Friends of the Fresco
Friends of the Fresco is a proud philanthropic circle of supporters that has provided crucial funding for the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation. The names of these community leaders, business and families will be featured on the floor of the NHCC’s.
As a member of Friends of the Fresco, you will play a vital role in supporting the cultural gem that is the National Hispanic Cultural Center; helping to advance the important vision of our founders. Almost 30 years ago group of community leaders envisioned a place where families could gather to celebrate the richness and beauty of Hispanic heritage and to share this with people from all cultures. Their dream has become a reality with the National Hispanic Cultural Center – a place where artists and experts present, produce and share their talents with all who wish to learn about and celebrate the language, history, arts, music, dance and foods of all Hispanic people.
It is this beautiful vision and legacy that you can carry forward as a Friends of the Fresco member. You vital support will enable us to continue to share this premier home of Hispanic culture for generations to come.
As a member of this proud circle of supporters, you will see first-hand the instrumental role the Center is playing in bringing international attention to world-class Hispanic arts and humanities. You will exemplify the leadership of all Friends of the Fresco members who realize the importance of the Center’s success in our community and on the world stage. And you will join other community leaders in your enthusiasm for a center of talent and artistry that cannot be matched anywhere else in the United States.
To get more information on becoming a Friends of the Fresco, call 766-9858.
The Torreón Fresco has been made possible to date by:
America Tent Rentals
Clara R. Apodaca
Bank of Albuquerque
Bank of the West
I.A. O'Shaughnessy Foundation
Maria Dolores Jimenez
Shana & Greg Levenson
Arlene & Larry Lujan
Dee & Joe Lujan
Lisa & Jerry Lujan
Virginia & Edward Lujan
National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation
New Mexico Educators Federal Credit Union
New Mexico Legislators
Ambassador Edward Romero
Sandia National Laboratories/Lockheed Martin