Learn How You Can Help Communities Facing Fires in Northern New Mexico

Below is a list of fire resources and places you can donate
May 11, 2022

Please donate to www.alltogethernm.org or to any of the agencies below -  

Basic Fire Information

NM Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (NMDHSEM) has coordinated with other state agencies to set up a Joint Information Task Force with consolidated fire information


Fire Resource Hotline: 1-800-432-2080 (Option #4)


New Mexico Fire Information (https://nmfireinfo.com; updates)

Hermit Peak Fire Information

https://www.nmhu.edu/hermit/ [Highlands University]

Pet and Livestock Shelters

Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society is taking in cats displaced by the fire; call 505-983-4309, ext. 1606. The shelter also is offering supplies for displaced pets and requests donations

Santa Fe County Fairgrounds is taking in dogs, chickens, horses, all livestock; call 505-471-4711. They also need volunteers, you can sign up for a shift or donate here: https://www.afterthestorksleep.com/volunteer

Zamora Arena is being used to temporarily house livestock and horses; contact livestock inspector Matthew Romero at 575-643-6805

Pecos Arena is sheltering livestock and horses; contact Freddy Lujan at 505-930-3986 or 505-757-3986

Taos County Sheriff’s Posse Arena is being used to house livestock and horses; contact livestock inspector Ruben Baca at 575-770-1490

Applying for Assistance


1-800-621-3362 (FEMA)

1-800-462-7585 (TTY) for hearing and speech impaired

Donations & Financial Assistance

All Together New Mexico

Launched by the Governor Lujan Grisham in collaboration with the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations

Grants from the fund will go to emergency shelters, food and water distribution and access to medical support

Donations to the fund will be tax-deductible

Gifts by check may be mailed to the Santa Fe Community Foundation, PO Box 1827, Santa Fe, NM 87504 – please note “All Together NM Fund” on the check


Laguna Pueblo Community Foundation - Cochiti Fire Relief Fund

Donate: https://lagunacf.org

Drop off supplies: Pueblo of Cochiti Checkpoint across from the Pueblo Visitor Center - 1101 NM-22, Cochiti Pueblo, NM 87072

For more information on making a delivery: 505-219-5982

Las Vegas New Mexico Community Foundation

Relief organizations with established programs in San Miguel and Mora counties can apply for funding through the Hermit’s Peak Relief Fund

To make donations, go here.

Mail a check made out to LVNM Community Foundation (HPWRF in the memo) to PO Box 1002, Las Vegas NM 87701

Phone Linda Anderle at (505) 652-0113

Santa Fe Fire Department Station 5, 1130 Siler Road (1-505-955-3500) is accepting donations of food and supplies between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. Items requested: nonperishable foods, sports drinks, children’s clothing and toys, diapers, personal hygiene items and paper products, as well as animal feed, troughs, hay, bowls and crates

State Employees Credit Union (https://www.secunm.org |1-800-983-7328) is accepting monetary donations that will go to the “Northern NM Fires” fund. The credit union also is accepting nonperishable food items, bottled water, new and unused blankets, clothing and hygiene products.

Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity is accepting goods at the ReStore, 2520 Camino Entrada. Requested items: nonperishable food, hygiene products, cleaning products, feminine products, clothes, diapers and baby food.




Food Depot Disaster Relief Fund (https://thefooddepot.org/disaster-relief/