SHARE New Mexico is New Mexico's largest, most up-to-date and comprehensive community information website. SHARE is for individuals and organizations who are working to improve quality of life for New Mexicans. Built by and for New Mexicans to share information and resources and support collaboration for change, SHARE is your trusted resource for information.
Launched in 2013, SHARE New Mexico was envisioned by a team of leaders from New Mexico's public, private and nonprofit sectors as a 'first stop' location for finding vital community information. Built by and for New Mexicans, SHARE listens, learns and works closely with community partners, funders and policy-makers across the state to identify new content and functionality.
Based on community feedback, SHARE redesigned its website in 2017, using the latest in web design and functionality so users can access the site from anywhere in the state and from any device (use one of our smart apps for your mobile device). By keeping our 'ear to the ground,' SHARE continues to provide essential, timely and trustworthy information for change.
Basic access to the website is open and free to the public. Registration is required to post and save information on programs and events and to apply for a common grant. Additional content and functionality are available for a fee to partners who wish to buy a Subscription to the Resource Directory or Grantmaking page or Sponsors who wish to support an Initiative or County page.
Wendy sees her current role with SHARE as the culmination of a career helping communities come together to support healthy families, vital communities and supportive institutions. Wendy has an MA degree in Family and Community Relations from Columbia University Teachers College, an MSW and Ph.D. in Sociology and Social Work from the University of Michigan. She has decades of experience in community outreach and development. She spends the majority of her time 'in the field,' engaging with and learning from SHARE's current and potential community partners.
New Mexico's nonprofit and governmental organizations are ever faced with doing more with less. We need to work smarter and together to best use our resources to address our challenges. By sharing the work and the benefits of maintaining a common source for information that is comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date, easy to access and use, we can reduce duplication of effort, address gaps, and direct more of our resources to direct services, advocacy and action for change.