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As a leader in community philanthropy, New Mexico Community Foundation (NMCF) collaborates with donors to build permanent funds to be distributed through a variety of grants, programs and scholarships. These services further NMCF’s mission to strengthen the values of: Equity and Fairness; Inclusivity and Local Leadership; Partnerships; Sustainability and Transparency. Below is a list of our program partners.
The funds go directly to the bills, not the woman. 100% of the donations help women in New Mexico. There is only a 5% administration fee. So, 95% is used for direct breast and cervical cancer services for women; with nominal amounts towards fundraising. www.anitasalas.org
In pursuit of these principles, Arca supports innovative and strategic efforts that work to advance equity, accountability, social justice and participatory democracy in the US and abroad. While the Foundation’s areas of focus evolve over time, we achieve our fundamental purpose by supporting efforts that affect public policy. www.arcafoundation.org
- Medical Equipment/Furnishings
- Professional Development
- Professional Recruitment
- Community Outreach
With community donations, BernCo Animal Care will be able to fund support programs for the animals in their care and needed outreach and education in to the community such as: foster care programming, life enrichment, medical needs, microchip/rabies vaccination clinics, and spay and neuter assistance. www.bernco.gov/community-services/
Funds art and cultural initiatives that are not eligible for 1% for the Arts Bond Funds such as temporary art exhibitions, performing arts, and art and cultural educational/workshops with at risk populations. www.bernco.gov/community-services/
The memorial fund provides for the construction and ongoing maintenance of the County’s community memorials, as well as memorial programs such as brick and bench campaigns. www.bernco.gov/community-services/
The County’s Open Space program manages properties with important natural or cultural resources and provides resource-based recreation and environmental education. Donations would enhance current programming/educational efforts and assist the needs of the volunteer team. www.bernco.gov/community-services/
This fund supports the sponsorship of community events, marketing of quality of life programming and initiatives, private advertising and sponsorship opportunities at County facilities. www.bernco.gov/community-services/
The Bernalillo County Community Services “BernCo” QOL Community Fund supports reasonable and effective philanthropy to enrich community wellness, and social and cultural experiences of Bernalillo County residents and visitors www.bernco.gov/community-services/
Award winning filmmaker, Isaac Artenstein, will be directing this project. Paula Amar Schwartz, a writer and President of the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society is its producer.
The Chimpanzee Chronicles presents an uncommon perspective that will take you behind the bars for a glimpse into the hidden worlds and real lives of captive chimpanzees.
Twenty-four original stories from around the globe, written by primatologists, sanctuary founders/directors, veterinarians, care givers, filmmakers and lawyers, bear witness to the injustice, exploitation and heartless treatment of captive chimpanzees. But the book is not only about suffering; it’s also about hope, compassion and the possibility of change.
We therefore strive to create an opportunity to bring together decision makers and influencers across public, private and volunteer sectors at the county level to work in partnership with seniors to put in place imaginative changes that will have real impact on the day to day lives of all of us as we age in this frontier community.
The El Valle Women’s Collaborative is a non-profit located in Ribera, NM that enhances the lives of women and their families in the areas of economic and environmental sustainability, as well as mental and physical health. elvallewomenscollaborative.com
This mission is expressed by: Building a culture of philanthropy in Grant County by encouraging charitable giving from individuals, families, organizations and businesses. Making grants to advance local non-profits’ causes thereby building their capacity to achieve their missions. Stewarding donor funds and legacies to ensure sustainability.
Northern Youth Project (NYP) was founded by teens in 2009 as a platform to develop skills that foster health, academic performance, and personal investment in their communities and the environment, for a brighter tomorrow today.
The initiative works to support the outcomes and opportunities for rural Northern New Mexico youth through hands-on art, agriculture, community service, and leadership projects that honor the past and look to the future.