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UWCNM supports several leadership giving groups. Members of these Affinity Groups are passionate about creating positive change in central New Mexico through their time, talent, and donations.

We are always seeking new members, so please check out one or more groups!

Young Leaders Society

Young Leaders Society inspires, educates, and encourages young leaders in central New Mexico to effect lasting change in their community. Membership is extended to individuals 45 years and younger who make an annual combined household gift of $500 or more.  Learn More »

Women in Philanthropy

Women in Philanthropy is devoted to giving women a greater voice in our community as leaders, and philanthropists. Membership is extended to women who make an annual combined household gift of $1,000 or moreLearn More »

Hispano Philanthropic Society

This collaboration between the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Central New Mexico is aimed at recognizing Hispanic leadership in philanthropy and encouraging all Hispanics to become engaged in building stronger, healthier neighborhoods and communities. Membership is open to those giving an annual combined household gift of $1,000 or more. Learn More »

Guys Give

Guys Give is a group of men who are philanthropic leaders in our community. Membership is open to those giving an annual combined household gift of $1,000 or more, with a portion of the gift given to the Guys Give Initiative Fund. Learn More »

Loyal Contributors

Loyal Contributors are donors who began giving to any United Way branch at least 10 years ago and continue to give locally to UWCNM. There is no minimum contribution amount to be considered a UWCNM Loyal Donor. Learn More »

Tocqueville Society

Now in its 20th year, the Society has more than 500 members and has won national awards for its growth and generosity. Membership is open to those giving a combined annual gift of $10,000 or more, with a minimum of $1,000 invested in the work of United Way of Central New Mexico. Learn More »