by trained facilitators and trainers while also valuing an emergent process of peer learning and networking. Participants will experience individual growth while deepening relationships and growing as a peer community. The Fellows will collaboratively co-create large scale opportunities, including crafting policy, for environmental and outdoor learning on a regular and consistent basis for every New Mexican student in their local communities that values and incorporates cultures. Participants will hone their messaging and marketing skills, learn how to advocate, draft policy, and create opportunities to interact with decision makers at the New Mexico Legislature. The end goal will be a piece of legislation introduced into the 2021 New Mexico Legislative Session which will result in collective impacts in student environmental and outdoor learning statewide.
Equity, inclusion, and justice will be a center-point for this Fellowship as we explore how to acknowledge and celebrate the diversity of New Mexicans, especially in our young people. Through self-reflection, an investment in valuing all voices represented, exploration of organizational cultures and dynamics, and large scale systems and how they affect student lives and experiences in and out of school, we will commit to collective impact for all New Mexican students.
|7/8/2019 15:04:01||Girl Scouts of NM Trails||4000 Jefferson Plaza NE||albq||New Mexico||87109||http://www.nmgirlscouts.org||Youth development and leadership development for girls||23 of the 33 counties in NM. Every county in Northern and Central NM down to south of Socorro and w||Yes||85-6011246||11/11/2007||Peggy||Sanchez Mills||Chief Executive Officer||505 343 firstname.lastname@example.org||To build girls of courageous, confidence and character||STEM, Outdoors, Camps in Angel Fire and Jemez; Healthy Behaviors, Entrepreneurial and financial literacy skill building activities for girls||Two magnificent camps helping girls explore the outdoors, through high adventure programming including rock climbing, ropes course, environmental stewardship, biology, STEM, horseback riding||7/8/2019|
|7/8/2019 13:32:30||Mesa to Mesa||735 Vietnam Veteran's Road||P.O. Box 1008||Espanola||NEW MEXICO||87532||wwww.mesatomesa.org||Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services, home rehabilitation; affordable homes; safe homes||20 mile radius of our office in Española which includes parts of Santa Fe and Rio Arriba Counties||Yes||47-2594591||3/31/2015||Inez||Leibman||Executive Directoremail@example.com||It is the mission of Mesa to Mesa to bring people together to improve the health, safety and security of low income homeowners in Northern New Mexico by performing minor repairs to their homes, facilitating larger repairs by means of referrals and collaborations, and providing home maintenance education.||Mesa to Mesa provides small home repairs, assists with yard clean up, and provides home maintenance education free of charge to qualifying home owners. When needed, licensed contractors are employed, and when feasible, volunteers are utilized.||We are seeking local businesses who are willing to sponsor a project financially and provide volunteers to work on the project.||7/8/2019|
|7/7/2019 13:23:54||Santa Fe Dreamers Project||1213 Mercantile Rd||SANTA FE||New Mexico||87507||http://www.santafedreamersproject.org||Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services, Legal Services||New Mexico and West Texas||Yes||82-0839645||No||7/1/2017||Allegra||Love||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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Santa Fe Dreamers Project’s mission is to provide free legal representation to immigrants and refugees to further educational Attainment, economic and community development, family unity, and liberation from detention.
|We provide comprehensive legal representation for immigrants and refugees ranging from DACA to green cards to political asylum . All of our services are completely free.||7/7/2019|
|7/5/2019 15:55:01||Santa Fe Animal Shelter||100 Caja del Rio||Santa Fe||NM||87507||http://www.sfhumanesociety.org||Animal welfare||Santa Fe County, all of New Mexico||Yes||85-6000484||7/1/1939||Jennifer||Steketee||Executive Director||5059834309 X1201firstname.lastname@example.org||Support animals, save lives, spread compassion||Provide a safe haven and second chance for homeless animals of Santa Fe County and beyond. Reunite lost pets with their families. Fight pet overpopulation with low-cost spay/neuter. Provide countless programs to improve the quality of life for the animals in our community.||Our Critter Camp is a fun summer camp for kids to learn about animal welfare and grow empathy towards all living things.||7/5/2019|
|7/5/2019 8:48:03||Santa Fe Art Institute||1600 St. Michael's Drive #31||PO Box 24044||Santa Fe||NM||87502-4044||http://www.sfai.org||Arts and Culture, Community and/or Economic Development||SFAI runs an international residency program and a local fellowship program for artists. We support artists from throughout New Mexico and monthly programming for Los Alamos County, Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County, Bernalillo County, and all of northern New Mexico.||Yes||85-0404277||No||2/1/1985||Jamie||Blosser||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Our mission is to cultivate creative leadership and to invest in community, culture, and place to re-imagine a more equitable world.||SFAI serves Northern New Mexico through our thematic artist in residence program, local fellowship program, and monthly events, exhibits, workshops, and performances. We are a unique art organization in that we view art as a catalyst for social change, and we specifically seek to support underrepresented artists, stories, and voices.||Our Story Maps Fellowship is a 9 month fellowship that pairs emerging artists of color from Northern New Mexico, including Los Alamos County, with city, county, and tribal departments as well as non-arts organizations. The fellows learn about civic systems and community issues, and develop maps, stories, and community artworks through the fellowship. The fellowship culminates in a collaborative community project. This fellowship has been piloted by the Ford Foundation, and SFAI seeks local community funding in order that this program may be sustainable.||7/5/2019|
|7/3/2019 17:29:20||Santa Fe Children's Museum||1050 Old Pecos Trail||Santa Fe||NM||87505||santafechildrensmuseum.org||Arts and Culture, Early Childhood Development, Education||Santa Fe County, Northern New Mexico generally||Yes||4/3/1984||Susan||Lynn||Executive Director||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org||Discovering the joy of learning, play and community!||Play brings joy, teaches problem-solving and creates vibrant communities. We provide an informal environment that fosters connections and encourages participation in the learning process through interactive exhibits and programs. As a site for family outings, children and parents join in the spirit of challenging play. ||Our portable Stargazer planetarium takes bilingual STEM programs to public schools throughout Northern New Mexico. Teachers should contact us to request a show.||7/3/2019|
|7/3/2019 11:51:07||Lensic Performing Arts Center||211 W. San Francisco Street||Santa Fe||NM||87501||http://www.lensic.org||Arts and Culture, Education||All of Northern New Mexico||Yes||85-0448396||5/12/1998||Joel||Aalberts||Executive Director||505-988-7050 email@example.com||The Lensic Performing Arts Center enriches lives by bringing diverse art and people together in the historic Lensic Theater, a cornerstone of downtown Santa Fe since 1931. The Lensic presents and supports local, national, and international artists and serves as a center for education, community events, and youth events through its accessible and affordable programming.||The Lensic is Santa Fe’s year-round home for the performing arts, offering a variety of performance, education, and community programs to enrich the lives of everyone.||The Lensic education programs engage over 16,000 students each year. We bring students to the theater for free performances, train students in technical theater arts, invite school groups to perform on The Lensic stage for free, host workshops and master classes with touring artists in classrooms, sponsor a statewide photo and film competition for high school students, provide free tickets to social service organization constituents (such as foster children and homeless youth), and offer discount tickets for students and teachers to select shows.||7/3/2019|
|7/3/2019 11:43:32||Southwest CARE Center||810 West San Mateo||Suite 200||Santa Fe||NM||87505||http://www.southwestcare.org||Health and Human Services||NM||Yes||850397444||4/1/1996||Jeffrey||Thomas||CEOfirstname.lastname@example.org||To improve the health of people living in the culturally diverse communities of New Mexico through access to the highest quality healthcare, education, research and advocacy.||Outpatient primary care services across the lifespan in a comprehensive, integrated care team approach, including behavioral health, case management, pharmacy services, chronic disease management as well as specialty care for people living with HIV and Hepatitis C. We also offer prevention, education and harm reduction services, including free rapid testing for HIV/HCV, Narcan distrution and syringe exchange services.||Ongoing growth and expansion of our pediatric and family medicine services.||7/3/2019|
|7/3/2019 11:16:56||Youth Shelters and Family Services||5686 Agua Fria||Santa Fe||NM||87507||youthshelters.org||Health and Human Services||Santa Fe, Sandoval, McKinley & Cibola||Yes||85-0324625||7/1/1980||Shelly||Felt||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Our mission is to deliver life-changing services to homeless, runaway, and in-crisis youth in northern New Mexico by providing shelter, housing, and case management.||Youth Emergency Shelter (ages 10-17), Transitional Living (ages 17-21), Street Outreach (up to age 21), Community Counseling, Pregnant and Parenting, Rapid Rehousing (ages 18-24)||7/3/2019|
|7/2/2019 18:13:26||Equality New Mexico Foundation||PO Box 27070||Albuquerque||NM||87125||http://www.eqnm.org||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, LGBTQ+, Civic Engagement, Justice Systems Reform||Statewide||Yes||850417115||Yes||We also have a 501(c)(4) designation: 912197418||7/1/1993||Adrian||Carver||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||We're working toward a world in which LGBTQ+ New Mexicans have access to opportunity because oppression is obsolete. We believe that everybody has a right to learn, earn, be well, participate fully, and be treated fairly.||The LGBTQ+ Roundtable convenes organizations serving the LGBTQ+ community with the goal of deepening cross-sectoral collaboration and building long-term power for our movement. The NM Safe Schools Initiative is an established multi- organization collaborative focused on improving bullying prevention programs, practices, and policies. The LGBTQ+ Youth-Out- of-Home Working Group is a collaborative space for LGBTQ+ nondiscrimination advocacy work with the child/youth welfare and justice systems and services for youth experiencing homelessness in NM.||7/2/2019|
|7/2/2019 15:59:43||St. Elizabeth Shelter||804 Alarid St.||Santa Fe||NM||87505||http://www.steshelter.org||Social Services||Northern New Mexico - Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos, Mora, San Miguel, Sandoval counties||Yes||85-0347650||2/10/1986||Edward||Archuleta||Executive Director||505-982-6611 x email@example.com||To assist homeless individuals and families by providing emergency shelter, food, case management, counseling, supportive housing and referrals to partnering human services agencies. St. Elizabeth Shelter's ultimate goal is to end the cycle of homelessness.||We operate two emergency shelters - Men's and Casa Familia for women and families with children - and three longer-term supportive housing programs for homeless seniors, families and adults with disabilities. We also offer a weekly Homeless Legal Clinic and outreach services to those still living on the streets including referrals and distributions of clothing, food, blankets, personal hygiene supplies, mail, etc. In 2018, we housed 685 people providing them 38,395 bed nights of shelter, 50,973 meals, 25,430 units of case management and successfully moving 359 - 63% of those leaving our programs - into housing. Another nearly 1,200 people received outreach services.||7/2/2019|
|7/2/2019 13:46:28||New Mexico Performing Arts Society||7038 Camino Rojo||Santa Fe||NM||87507||nmpas.org||Arts and Culture, Education, Community and/or Economic Development||Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Bernalillo, among others||Yes||45-3733690||10/11/2011||Linda||Marianiello||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Our MISSION is to present works that are rooted in the world’s great artistic traditions, including less familiar pieces, to audiences in New Mexico.|
Our performers are all accomplished professional performing and fine artists who live in New Mexico. Our home, the Chapel at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Retreat and Conference Center, provides an ideal and intimate setting for our Santa Fe concerts. [NB: NMPAS also currently performs in Los Alamos, Las Vegas, Taos, Albuquerque, Carrizozo, and SE New Mexico.
