Any donations received by JOURNEY Santa Fe are given back directly to people and organizations in New Mexico of the speakers’ choice. JOURNEY Santa Fe audiences have made monetary contributions to the following organizations:

ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) –

Adelante Program for Homeless Youth Santa Fe Public Schools

Alliance for The Earth for Neema Namadamu, Breaking The Silence Women Driving Change in the World’s Most Challenging Places

Chainbreaker Collective –

Common Dreams –

Community Cupboard providing food for students at Santa Fe Community College

Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety-

Creativity For Peace


Doctors without Borders –

The Food Depot of New Mexico –

The Food Depot on Behalf of William DuBuys
1222 Siler Road, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507 • (505) 471-1633 •

Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library –

The Hospice Center –,THE-SANTA-FE.html
(505-988-2211) 1400 Chama Ave.
Santa Fe, NM

Interfaith Worker Justice – New Mexico -on behalf of Rev. Holly Beaumont
PO Box 23468
Santa Fe, NM 87502
505-660-5018; Rev. Holly Beaumont

Kewa (Santa Domingo Pueblo) Emergency Relief Fund (Wells
Fargo Bank, 989-3908)

KSFR Radio Station

KSFR Radio Station on behalf of David Bacon
KSFR 101.1FM
P. O. Box 31366
Santa Fe, NM 87594-1366

The Light Of New Mexico on behalf of Steve Klinger
PO Box 4217, Santa Fe, NM 87502 | General and advertising:505-471-5177 | |

Literacy Volunteers

MECA (Middle East Children’s Alliance) –

Melismata Music Group C/O Paige Grant

Meow Wolf

New Energy Economy

New Mexicans To Prevent Gun Violence

New Mexico Environmental Law Center

New Mexico Political Report

NM Progressive Voter Alliance

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance

Nuclear Watch New Mexico on behalf of Jay Cogland, The Executive Director of Nucelar Watch –

NukeFreeNow on behalf of Michelle

Partners in Health –

Prison Project of Santa Fe –

Prosperity Works with Ona Porter

Quivira Coalition
1413 2nd St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | 505-820-2544 |
The mission of the Quivira Coalition is to build resilience by fostering ecological, economic and social health on western landscapes through education, collaboration, and progressive public and private land stewardship.

Quivira Coalition on behalf of Courtney White, Executive Director

River Network on behalf of Paul Paryski
River Network
520 SW Sixth Ave, Suite 1130
Portland, Oregon 97204
| (503) 241-3506

Rosenberg Fund for Children (RFC)

Santa Fe Art Institute –

The Santa Fe Complex on behalf of Executive Director Roy Wroth
624 Agua Fria Street
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
Phone: 505-216-7562

Santa Fe Community College Foundation

Santa Fe Girls School – (505-820-3188)

Santa Fe Girl’s School on behalf of Craig Barnes
310 W. Zia Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505 | (505) 820-3188

Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity –

Santa Fe Waldorf School –

Santa Fe Watershed Association

Santa Fe Watershed Association on behalf of David Bacon and Weaving Our Rio Grande Communities Together Water

Santa Fe Watershed Association on behalf of Felicity Broennan Executive Director and Francois-Marie Patorni President of the Board
1413 Second Street, Suite 3
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
Phone: (505) 820-1696

Santa Fe World Affairs Forum on Immigration Crisis and Global Warming Annual Symposiums

Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association –

Sherry Tippett – leading cause to oppose “Citizen’s United”
decision by Supreme Court

Tewa Women United –

Trout Unlimited

UNICOPIA on behalf of speaker Faren

Veterans For Peace

Wearepoeplehere organization for Reviving Democracy Conference – on behalf of Craig Barnes –

Warehouse 21

Wild Earth Guardians –

Youth Shelters of Santa Fe