OUR PARTNERS

Corporate partners

Our Corporate partners help Rebuilding Together Sandoval County improve the lives of families in Sandoval County living in unsafe and unhealthy homes. With their generous support, we were able to complete the projects listed below. 

Our Partners and Recent Projects
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico is proud to support community-based programs that help to improve the health and wellness of children and families in New Mexico. They are dedicated to sharing the stories of how community partners make a difference and are supporting Rebuilding Together Sandoval County (RTSC) with a grant through its Healthy Kids, Healthy Families Initiative. This grant supports RTSC's Home Repairs for Low-Income Families program. Together, we share the goal of creating healthy and thriving communities through our work.

Lowe's Lowe's

Since the inception of our partnership in 2007, Rebuilding Together and Lowe’s have collaborated closely to deepen our impact in neighborhoods and communities nationwide. Over the past three years, RTSC has received generous grants from Lowe’s to help Low-Income Veterans in Sandoval County maintain their homes. Over the past two years, we have assisted six Veteran households with critical home repairs and improvements, including roof replacement, window replacement, mold remediation, and renovations to accommodate disabled Vets.

Marathon Petroleum Company Marathon Petroleum Company

Marathon Petroleum Company supports RTSC with Community Investment Contributions, to be used for home repairs in Placitas, NM where Marathon operates a petroleum pipeline. We greatly appreciate their support to improve the quality of life for residents in our community.

PNM Resources Foundation PNM Resources Foundation

PNM Resources Foundation has supported RTSC since 2019 through its Vision Grant program. PNM shares a vision of New Mexico having affordable housing, reduced homelessness, safe and vibrant communities. PNMR has funded six RTSC projects providing much-needed home repairs for low-income families. Our work has promoted affordable housing, by allowing families to stay in their existing homes. We have also promoted PNMR’s energy conservation objectives by replacing inefficient single pane windows with modern, energy-efficient, low-E dual pane windows in multiple homes.

Sandia National Laboratories Sandia National Laboratories

Sandia National Laboratories (Sandia) offers competitive Community Investment grants to support non-profit organizations that are helping families in crisis provide and sustain a stable home environment, especially for families with children. RTSC received one of these corporate grants from Sandia in 2022 and the funds will be used to provide a stable home environment for families by correcting significant housing problems that impact the ability of the family to remain in their home safely. Our program will bridge the gap between the extreme need for home repairs among low-income households and the lack of available comprehensive home repair services in our county.

United Way of Central New Mexico United Way of Central New Mexico

RTSC was awarded a United Way of Central New Mexico Community Impact Grant for another year extending their support to June 2023. The newest grant represents an increase in funding over past years and will allow us to serve another 36 families this year. Our work aligns with the UWCNM mission by promoting housing stability and safety in underserved communities in Sandoval County.

U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Agriculture

RTSC has partnered with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development (RD) agency to provide essential home repairs for low-income households in rural communities within Sandoval County. USDA RD has awarded two Housing Preservation Grants to RTSC which will be used to provide no-cost home modifications and critical repairs for qualified families to improve safety and accessibility in the home and preserve aging structures. Grant funding will be used to repair 38 homes in Sandoval County.