Animal Humane New Mexico


Animal Humane | New Mexico is a private NFP organization which passionately and proactively encourages the ethical treatment of animals by facilitating healthy, lifelong human + animal bonds.  They provide innovative enrichment programs and low-cost spay/neuter and clinic services to promote  awareness and inspire advocacy. To find out more about this organization visit their website at

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Covenant House

covenant-houseOpening Doors for Homeless Youth. For millions of homeless kids, basic needs like a hearty meal, warm bed, and safe shelter are true luxuries. Instead of knowing the joys of childhood, every day these kids face the life-or-death dangers of living on the streets.

Covenant House was founded 38 years ago with the mission to help these homeless kids. Today, Covenant House is the largest privately-funded agency in the Americas providing food, shelter, immediate crisis care, and essential services to homeless, throwaway, and runaway kids.

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Albuquerque Rescue Mission

armThe Albuquerque Rescue Mission exists to show the restoring love of Jesus to hopeless and homeless men, women and children resulting in spiritual and emotional healing and life long discipleship to Jesus. To do this we provide food, shelter, clothing, training, education, mentoring and Biblical counsel. To find out more about this organization visit their website at

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Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project began when several individuals took small, inspired actions to help others in need. One night while watching the evening news, a group of veterans and brothers were moved by the difficult stories of the first wounded service members returning home from Afghanistan and Iraq.

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The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is the not-for-profit global humanitarian aid organization of the United Methodist Church.  UMCOR is working in more than 80 countries worldwide, including the United States.  Our mission, grounded in the teachings of Jesus, is to alleviate human suffering—whether caused by war, conflict or natural disaster, with open hearts and minds to all people.


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The Nature Conservancy

Today’s society faces unprecedented challenges. Dwindling natural resources, declining economies, a rapidly changing climate and other threats require that all of us begin working together to reach common solutions.

More than ever before, we must find innovative ways to ensure that nature can continue to provide the food, clean water, energy and other services our growing population depends upon for survival.

Now is a time of opportunity. A time to move conservation from the sidelines of global priorities to the center of the world stage—because human wellbeing depends on a healthy, diverse environment.

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Prairie Dog Coalition

For the benefit of treasured wildlife, the Prairie Dog Coalition is dedicated to the protection of imperiled prairie dogs and restoration of their ecosystems. To accomplish this mission, we provide information and advocacy training, facilitate communication and planning, and promote conservation projects. We are an alliance of non-profit organizations, concerned citizens, and scientists dedicated to the protection of prairie dogs.

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Best Friends Animal Society

Best Friends Animal Society is guided by a simple philosophy: kindness to animals builds a better world for all of us. In the late 1980s, when Best Friends was in its early days, roughly 17 million dogs and cats were being killed in shelters every year. Despite the commitment of shelter workers to the animal in their care, the conventional belief was that little could be done to lower that terrible number.

Best Friends’ No More Homeless Pets campaign created a new vision: A grassroots effort to place dogs and cats who were considered “unadoptable” into good homes, and to reduce the number of unwanted pets through effective spay and neuter programs.  Since then, the number of dogs and cats being destroyed in shelters has fallen to approximately 5 million a year.  There has been much progress, but there is still much more to do.

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Center for Whale Research

Center for Whale ResearchDedicated to the study and conservation of the Southern Resident Killer Whale (Orca) population in the Pacific Northwest.

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