The New Mexico Women's Foundation is accepting grant applications from nonprofit organizations to help make it possible for women to generate income through their work with arts, crafts, home enterprises, and cottage industries.
To be eligible for micro-grants, which usually range between $2,000 and $4,000 each, groups must be located in New Mexico, have some type of governing... Read Article
Do you know of an unsung hero in the corporate giving world? Well, it’s time to start singing!
The New Mexico Business Weekly’s Corporate Heroes publication and awards event will honor our region’s most generous businesses and volunteers.
Nominations close today, April 16, 2010, at 5 p.m., so submit your nomination here!
With limos, a red carpet, and glamorous "stars", the Fame & Shame Awards show looks like its more famous cousin in Hollywood. But these awards expose the tobacco industry’s influence in Hollywood, and point out how popular actors and movies encourage young people to start smoking.
The awards ceremony also honors middle school and high school students from around the state... Read Article
Assistance League® of Albuquerque to receive in-kind advertising, marketing and media services
Advocate, a partnership between New Mexico-based advertising and media companies designed to support not-for-profit organizations and charities based in Albuquerque, announced today the recipient of the 2010 Advocate program. Assistance League of Albuquerque, an all-volunteer... Read Article
The Nonprofit Times and Bluewater Nonprofit Solutions seek your input on the nonprofit salary survey.
The nonprofit salary survey results and subsequent report will provide comprehensive information needed to make key hiring and employment decisions during these difficult economic times. Plus, information that can be used to save money on salary and benefit costs.... Read Article
Information taken from the IRS Exempt Organization Update Email of April 2nd, 2010.
"Many small businesses and tax-exempt organizations that provide health insurance coverage to their employees now qualify for a special tax credit. Included in the health reform legislation, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, approved by Congress and signed by President Obama on... Read Article
The UNM Office of the President is calling for nominations for the 2010 Sarah Belle Brown Community Service Award. Established five years ago by current Anderson School of Management Dean Doug Brown in honor of his wife Sarah Belle Brown, the award recognizes those individuals engaging in the third tenet of UNM's mission: community service. The deadline for nominations is 5 p.m. on... Read Article
Santa Fe, New Mexico - The City of Santa Fe is seeking nominations of individuals or organizations that deserve an award for their outstanding work in the arts through the 2010 Mayor’s Recognition Awards for Excellence in the Arts. This award recognizes individuals and organizations that have made significant, ongoing or legacy contributions to the success of the arts in Santa Fe.... Read Article
Green For All, a national organization dedicated to building an inclusive green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty, is excited to announce an important event coming to Albuquerque. On March 30, we will host a free daylong Business Academy sponsored by the University of Phoenix, with the goal of providing small business owners with the tools, resources, and network... Read Article
Please consider participating in The NonProfit Times 2010 Salary and Benefits Survey.
This is the only survey for nonprofit organizations that will provide you with the comprehensive information needed to make key hiring and employment decisions during these difficult times. Plus, you'll have access to information that can be used to save money on salary and benefit costs... Read Article