Grant Recipients

Grant Recipients

We believe that solutions developed elsewhere may not always be relevant to the diverse peoples and communities that comprise New Mexico’s unique cultural landscape. We value the promise of place-based solutions that are immersed in local knowledge and reflect and respect local cultures. In our search for solutions, we look to our grantees, whose work, communications and lessons learned frequently provide the best answers.


The McCune Charitable Foundation is dedicated to enriching the health, education, environment, cultural and spiritual lives of New Mexicans. Details of the various open application grant opportunities are detailed below. All grants will be unrestricted, general operating grants and must benefit New Mexicans. Organizations can apply for only one grant per year, regardless of category.



The Marshall L. and Perrine D. McCune Charitable Foundation is dedicated to enriching the health, education, environment, cultural, and spiritual life of New Mexicans. The Foundation memorializes its benefactors through proactive grantmaking that seeks to foster positive social change.




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Grantee Feature

Grantee Feature: Enlace Comunitario (Enlace)

Enlace Comunitario (Enlace) works to transform the lives of immigrant victims of domestic violence, their families and their communities in Central New Mexico. We achieve this not only by providing comprehensive services to victims and their children, but also by building the leadership capacity of former victims, as well as engaging them and community partners to change the policies and social norms that perpetuate violence against women and discrimination against immigrants.

The inspiration to do our work at both individual and collective levels comes from the women we serve. These women arrive at our agency demoralized, with huge emotional and financial problems. They work with determination to do what it takes to survive. Many of them become leaders of the anti-violence movement after participating in our transformative leadership development program.

Enlace Communitario group holding images of butterflies

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Woman holding up chart showing Enlace Communitario's community impact

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Our team has gained the trust of thousands of victims - we serve around 1000 people a year - by working side-by-side with them and their children to find the best ways to uplift their spirits and increase their wellbeing. For the last 20 years, this inspiring and amazing team has served the immigrant community with an extraordinary commitment to do everything in their power to help overcome the additional barriers faced by immigrants suffering from domestic violence:  language, isolation, and immigration status. Comprised of around 30 motivated advocates, counselors, educators, attorneys, public policy experts and administrators, the team has generated innovative ideas that have contributed to the development of high quality programs and communitywide initiatives aimed at enhancing the rights of our immigrant community. All have demonstrated a “sí se puede” attitude that has allowed Enlace to become a strong organization recognized locally and nationally.

One of Enlace’s newest Initiatives is the Leadership Development Program for Non-profit Leaders. Two years ago, we identified the need to build the leadership capacity of our own senior managers. Enlace consulted with other local, social justice non-profit agencies serving the low-income Latino immigrant community. As a result, we reached the conclusion that, while there are some training opportunities available in New Mexico, there is no long-term leadership development program for staff of color, including immigrants whose verbal and written communication skills in English are often not sufficiently developed. Currently available training and leadership programs assume a foundation of verbal and written skills in English. Furthermore, future leaders needed to develop the management skills required for effectively leading a non-profit organization.

In response, in collaboration with the agencies consulted, Enlace developed a curriculum focusing on three learning priorities:  management skills (planning, human resource management, fundraising, financial management); written and verbal communication; and transformative leadership skills informed by a racial equity/social justice framework. The first cohort of ten leaders from Enlace and partner agencies finished the training in November 2019. Preliminary feedback affirms that the training is very promising and has the potential to make a difference in the New Mexico non-profit sector.

Enlace Comunitario is developing a plan to make this training available to other non-profits statewide.

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2020 Grantees

Below are the McCune Charitable Foundation's 2020 grant recipients by Priority Area. 
Visit Foundation Priorities to learn more about these categories.

