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New Mexico Asian Family Center is the only organization in the state providing culturally tailored programs and services to the Pan-Asian community with the goal of creating a community that advocates for and supports itself. NMAFC provides counseling, case management and legal support for those who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, or other crimes as well as for those needing support accessing different resources. The agency also provides multigenerational family programming, workshops and trainings to the community, and engages in systems change work.

Artful Life projects transform communities through the co-creation of art. Professional artists and residents of underserved communities work together over months and years to envision and co-create significant works of art. Artful Life, based in New Mexico, is dedicated to the Tewa belief that revitalization is an individual and collective process fueled by creative inspiration, labor, and a thoughtful approach.

Immigrant and Refugee Resource Village of Albuquerque helps with legal services, housing and employment, counseling and health, education, and translation. Our sister organization is New Mexico Women’s Global Pathways, which helps women refugees with microenterprise.

Catholic Charities’ mission is to create hope for those in need by promoting self-sufficiency, strengthening families, fighting poverty and building community. As a local arm of Catholic Charities USA, we remain dedicated to finding solutions to some of the most pressing social challenges individuals, children and families face regardless of race, religion, country of origin, disabilities, age or sexual orientation.

Fosters global understanding and contributes to world peace by building bridges of international awareness and understanding among the people of New Mexico and emerging leaders from around the world, through international exchange programs, local educational programs, and international community-building activities. We have several volunteer opportunities that allow for individuals to engage with emerging leaders from all around the world. Contact: or (505) 888-1867

El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos is a grassroots, immigrant led organization based in Central New Mexico that works with the Latino immigrant community and allies to advance the rights of our community.

Pivot’s methods allow clients to enter the evaluation process at any stage of the program, whether it be Needs Assessment, Program Planning, Program Execution, or Outcome Analysis. Our team of knowledgeable, experienced consultants is available to provide help for organizations and companies with expertise relevant to their particular questions, issues, and challenges. The program evaluation methods used by Pivot ensure program staff, participant voices and their concerns drive the evaluation.


The Refugee Well-being Project is an innovative program that brings together newly arrived refugees (from Iraq, Afghanistan and Central Africa) and students from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Refugees both learn from and teach American students in the promotion of their well-being. UNM students provide support to refugee adults and children in accessing resources, learning English, tutoring, transportation and more.

Ecuentro’s mission to provide empowerment and opportunity to New Mexico’s by providing resources and education to develop valuable, practical skills. Ecuentro uses a holistic community driven approach to raise the voice and visibility of the New Mexico immigrant community.

Together for Brothers, led by community and love, partners across New Mexico with boys of color, men of color and allies to build capacity of organizations and schools and engage boys and men of color in promoting education, entrepreneurship, health and justice.

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains is a faith based, non-profit human service agency helping children and families during their most challenging times. We have been committed to serving all people, regardless of race, religion, gender or age since 1948.

As people of faith, we are committed to promoting comprehensive, humane immigration reform and working on behalf of those who are affected by unjust laws. The New Mexico Faith Coalition for Immigrant Justice was founded in 2009, and has committees that focus on direct service, education & advocacy, and outreach. We welcome all who seek immigrant justice. We share a common hope of creating an environment that welcomes the stranger in our age and for generations to come.


The mission of Women’s Global Pathways is to empowering the most marginalized populations of New Mexico including refugee, other immigrant local low income women girls and their families, to attain self sufficiency through education, economic development, and strengthened life skills, thereby addressing the social, economical, emotional and educational needs of their children. We are a New Mexico Not for profit organization and an economic arm of the Immigrant Refugee Resource Village Of Albuquerque that has a 501 c (3) status (