Lift Zones in New Mexico

As part of our ongoing commitment to help connect low-income families to the internet, Comcast has equipped more than 45 locations across New Mexico with WiFi- connected Lift Zones. Working with our network of nonprofit, community, and city partners, Comcast is providing robust WiFi for students and adults to get online, participate in workforce development trainings, and access critical resources. 

Lift Zone Locations

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Mexico 3333 Truman St NE Albuquerque
Crossroads for Women 239 Elm St NE Albuquerque
Goodwill of New Mexico – San Mateo 5000 San Mateo Blvd. NE Albuquerque
Manzano Mesa Multigen Center 501 Elizabeth St SE Albuquerque
New Day Youth & Family Services 142 Truman St NE Suite A Albuquerque
New Mexico Asian Family Center 2501 San Pedro Dr NE Suite 202 Albuquerque
New Mexico Black Leadership Council 1258 Ortiz Drive SE, #304 Albuquerque
New Mexico Dream Center 126 General Chennault St NE Unit Hmofc Albuquerque
North Valley Senior Center 3825 4th St NW Albuquerque
Los Volcanes Child Development Center 6500 Los Volcanes NW Albuquerque
Los Volcanes Senior Center 6500 Los Volcanes Rd NW Albuquerque
South Valley Economic Development Center 318 Isleta Blvd SW Albuquerque
Transgender Resource Center 5600 Domingo Rd NE Albuquerque
Working Classroom 423 Atlantic Ave SW Albuquerque
Youth Development Inc – Main Location 3411 Candelaria NE Albuquerque
Youth Development Inc – South Valley Location 1706 El Centro Familiar Blvd SW Albuquerque
Boys & Girls Clubs of Farmington – Bloomfield Clubhouse 701 S. 2nd St Bloomfield
Boys & Girls Clubs of Farmington – Main Clubhouse 1925 Positive Way Farmington
Capacity Builders 418 W Broadway Farmington
Goodwill of New Mexico – Farmington Center 1861 N. Hutton Ave Farmington
Senior Center Annex 208 N. Wall Ave Farmington
Boys & Girls Clubs of Gallup 416 W Princeton Ave Gallup
gallupARTS 123 W Coal Ave Gallup
Isleta Pueblo Youth Recreational Center 60 Tribal Rd 40 Isleta Village
A. Fielder Memorial Safe Haven 906 N Tornillo St Las Cruces
Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Cruces 330 W Las Cruces Ave Las Cruces
Doña Ana Community Center 5745 Ladesma Dr. Las Cruces
Eastside Senior Community Center 310 N Tornillo St Las Cruces
Henry Benavidez Community Center 1045 McClure Rd Las Cruces
Juvenile Citation Program & Learning Center 890 N Tornillo St Las Cruces
Las Cruces Regional Aquatic Center 1401 E Hadley Ave Las Cruces
Meerscheidt Recreational Center 1600 E Hadley Ave Las Cruces
Mesilla Valley Community of Hope 999 West Amador Ave Unit E Las Cruces
Munson Community Center 975 S Mesquite Las Cruces
Sage Café Teen Center 6121 Reynolds Dr Las Cruces
Las Vegas Abe Montoya Recreation Center 1751 N Grand Avenue Las Vegas
Las Vegas Senior Center 500 Sabino Street Las Vegas
Placitas Senior Center 41 Camino de la Huertas Placitas
Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe – Zona Clubhouse 6600 Valentine Way Santa Fe
Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe – Camino De Jacobo Clubhouse 52 Camino de Jacobo Santa Fe
Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe – Valle Vista Clubhouse 08 Las Lomas Santa Fe
Fort Marcy Recreational Complex 490 Bishops Lodge Rd Santa Fe
Genoveva Chavez Community Center 3221 Rodeo Road Santa Fe
Girls Inc of Santa Fe 301 Hillside Ave Santa Fe
Monica Roybal Center 737 Agua Fria Street Santa Fe
St. Elizabeth Shelter 804 Alarid St Santa Fe
St. Elizabeth Shelter – Casa Cerrillos 3811 1/2 Cerrillos Rd Santa Fe
St. Elizabeth Shelter – Casa Familia Women 1604 Berry Ave Santa Fe
Vital Spaces – St. Michaels Site 1600 Saint Michaels Dr Santa Fe
YouthWorks 1504 Cerrillos Road Santa Fe
Silver City Senior Center 205 W Victoria St Silver City
El Grito Early Learning Center 303 S. Cooper St Silver City

The COVID-19 crisis has put many low-income students and families at risk of being left behind and has accelerated the need for comprehensive digital equity and Internet adoption programs to support them. Lift Zones are located across New Mexico in Comcast’s service areas including Albuquerque, Farmington, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Silver City, and more. 

The initiative provides free hotspot connectivity, and access to hundreds of hours educational and digital skills content to help families and site coordinators navigate online learning. Lift Zones complement Comcast’s Internet Essential program, which, since 2011, has helped connect more than 10 million low-income people to the Internet at home.

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“Transforming two of our YDI centers into Lift Zones has made a huge difference in the lives of students we serve. Many of the kids who comes to YDI either don’t have internet at home or they can’t study at home and need somewhere safe to go. We’re so glad to be able to work with Comcast to give our students a safe, clean, and connected space where they can stay in school even when schools are closed.”

– Robert Chavez, CFO/COO, Youth Development, Inc

The donation is part of Project UP, Comcast’s $1 billion commitment to reach 50 million people over the next 10 years with the tools, resources, and skills needed to succeed in a digital world. For more information about Comcast’s comprehensive connectivity program for low-income Americans visit