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One ABQ Challenge

Mayor Tim Keller & First Lady Elizabeth Kistin Keller challenge you to step up and show everyone what makes us One ABQ!

Connecting Youth and Elders #ThisIsABQ

Make time in August to engage in a community service project that connects youth and elders in our community and then challenge others to do the same. The goal is to have projects that reflect our city’s creativity, diversity, and needs.


Get Involved

Check out the many ways you can get involved in the One ABQ Challenge


Where can I get more information?

Contact Sofia Sanchez, ABQ Volunteers Coordinator for the Mayor’s Office, at (505) 768-3017 or [email protected].

Share Your Work & Challenge Others


Disclaimer of Liability

Public participation in the One ABQ Challenge is entirely elective and is intended to promote cross-generational civic engagement and creativity in our community. Participation in the One ABQ Challenge does not make any participant an agent, employee, or volunteer of the City of Albuquerque. The City of Albuquerque, its employees, directors, and agents, do not assume liability for, or in connection with, any community service project undertaken by any person as part of the One ABQ Challenge. The City does not supervise any community service project undertaken as part of the One ABQ Challenge, and does not give express or implied endorsement of any particular community service project undertaken as part of the One ABQ Challenge. Participants in the One ABQ Challenge are encouraged to undertake their respective community service projects responsibly and with reasonable care, and shall assume the risks inherent to the nature of the particular community service project they have elected to participate in. Service project organizers and participants assume responsibility for all costs and equipment associated with their project.