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Red Shirt w/Blue Zia
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Red Shirt w/White Zia
"Proudly She Served"


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Patch $5.00
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Women Veterans of New Mexic0


Women Veterans of New Mexico is a Federal 501(c)3 Non-profit organization

Women Veterans of New Mexico is run by volunteers.   

Welcome to Women Veterans of New Mexico!

P O Box 36648
Albuquerque, NM 87176

 Contact Phone: (505) 358-0839



Our Annual Meeting and the election of our 2018 Board of Directors will be held on Saturday, October 21, 3 - 6 PM New Mexico Veterans Memorial 1100 Louisiana SE, Albuquerque, NM. This is a change from last year to comply with our Bylaws. Save The Date! (Posted 9/20/17)

Summer Greetings Everyone! (July 28, 2017)
WOW! A lot has been happening with Women Veterans of New Mexico. Let’s get right to it with a rundown.
What we’ve been doing:
• “Serving She Who Served” is our new Motto. This more accurately reflects our Mission.
• Membership is growing slow and steady thanks to Members hosting our Information (Meet & Greet) Table at events across the state, as well as, folks who are finding us on line. Meeting attendance has doubled.
• WVNM has participated in 10 events in New Mexico since January.
• Facebook and web traffic has more than doubled since January! Thanks to our WebMaster Debi Smith and Facebook Manager Rashada Parks. Check out the new webpage and “Like” us on Facebook.
• Members of the Board have attended many statewide meetings with VA and NM DVS representatives bringing women veterans issues to the forefront.
• We have partnered with NM DVS holding 2 Women Veterans Expos (Espanola & Las Vegas)
• We were awarded a $5,000 grant from Rotary Del Norte for our Supportive Services for Women Veterans.
• We have held 3 Membership meetings and one Membership get together since January.
• Our Supportive Services for Women Veterans Committee has helped many women veterans in need with food, rent, yard work, car repairs, move-in supplies, as well as, referrals for other benefits and services.
How you can help:
1. Like us on Facebook (WOMEN Veterans of NM) and link us to your website.
2. Join us at the WVNM Info Table at an event to meet and greet other women veterans.
3. Go to when purchasing on Amazon, pick Women Veterans of New Mexico as your charity and Amazon will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to us.
4. Donate through your employer, ask them to ‘match’ your donation.
5. Buy a drink, a Gin Elder Flower Lemon Drop, at Sandbar Brewery & Grill, 6111 San Mateo NE (ABQ) between Aug 11th – Nov. 11th. Tell them you are supporting Women Veterans of New Mexico and they will donate to us 30% of sales of this drink during Volleyball Season.
6. Tell other women veterans about us. If you haven’t already, renew your membership online (NO DUES).
7. Run for the Board…have fun with some terrific women and make a difference!
8. Join a committee. Current committees are: Election, Events (next up is the Summer Picnic), Media, Fundraising, Bylaws Revision, and Supportive Services for Women Veterans.
9. Purchase our shirts, patches, or pins and we keep a percentage to support our Mission.
10. Help start a WVNM group in your area. Contact me at to get started.
11. Click the “Donate” button on our website and give whatever you can.
What’s coming up: (see the Website Calendar for updated event details)
• WVNM Espanola is holding a get together August 5th in Espanola – all are welcome.
• WVNM Meet & Greet Table at the Summer Bash at Kirtland AFB, August 11th
• WVNM Annual Summer Picnic in September with details to follow - see the calendar.
• WVNM Las Vegas is planning its first get together for September with details to follow – see calendar.
• WVNM Meet & Greet Table at the NM State Fair in ABQ, Sept. 12th (Veterans Day at the Fair)
• WVNM Meet & Greet Table at the Women Veterans Expo in Clovis on September 29th.
• WVNM Annual Membership Meeting & Board Election is October 21st. (note date change-details to follow)
As to our current status…the list speaks for itself.
Thanks everyone…I hope to see you at an event soon.
Sara Galpin - President

Equine Therapy Connections and Southwest Horsepower Offering Free Activities

EAP is a powerful, non-traditional experiential therapy which guides the clients to learn about themselves and others through the use of horses. Clients participate in hands-on therapeutic activities designed and facilitated by a Licensed Mental Health Clinician and an Equine Specialist to address their treatment goals. The therapies are tailored to fit each client’s needs and focus on the relationship between the client and the horse(s). This interaction often tends to mirror personal life issues, behaviors and attitudes. This effective and unique therapeutic method serves to bypass the intellect and facilitates a healing internal emotional connection. All work is provided by an EAGALA Certified team.
FREE monthly workshops with horses offered from 9am-2:30pm
Lunch, snacks and drinks provided. Enjoy activities in nature with horses. For more info, see the flyer or
North Valley: call Debi 505-414-8467                       South Valley: call Win 505-228-1468

Women's Mentoring Network

The New Mexico Group of Women's Mentorship Network (WMN) is an all-volunteer, decentralized, values-based organization dedicated to the mentorship of Military Women. The network is member-run and provides dynamic mentorship through periodic, structured mentorship circles, meetings, and events. 
To join and find events, sign up for and search for WMN or
find them on Facebook:

Horses For Heroes - New Mexico, Inc.

Our program is tailored to each individual participant and is designed to help men and women veterans and active military to develop new skills, re- sharpen others, and reshape attitudes needed to transition into civilian life. Our programs assist veterans to refit, regroup and recalibrate the soul of warriors through the way of the horse. The program’s focus is on resiliency and Post Traumatic Healing. These two elements work in natural alignment as we help to educate, rehabilitate, and most importantly empower veterans by supporting them in their journey for healing.
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