Where To Find Us Jan02

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.) Right now, through May come Visit, Support, Donate at our Santa Fe Need and Deed booth at the...

Our Monday Meeting Jan01

Our Monday Meeting

When ANYONE walks through the doors at two o’clock for our Monday meeting they are greeted by a smiling volunteer.   It’s not an ordinary smile it’s a sincere “How can we help?” smile, and it belongs to an extraordinary Santa Fe Need and Deed volunteer. Once inside you will smell some real...

We NEED your DONATIONS Feb08

We NEED your DONATIO...

Santa Fe Need and Deed like any non-profit that helps those experiencing homelessness is Always looking for help.  Many agencies have a wish list of items they need on a regular basis.  Because we serve many folks who actually sleep and live on the street or in the hills in winter, we are in...

Visit us at the El Museo Market in the Railyard Feb07

Visit us at the El M...

El Museo Market in the Railyard  Map Located in the building across the tracks from the Farmer’s Market off Paseo de Peralta Right now, through May come Visit, Support, Donate at our Santa Fe Need and Deed booth at the El Museo Market in the Railyard.  Open every weekend – Saturday 8-3...

Financial Literacy Workshop Feb06

Financial Literacy W...

These notes are from this weeks Financial Literacy class lead by Kidiam Rodriguez from Guadalupe Credit Union. Visit us the first Monday of every month at Westminster Presbyterian Church through August to get in depth, non-judgmental understanding on how to handle your money.  All financial...

Protect our Homeless, Protect our Programs Jan27

Protect our Homeless...

New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness has posted a CALL FOR ACTION The 2017 State Legislative Session began last week, and the House Appropriations and Finance Committee (HAFC) has begun working on the budget. HAFC has assigned a sub-committee on Health & Human Services, which will...

Local Realtor donates $1,000 Jan07

Local Realtor donate...

We met up with Yancy Whittaker of Santa Fe last week and the only thing greater than his generosity is his exuberance towards life.    It took little time for him to ask how he could help and even less time to use our Donate menu.   To see Yancy in action visit us on Facebo0k...

Counting the Homeless in ABQ Jan06

Counting the Homeles...

January 23rd – 27th What is the Point in Time Count? Every two years, the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness and our member agencies work together to coordinate the Albuquerque Point in Time Count. Our goal is to count the current number of individuals and families experiencing...

“Attitude of Gratitude” Jan02

“Attitude of Gratitu...

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...