Service Providers

Below are a list of various facilitators, artists, and contractors HEP has worked with in the past:

  • Christian Gering – Christian and Andrea Stanley recently partnered with HEP and the Notah Begay III Foundation to co-facilitate an energizing and engaging workshop on zine making with the Native Youth on the Move cohort. Christian and Andrea are excellent community facilitators. They have developed a facilitation, model, called “IMPRINTS” where they have taken down Christian’s experiences with endurance events and taken the values and virtues to share with young people looking for empowerment within, healthy relationships, leaderships skills, and wellness. You can learn more about their work and sign up here to stay connected.
  • Emily McClintock – Emily recently participated in a two day Graphic Harvesting workshop with the Visual Sisterhood. She created a workbook based on the teachings at the workshop and has led a mini-training for colleagues at the SFCF. You can download her workbook here.
  • Fathers Building Futures – HEP purchased handmade wooden gifts from Fathers Building Futures. The money goes back to support this great program.
  • Green Fire Times – HEP worked with Seth Roffman on several occasions to raise awareness on various issues.
  • Graphic Sky Printing – HEP worked with Graphic Sky Printing to create our banners and stickers.
  • Mavel Photography – Mabel Gonzalez is a photographer who documented HEP’s 2018 Statewide Gathering. She also conducted a photovoice project with the Together for Brothers Health Impact Assessment team on transit sovereignty. Currently, she is working with HEP and the NB3F to support the Native Youth on the Move cohort to learn about photovoice and complete a project. She is bilingual in English and Spanish and works really well with community.
  • New Stories – New Stories partnered with HEP as part of a 2016 listening tour they did for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation focused on a culture of health. Through this process, they conducted graphic illustrations for the communities. New Stories also facilitates trainings and community dialogues to shift to a new story of how we live and engage with each other.
  • Omar Torres – Omar works with organizations to co-develop, implement, and evaluate projects aimed at building community capacity for resiliency and sustainability. Omar in his previous role with Together for Brothers, worked with HEP and the Con Alma Health Foundation to facilitate dialogues with young men of color regarding health care reform. He also assisted with small group facilitation at the Statewide Convening on Health Care reform. Additionally, he has worked to share his experiences with photo voice during the HEP teaching session at the February 2020 Native Youth on the Move gathering.
  • Rinse Design – HEP worked with Rinse – Robert & Renee Innis, to create and maintain our website.
  • Robert Yee Productions – HEP has featured Robert’s photography and videos in our newsletter and website. He is very supportive of the Doña Ana Communities United team.
  • Think Link, graphics by Erica Bota – HEP worked with Erica Bota to create the beautiful graphic illustrations, which we have used on the banners, stickers, website, etc.
  • Taslim Van Hattum – Taslim has worked with NM, Together for Brothers, Tewa Women United, and HEP regarding a Healthy Masculinities community of practice to develop guiding values to light the way. Additionally, she served as a graphic illustrator for partners events and led graphic illustration trainings. Taslim shared the Visual Notetaking Hand Out at a recent virtual training which was created by Fatima van Hattum.
  • Visual Sisterhood – The Visual Sisterhood conducted an amazing two-day Graphic Harvesting Workshop for 24 members of the HEP network. Here are visuals Anne Gomez and Jen Mein of the Visual Sisterhood have developed. Additionally, here are resources they shared with training participants: 1. Graphic recordings by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color practitioners; 2: Flows, Metaphors, and Templates; 3: Visual Practice Resources (books, websites, videos, practice ideas, etc.); and 4: Art of Harvesting Zine.
  • Working Classroom – HEP worked with Working Classroom, through Together for Brothers, to create videos on their HIA work.

Additional Resources:

  • Guide to Medicare Benefits
  • New Mexico Grant Resources: We’ve been training leaders in the field about planning effective programs, getting them funded, and collaborating with colleagues for almost 50 years.
  • College degrees for social justice: it breaks down numerous career trajectories and ideas, spotlights core social justice courses, talks to experts in the field, and includes dozens of resources in case students want to learn more.
  • Supporters sign up and shop online with the link and desktop button and your organization gets a percentage of their purchases. Each online store is a different percentage.
  • Smith’s Community Rewards: Sign up your non-profit with Smith’s and ask your supporters to link their shopping card to your organization and you get a percentage of their purchases.
  • Amazon Smiles: You can sign up your non-profit and your supporters use the Amazon Smiles link to shop and you get a donation for their shopping. You have to be classified as a public charity to be able to sign up for this one.
  • They have a wonderful selection of bracelets and jewelry your supporters can buy that you will get a percentage of the sales.
  • The Giving Bean Coffee Company: You can either set up an account and do online coffee sales or do a blitz and sell great coffee to your supporters.
  • Companies donate products. Nonprofits choose the products they want on our GivingPlace360 marketplace. Individuals like you help cover shipping & handling costs. Nonprofits get what they need, to help more people in need
  • : We support communities by collecting merchandise donations from generous American corporations and giving it to non-profits like you.
  • Google for Nonprofits offers organizations like yours free access to Google tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Ad Grants, YouTube for Nonprofits and more. These tools can help you reach new donors and volunteers, work more efficiently, and tell your nonprofit’s story.
  • Website dedicated to helping your nonprofit with resources tips and guides.
  • Tons on great info on where do to look for donations and in kind giving. Many top companies have programs that they will donate either items or have a grant system. Each company has their own criteria as to what organizations they would like to help. Go to their websites and search donations or philanthropy. Some examples are: Disney, Nike, Microsoft, Kohl’s, EBay for Charity, American Eagle, IBM, Verizon, State Farm, Sony, Samsung, Coca Cola, CVS, General Mills, Pepsi, Starbuck, Walmart, Best Buy, General Electric, HP, to just name a few.