Your generous support fuels our ongoing fight for equity, opportunity, and justice for all New Mexicans!
For over twenty-five years, NMCLP has partnered with our communities to take action for justice and promote the well-being of New Mexico’s workers, families, and children. Contributions from our donors make our bold advocacy possible!
Donate online or send your check payable to “New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty” addressed to: New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, c/o Sireesha Manne, 301 Edith Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102.
NMCLP 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. Special for 2021: As part of the extension of the federal CARES Act, if you take the standard deduction on your tax return, you can deduct up to $300 for donations to a charitable organization without itemizing. Couples can claim up to $600.
Other Ways to Give
By setting up an automatic monthly donation, you can support NMCLP’s ongoing advocacy in a convenient, consistent way that fits your budget. Setting up monthly gifts of any amount can make a big difference! Set up your recurring donation here.
Contributions to the Kim Posich Cornerstone Fund will be designated to the development of new public interest attorneys, sustaining his work for years to come.
Taxpayers age 70½ or older can donate up to $100,000 directly from their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) and Roth IRAs, without treating the withdrawal as taxable income. If you are considering using this vehicle to make a gift, please consult your ...
Many employers offer matching gift programs that may double or even triple an employee’s donation to an eligible 501(c)(3) organization. This option may even be available if you have retired from a business, or if your spouse makes the contribution. ...
Recommend a gift to the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty through your existing Donor Advised Fund. Contact your fund administrator to set up the contribution.
Cy pres awards occur in class action lawsuits when the money that is awarded to class members is unclaimed or cannot be distributed to the intended beneficiaries. New Mexico’s rules of procedure allow the court to distribute these residual funds ...
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 ...
For more information about supporting our work, contact:
Director of Development