Please join us on Saturday, December 1 from 2-10pm at Fire & Hops Gastropub in Santa Fe for their Taps Takeover event. A portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty. As Albuquerque’s Bosque Brewing takes over the taps and Fire & Hops serves up delicious food specials, the Center will be discussing our advocacy. We will also be giving away two day passes to Meow Wolf to a lucky attendee! We hope to see you there!
Tuesday, November 27 is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving when we celebrate the power of community philanthropy. Backed by the strength and support of our communities, the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty has made remarkable progress this year. Consider giving a contribution on November 27 to honor and continue our work!
DOUBLE YOUR DONATION ON NOVEMBER 27! By making a gift to the Center on #GivingTuesdayNM, your donation will be matched up to $1,700 by gifts from our generous sponsors:
State Employees Credit Union
and an anonymous individual donor.
A huge THANK YOU to our #GivingTuesday sponsors for their support!
November 28 is Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving. We invite you to join the movement! Consider a gift to the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty to help us continue our fight for economic and social justice in New Mexico.
Click here to make a secure online donation! Then share your generous spirit on Facebook, using the hashtags #Unselfie and #GivingTuesdayNM.
By making your gift to the New Mexico Center Law and Poverty on #GivingTuesday, your dollars will go twice as far thanks to our generous sponsors! By donating on November 28, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $1,200 by the following companies:
A huge thank you to our #GivingTuesdayNM sponsors!
Follow us all day on Facebook and Twitter on Giving Tuesday to learn about our bold and successful advocacy to defend access to healthcare, promote food security, remove barriers to meaningful employment, transform New Mexico’s educational system, and much more in 2017.
Please join us to celebrate the life of Kim Posich at the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. The memorial will be located in the courtyard of the museum. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
Hosts: Gail Evans & Ruza Donohue
When: Friday, August 18th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History 2000 Mountain Rd NW, Albuquerque, NM
Last month, we celebrated at Hotel Albuquerque by raising a glass with Kim Posich. As the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty’s Executive Director, Kim dedicated himself to increasing opportunities for low-income New Mexicans. It was wonderful to see so many of Kim’s friends, family, and colleagues come together to recognize the inspirational leadership of our long-time Executive Director.
Thanks to everyone who attended the event!
Thanks again to our generous event sponsors!
Paul Baca Court Reporters
As many of you know, Kim Posich, the Center’s longtime Executive Director, has stepped down from his position. We would like to take the opportunity to recognize his important contributions to the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty and the people of New Mexico. Please join us on April 18th at Hotel Albuquerque to toast Kim and thank him for his years of service.
We hope you will mark your calendars and plan to join us. Additional information will be coming soon.
A Toast to Kim Posich!
Tuesday, April 18th
The Center is pleased to announce that Supervising Attorney Sovereign Hager and Staff Attorney Abuko Estrada have been selected to participate in the Sargent Shriver National Center on Law and Poverty’s Racial Justice Training Institute (RJTI). RJTI is a national training program committed to promoting race equity as an integral part of antipoverty advocacy. Over a six month period, RTJI fellows will participate in a combination of online and onsite learning to develop their skills to successfully address the role racism plays in causing and perpetuating poverty.
As part of their fellowship, Sovereign and Abuko have spent the week in Chicago training with the Shriver Center. Abuko said, “The Shriver Center’s Racial Justice Training Institute has been an inspirational experience. I am excited to put into the action the tools and strategies learned and continue to engage with a great network of advocates across the nation. I am honored to be a part of the training and feel positive it will help to inform and transform the Center’s work and impact in New Mexico.”
Video Credit: Real Image Productions, Patty Kuning
On Friday, April 22nd, the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association recognized the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty with the 2016 AMICUS Award for Significant Contributions to the Advancement of Law. Professor Michael Browde presented the award to the entire staff of the Center and shared his reflections on our work:
“…the Center has become the leading legal organization in service to the poor in this state—serving client interests directly in the broadest ways possible, while also working diligently and cooperatively with the legal aid and specialized legal service organizations that work so hard in service to the poor and disadvantaged segments of our society. So, it is fitting in the extreme that NMTLA honors, the Center, its extraordinary Executive Director, Kim Posich, its indefatigable Director of Litigation, Gail Evans, and its marvelous and dedicated staff.”
Thank you to the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association for this honor!