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New Mexico

The Nonprofit Ecosystem in New Mexico

New Mexico is home to 10k nonprofit organizations. In aggregate, these organizations account for $8b in revenue and employ 78.1k individuals.

Where Do New Mexico Nonprofits Focus?

The IRS classifies nonprofits along 25 different categories or NTEE classifications.

*Remaining NTEE categories account for 0 organizations.

Where are Nonprofits located in New Mexico?

CityOrganization Count
Santa Fe1,205
Las Cruces605
Rio Rancho298
Farmington287
Roswell261
Alamogordo180
Los Alamos178
Silver City175
Carlsbad173
Hobbs172
Clovis162
Taos156
Gallup122
Deming100
Artesia98
Las Vegas92
Espanola89
Portales86
Corrales84
Los Lunas83

Explore Nonprofits in New Mexico

Presbyterian Healthcare Services

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $4b

Revenue: $2b

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate multihospital health care systems that have two or more hospitals owned, leased, sponsored, or managed by a central organization. Also includes parent companies of diversified single hospital systems that provide comprehensive management and support services for the hospital.

Del Norte Credit Union

Los Alamos, NM

Assets: $702m

Revenue: $35m

MISSION:

ORGANIZED AS A COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION WITH THE MISSION OF IMPROVING LIVES BY PROMOTING THRIFT AMONG, AND CREATING A SOURCE OF CREDIT FOR, ITS MEMBERS.

Credit Unions In The State Of New Mexico

Santa Fe, NM

Assets: $636m

Revenue: $35m

MISSION:

NEW MEXICO STATE-CHARTERED CREDIT UNION PROVIDING FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERS AS PROVIDED BY THE NEW MEXICO CREDIT UNION ACT.

St Vincent Hospital

Santa Fe, NM

Assets: $587m

Revenue: $464m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE A HEALING MINISTRY TO IMPROVE LIVES THROUGH EXCELLENT, COMPASSIONATE HEALTH CARE TO THE CORPORATION'S COMMUNITY AND SUPPORT MEDICAL INSTRUCTION AND RESEARCH.

Credit Unions In The State Of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $563m

Revenue: $38m

MISSION:

FIRST FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION IS A COOPERATIVE, NOT-FOR-PROFIT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION ORGANIZED TO PROMOTE THRIFT AND PROVIDE CREDIT TO MEMBERS; AT ADVANTAGED RATES OVER THOSE GENERALLY AVAILABLE FROM OTHER BANKING SOURCES.

Credit Unions In The State Of New Mexico

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $440m

Revenue: $25m

MISSION:

THE MISSION OF RIO GRANDE CREDIT UNION IS TO CREATE A TRUSTED PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR MEMBERS THAT DEMONSTRATES EXCELLENT MEMBER SERVICE BY PROVIDING FINANCIAL EDUCATION SOLUTIONS, COMPETITIVE PRICING, AND CONVENIENCE.

San Juan Regional Medical Center Inc

Farmington, NM

Assets: $409m

Revenue: $317m

MISSION:

SAN JUAN REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER'S MISSION IS TO PERSONALIZE HEALTH CARE AND CREATE ENTHUSIASM AND VITALITY IN HEALING.

New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $393m

Revenue: $20m

MISSION:

PROMOTE THE PUBLIC WELFARE AND PROSPERITY OF THE PEOPLE OF NEW MEXICO BY STIMULATING THE AVAILABILITY OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION SO AS TO GIVE GREATER HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY.

Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center Foundation Inc

Alamogordo, NM

Assets: $299m

Revenue: $196m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate health care facilities that are licensed to operate twenty-four hours per day and offer diagnostic and treatment services as well as emergency and critical care services for people who have illnesses or injuries which require immediate, short-term intervention.

Armand Hammer United World College Of The American West

Montezuma, NM

Assets: $285m

Revenue: $40m

MISSION:

THE PRIMARY MISSION OF THE ARMAND HAMMER UNITED WORLD COLLEGE OF THE AMERICAN WEST (COLLEGE) IS EDUCATION AS A TWO YEAR, PRE COLLEGE PROGRAM. THE COLLEGE OFFERS AN INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA. THE COLLEGE SERVES APPROXIMATELY 200 BOARDING STUDENTS. THE COLLEGE'S MISSION IS TO MAKE EDUCATION A FORCE TO UNITE PEOPLE, NATIONS, CULTURES FOR PEACE AND A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE.

University Of New Mexico Foundation Incorporated

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $270m

Revenue: $54m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to support and fund raise for a single institution within the Education major group.

Carl And Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation

Santa Fe, NM

Assets: $241m

Revenue: $44m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization are the private foundations that use a bulk of their resources to provide charitable services or run charitable programs of their own. They make few, if any, grants to outside organizations and, like private independent foundations, they generally do not raise funds from the public.

New Mexico State University Foundation Inc

Las Cruces, NM

Assets: $227m

Revenue: $23m

MISSION:

THE MISSION OF THE NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION, INC. IS TO SECURE AND MANAGE PRIVATE GIFTS TO PROMOTE THE EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES OF NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY.

Lea County Electric Cooperative Inc

Lovington, NM

Assets: $218m

Revenue: $99m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE ELECTRIC ENERGY TO RURAL AREAS AT COST ON A COOPERATIVE BASIS.

Central Valley Electric Cooperative Inc

Artesia, NM

Assets: $212m

Revenue: $61m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE ELECTRIC ENERGY TO RURAL AREAS AT COST ON A COOPERATIVE BASIS.

Credit Unions In The State Of New Mexico

Santa Fe, NM

Assets: $183m

Revenue: $14m

MISSION:

GUADALUPE CREDIT UNION IS A NEW MEXICO STATE CHARTERED, CERTIFIED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND LOW INCOME DESIGNATED CREDIT UNION; PROVIDING FINANCIAL SERVICES TO ITS MEMBERS AS PROVIDED BY THE NEW MEXICO CREDIT UNION ACT.

Unm Sandoval Regional Medical Center Inc

Rio Rancho, NM

Assets: $175m

Revenue: $43m

MISSION:

The goal of this organization is to operate twenty-four hour medical institutions that provide diagnostic and treatment services for people whose illnesses require an overnight stay. Most hospitals also provide a variety of services on an outpatient basis. Use this code for hospitals not specified below.

Kit Carson Electric Cooperative Inc

Taos, NM

Assets: $167m

Revenue: $54m

MISSION:

TO PROVIDE QUALITY AND RELIABLE ELECTRIC SERVICE TO MEMBERS OF THE COOPERATIVE.

La Vida Llena

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $164m

Revenue: $30m

MISSION:

PROVIDE QUALITY HOUSING, CARE AND SERVICES TO THE SENIORS OF THE LIFE CARE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

Lovelace Biomedical Research Institute

Albuquerque, NM

Assets: $160m

Revenue: $76m

MISSION:

THE LOVELACE BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (LBRI) IS A PRIVATE, BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO IMPROVING PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH RESEARCH ON THE PREVENTION, TREATMENT AND CURE OF DISEASES. LBRI IS COMMITTED TO CURING DISEASES THROUGH RESEARCH AIMED AT UNDERSTANDING THEIR CAUSES AND BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS; ASSESSING AND ELIMINATING EXPOSURES TO RESPIRATORY, NEUROLOGICAL AND OTHER HEALTH HAZARDS; AND DEVELOPING IMPROVED THERAPEUTICS, VACCINES, AND DIAGNOSTICS. LBRI IS BASED IN ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.