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ACCESS provides community-based programming focused on developing holistic, affordable and innovative opportunities to underserved communities. ACCESS improves literacy and the well being of children and families through Arts, Community, Culture, Education, Sports & Science.
Architecture for Everybody
Architecture for Everybody brings the craft of architecture, usually reserved for the wealthiest 98%, to the people. A4E is an alliance of architects, designers and builders who empower communities to harness the best of design to save resources, preserve cultures and traditions, and grow with an eye to long-term sustainability.
Rachel Preston Prinz
CiQlovía is a FREE annual event that closes city streets to cars and opens them up to people on foot and bike; allowing community interaction to take shape through outdoor exercise classes, shopping, live music and other activities. CiQlovía is designed to stimulate a community conversation about bicycle, pedestrian and public health issues while also stimulating the local economy and encouraging active lifestyles.
Camp Enchantment is a week-long residential camp experience for children with cancer, ages 7 through 17 held at the Manzano Mountain Retreat in Torreon, New Mexico. It is an exciting opportunity for children with cancer to HAVE FUN and CELEBRATE LIFE through friendships and discoveries in a safe and respectful atmosphere.
CESOSS is a research and learning center that protects and preserves ways of life and traditions in the South Valley. CESOSS strives to become an exemplary community-led and community-driven research and learning center.
Desert Forge Foundation
Desert Forge is an organization for Veterans by Veterans focused on restoring emotional, mental and physical health to returning combat soldiers through meaningful job training, employment and the arts. Some recent initiatives include Buena Tierra Farm, Desert Fox Filmworks, & Full Battle Rattle.
Victor (Vic) Versace
Dragon Farm is a fully operational 1 acre farm that is part of the South Valley Academy Charter School. Dragon Farm uses an experiential, service learning curriculum, with agriculture as a mechanism to foster community participation.
EleValle is a collective of South Valley organizations working to improve the quality of life with (not for) residents and their families.
Hands Across Time
Hand Across Time that seeks to eliminate suffering caused by poverty, inequality, and prejudice; through building and operating fully sustainable intergenerational communities, where displaced children, elders, retiree volunteers, foster/adoptive families and young adults come together with our organization to foster and maintain supportive community that spans generation.
Intergalactic Cultural Relations Institute (IGCRI)
IGCRI fosters an appreciation for the role of arts and culture in future interplanetary diplomatic relations. The institute seeks to contribute to the discourse on, and showcasting of, creative expression specifically for extraterrestrial audiences.
International District Healthy Communities Coalition
The International District Healthy Communities Coalition believes that health begins where "we" live, learn, work, play, and love. Their focus is the area between the Foothills and Nob Hill on Albuquerque's Route 66 known as one of New Mexico's most dynamic and diverse neighborhoods, a two-mile-square section now knows as the "International District".
Bernadette Hardy & Reynauz Juarez
Korimi - Educacion para Familia
Korimi is a group of parents from the South Valley that supports early childhood education by providing services and education to the family. They believe in the promotion of the leadership skills to parents and the idea that all families deserve the opportunity to be healthy, happy and successful.
La Cosecha CSA is an innovative project of the Agri-Cultura Network that improves community health in the South Valley by increasing access to healthy, affordable, locally grown food and community-based nutrition education.
Helga Garza and Jedrek Lamb
Mixing Bowl is a 3,500 square foot FDA-certified commercial kitchen incubator. From startup to maintenance, Mixing Bowl can be your launch pad for catering, food processing and specialty food production.
Courtney Rich & Josue Olivares
The MiABQ Project is an independent volunteer group of young professionals who are interested in the revitalization of Downtown Albuquerque.
Julia Mandeville & David Silverman
New Mexico Community Data Collaborative
NMCDC builds community capacity by moving data into action. NMCDC develops and shares neighborhood data with local organizations that promote community assessments, child health and participatory decision-making.
Reinventing Retirement is an event that brings together people who are moving out of their first careers and looking for a way to re-engage.
South Valley Economic Development Center
The SVEDC provides facilities, resources and training for new and expanding small businesses, with an eye to job creation and fostering the economic revitalization of the South Valley community.
Southwest Bike Initiative
Southwest Bike Initiative uses education and community engagement to promote walking and bicycling as building blocks for economic development, public health and well being, and an equitable and connected community.
Speak Love Inc. is an anti-bullying organization meant to spread love, knowledge and support while building communities that last a lifetime.
TEDxABQ is a TED.com licensed community with a mission to create change through spreading great ideas!
The First Nations Pollinator Project
The mission of The First Nations Pollinator Project (formerly – The Navajo Bee Project) is to Provide Bees, Mushrooms and Pollinator Gardens to Clean-Up Radioactivity from Navajo Land!
Valley Community Interpreters
Valley Community Interpreters is a community-based medical interpreter and cultural competency training program, addressing the growing need for qualified interpreters in healthcare to improve language access.
We Are This City
We Are This City is a large-scale Initiative to transform Albuquerque through technology and art. WATC works with local communities, youth, governments, and organizations to select projects that can cost-effectively impact economic development from a localized level.
Umbrella Week is organized by a grass-roots, spontaneous group of Albuquerqueans working in the realms of art, tech and culture. This is a community-driven, collaborative marketing effort created in response to the opportunity to show what we’re all doing synchronistically in one exciting week in the Duke City.
5/19/2017 - COMMUNITY TRAINING: Nonprofit Start-up Workshop
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