Creating a Stronger FUTURE FOR New Mexico

 

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ABOUT THE COLLABORATIVE


The New Mexico Funders Collaborative is a network of statewide funders committed to pooling time, energy and resources for the betterment of New Mexico communities. The Collaborative is guided by a shared belief that we are stronger together and we can work in partnership to create long-term systemic change in New Mexico.

The New Mexico Funders Collaborative is dedicated to working in the spirit of generosity and kindness that Jennifer Riordan instilled in us all.

 


If you are funding entity in New Mexico and are interested in the joining the Collaborative, please email nmfunders@gmail.com.

Educate 2 elevate

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To honor our friend Jennifer Riordan we have renamed the Educate2Elevate Grant (E2E) as the Jennifer Riordan E2E Grant (JRE2E). This is a collaborative funding opportunity that brings together funders from across New Mexico to pool resources and make at least one high impact grant of $50,000. This grant is a collaborative investment from funders in various sectors and we encourage organizations to demonstrate similar collaborative thinking when submitting applications.

2018 RECIPIENTS

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

SUMMARY

  • The JRE2E grant is focused on supporting middle school initiatives and advancing the future educational, personal and/or professional pathways of students in grades 6, 7 and 8.

  • Applications must be serving students in Central New Mexico: Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia and/or Torrance counties.

  • Applicants can only submit one proposal.

  • Applicants from nonprofit organizations and public education institutions are preferred.

  • A complete list of FAQs can be found here.

FUNDING AREAS

  • Parent/adult/mentor involvement

  • Out-of-school time/extended learning programming

  • Project-based learning

  • Transitional programs

  • Career readiness

  • Teacher/professional development

TIMELINE

  • May 16 - RFP opens

  • TBD - Information session conference call (details to follow)

  • July 10 - RFP closes at 5 pm MT

  • July 10-19 - Grant team reviews proposals

  • July 23 - Grant review panel convenes; finalists determined and notified

  • July 30 - Presentations from finalists (8:30am – 9:30am)

  • August 7 - Grant award event

 

COMMUNITIES IN ACTION: MENTAL & behavioral hEALTH Grant

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The Communities in Action: Mental & Behavioral Health Grant (CIA-MBH) is a collaborative funding opportunity that brings together funders from across New Mexico to pool resources and make at least one high impact grant of $25,000. This grant is a collaborative investment from funders in various sectors and we encourage organizations to demonstrate similar collaborative thinking when submitting applications. 

2018 RECIPIENT

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

SUMMARY

  • The CIA-MBH grant is focused on supporting mental and behavioral health programs that serve individuals and communities in Central New Mexico: Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia and/or Torrance counties.

  • Applicants can only submit one proposal.

  • A complete list of FAQs can be found here.

FUNDING AREAS

  • Access to mental/behavioral health services and community supports

  • Public and education awareness

  • Employment and workforce pipeline

  • Intergenerational services

TIMELINE

  • APPLICATION IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.