CREATING IMPACT & CHANGING LIVES.
Thanks to your support, WESST services transform people’s lives and create a pathway out of poverty by helping women and diverse entrepreneurs to achieve financial self-sufficiency through sustained self-employment.
Your donation is critical to the success of small business clients across New Mexico.
Recent WESST Clients
Your support encourages small business sustainability throughout New Mexico and enables WESST to reach out to local communities through our six regional Women’s Business Centers. Read these uplifting stories about the numerous small businesses WESST has supported, thanks to your generous contributions.
Ruby Love creates original and unique multimedia paintings as well as handmade jewelry. Originally from California, she now resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she paints professionally. Her artistic talent is finely honed and multigenerational. Acrylic paint is her preferred medium, yet she enjoys using a wide array of mediums and often incorporates collage…
Flauteria Los Borrachos. LLC is a food truck business born during the pandemic, located in the South Valley area of Albuquerque, NM. Their specialty is flautas ciudad Juárez style and other Mexican dishes. Carmen has always been interested in being her own boss. Prior to the pandemic, she operated Hamiel Bridals, an event center and…
Buell’s Fish Hooks is a locally-owned and family-run bait and tackle shop located in Farmington, NM. Matthew Buell is a long-time resident of Farmington and has a love and passion for fishing. It is not uncommon to find Matthew sitting on a fishing bank early in the morning with a fishing pole in one hand…
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