Building Links Between Arts & Community Engagement:

516 ARTS - Albuquerque
ALMA - Albuquerque
ATD Fourth World Movement - Gallup
Escuela del Sol Montessori Inc. / Harwood Art Center - Albuquerque
Keshet Dance and Center for the Arts - Albuquerque
Littleglobe Productions Inc. - Santa Fe
Moving Arts Espanola - Velarde
National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation - Albuquerque
New Mexico Asian Family Center, fiscal sponsor for Southeast Heights Collaborative - Albuquerque
New Mexico Community Capital, fiscal sponsor for REZILIENCE - Albuquerque
New Mexico Community Capital, fiscal sponsor for Two Worlds - Albuquerque
New Mexico Humanities Council - Albuquerque
Ot Circus - Albuquerque
Outpost Productions Inc. - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Any Given Child ABQ - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Arts Hub - Albuquerque
Santa Fe Art Institute - Santa Fe
The Partnership for Arts in Medicine - Albuquerque
Tricklock Company - Albuquerque

Capacity Building in the Non-profit Sector:

501(C)PA - Albuquerque
Center for Applied Human Ecology - Santa Cruz
Center for Civic Policy - Albuquerque
Center for Health Innovation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Community Data Collaborative - Silver City
Center of Southwest Culture, Inc. - Albuquerque
Colorado Plateau Foundation - Flagstaff
Enlace Comunitario - Albuquerque
Indian Country Grassroots Support - Farmington
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation - Espanola
New Mexico Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Black Leadership Council (NMBLC) - Santa Fe
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation - Albuquerque
Santa Fe Community Foundation / OSF & NMIIC - Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Collaborative Zone Grant - Santa Fe
Southwest Educational Partners for Training (SWEPT) - Albuquerque
Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico - Albuquerque
United We Dream Network Inc., fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Dream Team - Washington, DC

Economic Development & Family Asset Building:

Arc of New Mexico - Albuquerque
Barelas Community Coalition Inc. - Albuquerque
Family Independence Initiative (FII) - National / FII - Albuquerque - Oakland
Fathers Building Futures - Albuquerque
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center - Albuquerque
Prosperity Works - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Color Theory - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for International District Economic Development - Albuquerque
YouthWorks - Santa Fe

Education Transformation & Early Childhood Development:

Dual Language Education of New Mexico - Albuquerque
Explora Science Center & Children's Museum of Albuquerque - Albuquerque
Flower Hill Institute - Jemez Pueblo
Future Focused Education - Albuquerque
Holocaust & Intolerance Museum of New Mexico - Albuquerque
Keres Children's Learning Center - Cochiti Pueblo
NACA Inspired Schools Network (NISN) - Albuquerque
New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty - Albuquerque
New Mexico Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Tribal Language Consortium - Santa Fe
NM Voices for Children - Albuquerque
OLÉ Education Fund - Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action - Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Institute for American Indian Education - Albuquerque
Steaming Ahead for Success Inc. - Silver City

Influencing Urban Planning & Built Environments:

Chainbreaker Collective - Santa Fe
New Mexico Inter-Faith Community Housing Development Corporation - Santa Fe
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Doña Ana Communities United - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Together for Brothers - Albuquerque
Santa Fe Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Santa Fe Housing Action Coalition - Santa Fe
Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority - Santo Domingo Pueblo
West Central Community Development Group - Albuquerque

Leveraging Opportunities in Health Care:

Breath of My Heart Birthplace - Espanola
Justice, Access, Support, and Solutions for Health dba Casa de Salud - Albuquerque
La Plaza De Encuentro Gathering Place - Albuquerque
New Mexico Caregivers Coalition - Bernalillo
Partnership for Responsible Business, fiscal sponsor for Las Cruces Green Chamber of Commerce - Santa Fe
The Savila Collaborative d.b.a. Centro Savila - Albuquerque

Local Food Industry Development:

Farm to Table, Inc. - Santa Fe
La Cosecha Community Supported Agriculture - Albuquerque
National Center for Frontier Communities - Silver City
New Mexico Farmers' Marketing Association - Santa Fe
New Mexico First - Albuquerque
New Mexico Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Greenroots Institute - Santa Fe
Quivira Coalition - Santa Fe

