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Resolve celebrates 20 years of violence prevention in New Mexico with a virtual Crystal Ball Gala at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 17.
Tickets are free, but for an added charge you can add on a meal from Santacafe or Jambo Café that you can pick up and enjoy the night of the event. There will also be a virtual auction, opening May 11, which includes travel experiences, gift certificates and art.
The celebration will highlight Resolve’s work and the impact in our community. It's an opportunity to learn more about the organization, how you can participate in their programs and how to support the work.
Resolve (formerly IMPACT Personal Safety) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to prevent violence by building skills and inspiring individuals to be agents of personal, community and cultural change. They provide programs for youth and adults that teach skills such as setting boundaries, de-escalating conflicts, advocating for yourself and others, and verbal and physical self-defense strategies. The majority of their work is done in collaboration with schools, workplaces and community organizations.
Resolve was founded 20 years ago by community members who saw a need for effective, skill-based violence prevention education in Santa Fe. Over the last two decades, their work has expanded to meet community need. They now work in Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Northern New Mexico. Throughout the pandemic, they have continued to serve our community by providing virtual programs for adults and youth.
To learn more or get tickets, visit www.resolvenm.org/events.
- Marie Schow, Administrative and Development Coordinator