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Nonprofit Agency Endowment Fund List

Below are the nonprofit agencies that hold their fund at the Foundation.


Abiquiu Public Library Fund
– To benefit the Abiquiu Public Library's mission to provide informational resources and services, community space for public meetings, and learning activities for the residents of Abiquiu and neighboring communities.

Amigos de Museo El Rancho de las Golondrinas Fund – to support El Rancho, a living history museum located on 200 acres in a rural farming valley just south of Santa Fe.  Special festivals and weekend events offer visitors an in-depth look into the celebrations, music, dance, and many other aspects of life in the Spanish, Mexican, and Territorial periods of the Southwest.

Arroyo Hondo Open Space Land Fund – Dedicated to promoting quality of life in the Arroyo Hondo neighborhood, by preserving its open rural character, protecting its unique ecological and historical areas, and maintaining equestrian and pedestrian pathways.

ARTsmart General Endowment Fund –To ensure that Santa Fe and New Mexico youth have the opportunity to explore, experience, and engage in the visual arts, a critical component of every student’s education. The primary purpose is to provide funding for Santa Fe youth art programs and supplies in Santa Fe public schools.

ARTsmart Scholarship Fund – To offer scholarship opportunities to all Santa Fe high school seniors pursuing fine arts at institutions of higher learning.

Assistance Dogs of the West Fund - Assistance Dogs of the West builds working partnerships between clients and dogs that empower people and opens doors to new opportunities.  ADW teaches students of all abilities to help train our dogs and provides dogs to people with disabilities; for medical alert including diabetes and seizures; in the judicial system to assist victims of crime, especially children; to therapists and professionals; and to veterans with a variety of combat-related injuries.

Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Santa Fe Fund – To help children realize their potential and build their futures through nurturing children and strengthening communities.

Boys and Girls Club of Santa Fe Fund - Aims to inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

Center Fund- To honor, support and provide opportunity and a community for gifted and committed photographers.

Church of the Holy Faith Fund - To benefit the Church of the Holy Faith.

Daniel Steele Bingham Fund for Desert Academy – To support annual Desert Academy scholarships and a $25 award to the student demonstrating a true love of mathematics.

Della Montoya Fund for St. Michael's High School -To support St. Michael's High School student financial aid.

Diana Ganz Nova Fund for Southwest CARE Center – To benefit Southwest C.A.R.E. Center.

Dorothy C. Totten Fund for Taos Pueblo Youth Programs – To benefit the Taos Pueblo Summer Youth Program.

Earth's Birthday Fund – Dedicated to provide education to children and their parents about environmental issues and to encourage preservation of the earth.

El Castillo Retirement Residence Fund – To benefit El Castillo, Santa Fe’s only LifeCare Community.  A nonprofit corporation, El Castillo is governed by a local board of directors who work with the staff and residents to promote and maintain a high level of life satisfaction for all members of our community.

Embudo Valley Library Endowment Fund – To benefit the Library’s mission to serve the villages of Velarde, Embudo, Dixon, Ojo Sarco, Peñasco, Llano, Chamisal, Picurís, El Valle, Las Trampas, Chamisal and Vadito, with daily library service, indoor and outdoor meeting space, local radio station broadcasts and quality youth programs.

Fairview Cemetery Preservation Association Fund – To preserve and maintain the historic Fairview Cemetery.

Food Depot Fund - To end hunger in Northern New Mexico by soliciting surplus food from a variety of sources and redistributing it to more than a hundred local nonprofit agencies that, in turn, provide it to people in need.

Food for Santa Fe Fund – To provide supplemental food on a routine, scheduled basis to families, individuals, and service organizations in need of such support in the Santa Fe area.

Frances Filley McPheeters Fund for the Santa Fe Garden Club – To support the Santa Fe Garden Club.

Fund for American Indian Advanced Study at IAIA – To benefit the Institute of American Indian Arts for scholarships for American Indian residents in New Mexico for the study of painting, sculpture, ceramics, weaving, leathercraft, printmaking, crafts in gemstones and precious metals, poetry, prose, and dance.

Gerard’s House Fund – To support children and teenagers who have experienced the death of someone significant in their lives.

Golden Apple Teacher Award Fund – To provide recognition, enhanced preparation, and ongoing professional development for master, novice and aspiring teachers, because teachers truly are the heart of education.

Gretchen Elise Dickens Fund for Desert Academy  - Designated for Desert Academy for scholarship needs.

GROW--Santa Fe Community College – To support the mission of SFCC to help students succeed and serve our community.

Helen S. Keller Fund for El Rito, Embudo & Truchas Libraries – To benefit the Embudo Valley Library, El Rito Public Library, and Truchas Public Library

Historic Santa Fe Foundation Fund – To own, preserve, and protect the historic properties and resources of Santa Fe and environs and to provide historic preservation education.

Hoy Recovery Program Fund -  To provide quality programs and services that promote the health and well-being of people in Northern New Mexico who suffer from alcoholism, substance abuse, and addictive dependencies. 

Institute for Spanish Arts Fund - To preserve, strengthen, and disseminate our rich and diverse artistic Spanish heritage as expressed through music, dance, visual arts, and other art forms which are deeply rooted in New Mexico’s traditional legacies.

Kitchen Angels Fund – To provide nutritious, prepared meals to homebound individuals living with life challenging conditions.

La Familia Medical Center Fund – To provide excellent, affordable, comprehensive medical, dental, and health promotion services to everyone in the community.

La Familia - Namaste Child Agency Fund – To provide children and families opportunities to heal through the development of trusting relationships

Las Cumbres Community Services Fund – To provide quality services, public awareness, and integrated community supports for children, adults, and families facing social, emotional and/or developmental challenges.

