Nonprofit Community Request for Proposals

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Brindle Foundation


Brindle Foundation, a family foundation in Santa Fe with a focus on infants and toddlers prenatal to 3 and their families seeks proposals for its 2018 Early Opportunities grants. Guidelines and geographies covered by categories may be found on Brindle's website,

Community Health Needs Assessment and Community Health Implementation Plan
CHRISTUS St. Vincent is seeking candidates to prepare the report for the 2020-2023 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and the Community Health Implementation Plan (CHIP) for Santa Fe County.
CHRISTUS St. Vincent has a long-standing commitment to understanding the needs of our community. This knowledge contributes toward efforts to improve the health and well-being of the community. The IRS requires all non-profit hospitals to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment, identify priority needs and develop a Community Health Implementation Plan to address those needs We are seeking candidates who are experienced in academic writing and are able to work collaboratively in co-creating the CHNA with the CHRISTUS St. Vincent team. This will be a process involving collaboration with the Department of Health and other potential contributors.

New Mexico Community Foundation 

LANL MSC, in partnership with New Mexico Community Foundation and Los Alamos National Security (LANS) LLC, is now accepting proposals for the 2018 economic development industry cluster grant cycle. Grant applications will be accepted beginning June 21, 2018 until 5 pm, July 19, 2019.

Created in 2006, LANL MSC is a collaboration of Los Alamos National Laboratory major subcontractors that pool resources to support projects and initiatives that collaborate within their communities to create synergy, grow jobs, and strengthen the economy. Eligible projects must serve the counties of Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, Mora, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos. Pueblos located in those counties are also eligible to apply for funding.

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Santa Fe Community Foundation


July 6, 2018: SFCF Fall Grant Cycle OpensCultural Vibrancy (formerly known as Arts) and Health and Wellbeing (formerly known as Health and Human Services)

Native Youth on the Move - Grant cycle now open
The Native Youth on the Move grant opportunity, made possible by the Nike N7 Fund, supports Native American communities in Albuquerque and surrounding pueblos and tribes working to increase the number of Native American youth ages 7-18 participating in physical activity, play and sports. Applications are accepted from tribes and Native-led organizations specifically in Albuquerque; the pueblos of Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, San Felipe, Sandia, Santa Ana, Santo Domingo, Zia; and the Navajo Nation’s community of Tóhajiilee. Prospective grantees/community partners must be interested in and committed to participating in the Native Youth on the Move’s Community Team. Through a collective focus, grantees/community partners will work to measurably increase Native American youth engaged in physical activity, play, and sports.


Up to 10 one-year grants of $20,000 each will be awarded. Grant awards will fund Native-led organizations in the Albuquerque area and the surrounding pueblos/tribes to participate in and collaborate with the Native Youth on the Move Community Team.




Deadline for submissions is August 2, 2018 by 5PM MST

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