New Mexico True Heroes

Do you know someone that gives unselfishly of their time to make their community a better place? Nominate them as a "New Mexico True Hero" for the opportunity to see their efforts recognized at the 2018 New Mexico Bowl.

Nominate a "New Mexico True Hero" below by answering a few questions about the person being nominated and how they've contributed to the betterment of their community. Nominations will be accepted through Monday, September 3, 2018.

Four New Mexico True Heroes will be announced this fall and honored during the New Mexico Bowl.

The 2017 New Mexico True Heroes included: Donovan Smith (Albuquerque) for making and selling soaps to benefit the homeless, after being homeless himself; Gwendolyn “Winnie” Keller (Carlsbad) for raising money for families with sick children, while battling her own chronic illness; Jamar Cotton (Las Cruces) a law enforcement officer who spends countless hours volunteering with at-risk youth in his community; and Mike and Debbie Torres (Rio Rancho) a couple who have devoted nearly 20 years volunteering and coordinating a special Olympics program.

View the nomination and selection process here.

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