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Big Brothers Big Sisters provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Each time Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs a child with a role model we start something incredible: a one-to-one relationship built on trust and friendship that can blossom into a future of unlimited potential. We help children realize their potential and build their futures.We nurture children and strengthen communities. And we couldn’t do any of it without your support. Call 505-426-8510, email mromigh@bbbsnorthernnm.org for more information on how you can start something BIG for kids in San Miguel and Mora counties.​
PO Box 1465
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.426.8510
Organizations
We have Organizations & individuals who support our mission.  Thank you!!
The Las Vegas Citizens' Committee for Historic Preservation has for over 30 years been the leader in promoting and preserving the cultural heritage of Las Vegas, including protection of the over 900 buildings registered on both state and national historic registries. The organization holds over 1200 historic photographs which are available to scholars, researchers and the general public.
It houses the Santa Fe Trail Interpretive Center, with exhibitions and programs about the history of the Santa Fe Trail, Fort Union and the important role Las Vegas played in New Mexico history. An Annual Places With a Past: Historic Home & Building Tour is offered on the first Saturday in August as well as a Heritage Week offering of many other groups celebrating historic Las Vegas.
The CCHP offices and the Santa Fe Trail Interpretive Center are open Monday through Saturday 10am to 3pm. 
Our Mission Statement is as follows: To preserve, protect and promote the historic, cultural and architectural heritage of greater Las Vegas through education and advocacy, and to encourage economic development through restoration and rehabilitation.

116 Bridge St.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.425.8803
In 2005 Las Vegas was designated a MainStreet Community under the umbrella of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Main- Street Las Vegas Corridor stretches from the 1898 Railroad Depot in the east, through New Town along Douglas Avenue, and west to Plaza Park. It was defined by the historic route taken by horse drawn trolleys which ran from 1881 until 1901 when electric trolleys were introduced. The Corridor encompasses three historic commercial districts, each one listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two historic hotels, twelve restaurants, and 110 independent businesses welcome the visitor to a unique and authentic shopping and dining experience.
1803 Plaza St.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.617.6800
We gladly welcome you 
to our Christian Fellowship.
Call for service schedules.
The Friends is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to the support of the City of Las Vegas Museum and Rough Riders Memorial Collection.

We foresee a City of Las Vegas Museum with increased financial resources and support, expanded public partnerships, and broader community and regional participation. Our support will assist the City of Las Vegas Museum in becoming a premier regional institution that increases our understanding of the “link between the past, present, and future.”

We support the Museum’s obligation to the collection entrusted to it as patrimony by members of the community. We deliberate and generate ideas for securing both human and financial resources for the care of the collection, for scholarly research, and for education exhibits and public programs.


PO Box 3311
Las Vegas, NM 87701
Welcome to the Las Vegas Arts Council! (Las Vegas, New Mexico–that is, not the glittery sister city in Nevada) LVAC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, has been sponsoring visual, performing, and participatory arts in the community since 1977, and has long worked with partner organizations to make the most of our combined resources.

Major events include art exhibitions, Las Vegas Celebrates the Arts Studio Tour, People’s Fair arts and crafts fair, Nat Gold Theatre events, dance programs through the Las Vegas Children’s Dance Theatre, the annual Missoula Children’s Theatre, and community economic development projects.


140 Bridge St.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.425.1085
There are many wonderful organizations in our area to look into.  We also have national affiliates that may interest you!
1000 Douglas Ave.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.425.7763
Samaritan House, Inc.
Through weekly home visits we provide families of first born children with education, support and service coordination.  Children are eligible from age 0 to 2 months and may remain in the program until the child turns 3 years old.  There are no charges for this service and are open to adoptive and foster parents also.
Samaritan House has a mission to help those in need to assist with clothing, household items, vouchers to the thrift store and overnight stays with meals for homeless and stranded travelers.  We provide monthly food distribution and have HUD sponsored community transitional housing for 6-8 families for up to 6 months.  

Board meetings are every 2nd Monday at 5:30 pm in our office and they are open to the public.
PO Box 623
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.454.3951
220 Bernalillo St.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.454.1390
Kiwanis Club of Las Vegas
Ready to help children and families in your community? Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you!
Come by our noon time Kiwanis meetings!
1320 6th St.
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.454.0819
The mission of the Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance is to foster watershed stewardship to ensure the long-term vitality of the human and natural communities of the Hermit’s Peak region, specifically the Gallinas, Sapello and Tecolote watersheds.

The Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance works to restore and maintain the health of our local watersheds because our water supply and many other resources we need are dependent on them. To care for our watersheds we engage our entire community including private and public landowners and managers, students, government entities and the general public. We do this through education, on-the-ground restoration projects, improved land management, and by guiding watershed planning and policy.  
HC 68 Box 11
Sapello, NM 87745
505.425.5514
Guided by the humane ethics and in recognition of the bond between humans and animals, the Animal Welfare Coalition of Northeastern New Mexico exists to promote humane principles, compassionate care and prevention of cruelty to 
animals.

 Send us an e-mail today or find  us on facebook!
PO Box 524
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.652.4366
Sangre De Cristo Sunrise Kiwanis
Ready to help children and families in your community? Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you!
Come by our sunrise Kiwanis meetings!
PO Box 446
Las Vegas, NM 87701

Founded in 1997 by Greg & Lorraine Esquibel, Ride To Pride began with a strong passion and dedication to using horses to help troubled kids.
Serving over 300 kids and their families at any given time, the Ride To Pride staff possess a strong commitment to their work and to the mission of the organization, thanks to a little help from our friends.erving over 300 kids and their families at any given time, the Ride To Pride staff possess a strong commitment to their work and to the mission of the organization, thanks to a little help from our friends.
PO Box 806
Las Vegas, NM 87701
505.425.9738
Bernal Community Center
The BCC offers free Youth Recreation, a Food Pantry, sewing and quilting, a computer lab, a lending library and our gently used clothing Boutique.

The mission of the BCC is to improve the quality of life of the families living in El Valle by identifying, developing and implementing programs and services that enhance the vitality of the residents and the community.

The goals of the Bernal community Center are to:
Provide and maintain a centrally located facility where our residents can gather together; provide recreational, educational and athletic programs; provide computer time for all ages; provide activities for our seniors; host family functions; host holiday functions; provide health and nutrition services including health monitoring and the Food Pantry; provide outreach programs and services.
El Cerrito Road
Bernal, New Mexico 87569
575.421.0423