Call for Applicants

Are you (or do you know) a young person who has worked to make the world a better place through advocacy, activism, or community service? Apply for the Amy Biehl Youth Spirit Award. Apply here today!

NM Kids at the Crossroads: Save the Date

After a successful conference in northern New Mexico, we're switching gears to focus on our big annual KIDS COUNT Conference. It's June 25 in Albuquerque. We're still nailing down the details, but you can reserve your seats now. Reserve your space for the Albuquerque-based conference here. And check back soon for more details.

2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book

New Mexico is at a crossroads. At the federal level we're seeing unpredictability in how child-serving programs are funded and at the state level we're poised to elect a new governor. This annual publication reports the latest data on child well-being in New Mexico to help us choose the path forward. (An annual KIDS COUNT report; Jan. 2018) Read more
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April 19, 2018
Much of New Mexico’s array of scenic beauty has been enhanced and protected by a relatively little-known federal program called the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). Unfortunately, at the end of the federal fiscal year, the sun will set on one of our country’s greatest conservation programs if Congress fails to reauthorize it. The loss of the LWCF would not bode well for America.
April 17, 2018
Call me crazy but I really enjoy Tax Day because I am truly proud to pay taxes. If voting during Election Day is a self-expression of our values, then filing our tax returns on Tax Day is the method through which we celebrate those values. Taxes provide the resources to make shared investments in the things we all care about like a cleaner environment, public health, and quality schools.
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