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    Dara Ambriz
    (505) 761-1093

    Kristin Sabolcik
    (505) 241-2864

    E-mail: cvccnm@gmail.com
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Corporate Volunteer Council of Central New Mexico

The Corporate Volunteer Council is an association of local organizations who promote employee volunteering.

The Corporate Volunteer Council (CVC) was established in 1995. Its mission is to support employee volunteer programs by providing personal development opportunities to EVP managers, mentoring to businesses looking to establish employee volunteer programs, project collaboration, and greater visibility for companies who strive to achieve excellence in employee volunteerism.

CVC members meet monthly with a focus on topics that will help us be successful in volunteer program management. It is also a great way to network, share best practices and build recognition in the community as a good corporate citizen.


National Volunteer Week (April 18-24, 2010)

When: Sun Apr 18 – Sat Apr 24, 2010

Group: Corporate Volunteer Council of Central New Mexico


Believe it or not, 2010 will mark the thirty-sixth National Volunteer Week. Established by President Nixon in 1974 and held this year the week of April 18-24, National Volunteer Week (NVW) has become an annual celebration of people who generously donate their time, energy, and passion to helping local communities.

CVC-CNM Celebrates 15th Anniversary

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Central New Mexico hosted a reception during National Volunteer Recognition Week to celebrate its fifth anniversary of supporting workplace volunteerism. Both Mayor Berry, Albuquerque, and Mayor Swisstack proclaimed Thursday, April 22, 2010 to be Corporate Volunteer Council Day. Mayor Berry attended the reception and proclaimed that:

Whereas, the Corporate Volunteer Council of Central New Mexico was established in 1995 by a group of community-minded businesses to assist them with their employee volunteer programs; and…

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