Giving to Solace
Did you know Americans give $300 billion a year to non-profits? And that 95% of all donations come from individuals and not from corporations?
We at Solace are focused on being transparent about our activities and financials because we want donors like you to understand how we operate and how our services impact our community.
Solace understands that we are able to continue serving those who have experienced sexual violence and other traumas because of donors like you. We would like to get to know you better. We would also like to know what information you would like to see or what we can provide to you. We want you to know how your donation provides to Solace and to our community. So, please, as you make your donation contact us via email, Facebook or telephone. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you!
At Solace, we also accept some specific items for donation.
If you are interested in donating, we welcome you to call us at 505-988-1951.
(Leave us a message regarding the types of items you would like donate,
and we will get back to you promptly.)
Thank you to our generous supporters!
We are so grateful to the Mama's Minerals for the continued support that they have given to Solace.
Mama’s Minerals has been a supporter of the Women’s Jewelry Collective by donating all jewelry supplies. We thank them for their continued support. And for more information regarding the Women’s Jewelry Collective, please contact Amparo Guerrero at 505.988.1951 x136.
We are so grateful to Cisneros Design for the continued support that they have given to Solace.
Cisneros Design has generously donated much of their time to our branding and marketing efforts, and to the development of website and social media.
Become a 2018 Buckaroo Ball Sponsor!
Connect with a powerful brand and support our work of helping children at risk in Santa Fe County. The 2018 Ball will be held at La Mesita Ranch on August 4th. Join us!
Who's up for golf?
Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine is hosting the 2nd Annual Golf Tournament benefiting Solace Treatment Center, Friday June 22, 2018 at Santa Fe Golf Club