Thank you for your interest in supporting the YMCA Of Central New Mexico’s cause. We rely on the generous support of our donors every year to ensure the highest level of quality and accessibility in our programs and facilities. When you give to the Y, you are funding life-changing programs that help thousands of children, adults, and families in the Albuquerque and Santa Fe areas to learn, grow, and thrive. Our commitment is that every person can benefit from YMCA programs or services regardless of their economic circumstance. The Y is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and registered with the IRS Tax ID #85-0105592.
Any time, year-round, you can support the YMCA of Central New Mexico.
Your Giving Options
Make your gift online
Make your gift by phone by calling at 505-265-6971 ext 115.
The Y’s Annual Support Campaign is an annual fundraising campaign that supports the Y’s mission and helps ensure all youth, adults, and families can participate in Y membership and programs, regardless of their ability to pay.
As the YMCA of Central New Mexico celebrates 100 years of serving the Albuquerque Community, we invite you to join an exclusive group supporting the YMCA! Donate $100 or more and your name will be included on permanent display as an honored member of the YMCA of Central NM Century Club.
Rio Rancho Family YMCA Capital Campaign
We see a critical need to bring a Y to the Rio Rancho community, so we’ve launched the Rio Rancho Family YMCA Capital Campaign!
Our goal is to to raise $850,000 for the cost of equipment and operations for this new facility.
Heritage Club is for anyone giving to the endowment fund of the YMCA of Central New Mexico, and there are several ways to give:
- Outright gift earmarked for the endowment
- Insurance policy that names the YMCA of Central New Mexico as the beneficiary
- Leave a legacy to the YMCA of Central New Mexico in a will
- Upon proof of the before mentioned endowments, individuals or couples then will become members of the Heritage Club. Meetings are once a year or as needed. Ron Short is Chairman of the Heritage Club.