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Over the past 25 years, our systemic advocacy has protected and expanded healthcare access, defended the food and cash assistance safety net, improved educational opportunities, and fought for the rights of low-wage workers. Thank you for considering an investment in our ongoing work. Your dollars will go far as we work alongside New Mexico’s families to change conditions statewide.

The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty has been granted 501(c)(3) status by the Internal Revenue Service and your donation is deductible as provided in section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Donate online or send your check payable to “New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty” addressed to: NM Center on Law and Poverty, 301 Edith Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102

The Kim Posich Cornerstone Fund

As the Center’s long-time Executive Director, Kim Posich’s dedicated leadership built a stable foundation on which the Center’s influence and impact grew. We have established this fund to sustain the organization for years to come. Please consider a gift to the Kim Posich Cornerstone Fund. Make a secure donation to the Kim Posich Cornerstone Fund HERE.

Leave a Legacy

Your will guides, honors, and protects the people, places, and values you hold dear. By including the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty in your estate plan, you can create a legacy based on the values most important to you. Your investment will help advance our shared vision of a New Mexico that is vibrant with opportunities – where all people’s basic needs are met and human rights are valued.

Download our planned giving brochure to learn more about making a gift to the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty in your will or living trust. For further assistance, please contact Stacey Leaman, Development Director, at 505-255-2840 or

For more information about supporting our work, contact:

Stacey Leaman
Director of Development
Phone: +1-505-255-2840 ext. 116