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Phone: 5758825556
PO Box 2411
Anthony
New Mexico 88021
USA
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Target demographics: Women ages 17 years old and up

Direct beneficiaries per year: 2,000 women annually

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Our volunteers are the are the heart of the Women’s Intercultural Center for it began as a volunteer operated organization.  The Center since its inception places a high value on community involvement.  Volunteers can donate their time and talents in many ways to make a difference in the lives of the women that participate in our programs.Arts and Crafts Group Volunteers: Make arts and crafts to sell at the Center’s gift shop or gallery and craft fairs to raise money for the Center through the classes and workshops we provide. Making crafts at home is also an option for those unable to attend our classes or workshops.  Buildings and Grounds Volunteers: Maintain buildings and grounds by helping clean the facilities, gardening, and overall building maintenance.Community Outreach Volunteers: Host or represent the Center at health fairs and community events. Educate civic community groups about the Center’s programs and services by being part of the Speakers Bureau. Scheduled events vary from weekdays to weekends.Educators/Instructors: Lead classes through our educational and tutoring programs based on experience and expertise.Office Volunteers: Provide administrative office support to Center staff. Mailings, filing, computer input, assemblage of information packets, telephone support, or copying are examples of some office volunteer support.Special Events Volunteers: Assist the Center with annual fundraisers, trainings, workshops and other special events.

Geographic areas served: Southern New Mexico and West Texas

Mission:
WOMEN'S INTERCULTURAL CENTER, INC. IS A PLACE WHERE WOMEN LEARN AND WORK TOGETHER TO DEVELOP THEIR SOCIAL, SPIRITUAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL POTENTIAL. FOR OVER FOURTEEN YEARS, WOMEN'S INTERCULTURAL CENTER, INC. HAS PROVIDED SEVERAL EDUCATIONAL AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY COURSES TO LOW-INCOME LEVEL WOMEN TO COMBAT POVERTY, LACK OF EDUCATION AND LOW SELF-ESTEEM.
Results:
Since 1993, the Women’s Intercultural Center has received recognition and numerous awards for various aspects of its work. However, no recognition or award could surpass the fact that five (5) out of the seven (7) staff members employed by the Center are former participants that developed their education and employment skills through our programs.

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06/19/14
I learn to help in preparing meals for the students, getting ready stuff for the coming classes or trainings, helping at the thrift store and getting involved with people motivating them to attend classes by making calls this definitely was new for me and was fun it was my new experience.. the best ... more »
06/19/14
I learned on the job training and learned to socialize with others. They also helped me process through my divorce and were extremely supportive in my time of need... more »
05/30/14
I've volunteered at this center and have never regretted it. The staff here automatically treated me like part of them. As a volunteer, they have worked with me in every way possible they can so that my experience there was always a good one. There are many activities here for the community to ... more »
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Our volunteers are the are the heart of the Women’s Intercultural Center for it began as a volunteer operated organization.  The Center since its inception places a high value on community involvement.  Volunteers can donate their time and talents in many ways to make a difference in the lives of the women that participate in our programs.Arts and Crafts Group Volunteers: Make arts and crafts to sell at the Center’s gift shop or gallery and craft fairs to raise money for the Center through the classes and workshops we provide. Making crafts at home is also an option for those unable to attend our classes or workshops.  Buildings and Grounds Volunteers: Maintain buildings and grounds by helping clean the facilities, gardening, and overall building maintenance.Community Outreach Volunteers: Host or represent the Center at health fairs and community events. Educate civic community groups about the Center’s programs and services by being part of the Speakers Bureau. Scheduled events vary from weekdays to weekends.Educators/Instructors: Lead classes through our educational and tutoring programs based on experience and expertise.Office Volunteers: Provide administrative office support to Center staff. Mailings, filing, computer input, assemblage of information packets, telephone support, or copying are examples of some office volunteer support.Special Events Volunteers: Assist the Center with annual fundraisers, trainings, workshops and other special events. Volunteer

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