The Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico is a 501c3 not-for-profit which provides support for young people and their families who have suffered the death of a loved one. We are supported by contributions from individuals, families, foundations, and corporations. We never charge families for service, nor do we receive local, state, or federal funding.  Your gift changes lives and heals hearts!

As a  donor to the Children’s Grief Center, there are many options in which to give:

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The Legacy Society of the Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico consists of men, women and families from all walks of life who have made a commitment to support bereaved youth and families with a “planned gift.”

Planned Gifts include Estate Bequests (designating the Children’s Grief Center as a beneficiary in your will), Life Insurance Policies or Annuities that benefit the Children’s Grief Center, or gifts of assets such as stocks and real estate.

There are many ways to give that benefit both the donor and the recipient – in this case, young people who are grieving the death of a loved one and finding solace at the Children’s Grief Center.

If you’d like to arrange a planned gift, please let us know.  Membership in our Legacy Society includes invitations to special CGC events, special recognition, and connection with like-minded donors who also understand the importance of helping hurting children while they are still children.

Please call (505) 323-0478 or email ( for more information, or to inform us of your planned gift.

Mil Gracias.  You have helped heal a child’s grieving heart.

If contributing an appreciated stock is right for you, click here to download the specific instructions you’ll need to gift your contribution to CGC.  Mil Gracias!!  You’ve helped a hurting family.

Why Donate Stock to the Children’s Grief Center?  According to, the move can be a win/win for both the donor and the organization:

1. Giving appreciated stock you’ve held for more than a year is better than giving cash. If you donate stock that has increased in value since you bought it more than a year ago – and if you itemize deductions — you can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day you give it away. You’ll also avoid capital-gains taxes on the increase in value over time, which you would have had to pay if you sold the stock then gave the charity the cash proceeds. You can deduct the fair market value only if you hold the stock for more than a year before giving it away. If you’ve held it for less than a year, your deduction is limited to your cost basis — what you paid for the stock — not the current value.

2. If it’s a losing stock, it’s better to sell it and give the cash. If the stock has lost value, it’s better to sell the stock first and give the cash to the charity. You’ll still be able to deduct your charitable donation if you itemize, but you’ll also be able to take a capital loss when you sell the investment.

3. Ask the charity and brokerage firm about the procedure and time frame for giving stock. Most banks and brokerage firms require a letter of instruction or letter of authorization to transfer the shares to charity, and a mutual fund company may have a special form. It’s a good idea to start the process at least a week before December 31, so the transfer has plenty of time to be completed during the holidays. Jane Wilton, general counsel for the New York Community Trust, recommends transferring mutual fund shares a few weeks earlier. “Some mutual fund companies are faster than others,” she says.

Contact the Children’s Grief Center at 505-323-0478 or for more information!

Giving Society Levels – Annual Fund Leaders Circle Levels

$1,000 – Providing Hope and Healing Level ($84 per month)

Provides a full year of services to two children. Receive two tickets for the annual “Healing Hearts” event in February.

$2,500 – Companioning the Journey Level ($208 per month)

Provides meals for the year for one location. Receive four tickets for the annual “Healing Hearts” event and invitation to a VIP event.

$5,000 – Sharing Strength and Inspiration Level ($417 per month)

Provides a full year of services to 10 children. Receive one table for ten at the annual “Healing Hearts” event and invitation to a VIP event.

$10,000+ — Securing the Future Level ($833 per month)

Provides a full year of services to 20 children. Receive two tables for ten at the annual “Healing Hearts” event, an invitation to a VIP event, and naming opportunities.

See Events page for more ways to connect with CGC

Healing Hearts:  Held annually in February, proceeds from this luncheon and silent auction benefit our programs and support groups for our children and families.

Concert Corazon: Held in the fall, Concert Corazon features eclectic music from local artists and musicians at our North Valley campus. Enjoy an afternoon lunch with your friends and family as the sounds of music fill the New Mexico air!


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