Ways to Give
We gratefully accept contributions through a variety of methods. Listed below are the most common ways to make a gift. If you don’t see the information you need, please contact the Development Office at 505-338-8038.
Micro-donors and large donors unite!
At Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, we look to our community for help in caring for those in need. Donations of all sizes are welcome. Please consider donating even if your budget is $5, $10 or $25. It all adds up and sometimes it’s easier to make smaller donations occasionally rather than one large contribution.
Credit Card. To make a secure contribution by credit card, you can donate online or call to contribute securely over the phone. We are able to accept gifts on Visa or Master Card.
Cash or Check. Please make checks payable to Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless. If sending your contribution, our mailing address is:
Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless
PO Box 25445
Albuquerque, NM 87125-0445
If you would like to deliver your contribution in person, please call for directions and parking info.
Periodic Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). By scheduling re-occurring gifts charged to your credit card you provide a consistent income for AHCH, allowing us to spend more dollars on programs and less on printed mailings and other outreach efforts. Automatic giving saves you time. You can pre-select the amount and frequency that you would like us to draft your donation. You decide how frequently you’d like to give: weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, or annually.
Grassroots Giving Events. Get your circle of friends and colleagues involved in a wide variety of strategies to make donations to AHCH. Host a party and pass the hat, put on a theatrical event or concert and donate the proceeds to AHCH.
Your support of our mission matters. Thank you for giving!
Your giving makes high-quality services available free of charge to those who need it most. Samples of what your gift makes possible:
|$110||Provide 6 people with overdose prevention, education and training, and two vials of Naloxone. Naloxone is a medication that counters the effects of opiates and saves the life of someone experiencing an overdose.|
|$120||Make it possible for a certified nurse practitioner, social worker, and client advocate to make “home” visits to campsites and local shelters.|
|$140||Provide 8 people experiencing homelessness the opportunity to obtain an identification card or copy of their birth certificate. These legal documents are necessary to obtain local services or apply for employment opportunities.|
|$233||Pay for a health care visit with a staff physician who will treat symptoms and may prevent future emergency visits.|
|$298||Grant seven days of motel respite for an individual without a home to recover from the flu and other illnesses.|
|$600||Give a new pair of dentures from the AHCH Dental Clinic. A new mouth opens the door to employment opportunities and the path to self-sufficiency|
|$755||Fund six hours of open studio time for up to 40 community artists at ArtStreet. At ArtStreet, participants gain self-efficacy by creating art that can be shown at an AHCH ArtStreet exhibit and sold as a source of income for the artist.|