Get Involved

Get Involved

Help Us Educate, Inspire, and Empower

The New Mexico Historic Women Marker Program is made possible through generous and ongoing support from the International Women’s Forum of New Mexico, the state of New Mexico, select New Mexico businesses, and individuals.
Eve Ball, far right, speaking to three of the Mescalero/Lipan tribal elders: (l-r) Percy Bigmouth; Old Scout Bigmouth and Crookneck, c. 1950. Old Scout served in the Geronimo campaigns and was about 100 at this time. Photo courtesy of Lynda A. Sanchez.
You can help bring the power of women’s history to communities today and inspire positive change. Your contribution will help sustain and grow core elements of our program:
  • Celebrating the often unrecognized contributions of women in our multicultural history
  • Inspiring the next generation to leave a positive legacy through K-12 curriculum, library exhibits, presentations, and other tools for teaching about women in New Mexico history
  • Spreading the word about women in New Mexico history through our website, social media, printed materials, digital and print press coverage, speaking engagements, and special events, including marker dedication ceremonies
  • Expanding our historic photo library and developing video documentaries for public distribution
  • Conducting and sharing research on the history of women in New Mexico

Sponsorship levels

Your contribution of any amount is appreciated. Contributions of $250 or more are eligible for tax-deductible status; please contact us for more information on how to make a tax-deductible contribution.

New Mexico Historic Women Marker Program Partners

Our work would not be possible without the generous financial support and active involvement of our Partners and Volunteers.

Our heartfelt thanks to:

New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs: Historic Preservation Division, Cultural Properties Review Committee, El Palacio, New Mexico Tourism Department, New Mexico Magazine, New Mexico True Adventure Guide; Artisan Minds Brand and Communication Design; La Fonda on the Plaza Historic Santa Fe Hotel; 2540 Group; Anne Staveley Photography; Marty & Rodney Wilson, bookmark sponsors; Julia and Randy Sulsar, photography and videography; Brenda Robillard, editing and research.
We look for unique opportunities to work with other nonprofits, corporations, and small businesses to bring visibility to women in New Mexico while supporting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives for organizations throughout New Mexico. Please contact us for more information about partnering with the New Mexico Historic Women Marker Program.

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