Welcome to the CARE 66 blog. We are a small non profit whose mission is to create opportunities to end homelessness. We do this by providing support services and a variety of housing opportunities to our clients ranging from transitional housing to permanent housing with support services.

Monday, December 23, 2013

Happy Holidays from CARE 66!
We want to thank all you for your support.  We are very grateful for the donations, the ideas, the support we have received from you.  We are proud to serve the people of this City and County.  We hope 2014 will be a year of success and prosperity for you.
Until next month stay well and do good!

Friday, December 20, 2013

Finalist Chosen for CARE 66 Design Competition
GALLUP, NM—CARE 66 is pleased to announce that an architectural team from Atkins Olshin Schade (AOS) and 7 Directions has produced a winning design for a new mixed income development on the west side of Gallup.   Architects Daniel Glenn of 7 Directions and Jamie Blosser of AOS won over CARE 66 Board Members and Stakeholders with their design to transform 7 acres in the Stagecoach Neighborhood into small groupings of townhouses and apartments with common areas to promote both connectivity and safety.   Glenn and Blosser were one of three architectural teams invited to compete in a design competition sponsored by Enterprise Community Partners.  Daniel Glenn, AIA, is an MIT educated architect with 27 years of experience in sustainable building design and is recognized as a national leader in sustainable housing design for Native American Communities.  Jamie Blosser, resource member for the Sustainable Cities Design Academy and founder of the Sustainable Native Communities Collaborative, has been practicing architecture in New Mexico for fifteen years.  CARE 66 plans to move forward with the new team for additional planning in 2014.