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Notah Begay III (NB3) Foundation - Seeking Facilitator- Strategic Plan


Notah Begay III Foundation (NB3 Foundation) is launching a strategic planning process to develop a five-year organizational strategic plan. The NB3 Foundation is seeking consulting services to facilitate the process that results in a new strategic plan. The process is expected to take 8 months starting in March 2019. Proposals are due by Friday, February 22nd 5pm MST.

For more information, contact or go to: To access the RFP and more information, please visit: 

New Mexico Children's Foundation


New Mexico Children's Foundation 2019-2020 grants cycle.
The New Mexico Children's Foundation’s grants are available to 501(c)(3) nonprofit New Mexican children’s organizations with annual total budgets under $300,000.
Other requirements are:

  1. Funds requested should not exceed $6,000.
  2. Funding can be for only three successive years.
  3. Requests for Operating Expenses are eligible.

Grant applications are due March 9, 2019. Grant Guidelines are posted on our website:
For more information, contact or go to: 505-986-2043 or email or

Anchorum St. Vincent Impact Grantor- Strategic Plan


As part of Anchorum St. Vincent's mission to directly facilitate our community’s well-being through impact grant investments that address social determinants of health with sustainable solutions, we are pleased to announce the 2019 Anchorum St. Vincent Impact Grant application process. We will fund qualified 501(c)3 organizations in good standing in the City and County of Santa Fe New Mexico and six northern New Mexico counties. Our four Focus Areas are: Senior Health and Wellness, Adult Behavioral Health, Educational Attainment, and Housing.

Opens: 02/18/2019 08:00 AM
Closes: 03/22/2019 05:00 PM 

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New Mexico Community Foundation - Permaculture Fund Grant Cycle


New Mexico Community Foundation is now accepting applications for its Permaculture Fund grant cycle, a new funding opportunity focused on supporting permaculture-based environmental work throughout the state. The Permaculture Fund was established in 2018 to support innovative ecological, community- building and sustainable living projects that strengthen cultural connections to the land and nature for people of all ethnicities, ages and walks of life.

The grant application opened February 11 and the deadline to apply is 5 pm, March 25.

For more detailed grant guidelines and for the application, please visit

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