Albuquerque non-profit recipient of Lowes 100 hometowns project

Albuquerque News

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) Crossroads for Women, an Albuquerque non-profit organization that supports women emerging from incarceration, is undergoing extensive renovations to five of its’ major project areas. This has been made possible through the Lowes 100 hometowns project, a grant the organization received. Executive director Cory Lee discusses what the grant will provide for members of the community.


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Crossroads for Women is one of 50 organizations to be chosen out of around 2000 applicants. The grant will help them expand their family and vocational programs, as well as a commercial kitchen and community room.

In addition, the organization will be building a new playground. HGTV will be assisting in the construction and will be airing a special about the project on its’ network. More information about Crossroads for Women can be found on the organization’s website at https://crossroadsabq.org/.

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