ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – 5 native nonprofits are getting financial donations – thanks, partly, to New Mexico youngsters. Again in November, Impolite Boy Cookies requested native youth to jot down a letter describing why a non-profit was deserving of a $100 greenback donation.
“We got here up with this program to ‘Write Mr. Rudie’ and inform us what group organizations matter to you and we had been going to share the wealth,” Impolite Boy Cookies Co-Proprietor Mike Silva defined. “We are able to see, because the world is shaking out at this time – if we will be of service to one thing larger than oneself is so, so essential.”
Silva stated they had been impressed by the responses, and awarded the cash to the Ballet Repertory Theater, Sunflower Sanctuary Animal Rescue, Animal Humane New Mexico, Outpost Albuquerque, and Dar a Luz.
He stated the corporate likes to offer again year-round, and that this program was a small method to thank the group for his or her assist of the enterprise by way of the pandemic. “It’s $100, which isn’t going to vary the existence of any of those not for income, however extra importantly, it’s going to hopefully have interaction these of us, these kids – how they are often impactful,” Silva added.
Impolite Boy Cookies modified up a part of their enterprise mannequin because the pandemic began. They’re now providing take-home cookie and baking kits.