Resilience Rising: MolinaCares Accord's Commitment to Local Behavioral Health
In response to last spring's wildfires, the Santa Fe Community Foundation activated its Community Resiliency Fund to provide immediate, emergency relief. Among the first supporters of the fund was The MolinaCares Accord, whose $25,000 gift played a pivotal role in addressing local behavioral health needs.
Community Matters: Hike the Good Hike
This month on Community Matters, Christopher Goett speaks with Jesse Cody, Founder and Director of the nonprofit Hike the Good Hike. Christopher and Jesse discuss the inspiration for Hike the Good Hike and what drives Jesse to embark on ambitious, long-distance hikes to raise awareness and funds in support of mental health and wilderness therapy.
Addressing Behavioral Health Needs in New Mexico
In recent decades, our country's understanding of behavioral health has grown significantly. Yet, we are also coming to recognize that our awareness of behavioral health needs far outstrips the funding and resources that are available to meet those needs. In northern New Mexico, this gap translates to a shortage of providers and lengthy wait lists at community behavioral health agencies.
BIPOC Leaders Growing Nonprofit Power Together: Nonprofit 101
with Sunshine Muse
BIPOC Leaders Growing Nonprofit Power Together
Designed for new and aspiring BIPOC nonprofit leaders, this session provides an overview of starting and running a new nonprofit.
Racial Healing and Renewal Cohort: Session 4
with Robert Nelson and Kendra Toth
Racial Healing and Renewal Cohort
This four-session program is based on building the capacity for trusting relationships by analyzing our individual identities within the context of the history of oppression. Healing is a revolutionary act. Honoring lessons from elders in the justice movement, it is imperative that we no longer perpetuate the grinding style of activism that replicates the same exploitative practices on our bodies, minds, and hearts. Healing involves stopping the production of social justice and to holistically understand personal proximity to power allows for real healing.
Investment Strategies for Nonprofits of Different Sizes
with Marsie Silvestro and Ross Chaney
Executive Director Learning Circle
We will be joined by Drew Tulchin, a capital raising expert, to talk about ways to raise investment, what types of investment exist and what best fits different organizations. We will also explore the conditions needed to prepare for investing and hear from those who have success stories and lessons learned.
Institute of American Indian Arts
The IAIA Advancement Associate supports a team dedicated to IAIA's mission "to empower creativity and leadership in Indigenous arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning, and community engagement." This position provides a wide range of office and administrative support to the Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA), which requires excellent problem solving and organizational skills, verbal and written communication strength, and interpersonal skills.
Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center
Ghost Ranch is seeking a dynamic Events Manager to orchestrate exceptional events. Responsibilities include planning, budgeting, vendor management, and on-site coordination. Strong organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills are essential. Join our team and create unforgettable experiences for our clients. Apply now and make every event a success!
The Mountain Center
The position of Executive Assistant works 40 hours a week and closely with the Executive Team and Program Managers with a primary focus in supporting the Executive Director. Much of the function of the Executive Assistant is at the center of The Mountain Center’s (TMC) operations for the administration role of the organization.