Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region - SantaFe.com

Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region had its beginnings in Santa Fe in 1979. We have since expanded our reach to serve children across much of New Mexico, including programs in the following counties: Doña Ana, Grant, Luna, Los Alamos, McKinley, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Santa Fe, and Taos.

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Kitchen Angels Dine Out 2022 | Heating It Up
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DINING FOR GOOD: ANGELS DINE OUT, APRIL 21, 2022 KITCHEN ANGELS, BY THE NUMBERS 30 years. 1,800,000 meals delivered. 7,693 clients served. 4,000 volunteers. Wow! This is noble work done for three decades by one of Santa Fe’s beloved nonprofits, Kitchen Angels. The organization started in 1992. Three friends, Tony D’Agostino, Anna Huerik, and Aleise Sargent, realized that many homebound neighbors had no source for regular nourishing meals when they needed them most. The concerned threesome’s idea was fully embraced by the community, succeeding far beyond anyone’s expectations. The need for Kitchen Angels’ services, though, has continued to grow exponentially.

Be Part of Growing Up New Mexico
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In 2022, there seem to be more job opportunities than applicants. People have more choices now when considering the type of work they want to do. Today’s workers want what they do to make a difference, so it’s a great time to consider working for a local nonprofit organization. Santa Fe, New Mexico, is home to many nonprofit organizations that help the community with a wide range of services. Some nonprofits support the homeless, some help animals, and others, like … Read More

Stand Up For Nature | Santa Fe Conservation Trust

The Santa Fe Conservation Trust’s annual community conservation celebration is going entirely virtual for the second year. So, despite COVID, you can have an evening learning more about the good work done by this nonprofit organization, enjoy entertainment, and support their efforts. This year’s fundraiser goes live Thursday, August 26, at 7 p.m. with pre-event entertainment hosted by Jono Manson, including performances of Native American hoop dances by the Lightning Boy Foundation, plus performances by Lara Manzanares, Jaime Michaels, Indigie … Read More