|NMPAS presents a concert series and other multi-disciplinary events in cities and towns around New Mexico. Our role is two-pronged: to train and mentor young performing artists by providing workshops, masterclasses, and initial professional opportunities to recent graduates of New Mexico's college and university programs in music and the performing arts. Secondly, to provide meaningful employment to New Mexico's talented professional performing artists who want to remain in the state and be able to earn a living here. Our tagline is World Class, Locally Sourced. Artistic quality is Number One with NMPAS.||Opera on the Rocks 2018 was a collaboration with the Los Alamos Guild of the Guilds of the Santa Fe Opera. Collaboration is a top priority for NMPAS.||7/1/2019|
|7/2/2019 13:36:00||Santa Fe Farmers' Market Institute||1607 Paseo de Peralta||Suite A||Santa Fe||New Mexico||87501||http://www.farmersmarketinstitute.org||Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Local food and agriculture||Mostly 15 counties of northern NM||Yes||30-0124953||6/25/2002||Kierstan||Pickens||Executive Directoremail@example.com||The Institute is the non-profit sister organization to the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market.|
The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Institute’s mission is to advocate for farmers, ranchers and other land-based producers; provide equitable access to fresh, local food; own and operate a year-round venue for the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market; and manage programs to help sustain a profitable, locally-based agricultural community.
|We operate a variety of vendor support and community outreach programs to help farmers and food producers build capacity and to education the community about the importance of local food.||7/2/2019|
|7/1/2019 16:14:45||New Mexico Humanities Council||4115 Silver SE||Albuquerque||New Mexico||87108||http://www.nmhum.org||Arts and Culture, Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Humanities||Entire state of New Mexico||Yes||85-0225681||1/1/1972||Brandon||Johnson||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Seeking to understand who we are, who we were and who we aspire to be.|
To support public programs in New Mexico communities which inspire inclusive conversations that strengthen our civil society and celebrate diverse human experiences.
|My name is Trish Garduño, Development Officer on behalf of our executive director completing this online form. I write grants and seek other funding sources for New Mexico Humanities Council.||We have rotating exhibits, a speakers bureau, we put on state-wide events, hands-on humanities symposiums, as well as digital humanities. NMHC supports public programs in New Mexico communities which inspire inclusive conversations that strengthen our civil society and celebrate diverse human experiences. We are a statewide nonprofit dedicated to promoting the public humanities. We’re a grant-maker, a neutral convener, a facilitator, a program partner, and much more.||7/1/2019|
|5/29/2019 14:12:45||Global Hydranencephaly Foundation||199 Central Park Square #1280||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.ghf.life||Health and Human Services, Social Services, disease-specific||we are a global-wide mission||Yes||45-2113600||No||6/14/2011||Ali||Harper||Founder & Executive Director||573-280-2412||President@ghf.life||GHF is a registered nonprofit organization providing individualized family support from the point of diagnosis until the end of time, in addition to medical and/or educational advocacy services to families across the globe that are facing diagnosis of hydranencephaly for a child in their care. Through a wide array of projects and programs, we are working to shine a brighter light on the possibilities that exist for these children despite the medically subjected odds stacked against them.||Global Hydranencephaly Foundation started in 2011 as Brayden Alexander Global Foundation for Hydranencephaly and just as our name has evolved, we also understand the need for our mission to evolve as well. Family dynamics change. Services expand. Needs grow and morph in to something that looks different just about every year. One thing that never changes is the need for accurate information and advocacy services for the 1 in 100,000 births that statistics would have us to believe are affected by hydranencephaly across the globe. Speaking of statistics, however, this is part of the challenge – the inaccuracy of those statistics, which we are working to correct.||Our foundation is in our family-to-family resource network; but beyond that we are working to build inclusive community initiatives in the communities we have a presence to better serve, not only our families, but all families who have a member with additional long-term medical and/or educational needs.||5/29/2019|
|5/24/2019 9:56:25||Dance Arts Los Alamos||111 Longview Dr. Suite A||Los Alamos||NM||87547||http://www.danceartslosalamos.org||Arts and Culture, Early Childhood Development, Education||No||Yes||EIN: 85-0424612||8/1/1994||Venita||Chavez||DALA Board President||(505) email@example.com||To promote the common interest of the dance arts||We are a dance school teaching ballet, jazz, tap, modern and other genres of dance.||5/24/2019|
|5/9/2019 14:10:31||HOPE Pregnancy Center||1183 Diamond Drive, Suite E||Los Alamos||NM||87547||http://www.hpcla.org||Health and Human Services||Yes||85-0423290||5/3/1995||Kimberly||Ferguson||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||HOPE Pregnancy Center, Inc. upholds the sanctity of human life by providing individuals and families with free spiritual, physical, and emotional support related to reproductive health, parenting, and relationships.||5/9/2019|
|4/11/2019 9:28:42||Coro de Camara||PO Box 159||Los Alamos||NM||87544||corodecamara-nm.org||Arts and Culture, Education||Santa Fe||Yes||85-0369479||No||4/1/1989||Nylea||Butler-Moore||Artistic Directoremail@example.com||Coro de Cámara strives to provide a performing venue for talented choral musicians, high-quality performances for Northern New Mexico audiences, and educational opportunities for students.||Coro de Cámara has been presenting choral music in Northern New Mexico since 1989, growing from its beginnings as a small madrigal ensemble to a robust, full chamber chorus. Coro fills a niche in the area by performing, at a high level of artistry, works created for small choral ensembles. The Coro’s free concerts of diverse, unique, and themed chamber music are presented primarily to audiences in Los Alamos and Santa Fe, along with education and public outreach events. |
Dedicated to choral art of the highest standard, the Coro singers enrich these communities with an exceptional musical experience. With weekly ensemble rehearsals, Coro’s auditioned singers learn choral works with great technical challenges, and progress to a level of artistic expression that will satisfy the singers as well as their audiences. Coro de Cámara also presents young apprentices with the chance to further their high school music education by singing in a committed chorus of mentors.
