Santa Fe Community Foundation Awards Wildfire Relief & Recovery Grants
Community Resiliency Fund
Wildfire Relief Grants
Last updated Friday, August 19, 2022
The Santa Fe Community Foundation has awarded over $500,000 in wildfire relief grants to date through its Community Resiliency Fund. The grants provide core operating support to nonprofit organizations in the Foundation's geographic funding region of Mora, San Miguel, Rio Arriba, and Santa Fe counties that have been impacted by the wildfires.
Wildfire Relief Grantees
- Animal Welfare Coalition of Northeastern New Mexico
- Armand Hammer United World College of the American West
- Bernal Community Center
- Center of Southwest Culture
- Collaborative Visions
- Collins Lake Ranch
- Comedor de San Pascual
- El Centro Family Health
- El Valle Community Center
- Felines & Friends
- The Food Depot
- Global Give a Book
- Growing Up New Mexico
- Heart of David Worship Center as fiscal agent for Neighbors Helping Neighbors
- Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary
- HELP New Mexico, Inc.
- Hermit’s Peak Watershed Alliance
- Kid's Counseling, Inc.
- Los Amigos Del Valle De Mora
- Luna Community College
- Mainstreet Las Vegas
- Mainstreet Mora
- Mora Chamber of Commerce
- Mora Valley Community Health Services
- New Mexico Legal Aid
- New Vistas
- Project: Camp
- Quivira Coalition, Inc.
- Ranchers Feed
- Samaritan House
- Sangre de Cristo Mt. Initiative
- St. Vincent De Paul
- Sunrise Kiwanis
- University of New Mexico Foundation
Thank you to our donors and corporate partners for enabling us to provide swift wildfire relief through the Community Resiliency Fund.
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