Where To Find Us Jul07

Where To Find Us

Santa Fe Need and Deed meets every Monday at 2 PM at Westminster Presbyterian 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...

Financial Literacy C...

    We are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a financial literary class each “first Monday of the month” beginning August 3, 2015 . Adena Whitman from Guadalupe Credit Union will begin the class by presenting “First Steps: What Do You Need to Start Managing Your Finances”....

Weekly Affirmation Jul08

Weekly Affirmation

This affirmation is said out loud in our Circle of Compassion at the beginning of each of our Monday meetings. It was written by our founder, Martha Hamblen and taken from a variety of sources such as Martin Luther King Jr. The Course in Miracles, the teachings of Jesus Christ and her own...

Free Financial Coaching from Guadalupe Credit Union Jul03

Free Financial Coach...

We are so appreciative that Financial Counselor Diane Sandoval, from our community partner the Guadalupe Credit Union, took the time to discuss the services they offer to people with low income and difficult financial situations in our Monday Meeting. Here are some highlights from what Diane...

Exciting News for ou...

Living on the streets our ‘client-friends’ often fight for every meal, for room at the shelters as well as restroom facilities, AND they often find themselves without toiletries too. Imagine not having a toothbrush or toothpaste, soap, shampoo, or lip balm while navigating the...

The Food Depot Mar24

The Food Depot

The Food Depot is one of our Community Partners. We are grateful for the free food provided for our Monday hot meals. Don’t forget – our meetings are every Monday at 2 pm at Westminster Presbyterian Church of Santa Fe on Manhattan Ave. See you...

Report: New Mexico Hunger Summit Mar21

Report: New Mexico H...

Santa Fe Need and Deed attended a hunger summit this morning in Santa Fe. As the Santa Fe New Mexican writes, “There isn’t a bigger issue facing Northern New Mexico.” Nearly 1 in 5 residents is experiencing hunger, including over 29 percent of children — New Mexico...

NCMEH: Ask Congress to End Chronic Homelessness Nov13

NCMEH: Ask Congress ...

ADVOCACY ALERT Ask Congress to Support $301 Million Increase to HUD’s McKinney-Vento Programs to End Chronic Homelessness Last spring, the President proposed that Congress provide $2.406 billion in fiscal year 2015 for HUD’s McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Grants – a 14%...