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Our Small Business and Non-Profit relationships allow us to further the mission of bettering the community and the lives of those who live within it. We partner with those doing good within the community, partnering our strengths, supporting one another and creating something better, together, fully supported.
Our partnerships happen organically. Sometimes it is by chance, sometimes through intention, and sometimes it can not be described as anything but magic.
Our missions align
We respect the other's work
It is beneficial to the community
This is what makes a great partnership. We believe our organization is made better through each partnership and through that we are able to serve the community in a more diverse way.
What nonprofit Organizations has FIFABQ worked with?
Rio Grande Food Project
Community of Hope
Roadrunner Food Bank
Senator Heinrich's Office
Belen Senior Center
Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women
Endorphin Power Company
MoGrow: Mobile Grocery
Serenity Mesa Youth Center
Women's Health Coalition
Central NM Treatment Center
School Gardens Project
Jewish Community Center
The Barrett House
Food Not Bombs ABQ
Crossroads for Women
Unitarian Church of ABQ
ABQFW Refugee Resettlement
BernCo’s Youth Services Center
Expect a Miracle
Valencia County, Bosque Farms, Peralta, Los Lunas Senior Centers
Domestic Violence Resource Center
South Valley Farm Collective - ABQ Really Free Market - Central New Mexico Treatment Center
St. Elizabeth's Santa Fe - Los Padillas Food Distro - Atrisco High Culinary Arts
Greater ABQ Senior Centers
You too can make a difference!
Not only through volunteering but through the support of local businesses.
Below are some of the great businesses that have continued to support FIFABQ.