|"Music She Wrote" November 2018 concerts: program celebrating 14 women composers from a variety of musical periods; collaboration with Los Alamos High School choirs Schola Cantorum and Bel Canto; guest instrumentalists; world premiere of two works; pre-concert lectures by musicologist Dr. Nelly Case||4/11/2019|
|4/5/2019 15:05:38||All Individuals First, Inc.||2101 Trinity Dr||Ste A-3||Los Alamos||NMfirstname.lastname@example.org||Developmental Disability and Special Needs||Espanola||Yes||82-3339767||1/1/2018||Doris||Roberts||Executive Directoremail@example.com||All Individuals First will improve and/or maintain the quality of life for individuals with Developmental Disabilities by advocating and promoting them as successful individuals in their communities.||All Individuals First is a day program for adults with developmental disabilities. We strive to engage our individuals out in their community 50% of the time they are with us. The other 50% is spent doing arts and crafts, socialization, games, puzzles and having fun.||At All Individuals First we are focused on ensuring adults with Developmental Disabilities are included in their communities.||4/4/2019|
|2/7/2019 16:22:42||Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service||2202 Canyon Rd||Los Alamos||NM||87544||lavns.com||Health and Human Services||Parts of Rio Arriba County and Northern Santa Fe County||Yes||85-0226142||6/14/1973||Wendi||Wolfe||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service is dedicated to maintaining delivery of the highest quality home care and hospice services to the residents of Los Alamos County and the Northern New Mexico service area in Rio Arriba and Northern Santa Fe County. We will be responsive to our patients, our referring physicians and to our staff who expect a continued tradition of integrity, cost efficiency, and the very best health care services.||Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service, Inc. is a not-for-profit Home Health and Hospice Agency providing "intermittent" Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Medical Social Services and Home Health Aides.||2/7/2019|
|8/28/2018 11:18:25||Los Alamos Retired and Senior Organization||1101 Bathtub Row||Los Alamos||NM||87544||losalamosseniorcenter.com||Senior Services||Yes||85-0455765||1/28/1998||Linda||Boncella||Executive Director||(505)email@example.com||The Mission of the Los Alamos Retired and Senior Organization (LARSO) is to provide service, fellowship, instruction and advocacy for retirees and senior citizens. The senior activity sites are places where seniors will learn, share meals, socialize, have fun and support each other as they interact with a respectful and service oriented staff.||LARSO provides services to senior members of the community in the form of transportation, congregate meals, home delivered meals, adult day care, and programs geared toward enhancing the lives of community members aged 60+.||8/28/2018|
|8/18/2018 13:51:33||Champions of Youth Ambitions (C'YA)||77 Isleta Drive||White Rock||New Mexico||87547||http://www.cya-nm.org||Youth Development and Community Celebrations||We do sciece education in Rio Arriba and Pojoaque||Yes||6/4/2014||Bernadette||Lauritzen||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||To provide youth and community education and opportunities to assist youth to develop skills, assume roles of responsibility in organizations and inspire others in shaping the future.||Youth development, Science education in elementary schools, Youth leadership||September Change for Change Collection/College & Military Day on Sept 7th||8/18/2018|
|4/4/2018 12:44:19||New Mexico Wildlife Center||19 Wheat Street||P.O. Box 246||Espanola||NM||87532||http://www.newmexicowildlifecenter.org/||Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship||Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County||Yes||85-0346210||9/30/1987||Melissa||Moore||Executive Directoremail@example.com||New Mexico Wildlife Center works to conserve and restore native wildlife and their habitats through action-oriented education, promotion of public awareness, strategic partnerships and responsible wildlife rehabilitation.||We provide wildlife education programs for students and adults, and care for and release injured and orphaned wild animals back into the wild throughout New Mexico.||We are currently seeking funding for our wildlife education programs, through which we introduce children (and adults) to our Ambassador Animals (hawks, owls, eagles, etc.). We inspire audiences to form connections with these animals and thus take action to care for wildlife and habitats. We are also always seeking general operating funding.||4/4/2018|
|3/29/2018 22:28:12||Lightning Boy Foundation, Inc.||31 Turtle Circle||Santa Fe||New Mexico||87507||lightningboyfoundation.com||Arts and Culture||National||Yes||82-0714271||No||3/13/2017||Isabelle||Matthews||Administratorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dedicated to nurturing and building confidence and integrity in youth through culture and artistic expression.||The Lightning Boy Foundation was established in memory of Valentino ‘Tzigiwhaeno’ Rivera, son of George and Felicia Rosacker-Rivera of Pojoaque Pueblo. Valentino wanted to be remembered as a dancer and so his fellow youth and younger sister continue his legacy by sharing the traditional Hoop Dance with their community and communities across the nation. What makes the Foundation dynamic is that it is a tribally inclusive program that provides dance, drum and singing instruction of the traditional Hoop Dance. The dancers perform for various events and participate in the annual world Hoop dance competition in Phoenix, Arizona at the Heard Museum. Dancers at educated||Expansion of foundation to incorporate more resources for tribal youth and increase variety of art and dance opportunities for youth.||3/29/2018|
|3/28/2018 14:07:38||Los Alamos Concert Association||P.O. Box 572||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.losalamosconcert.org||Arts and Culture||We market in Santa Fe, Albuquerque & Taos||Yes||85-0248601||1/1/1946||Ann||McLaughlin||Artistic Directoremail@example.com||To bring great music to Los Alamos||We are a nationally recognized presenter of a classical concert series featuring artists who have made a name for themselves in great concert halls around the world. We currently present 5 concerts per year. We often arrange for our artists to hold workshops with local school ensembles.||3/28/2018|
|1/11/2018 12:13:03||Lemonade Living||2168 44TH ST||LOS ALAMOS||NM||87544-0000||Lemonadeliving.org||Life Activities for Adults with Special Needs||NM||Yes||81-4856167||12/14/2016||Melissa||Arias||President||505-500-5281||Lemonadelivingla@gmail.com||1/11/2018|
|12/13/2017 9:22:20||Española Valley Fiber Arts Center||325 Paseo de Ońate||Española||NM||87532||http://www.evfac.org||Arts and Culture, Education, Community and/or Economic Development||Rio Arriba County||Yes||85-0442395||9/1/1997||Kathy||Konecki||Board Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org||To cultivate and support multi-generational participation in local, traditional and contemporary Fiber Arts.||Our goals are to build expertise in the Fiber Arts for adults and youth through education; to build awareness about, and participation in, the Fiber Arts and EVFAC through community engagement; and to foster economic growth by building organizational capacity, thereby increasing sustainability.||Walk in And Weave Program is a popular program designed to invite interested individuals to come to the Center and weave their own rag rug with no prior weaving experience within a few hours.||12/12/2017|
|11/21/2017 9:17:56||Breakthrough Santa Fe||1101 Camino de Cruz Blanca||Santa Fe||NM||87505||http://www.breakthroughsantafe.org||Education||Santa Fe County||Yes||85-0165745||5/15/2003||Allie||Cooper||Directoremail@example.com||Breakthrough Santa Fe identifies motivated under-served public middle school students and supports them on a path towards college. In addition, the program provides high school and college-age young adults with a rewarding experience as teachers and mentors.||Through intensive, hands-on academic support, Breakthrough works with motivated middle and high school students to put them on a path to a college degree. We begin with a six-week summer program and continue providing supplemental coursework, tutoring, college counseling, and support for families throughout the six years that students are enrolled in the program. Statewide, only 25% of New Mexican students enter college after high school, compared with over 90% of the students in Breakthrough.||11/20/2017|
|11/16/2017 9:33:57||Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association||422 Medico Lane||Mailing: 1000 Cordova Pl #190||Santa Fe||NM||87505||sfysa.org||Arts and Culture, Education||Santa Fe, Espanola, Las Vegas||Yes||85-0436819||8/1/1994||Andrea||Cassutt||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||To inspire and engage the youth of Northern New Mexico's multicultural communities through excellent music education, the guidance of music professionals, and performance opportunities from small ensemble to full orchestra in Jazz, Mariachi and Orchestra.||We have programs from after school elementary strings education to our full youth symphony orchestra, as well as a new chamber music program, and beginner and performance ensembles in jazz and mariachi. These are tuition based programs offered on a sliding scale to provide community access and inclusion across our communities. Students work with teaching artists, conductors, and professional musicians and establish reference points for excellence, belonging and artistry. While the Los Alamos schools have strong music programs and wonderful ensemble instruction, we are a resource for those students and their families interested in experiences of community music making, professional master classes, and performances with an organization dedicated to music education and performance for youth.||We are working diligently (after numerous personnel changes) to rebuild and strengthen our after school Elementary Strings and Prelude String Orchestra programs. We provide these classes with a size-appropriate instrument included in area schools for second and third graders, and sometimes interested youth as early as kindergarten or first grade can participate with parent support. After two-three years of initial group string education, students can participate in our Prelude String Orchestra and experience group music making, harmony, and the development of self and section leadership. This program is developing to include bridging between socio-economic groups by providing education with financial assistance, after school snacks, and the additional benefit of music instruction in a small group with a local teaching artist.||11/16/2017|
|9/15/2017 11:02:54||Los Alamos World Futures Institute||274 DP Road||Los Alamos||NM||87544||laworldfutures.org||science and education||NNM||Yes||81-4253978||4/7/2017||Andrew||Andrews||President||505 412 email@example.com||The purpose of the Los Alamos World Futures Institute (LAWFI) is to identify future needs for humanity and earth.||The value of examining future needs helps the inventor, creator, scientist, engineer and entrepreneur identify the utility and value of his or her creation or discovery across needs. Concurrently, it aids the investor, funder, and institute make batter choices. More importantly, it can help society make better choices today to improve humanity and our home.||9/15/2017|
|6/1/2017 17:11:58||Bradbury Science Museum Association||108 Central Park Square||Box 208||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||bradburyassociation.org||Education||Northern New Mexico||Yes||47-3189806||Yes||Certificate of Incorporation issued January 7, 2015. Entity: 5006155||1/7/2015||Ryn||Herrmann||Vice President||505 firstname.lastname@example.org||The Bradbury Science Museum Association supports and inspires learners of all ages in Northern New Mexico and beyond through STEM Education||The vision of the Bradbury Science Museum Association (BSMA) is to support the Bradbury Science Museum’s (BSM) educational mission as its official nonprofit partner, operating under the IRC 501(c) 3 as a tax exempt organization. The BSMA promotes Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) learning and scientific literacy for people of all ages through workshops, field trips, special events and support for museum and community educators.||In 2017 alone, the Bradbury Science Museum Association has paid for the school busses to bring over 1,100 school children to the science museum on field trips. The school children come from all over Northern New Mexico and get to engage in hands-on science. In some cases it is the first time these children have visited a museum! Our hope is that this experience will inspire an interest in STEM education.||6/1/2017|
|5/25/2017 15:02:31||Los Alamos Makers||3540 Orange Street||Suites LV1 and LV2||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.losalamosmakers.org||Education, Community and/or Economic Development||Pojoaque||Yes||82-0781267||No||1/9/2017||Prisca||Tiasse||Directoremail@example.com||Our mission is to foster a community of learners and doers by encouraging creativity, perseverance and ingenuity at any age.|
Our goal is to promote our community's diversity of skills, interests and ways of learning; stimulate the acquisition of new skills; encourage collaborations across disciplines and support entrepreneurship.
