Board ABQ Comm Found May 2018The Association of Fundraising Professionals New Mexico Chapter advances and promotes philanthropy by empowering individuals and organizations to practice ethical and effective professional fundraising.  We do this through education and training, networking, mentoring, advocacy, and recognition.  

We currently represent over 135 members from the leading nonprofit charities, foundations and consultants across the state.  We hold monthly chapter meetings featuring speakers and topics relevant to fundraising professionals. Meetings are usually held on the second Thursday of the month (except July and November). More information is available under EVENTS.

There are many levels of membership in AFP-NM, including one to fit you or your organization. Learn about AFP membership categories here.  Want to join AFP-NM but need financial assistance? Visit our Chapter Scholarship page

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  • Congratulations to Juaquin Moya!

    AFP-NM Board member Juaquin Moya has been invited to be part of the Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) Líderes Fellowship. Juaquin is the Executive Director of Horizons Albuquerque.

    HIP’s Líderes Fellowship cultivates mid-career Latinos working in philanthropy and nonprofits by gaining knowledge, learning new practices, and building relationships within a network that supports their ability to advance and thrive.

    This year’s HIP Lideres represent 19 grantmaking institutions and 12 nonprofits from across the United States. Lideres were chosen on the basis of demonstrating a commitment to working for racial equity to achieve social justice.  The Fellows represent diverse Líderes — including indigenous, Afro, women, and LGBTQI Latinos — who have the courage to work in the complexity of the intersections in which we all live, including race, class, education, gender identity, ability, etc.

  • Great News!

    Please join us in congratulating AFP-NM Board Member Bianca Mitchell on receiving a scholarship to attend The First Nations Development Institute’s Native Fundraisers Community of Practice which will be held in June in Denver. Bianca serves as the Development Officer for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and is VP of Membership for AFP-NM.

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