Equipping nonprofits to advance social change

2016 New Mexico Nonprofit Survey Launch

We are excited to let you know that the 2016 New Mexico Nonprofit Survey is online, and your input is more critical than ever. This survey will provide valuable information on the key issues that nonprofits are working on, the opportunities and challenges we face, and how we can continue to work together to ensure the well-being of all New Mexicans. This short confidential survey asks questions about your nonprofit organization’s work, the communities you serve, and how your organization works with other groups and coalitions. The survey should take 15 to 25 minutes to fill out.

To thank you for your time, organizations that complete the survey will be entered in a raffle for the chance to win  the following prizes:

  • Three organizations will win $100 Amazon.com gift certificates
  • Four organizations will be able to send one person to a training ($25 value), generously provided by the Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE), a program of United Way of Central New Mexico
  • One organization will win a year of unlimited access to trainings at CNPE for one person from the organization

Please click the link below and take this survey before January 16: bit.ly/NPSurveyNM2016

Last year’s survey led to the report, "Working Towards the Common Good," which shared key insights about budgetary and funding challenges, how nonprofits engage in coalitions and how social network analysis can provide an in-depth look at the connections and relationships between nonprofits. A report on this year’s survey will be released in the Spring of 2017.

To help us reach as many other nonprofits as possible, please share this survey link with your partner organizations. If you have any questions about this survey, feel free to email info@buildingmovement.org.

Please share the link to this survey with colleagues at other New Mexico nonprofits. Thanks in advance for your help with this important effort.

This survey effort is being led by the Building Movement Project (BMP), in partnership with the Kellogg Foundation, and many New Mexico nonprofits, such as: Albuquerque Health Care for the Homeless, Inc., Encuentro, Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Partnership for Community Action, Prosperity Works, South Valley Academy, SouthWest Organizing Project, Strong Families New Mexico, and UNM Office for Community Health.

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