The staff, board, and volunteers of the Thrive in Southern New Mexico have been working hard over the past 12 months to engage all sectors of our community and seek thoughts on how we can continue to grow and thrive. We’ve found that the focus of our community is in Education, Income Stability and Health.
As our organization continues to evolve into one who has turned outward and is intentionally engaged with ALL citizens, we continue to facilitate conversations and work towards solutions to the root causes of community issues in Health, Education and Income Stability.
However, in order to continue our work to solve these issues, we need resources. Your participation in the 50 DOCS Campaign means that we can bring together diverse groups of stakeholders who will find efficient, innovative solutions to our most pressing needs. Over the next 2 years our goal is to engage over 50 medical professionals, with their spouses or partners, to make an $85/month commitment to the Thrive in Southern New Mexico.
Won’t you join the numerous Doctors that have already made a pledge to our community and join in with your support? Simply click the donate button below, pledging your commitment to an annual gift of $1000 or more. You may include a check made out to the Thrive in Southern New Mexico or we would be happy to bill you in January of each year, starting in 2016.
Thank you so much for your confidence and support. Individually we do great things. Together, we will move mountains.
The 50 DOCS Campaign Committee
2015 – 2016 Thrive in Southern New Mexico
2015 - 2016 Campaign Brochure - Coming soon.
Leadership Giving Brochure - Coming soon.
Your Dollars at Work Flier - Coming soon,
Make a Pledge to the Thrive in Southern New Mexico and Our Community Today!
$1,000+ Annually Changes Lives
Becuase of these Generous Founding Docs an additional $9,480 was raised for the 2015 - 2016 Campaign!
Annual Golf Classic
Robert W. Hamilton Memorial Charity Golf Classic
Thank you to all our sponsors, volunteers and participants, the event was a super success!
June 21st article in the
Alamogordo Daily News