Grantees: Other HTC Communities

Hard-to-Count Immigrant Outreach

Chainbreaker Collective»

Awarded $7,000 to develop and implement the first phase of a city-wide census outreach plan, including media and canvassing, for transient or homeless individuals and youth in hard-to-count areas of Santa Fe and Santa Fe County. Project Contact: Tomás Rivera; tomas@chainbreaker.org; 505-989-3858

East Central Ministries »

Awarded $6,000 using East Central Ministries volunteers and staff to implement a three-phase census campaign; educate, motivate, activate including canvassing, within three hard-to-count tracts in Albuquerque's International Neighborhood District. Project Contact: John Bulten; john@eastcentralministries.org; 505-266-3590

Indigenous Lifeways»

Awarded $6,000 to train and deploy indigenous youth Social Justice Fellows to provide census outreach and canvassing within 15-30 Navajo chapter houses in Gallup; San Jaun and McKinley Counties. Project Contact: Krystal Curley; krystal@ourindigenouslifeways.org

KWH Law Center»

Awarded $7,000 to KWH staff and partners to implement a three-phase census outreach campaign: education, motivation, activation, to reach NM African American communities in Otero, Sandoval, Valencia and Bernalillo Counties. Project Contact: Pamelya Herndon; pherndon@kwhlawcenter.org; 505-205-0868

La Casa Family Health Center»

Awarded $10,000 to conduct census outreach with in-state college students and La Casa Family Health Center patients in Curry and Roosevelt Counties. Project Contact: David Briseño; sixbrisenos@mac.com; 575-356-6695

Lovington MainStreet»

Awarded $4,000 to implement “Lovington 2020,” a component of the City of Lovington's Community Development strategic plan for education and engagement in the census. Project Contact: Mara Salcido; director@lovingtonmainstreet.org; 575-396-1418

Mesilla Valley Community of Hope»

Awarded $10,000 using Mesilla Valley Community of Hope team members for census outreach, host fairs, provide information and canvass homeless population in Doña Ana County, Mesilla Valley and Las Cruces. Project Contact: Nicole Martinez; hope@zianet.com; 575 -523-2219

New Hope Church»

Awarded $6,000 to engage African American churches, schools and community organizations in community initiatives and education within the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County. Project Contact: Rachel Botello; RachelB@frenchfunerals.com; nmcooper@unm.edu; 505-881-7780

Not Forgotten Outreach »

Awarded $5,000 using Not Forgotten Outreach team and community partners to provide census outreach and education for at-risk veterans, rural and homeless populations in Taos County. Project Contact: Alec Swift; alec@notforgottenoutreach.org; 575-224-1503

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains»

Awarded $7,000 using the Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains - Public Affairs Team to mobilize and train volunteers, student groups to reach in-state college students, LGBTQ, patients, and supporters in the census. Project Contact: Jasmine Hansen; jasmine.hansen@pprm.org

Regional Development Corporation»

Awarded $4,000 to train and mobilize trusted community messengers to motivate Espanola Valley residents' participation in the census within the City of Espanola, Los Alamos County, Espanola Valley, including Santa Clara and Ohkay Owingeh Pueblos. Project Contact: Alison Gillette; AGillette@espanolanm.gov; 505-820-1226

Santa Fe Youthworks»

Awarded $7,000 using Santa Fe Youthworks volunteer team members to combine census community canvassing with network-building and education to reach at-risk youth; young adults and other hard-to-counts groups in Santa Fe County. Project Contact: Karl Tacheron; karl@karltacheron.com; 505-989-1855

Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico»

Awarded $5,000 to train and mobilize Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico communications staff to provide census education and outreach through drop-in sites and community events in Bernalillo County and the City of Albuquerque. Project Contact: Adrien Lawyer; adrien@tgrcnm.org; 505-200-9086