Albuquerque Community Foundation Grants

acf2011cmykvertstckedolMandy’s Farm received a grant in the amount of $250 from the Sandia Foundation and Estate of Hugh and Helen Woodward Endowment Fund.  This grant will be used to mitigate the cost of resurfacing the adaptive horsemanship arena at Mandy’s Farm.  This project will ensure safety for riders and horses alike.

Mandy’s Farm also received a grant in the amount of $1000 from the Garcia Automotive Group Endowment Fund held within the Albuquerque Community Foundation.  This grant will also be used to assist in resurfacing the adaptive horsemanship arena at Mandy’s Farm.

We are so grateful for all of the community members who support Mandy’s Farm through participation in the Albuquerque Community Foundation.


Albuquerque Involved Awards Mandy’s Farm Grant

untitledMandy’s Farm is grateful to have received a grant from the local organization Albuquerque Involved, in the amount of $2200.  These funds will allow Mandy’s Farm to purchase much-needed sensory equipment for individuals with sensory-processing disorders and other sensory needs.  This is the second grant awarded to Mandy’s Farm by Albuquerque Involved.  Their initial funds allowed for the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible ramp for use in the horseback riding arena.  Thank you Albuquerque Involved!  For more information about their organization, or to become a donor to a variety of local nonprofits through participation in Albuquerque Involved, please click here.


#MakeEmBoom

walter-white-559This year, Mandy’s Farm participated in #MakeEmBoom, a city-wide event that benefitted non-profit organizations.  Thanks to your diligent voting, Mandy’s Farm was able to win #MakeEmBoom.  Mandy’s Farm is so grateful for all of those who voted for any of the worthy charitable organizations that participated.  Thank you Boomtime, for helping Mandy’s Farm boom.

What is #MakeEmBoom and How Does it Work?

Each non-profit organization has a corresponding bomb sculpture, custom-painted by a local artist.  They have been placed strategically around town, with community members voting for their favorite.  The Mandy’s Farm bomb, located outside of Pei Wei on Louisiana, was voted as the Albuquerque community’s favorite.  As the winner, Mandy’s Farm will receive one year’s worth of free marketing from Boomtime and a fundraiser to be held at Scalo’s, among other prizes.