|We provide space for collaborative work, equipment, mentorship and classes in programming, 3D design, electronics, woodworking, engineering, biology, sewing and other arts and crafts.||5/25/2017|
|5/4/2017 15:26:34||SuperHealth||1 A Ram Das Guru Place||Espanola||NM||87532||http://www.super-health.net||Health and Human Services, Social Services||Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County||Yes||38-3809982||3/12/2012||Mukta||Khalsa||Director||505 699 firstname.lastname@example.org||To empower people to change breaking habitual and addictive behaivors reaching their full potential through the practice of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan||Provide practical yogic tools to support people to live healthier and happier lives to progress from recovery to self-discovery.||Provide education and training scholarships to healthcare / intern front line providers and how to integrate yogic science into recovery service community.||5/4/2017|
|4/24/2017 17:37:55||Many Mothers||PO Box 23222||Santa Fe||NM||87502-3222||http://www.manymothers.org||Early Childhood Development||Santa Fe and Rio Arriba Counties||Yes||85-0457455||12/17/1998||Nancy||Guthrie||Executive Directoremail@example.com||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.||Many Mothers works with families with new babies under 6 months of age to help reduce stress and improve long-term outcomes for the child(ren).||Many Mothers is providing Baby Boxes and Safe Sleep Instructions to low-income (under 200% FPL) families in Los Alamos, Rio Arriba and Santa Fe Counties.||4/24/2017|
|4/24/2017 8:54:05||The Family YMCA||1450 Iris Street||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.laymca.org||Health and Human Services||Española/Rio Arriba||Yes||85-0130054||No||6/1/1955||Linda||Daly||CEOfirstname.lastname@example.org||The mission of The Family YMCA is to build individual, family and community strength by focusing on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Our purpose is to provide opportunities for all ages to learn new skills, be given opportunities to succeed and connect with community. We believe these experiences build character and help us all grow in spirit, mind and body. As a 501c3 charity, we ensure access for all through scholarships.||We provide programs and services focused on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.||We offered work-related childcare at all five Los Alamos elementary schools; a large summer camp; teen centers and teen programs and resources in Los Alamos and Española); environmental education and stewardship programs for youth; therapeutic mentoring programs for youth; healthy living and wellness programs including diabetes prevention and education; financial aid to that everyone can have access to our programs and services.||4/24/2017|
|4/24/2017 8:36:28||Los Alamos Juvenile Justice Advisory Board (JJAB)||PO Box 4716||Los Alamos||NM||87547||http://www.losalamosjjab.com||Early Childhood Development, At Risk Youth||no||Yes||06-1816360||No||6/1/2004||Lisa||Zuhn||JJAB Coordinatoremail@example.com||Our Mission is to help youth and families feel and be connected, valued, and recognized through community, families and individual activities. We offer the most comprehensive set of resources for families in Los Alamos, stepping in as early as possible when kids are in trouble.||By partnerning with other community organizations, JJAB assists with concerns regarding youth and family issues by providing individualized case management, parenting workshops, youth activities and free classes/training.||Resource Specialists provide wrap around case management and assistance to youth and their families. The Resource Specialist is available to help families connect to services, find the support they need and overcome any barriers to seeking or receiving services. The Family Resource Specialist program recently expanded and now serves the age zero through elementary school age children and their families, and the Youth Resource Specialist program focuses on engaging with middle and high school age youth and their families.||4/24/2017|
|4/18/2017 11:49:10||CASA First (Court Appointed Special Advocates, First Judicial District)||466 West San Francisco Street||Santa Fe||NM||87501||http://www.casafirst.org||child welfare advocacy||Santa Fe, Rio Arriba||Yes||85-0432642||6/7/1995||Annie||Rasquin||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The mission of CASA, First Judicial District is to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that abused and neglected children in Santa Fe, Rio Arriba and Los Alamos Counties, can be safe, establish a permanent home and have the opportunity to thrive.||CASA First recruits, trains and supports impassioned community volunteers, who advocate in and out of court to ensure that each foster child is safe and has a chance for a permanent family, while having the supports (relational, developmental, educational, medical and mental health) needed so they have the opportunity to thrive. As the “eyes and ears of the court”, CASAs bring attention to the Juvenile Court Judge of situations when foster children are at risk and their needs are not being adequately met. CASA advocates are a vital voice for foster children so they are not lost in overburdened systems, and have hope for the same opportunities as any other child in our community.||We are actively recruiting CASA Volunteer Advocates from the Los Alamos area for our Summer CASA training class.||4/18/2017|
|3/22/2017 11:26:23||Family Strengths Network||3540 Orange Street||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.lafsn.org||Early Childhood Development, Education, Social Services||FSN reaches out to Northern New Mexico||Yes||85-0403212||10/24/1989||Carie||Fanning||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Family Strengths Network improves the quality of family life for generations. ||FSN provides education and activities to all types of families, parents, teens, and children in Los Alamos and Northern New Mexico.|
FSN’s goal is to help all types of families and their members with the challenge of being healthy, self-sufficient, and able to share with and learn from other families.
|2/28/2017 19:35:00||Los Alamos Little Theatre, Inc.||1670 Nectar Street||P.O. Box 211||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544-0211||http://lalt.org||Arts and Culture||No. However, actors and patrons may live in other juridictions.||Yes||85-0279625||9/1/1943||Ken||Milder||Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org||(Paraphrased) Performing Arts education and entertainment.||1. Provide performing arts entertainment and education for the community. 2. Manage the Los Alamos Performing Arts Center, which is owned by the County of Los Alamos, for the benefit of the community and performing arts organizations.||Entering play in 2017 AACTFest. LALT has ongoing maintenance and renovation plans for the PAC. Aside from the license agreement with Los Alamos County to manage the PAC, the County provides no subsidies or other support for LALT.||2/28/2017|
|11/17/2016 16:39:58||High Altitude Athletics Club||751 46th st||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.highaltitudeathletics.org||Recreation||no||Yes||47-2766014||2/1/2014||Kristen||Kern||Presidentemail@example.com||to promote trail running the the Jemez Mts||Organize competitive events||11/17/2016|
|11/15/2016 11:06:52||Las Cumbres Community Services||102 North Coronado Ave.||Espanola||NM||87532||http://www.lascumbres-nm.org||Early Childhood Development, Health and Human Services, Adult Services||Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, and Taos Counties||Yes||23-7144268||No||7/1/2016||Robyn||Covelli-Hunt||Development and Communications Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The mission of Las Cumbres is to provide quality services, public awareness, and integrated supports for children, adults, and families facing social, emotional, and/or developmental disabilities.||In Los Alamos, the agency provides a Supported Living Program with round-the-clock services for adults with developmental disabilities, whose needs are beyond the scope of parents or family members, to live in a home setting.||11/15/2016|
|10/19/2016 21:38:36||JudyGails Place||3900 Trinity Dr.||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.judygailsplace.org||Health and Human Services||New Mexico||Yes||47-5536743||12/10/2015||Amber||Grady Fuller||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Inspiring NM families who have escaped domestic violence to embrace wholeness, by providing for their transitional needs.||Transitional services for families after leaving domestic violence. We cover legal consultations, counseling, housing search, job search and other resources to help individuals stay out of violent situations for the long term.||We have a YouTube channel designed to help educate teens about relationship warning signs, are working to educate the community about the needs domestic violence survivors face, provide fees to cover 1 hour legal consultations and ongoing services as needed to help client reach long term goals. We are also members of the New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence and are working with them as a pilot program to identify more effective ways to address domestic violence. Our template allows for drastic flux in funding and can address the needs that shelters face in ways that current operations do not.||10/19/2016|
|8/22/2016 20:42:04||LA Cares||P. O. Box 248||Los Alamos||NM||87544||none||Food and housing insecurity||None, we only serve Los Alamos County residents||Yes||85-0431802||2/4/2004||Rosmarie||Frederickson||Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org||1. To provide food and other necessities and services to those in need, primarily the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. |
2. To provide referrals and information to this group.
3. To educate the public concerning the problems of poverty, especially food insecurity, lack of affordable housing in our community, and other relevant issues.
