Donation

 

There are a variety of ways you can contribute!

Please consider making a donation online today with Paypal.

If you prefer to make a contribution by mail. Please make the checks out to the NM Alliance. Then mail to:

Attn: Nancy Rodriguez
NM Alliance for School-Based Health Care
3301-R Coors Blvd #288
Albuquerque, NM, 87120

 

Amazon Smile!

If you’re shopping at Amazon.com, .5% of your eligible Amazon purchase can go back to NMASBHC when you make it through: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/27-0859783. Set this up as your default Amazon account page for easy shopping.  Many of the eligible items are also eligible for Prime shipping.

 
Smith's Grocery Stores Community Rewards Program
New Mexico Alliance For School Based Health Care

1% of your purchase value goes back to NMASBHC when you assign your value card to our organization. Sign up today!  Register at: www.smithscommunityrewards.com.  If you already have a rewards card, you'll have to associate it in your online account with NMASBHC. If you have a card but haven’t set up an online account, you’ll need to do so.  

Every day, thousands of children and adolescents in New Mexico are denied affordable, high-quality health services because of basic inequities in this state. School-based health centers (SBHCs) bring the doctor’s office to the school, uniting health and education to transform the lives of students. Currently, New Mexico leads the nation with 84 SBHCs that serve thousands of our most vulnerable children and adolescents, although a patchwork of inefficient funding leaves many SBHCs unable to keep the doors open. The New Mexico Alliance for School-Based Health Care invites you to join us in our commitment to grow and sustain SBHCs for our children.

Your Donation Dollars at Work

Your generous contributions enable the NM Alliance to:

• Strengthen our advocacy efforts, resulting in increased funding and support for SBHCs.

• Build strategic partnerships between health and education.

• Support increased school-based health care for Native American students.

• Engage youth in improving the health of their peers, family, and communities.

• Build the capacity of SBHCs to continue providing high-quality culturally competent care that meets the needs of New Mexico’s children and adolescents.