Stewardship of Natural Resources:  

Animal Protection of New Mexico, Inc. - Albuquerque
Center for Social Sustainable Systems - Albuquerque
Denver Zoological Foundation Inc. - Denver
New Mexico Environmental Law Center - Santa Fe
New Mexico Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Mining Act Network - Santa Fe
New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light - Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Utton Transboundary Resource Center, School of Law - Albuquerque
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps - Ranchos De Taos
San Juan Citizens Alliance - Durango
Southwest Organizing Project, fiscal sponsor for Pueblo Action Alliance - Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy - Albuquerque
Taos Land Trust - Taos

Strategies for Rural Development:  

Center of Southwest Culture, Inc., fiscal sponsor for Cooperative Development Center (CODECE) - Albuquerque
Cornerstones Community Partnerships - Santa Fe
Embudo Valley Library and Community Center - Dixon
New Mexico Indian Affairs Department - Santa Fe
New Mexico Resiliency Alliance - Edgewood
Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority - Ohkay Owingeh
Protestant Episcopal Church USA / Episcopal Church in Navajoland, fiscal sponsor for Cheii’ Web Development Shop - Farmington



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2019 Grantees

Below are the McCune Charitable Foundation's 2019 grant recipients by Priority Area. 
Visit Foundation Priorities to learn more about these categories.

Building Links Between Arts & Community Engagement:

516 ARTS – Albuquerque
AMP Concerts – Albuquerque
ATD Fourth World Movement Inc. – Gallup
Casa Barelas – Albuquerque
Center of Southwest Culture Inc., fiscal sponsor for Artful Life LLC – Albuquerque
Keshet Dance Company – Albuquerque
Littleglobe Productions Inc. – Santa Fe
Littleglobe Productions Inc., fiscal sponsor for Neighborhood-based Development Project – Santa Fe
Moving Arts Espanola – Velarde
Naamehnay Project Inc. – Santa Fe
National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation – Albuquerque
New Mexico Asian Family Center, fiscal sponsor for Together for Brothers – Albuquerque
New Mexico Community Capital, fiscal sponsor for REZILIENCE – Albuquerque
New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund, fiscal sponsor for ALMA – Albuquerque
Outpost Productions Inc. – Albuquerque
The Partnership for Arts in Medicine – Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Department of Theatre and Dance – Albuquerque
Tricklock Company – Albuquerque
Tricklock Company, fiscal sponsor for Positive Policing – Albuquerque
Turquoise Trail Performing Arts – Albuquerque
Unlocked Minds, Inc. – Santa Fe

Capacity Building in the Non-profit Sector:

Center for Civic Policy – Albuquerque
Center of Southwest Culture, Inc. – Albuquerque
Chicago Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Network for Good Jumpstart Program – Chicago
Enlace Comunitario – Albuquerque
Environmental Education Association of New Mexico – Albuquerque
Fusion – Albuquerque
Grants Collective – Albuquerque
Grants Collective, fiscal sponsor for North Star Collaborative – Albuquerque
New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness – Santa Fe
NonProfit Back Office Resources dba 501(C)PA – Albuquerque
Pueblo of Nambé
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Institute for Social Research – Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Arts Hub – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Community Data Collaborative – Albuquerque
Santa Fe Community Foundation – Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation / SFB2C & NMIIC – Santa Fe
Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico – Albuquerque
United We Dream Network Inc., fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Dream Team – Washington
YouthWorks – Santa Fe

Economic Development & Family Asset Building:

Best Chance – Albuquerque
Family Independence Initiative (FII) - National / FII - Albuquerque – Oakland
Homewise, Inc. – Santa Fe
New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty – Albuquerque
New Mexico Immigrant Law Center – Albuquerque
Prosperity Works – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for International District Healthy Communities Coalition – Albuquerque
Street Food Institute – Albuquerque

Education Transformation & Early Childhood Development:

