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The Resilience Leaders are committed to working with our collective impact partners to ensure that our community has 100% access to quality survival and thriving services.


Definition of Collective Impact: The commitment of a group of important actors from different sectors to a common agenda for solving a specific social problem.


Anna, Age Eight Institute

The Anna, Age Eight Institute was funded by the New Mexico state legislature in 2019 to reach the goal of ensuring that our children, students and families are trauma-free and empowered to succeed. To achieve this we’re using a data-driven and collaborative process focused on building the capacity of each county to strengthen local systems of health, safety and resilience.

We bring to each county’s leaders and stakeholders a process of brainstorming, learning, mobilizing and innovating, all with the support of state-of-the-art technology. Locally, the Institute’s 100% New Mexico initiative helps guide collaborative efforts using the critical steps of assessing, planning, action and evaluation to ensure accessibility to the ten vital services shown to empower all families and communities. 


Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico

At the Community Foundation, we are committed to improving quality of life in southern New Mexico. This commitment is at the heart of all we do. Our organization is supported by a broad base of individuals, families, corporations, and institutions connected by the desire to improve the community. We are the trusted source for southern New Mexico, managing hundreds of endowments, including 42 nonprofit agency endowments.

With over 280 endowments housed at the CFSNM supporting scholarships and grant programs, the foundation serves seven counties including: Doña Ana, Hidalgo, Otero, Sierra, Grant, Lincoln and Luna. This allows us to serve as a center for charitable giving so we can support the arts, feed the hungry, expand literacy, improve health, and support countless other meaningful causes in southern New Mexico.


Success Partnership

The SUCCESS Partnership is an education initiative founded in 2013. It is a diverse group of over 100 cross-sector organizations comprised of parents, education professionals, nonprofit organizations, businesses, regional partners and prestigious community leaders who are committed to providing education in Doña Ana County. The collaboration serves to achieve improved outcomes in education from prenatal to career readiness.

The partnership is supported by the nonprofit organization, Ngage New Mexico.


The Bridge of Southern New Mexico

The Bridge of Southern New Mexico leads the conversations that are driving educational and economic success for young people by understanding that student success can happen at many levels — high school graduation, career-certification, and college degrees.

This innovative, business-led, education-focused collaborative unites the top educational leaders in Doña Ana County (the Las Cruces, Gadsden, and Hatch school districts, Doña Ana Community College, and New Mexico State University) with business, economic development and government leaders to literally bridge the skills and knowledge gaps between education and career readiness for students.


Doña Ana Behavioral Health Collaborative - LC3

The LC3 Behavioral Health Collaborative (LC3) is a collective impact strategy initiative that seeks to build the Ideal behavioral health system to close the gaps in services for individuals, families and youth in our communities in the next four years. The backbone agency of LC3 is Families and Youth Incorporated, whose mission is “to promote a safer and healthier community by focusing on family and children.” FYI has been established as a nonprofit serving Doña Ana County and the surrounding communities for 40 years.

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