What a shock, what a blow, when someone you actually know is hit with a killer disease, one you see in fundraising ads on TV, about other people, elsewhere.
Big boost for Big Brothers, Big Sisters
The first time I went through the Girard Collection at the Folk Art Museum, it was like the proverbial “I thought I died and went to heaven.”
On an idyllic Santa Fe summer Sunday afternoon out west on Tano Road, about 40 devoted supporters of Creativity for Peace gathered for “88 Keys X 20 Fingers,”
I remember 20 years ago when Las Golondrinas, a fabulous living museum on the cutting edge of Santa Fe and cusp of the past few centuries, found its new executive director in the imposing person of John Berkenfield.
A cynic recently asked me how you know if a charity is for real.
Friday night before Folk Art Market is the very fun Patron Party
First, Serve New Mexico … then have a big blast of a party!
Looking for a low-key way to benefit your charity?
Golfing for the Children’s Foundation
Two venerable Santa Fe nonprofits – Assistance Dogs of the West and the National Dance Institute – are proudly and happily celebrating their 20th anniversaries.
What’s in a name?