DNCU’s guidelines were developed to ensure that our charitable contributions reach the intended recipients and/or provide a meaningful promotion of DNCU as a philanthropic organization. Our philanthropic activities align with our company values, which is why we adhere to a specific donation philosophy.
In addition, in line with best practices for philanthropy, DNCU gives added weight to organizations which manifest a collaborative approach to solving issues in our communities when deciding whether to fund a request. DNCU donations/sponsorships must meet these guidelines:
- Benefits our communities in the areas we serve
- Benefits an organization or program directly
- Must be a private or public charity foundation deemed by the IRS
- Does not support any one particular religion or belief system
- Must support at least one of our philanthropic missions:
- To promote financial literacy or
- To improve the lives of youth
In order for us to consider your sponsorship request, this form must be as complete as possible. If we have not sponsored your organization before, a W9 is required. You may attach your W9 directly on our request form. All checks will be made out to the organization listed on the W9.
Please proceed to our Sponsorship & Donation Request form to submit your request.
— The Food Depot
Please accept our sincere appreciation for your act of generosity and the important part you have played in improving the lives of your neighbors in need.
We support our Fire Fighters during the holidays, providing Thanksgiving meals to first responders in the communities we serve.
Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce Business Expo
The Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce Business Expo connects community members and businesses within the community grow and thrive.
Pancakes on the Plaza
Team members promoting Financial Literacy on the 4th of July for Pancakes on the Plaza. We always have a great time!
Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta
Del Norte Credit Union at the Balloon Fiesta enjoying New Mexico’s beautiful balloons.
Rio Rancho Sunday Funday
Brian Lee Gonzales showing the crowd at Rio Rancho’s Sunday Funday how to win a prize.
Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernandez and Del Norte Credit Union staff at the League of United Latin American Citizens convention.
Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity
Rio Rancho Kiwanis Foundation (Southwest District)
Santa Fe Desert Chorale
Desert Montessori School
Rio Arriba County Fair Association
Rebound New Mexico
The Foundation for Monte Del Sol Charter School — New Mexico Public Schools
Wood Gormley Elementary PTC
Coronado Business Professionals of America (BPA)
Santa Fe High Band Boosters
Los Alamos High School Senior Class of 2023
Espanola Chamber of Commerce
Sisu Dance Company
Animal Protection of New Mexico
New Mexico Wildlife Center
Los Alamos Arts Council
Las Cumbres Community Services, Inc.
Cooking with Kids, Inc.
STEM Santa Fe
Rio Arriba County
Los Alamos JJAB
Lightning Boy Foundation, Inc.
Espanola Valley Youth Baseball & Softball League
El Rito Public Library
Barranca Mesa Parent Teacher Organization
MANA del Norte
CHS Jaguar Boys Basketball
Santa Fe Heat Boosters
Bernalillo Elementary School
Santa Fe Striders
Knights of Columbus, Sacred Heart Council 3137
Santa Fe Little League
Presbyterian Medical Services, Santa Fe Community Guidance Center
Teach for America, New Mexico
— Youth Shelters & Family Services
We believe that investing in our youth is an investment in the health, welfare, and future of our community. Thank you for being a part of this effort.
— Los Alamos Family Council
You do make a difference in peoples’ lives. Thank you!