4. To engage in other activities related to providing services to those in need, primarily the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless.
|We organize and administer a food pantry serving only Los Alamos County. Food is provided once a month to current clients and on an emergency basis to new clients. We also provide assistance with utility and housing costs (particularly deposits) on a once a year basis.||We currently store food in two locations and then move it to a third for food distribution once a month. We would be very interested in finding a location to both store and distribute from. Currently we have no cost for our storage and distribution locations, and would not be able to take on a large monthly rent payment. Besides this being physically easier to manage, our clients would have more choice in both when to get their food and what items they would like to have. We envision having our distribution location open two or three times each week for three or four hours each day.||8/22/2016|
|8/10/2016 20:39:25||American Foundation for Suicide Prevention||802 9th street||Apt 18||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.AFSP.org||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services||All of New Mexico||Yes||13-3393329||No||1/22/2015||Randi||Simmons||Board member/Los Alamos walk chair||208-881-8179||Randikay34@gmail.com||Save lives and bring hope to those affected by Suicide.||We find research to improve interventions, train clinicians in suicide prevention and advocate for policy that will save lives. Too many people who are at risk for suicide do not seek help. We need to find better ways to reach those who suffer, and encourage schools, workplaces, and communities to make mental health a priority.||Talk Saves Lives||8/10/2016|
|7/4/2016 19:14:25||The Rotary Club of Los Alamos||PO Box 853 (no st. address)||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.losalamosrotary.org||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, water and sanitation||Mexico, India, Nepal, Dom. Republic||No||Yes||A charter, if that applies||8/19/1966||Linda||Hull||Board member for Public Relationsemail@example.com||The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.||Basic education and literacy, maternal and child health, clean water and sanitation, sustainable economic development, eradication of polio worldwide, peace and conflict resolution||We are exploring opportunities to support expanded educational facilities at the local nature center; we provide vouchers to pay for High School Equivalency Degrees (HSE, formerly GED) for students in the Adult Basic Education Program at UNM-LA; we support over 20 youth projects, including youth exchange and scholarships; several new projects for consideration will be discussed by the Board this month (July) as we enter our new fiscal year.||7/4/2016|
|6/28/2016 14:06:39||Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program||PO Box 1113||Espanola||NM||87532||http://www.raalp.org||Education||Espanola Valley and environs||Yes||46-0616148||No||8/27/2016||Beverly||Post||Program Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program (RAALP)’s mission is to help community members transform their lives through enhanced literacy by providing free, one‐to‐one tutoring for adults reading at or below the 6th grade level. RAALP works with both English-speaking Basic Literacy students and English‐as‐a‐Second‐Language learners.||RAALP envisions a community where all adults have the literacy skills that enable them to achieve their personal and professional goals. RAALP provides free, one-to-one tutoring to low-literacy English-speaking adults through our Basic Literacy track, and new English learners through the English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) track. RAALP tutors are community volunteers certified through a Pro-Literacy training provided by the New Mexico Coalition for Literacy. Student‐tutor pairs make a commitment to meet for a minimum of two hours per week in a public location. Pairs are provided with materials from RAALP's adult literacy lending library, and with on-going support. Some tutors also help their students with computer or math literacy, basic life skills, or pre-high school equivalency preparation.||RAALP is doing outreach in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba Counties to find "hidden" Basic Literacy students. Many people with low literacy levels are embarrassed to step forward to seek help. Through partnerships with organizations (Delancey Street NM), businesses (LANL), and government entities (probation and parole), RAALP strives to reach more BL students to let them know that free, flexible-schedule tutoring is available.||6/28/2016|
|6/22/2016 16:11:59||United Way of Northern New Mexico||1200 Trinity Drive, Suite 419||Los Alamos||NM||87544||https://unitedwaynnm.org/||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services||Rio Arriba County||Yes||23-7138947||Kristy||Ortega||Executive Directoremail@example.com||To engage human and financial resources to improve the quality of life of the people in the communities we serve in Northern New Mexico.||United Way of Northern New Mexico (UWNNM) strives for a better community through work on education, financial stability and health issues in Northern New Mexico. Through our many partnerships, we engage community boards and organizations to stay up to date with current needs, fund organizations to directly address those needs through a grant process, and convene and collaborate to leverage resources and fill gaps as identified. ||UWNNM's newest initiative supports a Behavioral Health(y) Community by working to provide resources, raise awareness, and normalize behavioral and mental health issues.||6/22/2016|
|6/20/2016 10:53:32||Los Alamos Family Council, Inc.||1505 15th Street||Suite C||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.lafamilycouncil.com||Health and Human Services||Rio Arriba and Santa Fe Counties||Yes||85-0165066||9/23/1962||Cheryl||Pongratz||Counseling Center Program Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The mission of Los Alamos Family Council, Inc. is to promote emotional and social well being through providing advocacy, education, prevention and counseling, serving the diverse populations of Northern New Mexico.||LAFC operated two programs: The Counseling Center provides a full range of behavioral health (mental health and substance abuse) services and two Youth Activity Centers which provide free after school and school holiday/vacation supervised activities for youth in grades 3-8. The Activity Centers are primarily funded through LA County. The Counseling Center funding is primarily through insurance (public-Medicaid and limited private--BC/BS and Presbyterian insurance). United Way has been a strong supporter of LAFC since the 1960s.||The Counseling Center runs a full Intensive Out Patient Substance Abuse (IOP) Program, a State approved Domestic Violence Male Offenders Program and quarterly DWI Schools in addition to therapy for a full range of diagnoses.||6/20/2016|
|6/19/2016 14:17:24||Los Alamos Piecemakers||2525 Canyon Road||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.losalamos.com/lap||Arts and Culture||No||No||We have NM and US tax ID numbers, but no incorporation papers that we know of.||5/1/1985||Laura||Erickson||Presidentemail@example.com||To promote the art of quilting||Provide lectures, seminars, workshops; exchange ideas; support the community through donations of quilts and quilted items, and appreciation events||6/17/2016|
|6/17/2016 15:08:17||Living Treasures of Los Alamos||PO Box 1065||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.livingtreasureslosalamos.org||Recognize long-term community members||None||Yes||30-0046578||3/8/2000||Kyle||Wheeler||Treasurerfirstname.lastname@example.org||To honor seniors in our community for their volunteer work over an extended period of time.||Three people are honored in the spring of each year. They are picked from nominations provided by citizens in the community.||6/17/2016|
|6/17/2016 9:18:03||Los Alamos Retirement Community (Sombrillo Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility AND Aspen Ridge Lodge/Assisted Living||1011 Sombrillo Court (Sombrillo Nursing Facility)||1010 Sombrillo Court (Aspen Ridge Lodge/Assisted Living)||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.larcnm.com||Health and Human Services, Social Services, Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation||Northern NM; Espanola; Taos; Nambe; Pojoaque; Santa Fe; Jemez Springs.||Yes||85-0286440||Cynthia||Goldblatt||Community Liaison and Marketingemail@example.com||Providing Nursing Facility and Rehabilition for Los Alamos and Northern NM; Providing Assisted Living/Lodge for Los Alamos and Northern NM.||Nursing Facility; Rehabilitation Facility; Retirement Community/Assisted Living.||Local committment from community for fundraising for particular capital improvement projects (rooms/furnishings/TV's) ; increasing commmunity-wide awareness of LARC and our local nursing/rehabilitation facility and assisted living care. Help with identifying people with specific expertise to help with projects at the facilities.||6/17/2016|
|6/16/2016 18:47:42||Los Alamos Arts Council||Fuller Lodge||2132 Central Ave.||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.LosAlamosArtsCouncil.org||Arts and Culture||People from off the hill attend our events.||Yes||85-0255489||3/12/1967||Marlane||Hamilton||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Los Alamos Arts Council promotes lifelong engagement in the arts through education and community partnerships. The LAAC will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and cultural growth, and its activities will bring together the diverse segments of the community.||LAAC brings artistic programming and events to the community of Los Alamos. Some examples are the Kite Festival, two Arts and Crafts Fairs, Pumpkin Glow, Scarecrow Contest, Brown Bag Performances, Missoula Children's Theatre, Chalk Walk, Fuller Lodge Holiday Open House, Senior Recitals and more.||LAAC is celebrating the 50th anniversary in 2017. In celebration of that we will bring special programming to the community during this year.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 15:08:40||Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region||1229 S. St. Francis Drive Suite C||Santa Fe||NM||87505||http://www.bbbsmountainregion.org||Education, Health and Human Services, Youth Mentoring||Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Taos, Colfax, McKinley, Dona Ana, Grant, San Miguel and Mora Counties||Yes||85-0276498||1/1/1979||Andrea||Maril||CEOemail@example.com||Our Vision is that all children achieve success in life. |
Our Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Our Impact: We partner with parents/guardians, volunteers and others in the community and hold ourselves accountable for each child in our program achieving:
• Higher aspirations, greater confidence and better relationships
• Avoidance of risky behaviors
• Educational success
