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Below is a comprehensive list of the programs with whom we share our resources.
AUX DOG Theatre
They provide cultural and educational experiences through theatrical productions for adults and children.
Animal Aid and Rescue
We provide blankets, rugs, dog beds, toys, and other pet items to be used by animal hospice and rescue
Blue Corn Mothers Alliance
They provide for the safety of Native American women and their children through: Support, Advocacy,
Education, Counseling, and Referrals.
“…provide safe living options and servers for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning
(LGBTQ) youth, and allies who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness.”
Cuidando Los Niños (CLNkids)
“…helping to lift children and families out of homelessness. Combining high-quality early childhood education
with proven support programs for parents, CLNkids continues to prove that, together, we can break the cycle of
Clothes Helping Kids – Save the Children
”…gives children in the United States and around the world what every child deserves – a healthy start, the
opportunity to learn and care when disaster strikes.”
Dogwood – partnered with Assistance Dogs of the West
“We partnered with a number of community programs to offer integrated afterschool and summer programs.
We combine fun, education, and occupational therapy by teaching students with and without disabilities how to
care for, handle and train pet dogs, dogs for visiting, dogs for therapy, and assistance dogs for people with
disabilities. Students set and meet personal goals while working in an environment that builds skills in social
settings, disability awareness and public access rights, leadership and advocacy, perspective taking and
empowerment, and self confidence. Students learn to handle and train dogs using relationship and positive
First Tee of Greater Albuquerque
“…provides quality youth golf programs that include adult mentors and safe places for young people. The First
Tee programs provide life skills education and expose young people to core values.”
“A leading mission is to distribute used prescription eyeglasses to those with limited resources.”
Lutheran Family Service
“We believe that all people, from the newborn infant to the most elderly person, deserve to be valued in our
community. Therefore Lutheran Family Services is committed to offering love and support to the people it
servers, regardless of race, religion, gender, or age, to help equip them to live full and whole lives.”
Mandy’s Special Farm
They assist adults with disabilities in identifying, developing and achieving their goals.
Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish Outreach
Items of faith are distributed throughout the state to those with limited resources.
Healthcare for the Homeless – ArtStreet
“A community-based project and collective open studio space where art is used as the connection for
community-building for those without and those with homes. Art therapists also facilitate closed group sessions
weekly for sub-sections of AHCH clients.”
Paperbacks to Prisons – Partnered with Wings of L.I.F.E.
Our mission is to provide a variety reading material to incarcerated citizens.
PAWS to people – Bridge to Cures
Animal and human advocate.
They help to fund Translational/Comparative Study research to benefit better health and longer lives in both
people and pets. This research saves lives.
Public Academy for Performing Arts (PAPA) APS
Donations are used for hands on learning in the classroom.
Read to Me – Partnered with the APS Education foundation
Books are distributed to Title 1 schools, Senior centers, Books on the Bus, waiting rooms and learning
organizations in the community.
ReStore – Habitat for Humanity
“ReStore is GAHH’s retail store that sells donated new and used building materials and household items to the
public. GAHH is one of over 300 Habitat for Humanity affiliates throughout the country that has a
ReStore. Proceeds from the sale of materials help support the mission of Habitat for Humanity (major credit
cards and cash accepted). ReStore provides an environmentally- and socially-responsible way to keep good,
reusable materials out of the landfill and offers a source of discounted, construction materials to all
homeowners. GAHH also builds with materials from the ReStore, thereby reducing the cost of
construction. The number of Habitat homes built in a year is directly tied to ReStore revenue, fundraising,
donations, and volunteer participation levels. ReStore is open to the general public.”
Tender Love Community Center
“Mending lives one stitch at time”
Their mission is to help homeless, near-homeless, and low income women achieve stable, self-supporting lives
for themselves and their families.
UNM Trauma Center
Patients admitted to the trauma center often have their clothes cut off and have nothing to wear home. We
provide simple garments.
“The Wemagination Resource Center is a nonprofit educational reuse center, providing high-quality recyclable
materials in support of understanding the role of play for children’s optimal learning and development.”
Wings For L.I.F.E International
“Wings For L.I.F.E. – Life-skills Imparted to Families through Education, is an empowerment program that
provides life-skills, education, training, and support for children and family members of prisoners. There is a
Pre-K and Tutoring program for the children after dinner and some of the educational topics that are addressed
for the adults include single parenting, finances and how to stretch a dollar, discipline, acceptance issues,
prison visits, feeding a family, substance abuse and signs, reintegration and reunification issues, legal issues,
public defenders, work/job issues, holidays, and anything else of interest to the group. Search Institute’s© 40
Developmental Assets® are an important part of the training. In our society where children are all at risk in one
way or another, children whose parent(s) are in prison face even more challenges”