Trunk or Treat 2021
The Santa Fe Civitan Club brought many smiles to Prism Autistic Services at a recent Trunk or Treat event. The Santa Fe Civitan club hosted six of the nine Trunk or Treat participants. In addition, many Civitans provided the treats to hand out to the children. Topa Augustine, Prisms Clinical Director, said “This is so wonderful. You have allowed these children to trick or treat where they would likely not have that opportunity.”
New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding 2021
The Santa Fe Civitan club has been involved in assisting the New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding, both through donations from our golf tournament and hands-on work. Several Club members met to assist the Center with repairs and repainting and lots of fun!
Century Bike Ride 2021
Paint Striping - 2021
As part of our fundraising efforts, Santa Fe Civitan offers parking lot paint striping services! We recently completed a project and will use part of the proceeds to support New Mexico Center for Therapeutic Riding.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk - 2021
Making Strides is the largest network of breast cancer events in the nation. They raise money to help the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking breast cancer research and provide patient services. We are proud to support this organization and our own members who have beaten breast cancer!
Santa Fe Civitan is part of the Civitan Great Southwest District; which covers New Mexico, Colorado, & El Paso, TX. For our spring 2018 District Meeting, the theme was "service." The Santa Fe Civitan Club partnered with the NM School for the Deaf to hold a book drive for their Early Intervention for Children Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Program. This awesome program works with deaf or hard of hearing children ages 0-6 all over the state, to encourage literacy at an early age.
We challenged the other clubs in the district, offering $100 (to be donated to a service project/organization of their choice) to the club that brought the most books. We were amazed when we collected 270 books! Can you imagine?
The City of Vision Club won the challenge by collecting and donating 61 books! Amazing!