|Our goal is to give children an extra chance to overcome life challenges through long lasting, high quality, professionally supported one-to-one community and school-based (Lunch Buddies) mentoring. Mentoring helps a child develop a positive bond with an adult friend and adviser. Good bonding establishes the child's trust in others and in self, profoundly affecting the ability to graduate from school and develop into healthy, productive adults. Our mentees are less likely to start using drugs (46%), start drinking (27%), or skip school (52%). We anticipate that mentored students will experience enhanced educational success, avoid or reduce risky behaviors, and improve in socio-emotional competence.||The Lunch Buddies program, matching adult volunteers with elementary school children, was founded by Pat Soran in the 1990s, and merged with BBBS in 2003. Mentors (known as "Bigs") spend an hour a week with their Littles playing games, helping with schoolwork, and just "hanging out." This can be especially critical for youth facing the pressures of modern life, especially in the Los Alamos schools where pressure to succeed can be extraordinarily high.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 14:32:41||Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation||1900 Diamond Drive, Suite 1||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.lapsfoundation.com||Education||n/a||Yes||02-0773298||12/13/2006||Joanna||Gillespie||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The LAPS Foundation leverages time, talent and funds to promote innovative learning.||Believing that a quality public education is every child's right, we work to support the K-12 public schools in our community. To that end, the LAPS Foundation invests in innovative opportunities and materials for our schools, creates schools environments in which students are inspired to learn, and provides quality professional development opportunities for district educators.||Providing professional development is one of the essentials to keeping quality education professionals in our district and our community. The LAPS Foundation is interested in expanding these opportunities for instructional assistants, teachers, and administrators.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 13:08:24||Los Alamos Elks Lodge 2083||1600 Trinity Drive||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.bpoe2083.org/default.htm||Social Services, Youth Activities, Veterans||Espanola Vailley||Yes||85-0163254||9/8/1958||Lodge Secretary||NA||Secretaryemail@example.com||To inculcate the principles of Charity, Justice, Brotherly Love and Fidelity; to recognize a belief in God; to promote the welfare and enhance the happiness of its Members; to quicken the spirit of American patriotism; to cultivate good fellowship; to perpetuate itself as a fraternal organization, and to provide for its government, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America will serve the people and communities through benevolent programs, demonstrating that Care and Share.||Los Alamos Elks Lodge 2083 is a charitable organization that supports local, regional, State and National programs in the area of social and community welfare, youth activities and veterans.||NA||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 12:54:05||Self Help, Inc.||2390 North Road||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.selfhelpla.org||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services||Santa fe, Taos, Rio Arriba, Mora, San Miguel||Yes||85-0209449||4/12/1969||Ellen||Morris Bond||Exec Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Self Help, Inc. assists community members in accessing needed resources.||1. 2-1-1 – A nationwide United Way initiative contracted through UWNNM to provide social service related information and referral. Services are provided without regard for income or level. Self Help’s office is the 2-1-1 call center for Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, Taos, Mora, and San Miguel Counties.|
2. Los Alamos Emergency Fund – direct, immediate financial assistance for families with insufficient income with utility payments, medical bills, food, transportation to work and medical appointments, car donations, rent, and childcare during a period of crisis. In 2015 and 2016 SHI and the Los Alamos Police Department are collaborating to provide emergency lodging and food to families and individuals who are displaced in Los Alamos during hours when agencies are closed.
3. Consultation and Advocacy – individualized assessment to clients seeking assistance by providing crisis intervention, brief case management, and referral to the appropriate financial, legal, and human service organizations. The program provides assistance with workforce issues such as resume preparation, employment searches, referrals for child care, assistance with GED completion, financial literacy.
4. Seed Money for Self-Reliance – grants for individuals and families seeking the skills, equipment, and resources to initiate job training, continuing education, vocational development, home businesses/cottage industries, or other projects that will encourage integration into the workforce and enhance financial self-reliance.
5. Children's Tools for Schools Project: school supply distribution.
|A United Way funded mental health project called the Mental Health Access Project. We are building a website to help adults and youth access mental health care and suicide prevention.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 12:44:20||Los Alamos Mountaineers||PO Box 987||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://lamountaineers.org/||outdoor recreation||northern new mexico||Yes||46-2114297||1/1/1952||Evan||Rose||Presidentemail@example.com||The Mountaineers encourage outdoor activities - climbing, canyoneering, hiking, backpacking, skiing, trekking, kayaking and canoeing. The Club encourages members to lead trips, to share experiences and knowledge, and to bring the love of outdoor activities to friends and neighbors.||In 2016, the Mountaineers teamed with the Parajito Environmental Education Center to present a monthly program at the Nature Center and to provide a quarterly outdoors adventure. The goal is to promote outdoor recreation and to foster an appreciation for the environment for members of the Los Alamos community.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 12:31:58||Los Alamos Family Council||1505 15th Ste C||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.lafamilycouncil.com||Health and Human Services||Yes - Rio Arriba and Santa Fe Counties||Yes||85-0165066||7/13/1963||Joy||Beery||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||...Promote emotional and social well being through advocacy, education, prevention and counseling, serving the diverse populations of Northern New Mexico.||We have two major programs: The COUNSELING CENTER provides client assessments and therapy for all ages with a variety of mental health diagnoses. An Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (three nights a week) for those with alcohol and/or substance abuse issues is offered as well as a 52-week Domestic Violence program for male offenders. The YOUTH ACTIVITY CENTERS serve children 3rd - 8th grades in White Rock and Los Alamos with programs after school and all day during school vacations. The staff is trained to build youth competencies/resiliency to help prevent high-risk behaviors.||The Counseling Center provides the majority of mental health services for the County low income population. We accept Medicaid and refer clients to other agencies for other support services. The Youth Activity Center programs are free with major funding from the County and support from United Way. The County Health Profile identifies affordable child care as a high priority.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 11:35:00||Habitat for Humanity of Espanola Valley and Los Alamos (EVLA)||726 Riverside Dr.||Espanola||New Mexico||87532||http://www.habitatevla.org||Community and/or Economic Development||Espanola Valley||Yes||Yes||Yvonne||Atencio||Directoremail@example.com||At Habitat for Humanity, we build. We build because we believe everyone, everywhere, should have a healthy, affordable place to call home. More than building homes, we build communities, we build hope and we build the opportunity for families to help themselves.||We have a thrift store and a ReStore where we accept donations that help fund our home builds. We take applications for partner families and then with our volunteers we build affordable homes to meet that family's needs.|
At the build site we need volunteers for light and heavy construction, landscaping, painting, etc, and folks who can provide lunch on work days to the workers. Lunch is usually donated by a group, local business owner or individuals.
We are updating our stores in Espanola and need volunteers for work in the stores, organizing merchandise, or repairing items as well as pick up of donations. We also need volunteers for light construction, landscaping, and office tasks in our stores. These are ongoing tasks and we can always use volunteers in these areas.
There is something for everyone at every level.
|Currently, we are building our first build in Los Alamos. We expect to complete this build in the fall and will take applications for the next build, hopefully to start in the spring of 2017. |
We are always receptive to land or lots that become available in our area that would be donated or cost effective for a build.
|6/16/2016 11:01:13||Los Alamos Elks lodge 2083||1601 Trinity Dr||Los Alamos||New Mexicofirstname.lastname@example.org||Community and/or Economic Development||State||No||Yes||501||1/2/1962||William||Gregory||Presidentemail@example.com||Elks care and Elks share||Easter egg hunt, golf tournament, Charity, state project Cerebral pulsey||Cerebral Pulsey, golf tournament. raise money for UNM Childerns hospital, Make a wish foundation||6/15/2016|
|6/16/2016 10:59:49||New Mexico Consortium||4200 West Jemez Rd Suite 301||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.newmexicoconsortium.org||Education, Scientific Researh||Yes||26-0370262||No||Shannan||Yeager||Director of Community Development and Conference Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||The New Mexico Consortium (NMC) is an innovative effort to engage universities and industry in scientific research in the nation's interest and to increase the role of Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in science, education and economic development. This non-profit corporation formed by the three New Mexico universities focuses on facilitating collaborations at the Laboratory interface.||The NMC leverages capabilities at LANL, universities and industry and provides agile and accountable operations to execute joint initiatives. The NMC develops and manages self-sustaining research facilities to support these joint initiatives. Through the NMC, the universities and LANL have developed more effective models to advance our nations interests and increase the impact of scientific research on the local and national economy.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 10:19:37||First Born Program of Los Alamos||190 Central Park Square||STE 113||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.firstbornla.org||Early Childhood Development||Yes||80-0852704||Kimberly||Ferguson||Program Coemail@example.com||First Born Program of Los Alamos creates a community focused on family resilience and strength and optimal child development through supportive relationships, home visitation, and community education.||First Born Program of Los Alamos (FBPLA) provides free home visitation services, education, and support to all pregnant women and families with newborns in Los Alamos County without regard to socio-economic or demographic status. Services may be requested at any time during pregnancy, or until the baby is two months of age, and continue until the child is three years of age (36 months), or until the family no longer requests program services.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 9:59:25||University of New Mexico - Los Alamos||4000 University Drive||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.losalamos.unm.edu||Education||Rio Arriba, Santa Fe counties, northern NM||Yes||85-6000642||7/1/1980||Cynthia||Rooney||Chief Executive Officerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Preparation for Transfer…Pathways for Careers…Passion for Lifelong Learning!||UNM–LA is an innovative, rigorous, and affordable comprehensive branch community college that provides foundations for transfer, leading-edge career programs, and lifelong learning opportunities. We strive to prepare|
students who are capable, competent, and successful through high-quality instruction and personalized attention.
