In Your Community

New Mexico Gas Company cares. We believe in giving back to the communities where we live and work. Our employees do that through financial donations and, most importantly, by volunteering their time. Our staff participates in many activities that help communities across New Mexico. 

Our annual United Way of Central New Mexico employee campaign generated more than $140,000 in donations to fund community programs in 2018.

Are you interested in utilizing our staff for your non-profit? Looking for board members or volunteers for your organization? Please contact Mary Homan, Manager of Economic Development and Community Affairs, at

Some events we sponsor...

RoboRAVE, ALS Association of New Mexico, The Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity, 


Some volunteering opportunities we have participated in...

Our Espanola office participates in many volunteer and charity events throughout the year. In 2018 the Espanola team donated school supplies to the Raymond G. Salazar Elementary School for their summer school program.

The Anthony office donated a number of books in 2017 to the Anthony Library. The staff also read to the children and contributed monetary funds for the program to keep it afloat. 

When approached by a customer to support Autism our Taos office jumped at the opportunity to help. The group wore autism awareness shirts and each service technician wore a autism awareness ribbon. 

We are proud of our sponsorship of Pay It 4ward, a community program facilitated by KOB-TV. New Mexico Gas Company has been a sponsor since 2015 and, with our partners at the Salvation Army, we continue to staff a hotline in December to assist those who need help heating their homes in the winter season. 

Fathers Building Futures is a non-profit organization based in Albuquerque that seeks to employ fathers who have been incarcerated to teach them trade skills that provide them a prosperous future. In 2017 our Call Center employees donated holiday presents to five program families.

New Mexico Gas Company's regulatory team sorted and distributed food from the Storehouse, a non-profit organization that provides food for hungry people. 

Employees from our Information Technology team sorted and packaged more than 100 pounds of food at the Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico.

For more than 15 years, New Mexico Gas Company has staged a Weatherization Day. In conjunction with the City of Albuquerque's Senior Affairs Department, our employees visit income-qualified senior citizens to prepare their homes for the colder months. We install window coverings, caulk cracks in windows and doors and add door strips and door sweeps to ensure heat is retained.