IUNM, Inc., is a group of Igbo people from Eastern Nigeria residing in the State of New Mexico, USA. Membership of this organization consist of Igbo indigens, Igbos, and those who have had prolonged reputable relationships with the Igbo people. Those with prolonged reputable relationships with the Igbo people are considered honorary members. Some of us have resided here in New Mexico for well over twenty years. IUNM has been in operation for close to 10 years. Our mission is to promote Igbo language and culture and to contribute to the economic development of the State of New Mexico.

Members of IUNM are professionals in various fields including medicine, education, government legal, engineering, business areas etc. We operate in New Mexico as citizens of this state and contribute to the economic development of the State as we count our blessings. To this end, we have provided our services (Food and supplies) to the homeless shelter (Joy Junction), donated various school supplies to schools, provided computer literacy classes to the community. We also provided winter clothing to the needy thru KOAT TV. One of our next moves is to establish a program that our organization will support on a continuous basis throughout each year.

We are a non-profit organization approved by IRS under IRS 501(C) (3) status. Any support given to us in this regard will be greatly appreciated. Anyone is welcome to come to our meetings to learn more about our programs. We sincerely thank all those that have supported our causes, and we promise to uphold the trust you have in us and all that we strive for.