Center of Southwest Culture Inc., fiscal sponsor for Story Riders – Albuquerque
Dual Language Education of New Mexico – Albuquerque
Earth Care International – Santa Fe
Explora Science Center & Children's Museum of Albuquerque – Albuquerque
Keres Children's Learning Center – Cochiti Pueblo
NACA Inspired Schools Network (NISN) – Albuquerque
Ngage New Mexico – Las Cruces
NM Voices for Children – Albuquerque
NMCAN – Albuquerque
OLÉ Education Fund – Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action – Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action, fiscal sponsor for Educadores Para Los Ninos Del Futuro Network – Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Department of Linguistics – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Cooperativa Korimi – Albuquerque
Sofia Center for Professional Development at Bosque School – Albuquerque
Southwest Creations Collaborative – Albuquerque
Vista Grande High School – Taos

Influencing Urban Planning & Built Environments:

Center of Southwest Culture Inc., fiscal sponsor for Common Ground Initiative – Albuquerque
Chainbreaker Collective -– Santa Fe
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Bridge and Isleta Boulevard Resiliency Project – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Doña Ana Communities United – Albuquerque

Leveraging Opportunities in Health Care:

Justice, Access, Support, and Solutions for Health dba Casa de Salud – Albuquerque
La Plaza De Encuentro Gathering Place – Albuquerque
New Mexico Caregivers Coalition – Placitas
The Savila Collaborative d.b.a. Centro Savila – Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Community AIDS Partnership -– Albuquerque

Local Food Industry Development:

Center of Southwest Culture, Inc., fiscal sponsor for Cooperative Development Center (CODECE) – Albuquerque
New Mexico Farmers' Marketing Association -– Santa Fe
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Agri Cultura Network –Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Dragon Farm – Albuquerque

Stewardship of Natural Resources:  

Amigos Bravos Inc. – Taos
Animal Protection of New Mexico, Inc. – Albuquerque
Center for Social Sustainable Systems – Albuquerque
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center – Cortez
Denver Zoological Foundation Inc. / New Mexico Program – Denver
Environment New Mexico Research and Policy Center – Albuquerque
Gila Resources Information Project – Silver City
Gila Resources Information Project, fiscal sponsor for Gila Conservation Coalition – Silver City
National Audubon Society Inc. / Audubon New Mexico -– Santa Fe
National Parks Conservation Association / New Mexico Program – Washington
New Energy Economy -– Santa Fe
New Mexico Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Communities for Clean Water -– Santa Fe
New Mexico Environmental Law Center -– Santa Fe
New Mexico Interfaith Power and Light – Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Indigenous Design and Planning Institute – Albuquerque
Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust – Albuquerque
Rocky Mountain Youth Corps – Ranchos De Taos
San Juan Citizens Alliance – Durango
Santa Fe Indian School – Leadership Institute -– Santa Fe
Southwest Environmental Center – Las Cruces
Southwest Organizing Project, fiscal sponsor for Pueblo Action Alliance – Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center – Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy – Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE) – Albuquerque
Taos Land Trust – Taos
UNM Bureau of Business & Economic Research (BBER) – Albuquerque
Western Environmental Law Center – Taos
Wilderness Society / Southwest Regional Office – Washington

Strategies for Rural Development:  

El Rito Public Library -– El Rito
Enchanted Circle Trails Association -– Arroyo Hondo
New Mexico Resiliency Alliance -– Santa Fe
New Mexico State Library -– Santa Fe
Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority -– Ohkay Owingeh
Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, fiscal sponsor for Cheii’ Web Development Shop -– Farmington



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2018 Grantees

Below are the McCune Charitable Foundation's 2018 grant recipients by Priority Area. 
Visit Foundation Priorities to learn more about these categories.

