Dell Technologies & Wildflower International Scholarship Fund

Established by a $100,000 gift from Wildflower International with support from Dell Technologies, the scholarship will be awarded annually to a Northern New Mexico high school senior or undergraduate pursuing studies in computer science or other technology-based disciplines.

Economic Development

What we believe

Wildflower was born and raised in Northern New Mexico, and is deeply connected with the communities in which we thrive. Our commitment to giving back is a celebration of our place with each other, and our place in our community.

Wildflower is a proud sponsor of economic, educational, emotional and community development. Each year, we participate in the annual mud volleyball event to benefit the Carrie Tingley Children’s Hospital Foundation in Albuquerque. Throughout the year, we help feed the community by organizing food drives and collecting food donations. Volunteers pick up and distribute food to our network of soup kitchens, food pantries, and other food programs that serve hungry children and their families in Northern New Mexico. In the winter holidays, instead of sending cards and other forgettable things, we donate in the name of our customers and business partners to organizations close to our hearts, such as the The Hispanic Federation’s UNIDOS Hurricane Relief Fund. We’re honored to support initiatives that make a meaningful difference.

Every time you do a good deed you shine the light a little farther into the dark. And the thing is when you’re gone that light is going to keep shining on, pushing the shadows back.
Charles De Lint

Education Enrichment

Giving back to the community

Esperanza Shelter

Each year, Wildflower donates time, money, and equipment to the Esperanza Shelter in Santa Fe. Their mission is one that Wildflower wholeheartedly supports. From their site:

“In 1975 Social Worker Ruby Scarborough realized the desperate need for a local shelter for battered women in Santa Fe. The following year her colleague, Mary Justice, who was a staff member of the Sangre de Cristo Mental Health Center, wrote and received a federal grant request to fund a women’s shelter. For the first time, a small shelter for abused women was set up on Williams Street in Santa Fe; not long after the shelter was moved to Old Santa Fe Trail. Eventually, the current shelter property was donated and today Esperanza Shelter can house 32 domestic abuse survivors. Forty years later, Esperanza Shelter continues to wrap its arms around each and every domestic abuse survivor who comes through our doors. Today’s programs are a far cry from the mentality of 1976 which sought to simply provide a safe haven for “battered women.” Yes—we save lives—but we also shape futures.”

Local Schools

Every year, Wildflower donates technology equipment to public schools in its communities. In 2017, Wildflower donated $10,000 in equipment to the Pojoaque Valley Schools, and $5000 of laptops to ATC.

Corporate Citizenship

In 2017, Wildflower employees donated nearly 700 hours of volunteer time in their communities around the nation.
  • Monetary gifts to civic and charitable organizations in NNM (501(c)3)
  • In-kind contributions to organizations in NNM
  • At Wildflower International we help feed our neighbors by organizing food drives and collecting food donations which we then pick-up and distribute to our network of soup kitchens, food pantries, and other community food programs that serve hungry children and their families in Northern New Mexico.

Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation

Wildflower International is a proud participant and sponsor of the annual mud volleyball event to benefit the Carrie Tingley Children’s Hospital Foundation in Albuquerque New Mexico. Visit our team site!

The LANL Foundation

Deeply rooted in Northern New Mexico, the LANL Foundation was founded in 1997 to develop and support learning opportunities for our area’s children, youth, and families. We form meaningful and productive collaborations with individuals, organizations, and institutions to address educational challenges affecting our communities.

Interfaith Community Shelter@Pete’s Place

Interfaith Community Shelter, also known as Pete’s Place, offers hope and a safe place for anyone who is homeless or vulnerable as they overcome adversity.

STEM Santa Fe

STEM Santa Fe advocates for, develops, and provides STEM programming, mentoring, and resources for all youth, especially underrepresented groups in STEM, to realize their potential and expand their opportunities in a dynamic world.