Additional Upcoming Events

How Supporting Local News Can Support Democracy, Health, Environment and Key Interests of Communities
Tue, 27 Jul 2021
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Learning Lab: Navigating the Foundation Directory Online
Wed, 28 Jul 2021
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Learning Lab - Getting Funded: Strategies for Writing Successful Proposals
Thu, 12 Aug 2021
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Registration Deadline: Fundraising Immersion
Fri, 13 Aug 2021
All Day Event

Fall Grant Cycle - Pre-Proposal Information Session - Option 2
Tue, 17 Aug 2021
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

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New Mexico Health Equity Partnership

The New Mexico Health Equity Partnership, an initiative at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, is excited to share with you an Indigenous Health Impact Assessment toolkit, which has been a collaborative effort. We extend gratitude to all of the partners that co-designed the toolkit and offered contributions and examples, including Olivia Roanhorse and Roanhorse Consulting, HEP TA Providers, Indigenous community partners, HIA teams, and HEP staff. We thank Michelle Buchholz for designing the beautiful graphic. We invite you to view the toolkit here

Community Health Funder Alliance

We are pleased to announce that the Community Health Funder Alliance, a funder collaborative with Anchorum St. Vincent, CHRISTUS St. Vincent, and Santa Fe Community Foundation awarded $1.8M to 50 community organizations working to improve health and wellness in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico.

Together, the Alliance supports nonprofits in health and wellness across the lifespan: from maternal health and early childhood to school-age children, adolescent, adult and senior health services. The Alliance also invests in social determinants of health including housing and homelessness, healthy food, and healthy neighborhoods. Congratulations to the 2021 Grant Awardees!

Visit to see the full list of grant recipients.

Gerard's House Annual Training: July 17-18 and July 31-August 1

Gerard's House annual training to learn how to support grieving youth is coming up! We are a non-profit that provides free grief support for children, adolescents and adults. Through art, play and connection we support youth who are grieving the loss of a loved one due to death, deportation, incarceration or separation by borders. We want to train you to facilitate a support group! Email us for more information.

Employee Engagement - Beyond Pizza Parties

July 22, 2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, virtual workshop over zoom. $20 (or $16 for NMAG members).

Want to hang on to the strongest performers on your team? You’d better make sure you keep them engaged! But how do you identify your biggest opportunities to do so? This class walks through strategies and best practices for understanding your current level of employee engagement. Attendees will also learn a basic framework for understanding how to deepen and improve based on where their employees are at today.

Key takeaways will include: (1) tactics to get a well-rounded understanding of employee engagement; (2) a framework for how to prioritize engagement efforts to have the biggest impact; (3) strategies for building out a comprehensive engagement plan, and; (4) how to do all this in a remote or hybrid work environment.

For additional information and registration please visit our website.

Santa Fe Artists' Medical Fund

This is an online silent auction to help artists in need. The auction has many well know artists such as Dorothy Fratt, William Lumpkin, Armond Lara and many others. The auction runs from July 18 at 6:00 am to July 25 at 11:59 pm. Take a look you might find a piece you would like to bid on. Please see our website for more information.

DACA Renewal Clinics

Fridays in July from 1-4:30pm
Zonas del Sol
6493 Jaguar Dr., Santa Fe, NM 87507
Look for our RV, Dreams on Wheels.
Bring your current work permit and filing fee of $495. Please wear a mask and be prepared to wait outside; indoor capacity is limited.

Conservation Voters New Mexico Board of Directors

Bring your enthusiasm for protecting New Mexico’s air, land, water, wildlife, and communities to CVNM’s Board of Directors!

“I’ve learned much from CVNM, how legislation is written, introduced, heard, and ultimately passed or not. I came to understand connecting people, their ideas and voice to process was real power that in turn could result in real change. I’m proud that CVNM’s long-term vision includes centering our policy, civic engagement, and advocacy work both on and in partnership with the communities most impacted, especially rural and/or communities of color.” CVNM Board President Theresa Pasqual (Acoma Pueblo)

CVNM is committed to centering equity and justice in the policy making process, advocacy campaigns, and elections. The Board recently solidified this commitment in an overhaul of CVNM’s bylaws that now reflect the commitment to justice and equity in the organization’s governing documents.

We invite new Board members who reflect that strong commitment to equity, justice and CVNM’s work to address the climate crisis while advancing racial justice in the environmental/conservation movement. We seek a diverse Board that better represents our communities across the state of New Mexico, primarily communities of color and disenfranchised communities. We believe that these communities must be centered in the work we do and we strongly encourage people of these identities and who are members of frontline communities to apply.

Please see the website notice for desired qualifications:

To apply, send a recent resume and cover letter that explains your interest in being considered for a Board position at CVNM to

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