Leadership New Mexico Fund - To educate existing and emerging leaders by providing them with effective tools to develop initiatives that will enhance the quality of life and address social and economic issues in New Mexico.

Lensic Performing Arts Center Fund – To enrich lives by bringing diverse art and people together in the historic Lensic Theater, a cornerstone of downtown Santa Fe since 1931.

Lewis Corcoran Fund for Partners in Education & SFPS – To benefit Santa Fe Partners in Education.

Life Link Fund – To help hungry, homeless and displaced individuals and families achieve self-sufficiency through emergency assistance, housing, employment services, and other supportive programs.

Linda Wolf Literacy Fund – To benefit Gonzales Elementary School for literacy and reading education.

Little Earth School Fund – To cultivate children’s love of learning and encourage the development of creative and confident children through an early childhood program. 

Museum of International Folk Art Fund – To encourage people to interact with folk art and with one another to help promote cultural understanding.

Museum of New Mexico Foundation Fund – To support the Museum of New Mexico system through fund development for exhibitions and education programs, financial management, and advocacy..

National Audubon Society Randall Davey Center Fund - To conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity, through education, science, and public policy work.

National Dance Institute of New Mexico Fund - To contribute to children’s success in life by incorporating healthy attitudes, rigor, discipline and creativity. NDI New Mexico's methodology is joyous learning as the teaching re-enforces the Core Four: work hard, do your personal best, never give up and make healthy lifestyle choices.

New Mexico Environmental Law Center Fund – To protect New Mexico's water, land, and air from toxic pollution, and to assist its many and diverse communities protect the environment.

New Mexico School for the Deaf Rabbi Helman Fund - To benefit special activities for students at the New Mexico School for the Deaf.

New Mexico Wildlife Center Fund - To conserve and restore native wildlife and their habitats through action-oriented education, promotion of public awareness, strategic partnerships and responsible wildlife rehabilitation.

Noah C. Rodriguez Fund for Excellence in Teaching for SFPS – To benefit Santa Fe Partners in Education for their teacher awards.

Olympia Garcia de Duran Fund for Catholic Social Services – To benefit Catholic Charities.

PNM-PIE Math and Science Innovation Fund – To benefit Santa Fe Partners in Education for teacher awards in math and science.

Rhoda H. Barkan Memorial Endowment Fund – To benefit the Museum of New Mexico Foundation for the Palace of the Governors, Museum of New Mexico Foundation for Museum of Fine Arts, and Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

Santa Fe Animal Shelter Fund – Established by the Alexander Brownlee Memorial Fund to benefit the Santa Fe Animal Shelter and Humane Society.

Santa Fe Conservation Trust Easement Fund  - To assist private landowners with conservation easements to protect their open, natural lands in perpetuity.

Santa Fe Conservation Trust Stewardship Fund - To preserve the spirit of place among the communities of Northern New Mexico by protecting open spaces and critical wildlife habitat, by creating trails, and by protecting the traditional landscapes of our diverse cultures.

Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity Fund - To benefit Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity’s mission to promote affordable home ownership for Santa Fe area residents by constructing simple, adequate houses through the cooperative efforts of volunteers, partner families, donors and staff.

Santa Fe Literary Education Fund –To support the poet laureate program and enhance the literary arts presence in Santa Fe.

Santa Fe Mountain Center Fund - To promote personal discovery and social change among youth, families, and groups through the use of creative learning experiences in wilderness, community, and cultural environments.

Santa Fe School for the Arts & Sciences Fund - Committed to academic excellence, developed through Expeditionary Learning and a multicultural art and science enriched curriculum, in an environment of respect, inclusion and diversity.

Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association Fund – To provide young people in Northern New Mexico with educational opportunities to discover their musical potential, develop that potential into musical skills and appreciation, and create and nurture a life-long passion for music making through performances that enhance the region’s cultural atmosphere.

School for Advanced Research Fund – To provide a dynamic environment for the advanced study and communication of knowledge about human culture, evolution, history, and creative expression.

Sheinberg Fund for Santa Fe Youth Symphony  – Beatrice Sheinberg Memorial Fund to benefit the Santa Fe Youth Symphony.

Shriners Hospital Fund in Florida - To provide the highest quality care to children with neuro-musculo-skeletal conditions, burn injuries and other special healthcare needs within a compassionate, family-centered and collaborative care environment.  To provide for the education of physicians and other healthcare professionals and conduct research to discover new knowledge that improves the quality of care and quality of life of children and families.

Solace Crisis Treatment Center Fund – To support the services of a specialized clinical team, advocacy center, and education and prevention experts to help survivors and our community restore strength in the face of adversity.

St. Elizabeth Shelter Fund – Established by the Father Jim Wolff Memorial Fund to benefit St. Elizabeth Shelter programs.

Tewa Women United Fund – To provide safe spaces for Indigenous women to uncover the power, strength and skills they possess to become positive forces for social change in their families and communities.

The Club at Las Campanas Scholarship Fund – To provide higher education scholarship funding for children of employees at the Club at Las Campanas.

Think New Mexico Fund - To improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans, especially those who lack a strong voice in the political proces

United Way of Santa Fe County Fund – To support the current focus of early childhood education.

Upaya Zen Center Fund - To provide a context for community practice, education in Buddhism and social service in the areas of death and dying, prison work, the environment, women’s rights, and peace.

Vern Johnson Fund for Santa Fe Community College – To benefit the Foundation for the Santa Fe Community College for scholarship programs.

Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian Fund – To support the maintenance of a growing, world-renowned collection that documents Navajo art and culture from 1850 to the present.

WildEarth Guardians Fund – To protect and restore wildlife, wild rivers, and wild places in the American West.

 

Your Contacts for Agency Endowment Funds

Christa Coggins
Vice President for Community Philanthropy

(505) 988-9715 x 7002


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