Can You Believe It’s Been 30 Years?

July 28, 2019

Summer Greetings! July is the start of another Year at ReadWest. This year is unique as we celebrate 30 years of providing literacy to adults in New Mexico. Our calendar is filled with commemorative events. This month we rolled out our 30th Anniversary Letterhead and signatures that we will use throughout the year.  We will formally…

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Corporate Employee Matching Gift Programs

April 22, 2019

For nonprofit organizations, every dollar counts. Corporate employee matching gifts offer the opportunity to turn one dollar donated by a match-eligible employee into two, three, four, or even five dollars! In this article, we’re going to explore exactly what to expect when working with matching gifts and how to make the most of this incredible…

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Board President Todd Clark kicks off the annual ReadWest Holiday Party. Photo courtesy of Philip Banks Photography LLC

Spotlight – Todd Clark, Board President

February 26, 2019

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I was born in Texas and grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Memphis, Tennessee. I served three years in the US Army as a Medic. While stationed in the Panama Canal Zone, I developed a real affinity for exploring new places, cuisines, and cultures. After my discharge, I…

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ReadWest Receives check from NM Gas Company

ReadWest Receives Grant from NM Gas Company

January 30, 2019
January 29, 2019 - ReadWest, Inc. received a $10,000 grant from the New Mexico Gas Company - an Emera Company - to support its adult literacy services. Pictured below are NM Gas Company VP Operations and ReadWest Board of Directors VP Ray Sanchez, ReadWest Executive Director Muncie Hansen, ReadWest Board of Directors President Todd Clark,… Read More

Celebrating Our New Home

January 24, 2019
On January 23rd, approximately sixty people gathered to celebrate ReadWest's new home at 103 Rio Rancho Blvd NE, Suite A-5, Rio Rancho, NM 87124. Rio Rancho's Mayor Hull provided a speech, noting that ReadWest had been a part of the city nearly as long as it had been incorporated. After his speech ReadWest Board President Todd Clark… Read More