Building Links Between Arts & Community Engagement:

Academy for the Love of Learning Inc. - Santa Fe
Blackout Theatre Inc. - Albuquerque
Casa Barelas - Albuquerque
Center of Southwest Culture Inc., fiscal sponsor for Artful Life LLC - Albuquerque
Center of Southwest Culture Inc., fiscal sponsor for TIASO Artist Cooperative - Albuquerque
DowntownABQ MainStreet Initiative, fiscal sponsor for Downtown Albuquerque Arts & Cultural District - Albuquerque
Golden Acorns Summer Camp of Living Arts and Culture, Inc., fiscal sponsor for Unlocked Minds, Inc. - Santa Fe
Healthy Native Communities Partnership - Shiprock
Indigenous Arts Institute, fiscal sponsor for Dancing Earth - W. Hollywood
International Folk Art Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Museum of International Folk Art (Gallery of Conscience) - Santa Fe
Littleglobe Productions Inc. - Santa Fe
Littleglobe Productions Inc., fiscal sponsor for Firerock:  Pass The Spark - Santa Fe
Littleglobe Productions Inc., fiscal sponsor for Neighborhood-based Development Project - Santa Fe
LittleGlobe Productions Inc., fiscal sponsor for SeedBroadcast - Santa Fe
Moving Arts Española - Velarde
New Mexico Asian Family Center, fiscal sponsor for Together for Brothers - Albuquerque
New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund, fiscal sponsor for ALMA - Albuquerque
Outpost Productions Inc. - Albuquerque
Outpost Productions Inc., fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Jazz Festival - Albuquerque
Outside In Productions - Santa Fe
Tricklock Company, fiscal sponsor for Positive Policing - Albuquerque
Turquoise Trail Performing Arts - Albuquerque
Working Classroom, Inc. - Albuquerque

Capacity Building in the Non-profit Sector:

Center for Civic Policy - Albuquerque
Center for Civic Policy, fiscal sponsor for Strategic Leadership Institute - Albuquerque
Center of Southwest Culture Inc. - Albuquerque
Enlace Comunitario - Albuquerque
Environmental Education Association of New Mexico - Albuquerque
Grants Collective - Albuquerque
Las Cruces Community Radio Inc. - Las Cruces
New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness - Santa Fe
New Mexico Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Generation Justice - Santa Fe
New Mexico In Depth Inc. - Rio Rancho
NonProfit Back Office Resources - Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action, fiscal sponsor for Emergent Learning Cohort - Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Institute for Social Research - Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / New Mexico PBS – KNME - Albuquerque
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation / SINC - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Community Data Collaborative - Albuquerque
Santa Fe Community Foundation / SFB2C & NMIIC - Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for San Juan Collaborative for Health Equity - Santa Fe
South Valley Academy, fiscal sponsor for Engaging Youth in Community Advocacy - Albuquerque
Theater Grottesco North America, Inc. - Santa Fe
Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico - Albuquerque
YouthWorks - Santa Fe

Economic Development & Family Asset Building:

Barelas Community Coalition Inc. - Albuquerque
Family Independence Initiative (FII) - National / FII – Albuquerque - Oakland
Homewise, Inc. - Santa Fe
New Mexico Community Development Loan Fund - Albuquerque
Nusenda Credit Union Foundation, fiscal sponsor for City Alive - Albuquerque
Nusenda Credit Union Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Small Business Resource Collaborative - Albuquerque
Prosperity Works - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Cooperative Catalyst - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for International District Healthy Communities Coalition - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for South Valley Economic Development Center - Albuquerque
State Library of New Mexico Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico State Library - Santa Fe
Street Food Institute - Albuquerque
The Albuquerque Sign Language Academy - Albuquerque
Visiones Collaborativas Collaborative Visions - Mora

Education Transformation & Early Childhood Development:

