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One Albuquerque Housing Fund

Information about the One Albuquerque Housing Fund.

Donate Today

  • "The Basics" - Basic move in supplies (i.e. toiletries, towels, set of dishes): $50
  • "A little help goes a long way" - 1 week of rental assistance & case management support: $300
  • "Help getting back on track" - 1 month of rental assistance & case management support: $1,250
  • "Room to breathe" - Security deposit, first & last month’s rent on a new apartment: $3,000
  • "Stable Ground" - 1 year of rental assistance & case management support: $15,000
  • Other: You can donate any amount to the One ABQ Housing Fund.

Donations can also be made by check:

One Albuquerque Fund
PO BOX 25125
Albuquerque NM 87125-5125

If you would like your online donation to go toward housing vouchers, please contact Steve Fitzer, Development Director for the One Albuquerque Fund, at 505-633-6813 or
[email protected]. If you contribute by check, please include a note that you would like your contribution to go toward housing vouchers.

One Albuquerque Housing Fund

A One Albuquerque Fund Priority

The One Albuquerque Housing Fund is now part of the One Albuquerque Fund. The One Albuquerque Fund aims to fund critical programs to address some of the core challenges in our city including housing vouchers, workforce support, youth opportunity, and officer recruitment.

About Housing Vouchers

The primary need of individuals and families experiencing homelessness is a home. A home is the foundation for everything else. ​Once housed, individuals and families can move forward with their lives​.

  • Adults can focus on developing their job skills and obtaining a job.
  • People with chronic illnesses are able to store their medication properly and eat the right food.
  • Those struggling with behavioral health issues can connect to treatment, and have the safety and stability they need to support their recovery.
  • Children can focus on learning, knowing they have a safe place to stay each night.

People experiencing homelessness have different needs. Some are working, and just need help paying the security deposit, first month’s rent and last month’s rent in order to obtain an apartment. Others need more ongoing help paying the rent in the form of a housing voucher while they get back on their feet. Some of these households will also need the support of a case manager, to help them connect to community resources, apply for jobs, learn how to be good tenants and develop basic life skills. Some will only need a housing voucher and case management for a few months, while others who have serious disabilities may need longer term support.

All households will contribute 30 percent of their income towards the rent​, which helps develop tenancy skills and allows the One Albuquerque Fund to serve additional people experiencing homelessness.