Nonprofit Community Request for Proposals

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Santa Fe Community Foundation is now accepting Spring Grant Applications

Spring Grant Cycle is now open and includes proposals for Educational Success and Career Pathways (formerly known as “Education”), and Sustainable Agriculture and Stewardship of Resources (formerly known as “Environment”).

Click here for more information about the Spring Grant Cycle.

Spring Grant Cycle Applications are DUE by 5pm on February 27, 2018. 

For nonprofits whose work pertains to Economic Opportunity, there will be no competitive grant cycle this year; however, we invite you to submit a Giving Together application for inclusion in the spring Giving Together catalog.


HEP Request for Proposals for Boys and Men of Color Capacity Building Resource Pool

As a recipient of the 2017 RISE for Boys and Men of Color Capacity Building Award, HEP is excited to announce that in 2018 we will distribute a “capacity building resource” pool up to $40,000 to grassroots organizations in Albuquerque and in surrounding indigenous communities between March 1, 2018 and October 31, 2018. RISE for Boys and Men of Color is a field advancement effort that aims to better understand and strategically improve the lives, experiences and outcomes of boys and men of color in the United States.

Five to eight small grants will be awarded between the amounts of $4,000 - $7,500.

Applications will be accepted until February 16, 2018 at 11:59 pm. Submit your application by email to Jessi Jensen (jjensen@nmhep.org).  We encourage applicants to contact us about their proposed capacity building ideas prior to applying so we can provide guidance and feedback. To learn more and apply for this capacity building funding opportunity, please view the guidelines and application here.


The LANL Foundation is now accepting applications based on two funding cycles in 2018.
Award notification and funding will be received within one month of each deadline. Grantees have a full year to spend the grant money and submit the required final report.

There are two types of grants for which your organization or project may be eligible, each with a maximum award amount of $2,500. Education Outreach Grants directly support public school children in grades K-12. Community Outreach Grants still meet our mission and vision of innovative programming, collaboration, and advocacy for lifelong learning, but might not be as directly tied to K-12 public education.
 

Deadlines are February 15 & August 15. Click here for more info or to apply. 

New Mexico Community Foundation

 

New Mexico Community Foundation is now accepting grant applications for its Native American Prep Scholars (NAPS) Fund. The NAPS Fund was established to increase the number of New Mexico Native American students who graduate from college.

NAPS grants will be awarded to New Mexico nonprofits, tribal programs and institutions that support innovative and creative strategies and programs that encourage and prepare Native students to attend college and/or increase the likelihood Native students complete college.

This year’s grant application deadline is March 5, 2018. For more information about this grant opportunity and to review the guidelines and application, go to http://nmcf.org/for-nonprofits/naps/

For more information, contact or go to: edavila@nmcf.org


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Your Contact for Nonprofit Community RFPs

Jamie Aranda
Marketing and Communications Associate

(505) 988-9715 x 7004


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