Communities In Schools of New Mexico - Santa Fe
Dual Language Education of New Mexico - Albuquerque
Earth Care International - Santa Fe
Explora Science Center & Children's Museum of Albuquerque - Albuquerque
Keres Children's Learning Center - Cochiti Pueblo
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation - Española
NACA Inspired Schools Network - Albuquerque
New Mexico Voices for Children - Albuquerque
New Mexico Voices for Children, fiscal sponsor for Latino Education Task Force - Albuquerque
Ngage NM - Las Cruces
Ole Education Fund - Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action - Albuquerque
Partnership for Community Action, fiscal sponsor for Educadores Para Los Ninos Del Futuro Network - Albuquerque
Pegasus Legal Services for Children - Albuquerque
Sofia Center for Professional Development at Bosque School - Albuquerque
Southwest Creations Collaborative - Albuquerque
Think New Mexico - Santa Fe
Vista Grande High School - Taos

Influencing Urban Planning & Built Environments:

City of Gallup - Gallup
Regents of the University of New Mexico / Architecture - Albuquerque

Leveraging Opportunities in Health Care:

Drug Policy Alliance / New Mexico - Santa Fe
Forward Together - Oakland
La Plaza De Encuentro Gathering Place - Albuquerque
New Mexico Direct Caregivers Coalition - Placitas
Regents of the University of New Mexico / KUNM Radio - Albuquerque
Southwest Center for Health Innovation - Silver City
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Community AIDS Partnership - Albuquerque
The Savila Collaborative d.b.a. Centro Savila - Albuquerque
The Storydancer Project Inc. - Santa Fe

Local Food Industry Development:

Center of Southwest Culture, Inc., fiscal sponsor for Cooperative Development Center - Albuquerque
Farm to Table, Inc. - Santa Fe
New Mexico Farmers Marketing Association - Santa Fe
Reunity Resources - Santa Fe
Rio Grande Community Development Corporation, fiscal sponsor for Agri Cultura Network - Albuquerque
Rio Puerco Alliance, fiscal sponsor for Hasbídító - Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Foundation, fiscal sponsor for New Mexico Landrace Corn Project - Santa Fe

Stewardship of Natural Resources:  

Amigos Bravos - Taos
Bosque School, fiscal sponsor for River Source - Albuquerque
Center for Social Sustainable Systems - Albuquerque
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund - Santa Fe
Conservation Voters New Mexico Education Fund, fiscal sponsor for Environmental Alliance of New Mexico - Santa Fe
Environment New Mexico Research and Policy Center - Albuquerque
Gila Resources Information Project - Silver City
Gila Resources Information Project, fiscal sponsor for Gila Conservation Coalition - Silver City
National Parks Conservation Association / New Mexico Program - Washington
New Energy Economy - Santa Fe
New Mexico Environmental Law Center - Santa Fe
New Mexico Wildlife Federation - Albuquerque
North 14 Forum, Inc. - Sandia Park
Rio Grande Agricultural Land Trust - Albuquerque
Rio Grande Restoration - Embudo
San Juan Citizens Alliance - Durango
Sierra Club Foundation, fiscal sponsor for Sierra Club - Rio Grande Chapter - Oakland
Southwest Environmental Center - Las Cruces
Southwest Research and Information Center - Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for Coalition for Clean Affordable Energy - Albuquerque
Southwest Research and Information Center, fiscal sponsor for Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment - Albuquerque
Taos Land Trust - Taos
Western Environmental Law Center - Taos
Wilderness Society / Southwest Regional Office - Washington

Strategies for Rural Development:  

Cornerstones Community Partnerships - Santa Fe
Cultivating Coders Inc. - Albuquerque
El Rito Public Library - El Rito
Embudo Valley Library & Community Center - Dixon
Enchanted Circle Trails Association - Arroyo Hondo
Flower Hill Institute - Jemez Pueblo
Mountain Ambulance Service d/b/a MAS Comunidad - Peñasco
New Mexico Resiliency Alliance - Santa Fe
NMCAN fka New Mexico Child Advocacy Networks - Albuquerque
Pueblo de Abiquiu Library and Cultural Center - Abiquiu



More Information on the Foundation’s Grantmaking

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