COMING UP: A night of comedy Saturday, August 4, 2018, at 7 pm **DETAILS BELOW**

New Mexico Youth Foundation & Alliance

Join us for some laughs!!

New Mexico Youth Foundation & Alliance will be hosting a night of comedy dubbed “Do Life Big.” The show will be hosted at the South Broadway Cultural Center Saturday, August 4, 2018, at 7 pm. The evening will include an after the show meet and greet. It is our mission to give glory to God by impacting the lives of New Mexico children and we are inviting you to be a part of this great entertainment event to benefit our future.  

About Us

Mission Statement

New Mexico Youth is a non-profit, independent, group that serves the community by partnering with businesses, schools, athletic organizations, local government, law enforcement, and other non-profits to reduce risk factors and create more protective assets for our youth. New Mexico Youth is organized through a Board and several subcommittees that focus on its mission and organizational goals. Core values and goals are driven by local and national studies regarding youth today.  

Core Values

  1. Positive youth development is a responsibility shared by the family, school and community-at-large.
  2. Trusting and collaborative community, school and family partnerships positively impact the emotional well being of young people and their families.
  3. Supportive, nurturing, and inclusive climates at home, at school, and in the community enhance children’s cognitive, social, and psychological development.
  4. Protective assets, in the form of family support services, youth activities, and community education, contribute to positive youth development.
  5. Socially responsible and civic minded youth are less likely to engage in risk-taking behaviors.  

Thank You

COLLABORATION: To link together community resources (schools, families, alumni, existing youth organizations, community groups, philanthropic groups, business owners, local government, law enforcement) to support youth. 

SAFETY NETS: To create school and community safety nets (e.g. professional referrals, help lines, community forums, after-school activities, social events, etc.) to reduce risk-taking behaviors and increase personal resilience in youth. 

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: To identify educational, athletic and service-learning opportunities that help students develop a strong sense of social responsibility, take charge of their own learning and become engaged members of the community. CLIMATE AND EDUCATION: To promote safe, respectful and supportive climates at home, in school and in the community through education and public awareness. 

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You can buy tickets for $10 a person two weeks before the performance at the South Broadway Cultural Center or online at

Gold Sponsor

  ● $1,000 – 10 free tickets to share with your employees, family, and friends. A ½ page advertisement on the event program and sponsorship representation at all media ops: FB, television, press releases, flyers, and radio.

Silver Sponsor

  ● $500 – 4 free tickets and a 1/4 page advertisement on the program

Bronze Sponsor

  ● $275 – 2 free tickets and business card advertisement on the back of the program.

Sponsorship Deadline

We must know of your sponsorship by June 16. All levels of sponsorship will have the opportunity to display and/or set a small table with promotional materials. In addition, all sponsors will have premium reserved seating. If your organization would like to participate as a sponsor, please contact me directly with the level of commitment. The check should be made out to New Mexico Youth Foundation & Alliance and mailed to the address on the enclosed W-9 or to me or I can pick it up.

Contact Nick Blea for more sponsorship information 


Call 505-450-5300 

Contact Us

Get Involved!

New Mexico Youth Foundation & Alliance

125 Bosque Farms, Bosque Farms, New Mexico 87068, United States

(505) 450-5300