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ABQ Rotary Charitable Foundation
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The Albuquerque Rotary
Charitable Foundation, Inc.

A 501(c)3 Tax-Exempt organization

 

 

The Rotary Charitable Foundation, Inc. was incorporated in 1988 as an organization dedicated to charitable giving in the greater Albuquerque area. Members of The Rotary Club of Albuquerque are also members of the Albuquerque Rotary Charitable Foundation. The purpose of the Foundation is to enable Rotarians to support local charities and deserving community projects. A gift of $1,000 to the Albuquerque Rotary Foundation is recognized by the award of a Clinton P. Anderson Fellowship. Information on how to submit requests for funding can be found by clicking the links on the left of this page. Board of Directors...

 

Still Making a Difference...

In Albuquerque after 100 Years


 Centennial Signature Project

 

 

 

 

 

Past Charity Funding Recipients:

  • National Dance Institute of NM
  • YWCA: GURLS, TechGYRLS
  • RCI, Inc.
  • Roadrunner Food Bank: Backpack for Kids, NM Mobile Food Pantry truck
  • Albuquerque OASIS
  • East Central Ministries, Inc.
  • Dismas House
  • Escuela del Sol Montessori, Inc.
  • National Atomic Museum Foundation
  • A New Day Youth and Family Services
  • St. Martin's Hospitality Center

 

 

$35,000 East Central Ministries Project (ECM)

Our club’s biggest local project in many years has recently been completed. R.I. approved the project on August 13th, 2010, and funds became available soon after. The funding came from RI, Rotary Districts 5520 (NM & SW Texas) and 4110 (North Central Mexico), 4 Mexican Rotary Clubs – Juarez Campestre, Chihuahua Majalca, Ciudad Juarez, and Torreon Empresarial, and our club. Our club’s total contribution of $5,500 came from our Foundation and individual Rotarians.

 

Administration of the project went very smoothly. A student film maker, and friend of Janet Thompson, made a 17 ½ minute promotional  video of the project, emphasizing the cooperation between the US and Mexican Rotary Clubs and ECM. Janet has assisted ECM with economic/marketing advice and has helped with sales of honey produced by the Urban Farm section of ECM.

 

A full story about the project was published in the September and October 2010 issues of The Round Table.

 

A tip of the Rotary hat goes to Ron Salley and Tom Walker for making it all happen along with the full support of the International Service Committee. After Ron recently assumed District 5520 duties, Rick Breeden took over.

 
 
The Rotary Club of Albuquerque
Children's Fantasy Garden at the Albuquerque Biological Park,

A Garden of Discovery!
   
The Children's Fantasy Garden at the Albuquerque Biological Park is the world's most imaginative acre. It is a magical place of astonishing light, color and exuberance; but beyond that, a living picture book of how Mother Nature energizes and reinvests her world and ours, through time. These are things children want to know - things they will discover each time they venture into the Fantasy Garden. The Rotary Club of Albuquerque donated $150,000 to help create this fascinating "classroom" for the children of New Mexico. The quality of life in our city improves dramatically every year thanks to such imaginative projects as the Children's Fantasy Garden.  

Working Classroom, Inc.

An Award Winning Program for At-Risk Children

   
In 1999 an 2000, The Rotary Club of Albuquerque donated a large share of the proceeds form our major fund raiser to Working Classroom, Inc. This award-winning program is dedicated to promoting the self-esteem, leadership, artistic and academic potential of at-risk youth. Working Classroom is a multi-ethnic organization of professional and novice adult and student artists, actors and writers. It offers programs that foster the creative, academic and leadership potential of talented at-risk youth and create art for and about our diverse communities. As citizens of a larger global community, Working Classrooms encourages its members to read, write and speak English and Spanish and to use their talents to build a better world -- collaborating to promote peace, tolerance and human rights at home and abroad.    

Children's Hospital of New Mexico

Family Centered Care

   
In 2000, The Rotary Club of Albuquerque added the Children's Hospital of New Mexico as a major beneficiary of the proceeds form our major fund raiser. The Children's Hospital, located within University Hospital, provides the most advanced neonatology and pediatric care available in New Mexico. Their care ranges from Ambulatory care outpatient clinics to inpatient units providing the highest level of intensive care hospitalization. Each year Children's Hospital of New Mexico cares for nearly 40,000 children, more than 50 percent of whom live outside of the Albuquerque area.