Donate to Support the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and Its Mission
To preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture, and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that needs your support to continue providing meaningful and memorable events, cultural experiences, and educational resources. Contributions from you help share our Pueblo story through our permanent and rotating exhibits, events, Library & Archives, and our collections of more than 4,000 objects. Your donation directly supports our mission of preserving and perpetuating Pueblo culture, and is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your gift.
Help us to share our pueblo story by raising much-needed funding to support the ongoing development of our Indigenous Wisdom: Centuries of Pueblo Impact in New Mexico curriculum project.
You can be part of our center’s mission to preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture by investing in our youth. To better support the Pueblo leaders of tomorrow, we have established the Bob Chavez Scholarship for the Arts.
10th Annual IPCC Gala: Educate, Enlighten, Inspire
Join us for an unforgettable cultural evening at our 10th Annual IPCC Gala benefitting Indigenous Wisdom: Centuries of Pueblo Impact in New Mexico, our K–12 curriculum project. This project is designed to help strengthen the identity of Native American children in New Mexico by providing all educators with thoughtful unit plans on the complex political, social, cultural, and economic history of the Pueblo Indian Nations of New Mexico, between 1912 and 2012.
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) is proud to announce the beginnings of a new endeavor: The Indian Pueblo Opportunity Center (IPOC). IPOC will be a place where artisans and small-scale farmers can better their crafts in a way that is inspirational, educational, and sustainable. IPOC solidifies the unity between Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc. (IPMI) and the Cultural Center by serving as a part of the campus that honors and contributes culturally, as well as economically. The Opportunity Center will be a hub of creativity and opportunity that helps to promote economic and social mobility in a safe environment that nurtures each individual. Inspiring creativity to provide for economic and social mobility reflects the spirit of the entire campus located on 12th Street between Indian School and Menaul.