The Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque is a group of young professionals under forty years of age with the following objectives:
To support community and charitable programs that serve and benefit the children of New Mexico.
To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.
To provide a practical means of forming enduring friendships, of rendering altruistic service and building better communities.
To create in each member a desire for knowledge and self improvement and to develop trust, friendship and understanding between people in their professional and social activities.
The Active 20-30 of Albuquerque is affiliated with the largest and fastest growing service organizations in the World: Active 20/30 International and World Council (WOCO).
Our motto is “Youth to be served, must serve” as we believe that the youth of today need opportunities to grow as civic minded-members of their community by serving and being leaders.
Nikki sits down with Andrew Johnson, a member of the Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque, to share details on the “For the Kids Fund” which allows young professionals to assist children in need in our community, and to talk about the annual kickball tournament coming up. This year’s tournament benefits Playworks, a national nonprofit organization that reduces playground bullying and improves school climate through various positive activities.