Description of the event – 250-400 words
The Del Norte LOV Foundation will host, Spread the LOV Event, an inaugural annual event to raise awareness and funds to benefit the Del Norte LOV Foundation, in support of youth and families in New Mexico. Spread the LOV Event will consist of an online auction starting on Wednesday, April 27, 2022, and will culminate in-person the afternoon of Sunday, May 1, 2022, at Rancho del las Golondrinas. This fun-filled afternoon will have sweet treats catered by Santa Fe YouthWorks, a silent auction, and a musical performance by the Youth Mariachi Ensemble of the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association, and in partnership with the Santa Fe New Mexican.
Tickets are on sale now for the in-person afternoon portion on May 1. Click here to purchase your tickets securely through our payment site.
Click here to view and bid on the Spread the LOV Event auction site. Online bidding will start on Wednesday, April 27 and end on 12 noon, Sunday, May 1, 2022. The in-person silent auction will then continue for event attendees from 1 – 3 pm on Sunday, May 1.
All proceeds raised during the Spread the LOV event will benefit the Del Norte LOV Foundation’s mission and community support programs, including: scholarships, community grants, sponsorships, financial literacy, and community engagement.
In addition to an online auction, we’ll also have a video linked on Santa Fe New Mexican’s site to include some of our presentations at the in-person event.
The hybrid auction will include artwork, a variety of gift baskets, adventure passes, family passes to local activities, and many other great items. We’ll have a mystery grab bag opportunity at the event! We have gift cards from local restaurants mixed up in the grab bag. For a donation, reach in and see what you find! We are also offering raffle tickets to win the ultimate goodie basket inspired by everything Santa Fe and New Mexico. Proceeds of the raffle will benefit the Del Norte LOV Foundation and the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association.
Together, let’s improve lives of youth and families in New Mexico! We hope to see you there!
Summary of the Del Norte LOV Foundation 150 - 200
The Del Norte LOV Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) public charity nonprofit organization and an independent foundation associated with Del Norte Credit Union. Our mission is to improve lives of youth and families in New Mexico through community support programs, including: scholarships, community grants, sponsorships, financial literacy and community engagement.
The LOV in our name stands for Living Our Vision, in that the employee-driven Del Norte LOV Foundation is committed to advocating for the communities DNCU serves and to promote financial literacy, volunteerism, education, and improving lives for the youth and their families.
DNCU Employees give back through Teen Day Tuesdays, a program where staff generously donate charitable contributions through their payroll deductions. These donations and those from our communities helped provide more than $106,000 in community support, such as $52,000 in sponsorships, $10,000 in scholarships, $10,000 in financial literacy programs, $25,000 in community grant funding, and so much more for our local nonprofit partners in 2021.
We understand that investing our efforts will positively impact the future for us all. We especially want to support the well-being of youth and their families through life-stages, such as early childhood development, educational, vocational, and scholarship opportunities.
More information is available at delnortelovfoundation.org.
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