Since 2006 game amps collaborative partnerships in community outreach programs have included members of;

Office of African American Affairs, citizen School, various student leadership organizations of the University of New Mexico, CNM, and San Juan College, Isshinryu Karate, the Sickle-Cell Council of New Mexico, United Blood Services of New Mexico, New Mexico HIV Council, New Mexico AIDS service, City of Albuquerque Department of Family and community service, West Mesa Community Center, F. A. I. T. H women can International, African American Health and Social Services, Commission of the status of women, the center for peace and Justice, NMYO, Warehouse 508, " ink chapter 27", KUNM in addition to various educational social cultural and environment groups throughout the New Mexico region 



Bring A Message, Build A Movement

The B.A.M. B.A.M. program provides opportunities for youth and community members to find their voice and express the challenges and triumphs that they experience in their communities, through art, theatre, music, media, poetry and spoken-word.  This program offers skills development in literacy, creative writing, music appreciation, public speaking, & visual and performing arts.

S.E.A.R.C.H n' R.E.S.C.U.E


Strong Educational Applications & Resilience Can Help in Rediscovering  Renewable Energy Sustainability Community Unity & Education

The Search and Rescue Program is a multicultural, intergenerational, vehicle that functions as a collective force to strengthen community and further our efforts to create a healthy, resource abundant environment for our future generations.  Through experiential education, service learning, skills development and sustainable living practices we share and facilitate collective knowledge that creates wholistic approaches to community development and collaborative partnerships

Free-Dem Youth Media & Production

This program provides an opportunity for youth to build skills and media production and management to support and promote local organizations, health and Educational Services and community-focused Business and Entrepreneurship. Youth participants develop skills in visual, audio, print / social media and marketing. Freedom youth participants any production / engineering equipment and and technological tools. Freedom youth media Productions offers participants and Community Partners opportunities to participate in apprenticeship / internship programs, community building and networking through various media programs.

Back in 2011 we put on a performance of BLOOD KULCHA, a partnered event with the United Blood Service of New Mexico, this is just a sneak peak of the rehearsal on April, 24th 2011. 

           Another collaborative partnership with Amber Roxx showing the AMPers