|UNM–LA is recognized as a premier education provider for Los Alamos and the region by offering unique forward-looking learning opportunities, spanning the|
sciences and the arts, and building on unique local and regional assets.
|6/16/2016 8:48:24||Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico||1011 Yale Blvd NE||Albuquerque||New Mexico||87106||http://www.rmhc-nm.org||Health and Human Services||Statewide||Yes||85-0283204||10/30/1983||Kristin||Rortvedt||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico provides comfort, care and a home away from home for families whose children are in medical treatment.||Many families travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children – a long time to be away or to divide a family. And, for children facing a serious medical crisis, nothing seems scarier than not having a parent close by for love and support. Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico provides that “home-away-from-home” for families so they can stay close by their hospitalized child at little or no cost.||Our two programs are the Ronald McDonald House and the Ronald McDonald Family Rooms.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 8:46:02||Los Alamos Historical Society||1050 Bathtub Row||PO Box 43||Los Alamos||NM||87544||losalamoshistory.org||Arts and Culture, Education||Pajarito Plateau, Jemez Mountains, Rio Grande Valley, Santa Fe||Yes||85-0231249||9/15/1967||Heather||McClenahan||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Los Alamos Historical Society preserves, promotes, and communicates the remarkable history and inspiring stories of Los Alamos and its people for our community, for the global audience, and for future generations.||Management of the Los Alamos History Museum, the Los Alamos Historical Society Archives and Collections, publications through Bathtub Row Press, ownership and interpretation of historic buildings, educational programs such as our lecture series, and more.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 7:52:57||Los Alamos Community Winds||P.O. Box 33||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.lacw.org||Arts and Culture||Santa Fe County, Rio Arriba County||Yes||470847442||9/19/2000||Ted||Vives||Artistic and Musical Directoremail@example.com||We are a wind ensemble made up of members of the Los Alamos, NM community. We comprise both amateur and professional musicians of all ages and backgrounds from middle and high school students to retirees in our area.|
Among our goals are:
1. To provide the Los Alamos community with a quality performing ensemble specializing in the best literature for the concert band and wind ensemble as a creative outlet and as a means for showcasing individual musical talent.
2. To promote public awareness of the importance of music, the arts, and other cultural events both as entertainment and as artistic endeavors.
3. To instill and sustain the American heritage of concert band music at community festivals, commemorations and other public gatherings.
4. To provide student musicians in the Los Alamos community with a good representation and model of ensemble performance.
|see mission statement||Over the past 16 seasons, LACW has collected a library of some 550 individual compositions and arrangements. This constitutes one of the largest private ensemble music libraries in the state of New Mexico. Additionally, we have a great need to adequately store our percussion equipment which includes timpani (2), bass drum, and other assorted instruments. Storage and access for both our library and percussion equipment has always been a challenge as they currently reside in the homes of individual members. Acquisition of proper, environmentally controlled and accessible storage is both essential and needed.||6/16/2016|
|6/16/2016 6:51:15||High Flyers Gymnastics||1900 Diamond Drive||P.O. BOx 1473||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.LAHighFlyers.com||Health and Human Services||Pojoaque||Yes||30-0555244||6/1/2009||David||Vosburgh||Executive Director||505-500-5699||director@LAHighFlyers.com||Teach Gymnastics to kids ages 2 thru 16 in a safe environment using latest techniques from trained coaches||we teach over 200 kids in recreational and competitive gymnastics in classes and weekly camps||we also host classes in Pojoaque at the Wellness Center and we have scholarships for families that cannot pay. Also we host an annual gymnastics competition that draws over 400 young girls and 1500 spectators from all over Texas and New Mexico.||6/15/2016|
|6/15/2016 20:43:31||Alex Kirk Foundation||342 Kimberly||Los Alamos||nm||87544||http://www.alexkirkfoundation.com||Education, youth programs||Northern New Mexico||Yes||47-1033967||7/1/2015||Alex||Kirkfirstname.lastname@example.org||Support and sponsorship of youth activities and programs through collaboration||6/15/2016|
|6/15/2016 20:16:08||Somos Amigos of Northern New Mexico||2390 North Road||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.somosamigosnnm.org||home repair||Espanola +20 mi radius||Yes||47-2594591||11/21/2014||Michelle||Thomsen||Treasurer of the Board of Directorsemail@example.com||Bringing people together to improve the health, safety and security of low income homeowners in Northern New Mexico through performing minor repairs to their homes.||Somos Amigos carries out health-, safety-, and security-related home repairs for low income homeowners in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba counties who lack the financial and physical resources to complete these repairs themselves. We use volunteer labor, supervised and directed by qualified professionals, to accomplish repairs in the most cost-effective manner.||Examples: We have repaired a large hole in the kitchen floor at one home, replaced a tub with a walk-in shower at another house, and replaced rickety steps with a wheelchair-accessible ramp at another.||6/15/2016|
|6/15/2016 19:26:36||Pajarito Environmental Education Center||2600 Canyon Rd.||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.peecnature.org||Early Childhood Development, Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship||Yes||Yes||85-0478101||4/22/2000||Katherine||Watson||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Enriching people's lives by strengthening their connections with our canyons, mesas, mountains and skies.||We serve Los Alamos and Northern NM with a nature center, school lessons and field trips, public talks, hikes, outings and classes, and planetarium shows.||In 2015 we served almost 30,000 people with high-quality environmental education. In 2016, our Passport to the Pajarito Plateau is a wildly popular hiking program that has people of all ages taking to the trails to explore nature.||6/15/2016|
|6/15/2016 18:25:32||Los Alamos Community Foundation||1200 Trinity Drive||Suite 423||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.losalamoscf.org||Arts and Culture, Early Childhood Development, Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services||None||Yes||35-2546420||11/6/2015||David||Izraelevitz||Presidentemail@example.com||To facilitate and promote local philanthropy; to highlight our unmet needs and donation opportunities; and to meet those needs through financial and organizational support||The LACF provides a corporate memory and efficiency to fund-raising efforts across multiple organizations, while giving high visibility to the opportunities and needs for local giving. We provide sophisticated support for receipt, investment, and disbursement of donations and thus become a vehicle for funding and promoting a variety of Los Alamos-specific needs.||6/15/2016|
|7/24/2019 9:40:49||New Mexico Immigrant Law Center||625 Silver Ave SW||Suite 410||Albuquerque||NM||87102||http://www.nmilc.org||Social Services, Immigration, Legal Aid||Statewide||Yes||27-3303237||No||9/1/2010||Christy||Sobolik||Grants and Data Manager||(505) firstname.lastname@example.org||Our mission is to advance justice and equity by empowering low-income immigrant communities through collaborative legal services, advocacy and education.||We work with strategic community partners on collaborative efforts to provide free legal services that to help immigrant families increase access to work opportunities and asset development, improve family stability and personal safety, and obtain restitution for immigrant victims of crimes. By framing our services around the goals of our clients and working with community organizing and advocacy groups in support of their efforts, we can build stronger communities.||The rural nature of New Mexico creates barriers for immigrants trying to access legal services. Lack of legal counsel often leaves immigrants at greater risk for exploitation and abuse, and makes it harder for them to avail themselves of legal remedies that would give them work authorization and increase their family stability. In order to overcome this geographical isolation, we are working to identify community partners in rural areas of the state, including northern New Mexico communities such as Farmington and Taos. We will then collaborate with these partners to develop a program to host regular legal workshops in these communities, thereby making legal aid more accessible.||7/24/2019|
|7/26/2019 17:56:43||American Chemical Society - Central New Mexico Local Section||PO Box 4777||White Rock||NM||87547||https://communities.acs.org/groups/cnmls||professional technical organization||Central New Mexico||Yes||85-6009576||No||1/1/1947||Donivan||Porterfield||Counciloremail@example.com||Advancing the broader chemistry enterprise and its practitioners for the benefit of Earth and its people||7/26/2019|
|7/29/2019 0:10:47||Global Hydranencephaly Foundation||199 Central Park Square #1280||Los Alamos||NM||87544||http://www.ghf.life||Early Childhood Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services, disease-specific: hydranencephaly||global||Yes||45-2113600||6/14/2011||Ali||Harper||Founder & Executive Director||5732802412||President@ghf.life||GHF is a registered nonprofit organization providing individualized family support from the point of diagnosis until the end of time, in addition to medical and/or educational advocacy services to families across the globe that are facing diagnosis of hydranencephaly for a child in their care. Through a wide array of projects and programs, we are working to shine a brighter light on the possibilities that exist for these children despite the medically subjected odds stacked against them.||GHF provides individualized support to families who have a child with a confirmed or suspected diagnosis of hydranencephaly from birth/diagnosis, throughout life, and after death.||Our Family-to-Family Resource Network is an online support group for parents and primary care providers of children with hydranencephaly and the foundation of our mission.||7/29/2019|
