WWW values the volunteer efforts of our lawyers and staff.
We provide legal services in a variety of areas, depending on the needs of the nonprofit and the lawyer’s interests. Some of the groups that WWW lawyers have provided legal and other volunteer services to, including, in some instances, serving on Boards of Directors, include:
- CNMI, whose mission is to help Central New Mexico Community College pursue cooperative ventures in technology and entrepreneurship.
- DreamSpring (formerly Accion New Mexico • Arizona • Colorado • Nevada • Texas), whose mission is to give committed and passionate entrepreneurs the tools to build small businesses so they can support their families, build assets and create jobs.
- Keshet Dance Company, whose mission is to inspire passion and open unlimited possibilities through the experience of dance by uniting professional dancers with the community.
- Lavender in the Village, Inc., whose mission is to preserve and enhance Los Ranchos public open space, stimulate an interest in sustainable agriculture, and foster community spirit.
- Music Guild of New Mexico, whose mission is to support, promote, and encourage nonprofit musical organizations that will educate, enhance, engage, and enrich the quality of our New Mexico community.
- The Navajo Nation Bar Association, Inc., whose mission is to regulate the practice of law within the Navajo Nation, and to promote and encourage the highest quality and professionalism in the Navajo Nation and its judicial system.
- The New Mexico BioPark Society, whose mission is to provide financial assistance to the Albuquerque BioPark for construction projects, exhibit development, purchase of equipment, animal support and enrichment, education programs, conservation efforts, and other BioPark needs.
- OASIS Institute, whose mission is to promote successful aging through a three-fold approach: lifelong learning, healthy living and social engagement.
- Sandia Preparatory School, whose mission is to provide the joy of learning and living by offering remarkable opportunities for intellectual and personal growth within a challenging and balanced curriculum.
- United Way of Central New Mexico, whose mission is to help those most vulnerable and strengthen our community by increasing philanthropy and developing shared solutions.
- YWCA Middle Rio Grande, whose mission is to eliminate racism and empower women by providing safe places for women and girls, building strong women leaders, and advocating for women’s rights and civil rights in Congress.