Where To Find Us Jul07

Where To Find Us

Santa Fe Need and Deed meets every Monday at 2 PM at Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) located at 841 W. Manhattan Avenue (at the corner of W. Manhattan and St. Francis – see map below.) During the summer months look for our booth at The Flea, located at The Downs horse racing track just South of Santa Fe. Click here for directions to The Flea. In the winter, The Flea moves indoors to the building across the train tracks from the Farmer’s Market just off Paseo de Peralta. We have a collection of treasures donated to us by Santa Fe locals, and we’d love to add your donations to our stock. We accept everything (except upholstered furniture)!  We have everything, including some amazing costume and turquoise jewelry. The items that don’t sell at The Flea are given to our client/friends at our Monday meeting. Donations can be delivered to The Flea on Saturdays or Sundays. You can also bring your treasures to our Monday meeting at Westminster Presbyterian. Questions? You may call Santa Fe Need and Deed at (505) 920-2227 or click here to email us. Here is a map to our weekly meetings at Westminster Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) in Santa...

Empty Stocking Fund in full swing… Dec02

Empty Stocking Fund in full swing…...

Great news.  We were able to help a BUNCH of people fill out their Empty Stocking applications this past Wednesday at Christ Church Santa Fe.  Here’s one of our favorite Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteers John Bohnert helping James, a long time SFNAD client friend apply online. Please help spread the word, you or someone you know may be experiencing an unexpected challenge this holiday season. See Empty Stocking Fund for more information. Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteers will be on hand at Christ Church Santa Fe to assist with the online application process on Wednesday’s, December 7 and 14 from 10:00am-3:00pm. Make an appointment by Email: Help@santafeneedanddeed.com...

“Attitude of Gratitude” Dec02

“Attitude of Gratitude”...

Kudos to the residents of Santa Fe’s Villa Alegre and Campo Alegria!   These wonderful Seniors banded together and decided to make a difference for our Homeless Community. Since September, John Quintana of Villa Alegre has spearheaded a holiday drive to benefit the homeless.   He approached any willing resident to make up a small hygiene kit with the promise that the kit would be given directly to someone in need. And LOOK what they did.  Magdalena Bubuljak and John presented  us with two huge boxes overflowing with the most thoughtful combination of hygiene products, hats, gloves and other necessities. At the beginning John states, “I have no idea how successful this project will be, but I do know it will have a positive impact on the participating residents and on the people receiving the donations”. “Attitude of Gratitude” hangs on the door at the Villa Alegre Senior Center and that is exactly what we have for all the residents of Villa Alegre and Campo Alegria.  Gratitude....

Visit us at the EL MUSEO WINTER INDOOR MARKET Nov23

Visit us at the EL MUSEO WINTER INDOOR MARKET...

EL MUSEO WINTER INDOOR MARKET Visit, Support, Donate at our Santa Fe Need and Deed booth Located at El Museo, in the building across the tracks from the Farmer’s Market off Paseo de Peralta. Open for Black Friday at 8:00am Open every weekend – Saturday & Sunday’s Have any items to donate? We take donations here at the booth, or at our Monday meetings at 2pm at Westminster Presbyterian. Questions? Email:...

2016 Empty Stocking Fund Nov22

2016 Empty Stocking Fund...

The New Mexican Empty Stocking Fund is in full swing and we want ALL of our client friends to get the most out of it. Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteers will be on hand at Christ Church Santa Fe to assist with the online application process on Wednesday’s, November 30th, December 7 and 14 from 10:00am-3:00pm. Make an appointment by Email: Help@santafeneedanddeed.com...

San Antonio to present at “One Door Campus” Workshops in Santa Fe Nov01

San Antonio to present at “One Door Campus” Workshops in Santa Fe...

Santa Feans are invited to learn about “One Door Campus” Thursday November 10, 2016, 7 pm to 8.30 pm Presentation is free and open to the public featuring speakers sharing how San Antonio is successfully dealing with homelessness. “One Door Campus” an integrated care system to help individuals experiencing homelessness get immediate assistance and achieve long-term success.  Presentations are hosted by Santa Fe’s “One Door Campus” organizing committee, San Antonio’s Haven For Hope, and the City of Santa Fe.5 Santa Fe agencies are invited to join a two-day Workshop: Workshop Developing a long-term solution to Homelessness in Santa Fe at BF Young Building, 1300 Camino Sierra Vista, Santa Fe NM 87505 Friday, November 11, 2016, 8.30 am to 5 pm Saturday, November 12, 2016, 8.30 am to 11 am To RSVP: http://evite.me/SXt65gqVv1 For Information: sunil@sb-associates.net or...

Current News About Us… Oct28

Current News About Us…...

KSFR Homeless in Santa Fe By Dennis Carroll • Oct 5, 2016 Please take a moment and listen to this very poignant audio recap of our hugely successful Forum: “Why am I Homeless? Why do I Panhandle?” Our view: With winter coming, let’s help the homeless Posted: Wednesday • October 5, 2016 8:40 pm | Updated: 6:06 pm, Fri Oct 14, 2016.  The New Mexican Straight from the Source By Steven Hsieh • September 28, 2016, 12:05 am, Santa Fe Reporter Panhandlers take the mic at upcoming community forum...

David Copher’s Halloween Party Oct20

David Copher’s Halloween Party...

The Legendary David Copher Halloween party has been moved to the Courtyard Marriot. Saturday, October 29th, 2016, 8:00pm – 12:00 am at the Courtyard Marriott 3347 Cerrillos Rd.  It will be a fund raiser with all proceeds going to Santa Fe Need and Deed to help the homeless and near homeless. Tickets  $20 at the door (Cash Only – 21 and Up) Cash Bar: This is an alcohol event.  Don’t Drink and Drive $10 Raffle: for Artwork, Silver Jewelry and more Costume Contest: No store bought costume! Prizes include David Copher jewelry . Cab Ride Home Program (505) 438-0000 $5 a cab for 1 or 2 riders $10 a cab for 3 or more 5:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m The Cab Ride Home program provides safe transportation via Capital City Cab to adults from a liquor establishment or residence/party to your residence within the Santa Fe City limits. Cab rides are $5 a cab for 1 or 2 riders and $10 a cab for 3 or more. A reduced  $1 Cab Ride Home will be offered during certain holidays such as Fiestas de Santa Fe, St Patrick’s Day and 4th of July in 2014. The service runs Friday and Saturday nights from 5:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m.    ...