|8/5/2019 15:45:56||Divergent Labs Inc||PO Box 121||Ocate||NM||87734||http://www.divergentlabs.org||Community and/or Economic Development, Social Services||Mora Co. (and statewide)||Yes||46-4270511||11/7/2013||Star||Ford||Program Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Advancing the economic status, educational status, spiritual growth, human rights, and representation in the public sphere of disabled and disenfranchised people.||A majority-autistic board oversees three programs - Ocate Cliffs retreat center, technical services (software development), and Rhizome program (discussion and participation in national movements)||Ocate Cliffs, located in Mora County, is a retreat center run by autistic people and can be used by groups such as church retreats. It's an experiment in an autistic workspace.||8/5/2019|
|8/6/2019 15:59:40||Santa Fe Council on International Relations||413 Grant Ave.||Suite D||Santa Fe||New Mexico||87501||http://www.sfcir.org||Arts and Culture, Education, Community and/or Economic Development, international affairs||Santa Fe County, San Miguel County, Rio Arriba County||Yes||85-0196904||No||1/1/1965||Sandy||Campbell||Executive Director||(505) email@example.com||We connect New Mexico and the world by engaging, educating, and inspiring people as responsible global citizens.||We promote an in-depth understanding of globalization — including the responsibilities of the global citizen — and U.S. foreign policy through our international visitor programs, community education and high school/college education programs.||Through our partnership with the U.S. State Department, we will welcome over 400 international visitors to northern New Mexico. We connect ideas with action, with a membership of former ambassadors, foreign service officers, executives, and an engaged public seeking insight into these complex times.||8/4/2019|
|8/16/2019 10:15:46||The Food Depot||1222 A Siler Road||Santa Fe||NM||87507||http://www.thefooddepot.org||Early Childhood Development, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Northern New Mexico's Food Bank||Colfax, Harding, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Santa Fe, Taos & Union||Yes||85-0416803||10/1/1195||Sherry||Hooper||Executive Directorfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Food Depot fosters healthy communities by engaging a network of partners and developing solutions to create a hunger-free New Mexico.||We collect food and related products through collaborative relationships with the food industry, governments, other food banks and the community. We distribute what we collect through our network of charitable food providers to feed those who are experiencing hunger, as well as a number of direct service programs.||8/16/2019|
|8/22/2019 10:08:48||Leadership Los Alamos||PO Box 1380||Los Alamos||NM||87544||leadershiplosalamos.com||Leadership and in depth knowledge of Los Alamos area||Yes||1/1/2019||Estrella||Pinkerton||Board Chairemail@example.com||8/22/2019|
|8/29/2019 16:30:53||STEM Santa Fe||P.O. Box 33103||Santa Fe||NM||87594||http://www.stemsantafe.org||Education||Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos.||Yes||82-2358193||2/7/2016||Lina||Germann||CEO||505-310-4122||Lina.Germann@STEMSantaFe.org||STEM Santa Fe advocates for, develops and provides Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programming, mentoring and resources for all youth, especially those who are under-represented in STEM, to realize their potential and expand their opportunities in our dynamic world.||STEM Santa Fe leads STEM programs in Northern New Mexico that are project-based and hands-on, providing extended learning experiences and mentorships. We are a volunteer-based organization of STEM professionals serving as mentors and role models. We aim to reduce disparity in educational opportunities by offering our programs at low to no cost to families. In 2018 our programs earned STEM Santa Fe a “STEMY” award as Non-Profit of the Year for New Mexico Excellence in STEM by AFRL NM.||8/29/2019|
|10/8/2019 16:30:23||Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service||109 Central Park Square||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.lavns,com||Education, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services, Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy, Home Health & Hospice||Yes, Rio Arriba Co, Northern Santa Fe Co, Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Clara, San Ildefonso Pueblos||Yes||85-0226142||6/14/1973||Wendi||Wolfe||Executive Director, RNfirstname.lastname@example.org||Los Alamos Visiting Nurse Service, Inc., is dedicated to maintaining delivery of the highest quality home health and hospice to the residents of Los Alamos County and Northern New Mexico service area in Rio Arriba, northern Santa Fe County and nearby Sandoval County. We are responsive to our patients, our referring physicians and to our staff who expect a continues tradition of integrity, cost efficiency, and the very best health care service.||Provides skilled nursing for Home Health and Hospice patients, Physical Therapy, Medical Social Worker, Home Health Aide, Volunteer, Pastoral Counselor, visits performed under the comfort and privacy of patient's home under physician direction.||We provide Home Health and Hospice services and are a not for profit company.||10/8/2019|
|2/28/2020 15:52:20||Strong In Nature||4012 Sycamore St.||Apt. A||Los Alamos||New Mexico||87544||http://www.stronginnature.org||Sexual Violence Response and Prevention||Northern New Mexico||Yes||84-2411131||We heal sexual violence through outdoor adventures, education, and online community.||7/1/2019||Jamie||Allbach||Executive Directoremail@example.com||Strong In Nature connects survivors of sexual violence to healing in the outdoors through guided adventure experiences, online community, and employment opportunities. Outdoor experiences include guided, small group trips through farms, national park units, established trails, and other natural spaces. Our vibrant blog and social media accounts foster conversations around powerful images of women reclaiming their bodies, minds, and spirits after trauma. Employment opportunities as adventure guides and art/healing facilitators are for those who identify as survivors or who are closely connected with communities disproportionately impacted by sexual violence. All of our opportunities are intentionally crafted to promote survivors empowering other survivors to end sexual violence one adventure at a time.||1) Outdoor adventures for survivors of sexual violence|
2) Online community through blog and social media
3) Community Education including workshops on healthy relationships, bystander intervention, the roots of sexual violence, and other sexual violence prevention topics
4) Economic empowerment and professional development of survivor-led team members
|3/4/2020 14:29:00||Southwest Science Writers Association||PO Box 44||Los Alamos||NM||87544||swswa.org||Social Services, writers professional development||the US Southwest||Yes||1/30/2020||Martha||Heil||Presidentfirstname.lastname@example.org||The Southwest Science Writers Association is a professional membership organization for networking and self-education. SWSWA leverages its members' knowledge to strengthen ourselves professionally. SWSWA's strategic plan, a living document that gives an overview of the organization, can be found at swswa.org .||We provide professional services and networking opportunities for science writers in the Southwest||3/4/2020|
|3/31/2020 12:14:31||Muscular Dystrophy Association||4300 San Mateo Blvd NE||Ste. B-270||Albuquerque||NM||87110||http://www.mda.org||Education, Environmental and Humane Stewardship, Community and/or Economic Development, Health and Human Services, Social Services||New Mexico and El Paso TX||Yes||13-1665552||No||6/1/1950||Alyssa||Garza||Development Coordinatoremail@example.com||MDA is committed to transforming the lives of people affected by muscular dystrophy, ALS and related neuromuscular diseases through innovations in science and innovations in care. As the largest source of funding for neuromuscular disease research outside of the federal government MDA has committed more than $1 billion to accelerate the discovery of therapies and cures. We support the largest network of multidisciplinary clinics at more than 150 top medical institutions, serve the community with one-on-one specialized support, and offer educational conferences, events, and materials for families and healthcare providers. Each year thousands of children/young adults learn vital life skills and gain independence at summer camp and through recreational programs, at no cost to families.||MDA Care Centers: We support the largest network of care centers providing best-in-class comprehensive clinical care at top health care institutions.|
MDA Resource Center: Our national Resource Center is staffed by a dedicated team of knowledgeable specialists offering one-on-one support at no cost.
MDA Summer Camp: Every year thousands of children and young adults learn vital life skills and independence at MDA Summer Camp and other recreational programs at no cost to families
Research: MDA is the largest source of funding for neuromuscular disease research outside the federal government and has committed more than $1 billion in funding since its inception.
Treatments: Research we have supported is directly linked to approved, life-changing therapies across multiple neuromuscular diseases.
Technology: Our MOVR platform is the first and only data hub that uniquely aggregates healthcare, genetic, and patient-reported data, transforming health outcomes and drug development in neuromuscular disease.
|Due to recent events we are trying to virtualize MDA Summer Camp so the thousands of children and young adults can still experience camp and learn vital life skills.||3/31/2020|
|5/28/2020 15:40:14||Chamisa Elementary PTO||301 MEADOW LANE||WHITE ROCK||NM||87547||Education||Yes||85-0347622||12/31/1967||Joanne||Kozuchowski||Treasurerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Chamisa PTO is an organization whose purpose is to strengthen, enhance and encourage the educational and social environment of the School. Its goals are to complement the school curriculum with additional opportunities for parents, teachers and students to learn, socialize, communicate and grow.|
The success of the PTO can be measured in the cooperative spirit with which parents and staff work together to share their care and concern for students. The PTO’s success can be seen in the student’s appreciation for their school, their teachers and the opportunities presented.
We as PTO are supportive of the School mission statement: We support the learning journeys of all members of our school community, with collaborative, innovative approaches and reflective practices that honor and celebrate the diversity of our Chamisa families.