Fund for Pursuing Federal Funding Opportunities Update

Fund for Pursuing Federal Funding Opportunities

In late 2021, Anchorum St. Vincent, the Thornburg Foundation, and the Santa Fe Community Foundation joined together to support New Mexico nonprofits and other grant-eligible entities, including local government or tribal entities, in pursuing federal grants.

Through July 2022, the Fund has provided $275,000 in grants to 20 New Mexico groups addressing:

  • Behavioral health
  • Educational attainment and career pathways
  • Food and agriculture
  • Housing and homelessness
  • Senior health
  •  Water resource management

Collectively, these grantees are pursuing over $200 million in additional funding dollars to benefit New Mexico. We thank these organizations for the work they do and congratulate them for grants through this Fund.

2022 Grantees

  • Agri-Cultura Network
  • Amigos Bravos / Rio Fernando de Taos Revitalization Collaborative
  • Center of Southwest Culture
  • Chama Peak Land Alliance
  • Cimarron Watershed Alliance
  • Ciudad SWCD / Arid LID Coalition
  • Collaborative Visions / Visiones Collaborativas
  • Collins Lake Autism Center
  • DreamTree Project
  • Las Cumbres Community Services
  • Many Mothers
  • National Center for Frontier Communities
  • New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children
  • New Mexico State University Foundation
  • One Generation
  • Resolve Violence Prevention
  • Rio Grande Agriculture Land Trust (RGALT)
  • Santa Clara Pueblo
  • SFPS Adelante
  • Three Sisters Kitchen
  • Upper Rio Grande Watershed District
  • Western Landowners Alliance

Applications to the Fund for Pursuing Federal Funding Opportunities have closed for 2022. For updates and more information about this work, please contact Annmarie McLaughlin, Senior Director of Community Programs at the Santa Fe Community Foundation: 505.988.9715, ext. 7005 or

Please also see: April 2022 Press Release

Aug 8, 2022
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