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Executive Director's Learning CircleRecurring Event
Thu, 15 Oct 2020
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM


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September 19, 2020, 10 AM - 4 PM

Back to school is here again, but this year a lot has changed. Instead of the usual school supplies, many children need hygiene kits with soap, toothpaste, tampons, shampoo, etc. We support families living in poverty in Santa Fe by donating 30% of all sales from Shiprock Santa Fe, Santa Fe Vintage, Boyd & Allister Home, and Maida Goods plus 10% of sales the same day from 8am-2pm at Dolina Cafe & Bakery to a Communities in Schools program supporting basic needs to Santa Fe families. Organized by Raashan Ahmad in partnership with Communities in Schools. Please email raashan@vitalspaces.org with any questions.


September 20, 2020, 10 AM - 1 PM

Upaya Zen Center - The Ease and Joy of Mornings: An Introductory Morning of Meditation led by Maia Duerr. Learn the basics of Zen meditation and hear a dharma talk in this morning of quiet contemplation. Suitable for all levels of meditation experience.

Offered by donation and presented via Zoom. Register online: registrar@upaya.org or 505-986-8518 to receive the Zoom link which is sent 24 hours in advance.


Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 9:30 - 10:15 AM

Race to Lead in New Mexico

Join us for a webinar on race and nonprofit leadership in New Mexico, which will present data and findings from our forthcoming Race to Lead brief, as well as a panel discussion featuring two local leaders.
• Presenter: Ofronama Biu (Senior Research Associate, BMP)
• Moderator: Alicia Lueras Maldonado (Consultant, BMP)
• Panelist: Laura Harris (Executive Director, Americans for Indian Opportunity)
• Panelist: James Jimenez (Executive Director, New Mexico Voices for Children)

Register: https://buildingmovement.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=596d1ef30dcd5207aa277f3d2&id=2c709105c8&e=1593e5eba4

Contact: info@buildingmovement.org 


October 7, 2020, 6 - 7 PM

Esperanza Shelter’s Board of Director's Annual Meeting is scheduled via Zoom on October 7, 2020 from 6-7pm. The public is invited to attend our presentation. The board and executive director will be sharing an overview of our agency's operations for the fiscal year 2019/2020. Save the date and plan to join us via Zoom. Link is here.

For more information, please contact us at 505-690-3633 or info@esperanzashelter.org


Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 1:00 - 2:15 PM

On the Frontlines: People-of-Color Led Nonprofits Confront COVID-19 and Structural Racism

Building Movement Project's BMP's forthcoming report, On the Frontlines: People-of-Color Led Nonprofits Confront COVID-19 and Structural Racism, presents the findings from a survey and interviews with leaders of color to see how COVID-19 and the uprisings have affected their work. Join us for a presentation of the new report and a conversation with local leaders.
• Presenter: Deepa Iyer (Director of Movement Building, BMP)
• Moderator: Alicia Lueras Maldonado (Consultant, BMP)
• Panelist: Johana Bencomo (Director of Community Organizing, NM CAFé)
• Panelist: Henry Brutus (Executive Director, La Casa, Inc.)
• Panelist: Angel Charley (Executive Director, Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women).

Register: https://buildingmovement.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=596d1ef30dcd5207aa277f3d2&id=195126eeb3&e=1593e5eba4

Information: info@buildingmovement.org


Through December 31, 2020

The New Mexico Finance Authority invites nonprofit organizations in need of financial assistance to explore a loan from the Small Business Recovery Loan Fund. Created by the NM Legislature during the June 2020 Special Session, this $400 million program provides low-interest loans to nonprofits and other businesses that experienced financial hardship due to the pandemic. The three-year loans may be used for a variety of expenses, do not require collateral, and have no payments for the first year.

Loan amounts are twice the 2019 average monthly expenses, up to $75,000. The current interest rate is 1.625%, payments are interest-only for the first three years, and the loan may be extended for an additional three years.

For eligibility and application information, visit www.nmfinance.com. The application will be open until 12/31/2020 or until funds are gone, and the loan process takes approximately ten business days.

Questions? Email: recovery@nmfa.net or call (505) 984-1454.


November 1 - December 1, 2020

Esperanza Shelter is hosting a virtual fundraiser this holiday season. Holiday Trees of Hope will run from November 1, 2020 through December 1, 2020. We are currently looking for any individuals, organizations and/or groups that are interested in sponsoring a holiday tree (6ft to 7ft) to auction off.

If you're interested in sponsoring a tree, a minimum of a $500 sponsorship is requested; which is the purchase of a holiday tree and decorations. Trees will be decorated and on display for virtual presentation at the Drury Santa Fe. Trees are auctioned off and delivered fully decorated to your home on December 2nd and 3rd. All money raised will benefit Esperanza's COVID emergency fund. We'd like to thank our partners who are donating their services to this fundraiser. Drury Santa Fe, JAM Real Estate Experts and Two Men and a Truck.

For more information please contact, Marcos Zubia, Director of Development at marcos@esperanzashelter.org.


Ongoing

Kicking off Santa Fe Habitat's COVID Screen Project – do you know a business who needs protective screening!? 😷 Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity is proud to share that a small group of our "regs" (regular volunteers) are working hard from their homes to provide protective screening to help keep local businesses safe. These innovative and engineer-minded volunteers are building custom plastic framing to allow local stores to continue operations in a safe capacity that socially distances customers from staff. These screens are free of charge for businesses who aren't able to afford similar products.

Our volunteers have adapted the Habitat model to this project to ensure the screens are financially accessible to the public. The labor and materials are available free-of-charge. We hope that businesses who receive protective screening, will in-turn, contribute in-kind donations as they are able to help cover the hard costs for volunteers to build more frames! We are proud to see this volunteer group spearheading such a vital community project to proactively support the community by using their engineering skills to build custom screens!

Help us spread the word about our COVID Screen Project to local businesses. For inquiries and questions, please contact Project Organizer, Bill Koogler, at info@santafehabitat.org or by calling the Santa Fe Habitat Office (505) 986-5880.


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