Help New Mexicans When We Need It Most.

New Mexico wildfires have displaced thousands and destroyed beloved homes, cultural resources, spiritual connections, and businesses. The Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon Fire has become the largest standalone fire in New Mexico history. This fire has decimated entire communities, and it’s affects can be seen across our state with restrictions in the Carson, Santa Fe, Cibola, Gila and Lincoln National Forests.

We urge you to help aid those impacted by these wildfires, just as you have committed to help threatened landscapes, imperiled wildlife, drying rivers, and frontline communities.

Stay up to date with all public land closures and fire restrictions during the 2022 summer season.

Give Money.

Grants from the All Together NM Fund will go to emergency shelter, food and water distribution, and access to medical support. Donations are 100% tax-deductible.


Give goods.

NM Fire Supply Donation Drive is collecting animal feed, paper products, hot cereal, laundry detergent, diapers, deodorant, shampoo, body wash, and other personal care products at locations in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

Salvation Army

El Centro Family Health

Give Time.

Taos Connects is facilitating shelter support and meal prep for evacuees. In Santa Fe, Youthworks is prepping meals for evacuees. Both need volunteers.

Salvation Army New Mexico Fire Relief Volunteering

Pets & Livestock.