Las Cruces and Doña Ana County –
Ngage New Mexico is excited to announce that in partnership with NMCO Media, Vamos Niños! Play to Learn, has a logo! This news is coming just in time for Giving Tuesday, set to kick off next Tuesday, November 30th, 2021. The goal is to be rolling into communities across Doña Ana County fall of 2022, which is becoming more of a reality every day. If you have not already chosen a favorite project to support this Giving Tuesday, consider Vamos Niños! Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
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Though the road has been long, the Children’s Museum Project, Vamos Niños! Play to Learn, is taking form and taking off! The RV is in Albuquerque with Chris Musello and his team at Sightworks Exhibit Design and Fabrication in Albuquerque, NM. The logo is finalized with a huge thanks to NMCO Media, who designed and facilitated discovery sessions with members of Ngage NM, the SUCCESS Partnership, and the Children’s Museum Committee. Now with the logo in place, the interpretive planning process is underway. Kimmi Cravens, Museum Development Coordinator with Ngage New Mexico, says, “We are so excited to have our branding from NMCO Media. The logo was a true collaboration between our Children’s Museum Committee members and the amazing designers at NMCO. It beautifully illustrates the wonder and excitement in Vamos Niños, our mobile museum. We are hopeful about launching Vamos Niños in 2022 and sharing this groundbreaking resource with our community.”
Ngage New Mexico is a 501(c )(3) nonprofit organization that focuses on education and nonprofit capacity-building. Ngage embraces collaboration, consensus building, social justice, racial equity, and data-informed solutions for the betterment of our community. As the primary support organization for the SUCCESS Partnership, a prenatal-to-career education initiative in Doña Ana County, Ngage provides facilitation, coordination of partnership activities, guidance, and logistical support. The Doña Ana County Early Childhood Education Coalition (DAC ECEC) emerged as the first pipeline of the SUCCESS Partnership in 2014. The development of this museum has been a project of the DAC ECEC ever since.