Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry recently appointed Brent Eastwood as the new Coordinator for MOVE (Mayor's Office of Volunteerism & Engagement).
MOVE provides leadership, resources, and creative programs to mobilize support, connect volunteers, and assist organizations in building capacity to enhance quality of life in Albuquerque. The office promotes and supports... Read Article
A group of advertising and media professionals have created an opportunity for nonprofits - They will pick one nonprofit a year and provide the creative and the media time to promote that organization for a full year. This is a significant opportunity with significant value. If you have always wanted professional assistance in this area... Read Article
The Colours of the Holocaust
Worldwide premier of film to be show at El Rey Theater
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Albuquerque, NM, January 4, 2010 – The worldwide premier of a new film marking the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz will be shown at the El Rey Theater, 620 Central Ave. SW, on Wednesday, January 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m.... Read Article
Dear Advocates, Organizers, and Activists:
I'm writing to you on behalf of my client, Capitol News Connection (CNC), which is a nonprofit and nonpartisan news agency that covers the U.S. Congress. (You can find addional information about it here: .)
CNC recently started an interactive "Ask Your Lawmaker" podcast. Each week there's a different U.S. senator or house member... Read Article
Wells Fargo has NEW funding guidelines and deadlines for 2010! We will accept grant proposals January through September by category and will review them quarterly. Wells Fargo New Mexico will accept applications in the following areas, with the following deadlines:
Arts and Culture/Civic and Misc.
Grant deadline, February 15
Health and Human Services
Grant... Read Article
East Hartford, CT - Everyday Democracy is seeking proposals by Feb. 15 for its “Strong Starts for Children” initiative in New Mexico.
The initiative will help up to five New Mexico communities find ways for all kinds of people to think, talk and work together on issues related to the success of all children from birth to eight. Everyday Democracy will help these communities... Read Article
Thank you to the 220 people who completed the Center for Nonprofit Excellence training survey by December 14th. All of you were entered into our drawing for free trainings. We are pleased to announce that Laura Bonar with Animal Protection of New Mexico has won free trainings for a year. Other prize winners include Linda Off, Santa Fe Indian... Read Article
Small Grants Available for Census 2010 Outreach
Deadline Tue Dec 15, 2009
Frontera Asset Building Network has a limited number of small grants to award for outreach to ensure a... Read Article
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence has just updated its website to better serve and engage nonprofit partners in New Mexico.
The new site provides opportunities for nonprofit organizations to submit news they want to share with the community. Two new sections allow CNPE to feature a nonprofit organization and a donor on the home page. As a valuable nonprofit capacity... Read Article
At National Philanthropy Day on November 18, 2009, Pamela Chavez, Board President, Association of Fundraising Professionals – New Mexico, presented the President’s Award to the Center for Nonprofit Excellence.“The recipient of our next award is very near and dear to my heart. The President’s Award is not given every year, awarded only when an... Read Article