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The Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque

About Us

  

The Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque was re-chartered in July, 1988. Our membership has taken an aggressive approach towards community service, providing financial and in-kind assistance to children across New Mexico.


Our members are young professionals in their 20s and 30s working towards a singular goal: bettering the lives of children in our community.

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 We are continually looking to support other children’s charities and do when opportunities arise.  If you are a charity that serves children and are in need of support, please email us at   abq2030@gmail.com

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Albuquerque 20-30 Club?

 The Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque is a group of motivated young professionals looking to improve their community by assisting the needs of children.  Although our organization’s primary focus is philanthropy, we also strive to provide a fun, engaging forum for Albuquerque professionals to socialize and network.

How Do I Become a Member?

 We are consistently recruiting new members and encourage interested individuals to contact us by visiting our Contact Us page. We welcome prospective members to attend a business or social meeting to gauge whether the Club is the right fit. 

How Often Does the Club Meet?

  

The club has two meetings per month on the second and fourth Wednesdays. The business meeting is on the second Wednesday of the month and we cover business items we have on the table, as well as coordinate our events.  The social meeting is on the fourth Wednesday of the month and rotates between different, local restaurants that support the Active 20-30 Club of Albuquerque. Social meetings are a great opportunity for prospects interested in joining to meet and socialize with current members.

We have a number of social and civic events throughout the year.  Refer to our calendar for additional details.

What are the time commitments?

  

There are no formal time commitments or requirements. However, all of our members are expected to attend and assist in planning and running our yearly event, Kickball 4 The Kids, and participate in our annual Child’s Spree shopping event each Fall. You get out of 20-30 what you put in to it.

Members have the opportunity to participate in a number of civic and social events throughout the year. Our goal is to provide a platform that enables members to actively contribute to their community. We understand that this is a volunteer organization and as young professionals, many of us are involved in a number of other organizations.

What Charities Does the Club Support?

  

We have served a number of local charities, including:

· All Faiths

· The Children’s Center at Presbyterian Hospital

· El Ranchito de los Ninos

· Boys and Girls Club of New Mexico

· NM Children’s Grief Center

· Albuquerque United Way

· Ronald McDonald House

· New Mexico Children’s Cancer Fund

· Keshet Dance Company

· Hayes Middle School

· Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico

· Children’s Grief Center

· Cottonwood School

· CASA