Official news from the City of Albuquerque
The Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is looking for volunteers for Summer Camp.
Volunteers to help with furniture and house wares transport to help those that are experiencing homelessness move into housing.
The Metropolitan Homelessness Project is looking for a licensed massage therapist who would be willing to come in during the evenings to volunteer their time and talents.
Changing bandages, taking vitals and other basic assessments keeps these residents on the path to health and wellness at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
The Metropolitan Homelessness Project is looking for some great new volunteers to assist staff and residents in the shelter.
Non-denominational group of volunteers that come to the shelter in the evenings to provide spiritual resources, and listen to the residents at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
Painting, remodeling- you name it, we could use the help at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
Handing out towels, soap, blankets and other toiletries at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
Planting, weeding, designing new space at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
The Metropolitan Homelessness Project is looking for volunteers to drive residents to their medical appointments.
Light House Counseling is in need of volunteers to cover the front desk.
Answering the phones, light filing, intake of new residents into the shelter and answering the door at The Metropolitan Homelessness Project.
*Greet visitors and answer phones.
At Monday night’s city council meeting, three councilors (Benton, O’Malley and Garduno) refused to vote for critical, time-sensitive bi-partisan effort funding for Paseo Del Norte and I-25 funding.
Mayor Richard J. Berry announces that this local builder has been awarded the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Research Center Green Partner Award
Abandoned and problem-riddled home is demolished by Safe City Strike Force
Mayor Berry’s ABQ View is leading the nation in transparency
Mayor Richard J. Berry and Mayor Ken Miyagishima of Las Cruces have teamed up to encourage all New Mexicans to support UNM and NMSU
*Family & Community Services - Helping homeowners who are elderly & disabled.