Statewide

Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Grantmaking Program Areas: Education/College Access; Microfinance and Microenterprise; Small and Growing Business; Financial Capacity and Asset Building; Neighborhood Revitalization

Notes: Citibank is currently focused on funding its existing grantees and is not accepting new proposals.  

Best Method of Contact: 
N/A
Mailing Address: 
6801 Coldwell
Irving
Texas
75039
Phone: 
(505) 797-6199
Primary Contact Name: 
Jason Ott
Primary Contact Email: 
jason[dot]ott[at]citi[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$2,500
Program Funding Area: 
Human Services
Health Care
Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
Disease, Disorders, Medical Disciplines
Medical Research
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico has a core mission of promoting accessible, cost-effective, quality health care for its customers. It aligns its corporate giving decisions with this mission in an effort to achieve successful outcomes. 

Grantmaking Program Areas: Access to Care; Healthy Living/Wellness; Condition Management

Types of Funding/Funding Restrictions: List of restrictions available online.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions and submission online. Contact via email or mail.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 27630
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87125-7630
Phone: 
(505) 816-4293
Title: 
Director, Business Communications and Community Outreach
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Web Address: 
www.onota.org
Average Grant Size: 
$18,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Environment
Health Care
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Geographic Funding Focus: 
National
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: The Onota Foundation believes that the most pressing need for humanity today is to rediscover its place in nature and to live in balance with its natural surroundings.

We value our Earth as sacred and are devoted to its conservation and restoration, to the guidance of our children in the ways of respecting and caring for her and to creating a way of life that is ecologically sustainable.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Natural Environment; Sustainable Agriculture; Preventive Medicine; Education

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Natural Environment: Programs to conserve or restore marshlands, open meadows, forests, natural water sources and biodiversity of plants and animals in their native habitat.

Sustainable Agriculture: Organic farming and preservation of heritage plants and animal breeds.

Preventive Medicine: A holistic approach to health care integrating western medicine with other forms of healing from around the world.

Education: Programs to foster 1) creativity and open-mindedness through the arts, 2) respect for the interrelatedness and interdependence of all beings on Earth, 3) individual and collective responsibility for leaving the world a better place for future generations.

Types of Funding/Funding Restrictions: The Foundation prefers to make grants for specific projects and not for general use or operations. See website for additional restrictions.

Application Instructions: The Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant proposals.

Notes: The Foundation is more interested in the small, the entrepreneurial, the experimental and the educational project. It seeks grants where its dollars will make the most difference.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 31038
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87594
Phone: 
(505) 982-2377
Email: 
info[at]onota[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Average Grant Size: 
$75,000
Program Funding Area: 
Environment
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Other

Mission/Giving Statement: The mission of the Biophilia Foundation is to support efforts that protect, restore, enhance, and preserve wildlife habitat for all species of native plants and animals. 

Grantmaking Program Areas: Capacity building, habitat restoration and protection program or project funding.

Notes:  The Foundation is not accepting inquiries or grant applications until further notice.  Visit the website for the most current information. The Foundation's geographic funding focus is the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and New Mexico.

Mailing Address: 
The Pritzlaff Ranch
HC 68, Box 11A
Sapello
New Mexico
87745
Phone: 
(505) 454-8382
Phone2: 
(410) 268-1802
Primary Contact Name: 
Christopher Pupke
Title: 
Associate Director
Primary Contact Email: 
[email protected]
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Recreation & Sports
Education
Youth Development
Environment
Human Services
Animal Related
International, Foreign Affairs & National Security
Health Care
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Disease, Disorders, Medical Disciplines
Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations
Medical Research
Science & Technology
Crime, Legal Related
Employment
Public Societal Benefit
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Religion, Spiritual Development
Housing, Shelter
Mutual & Membership Benefit
Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: The Foundation provides funding for charitable programs supporting youth and education activities.

Application Instructions: The Foundation only accepts proposals when they have announced an RFP (Request for Proposals) - usually in January or February through April.  Check the Club's website, www.RotaryABQ.org, for application guidelines. The Foundation is not accepting any grant requests until after its Centennial Signature Project is completed in 2016.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 3807
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87190
Phone: 
(505) 242-2651
Fax: 
(505) 843-8809
Email: 
[email protected]
Primary Contact Name: 
Ann Singer
Title: 
Executive Administrator
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Average Grant Size: 
$4,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Environment
Geographic Funding Focus: 
National
Statewide
Santa Fe County
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: "Livingry" is a term coined by the late Buckminster Fuller. From weaponry to Livingry there exists a realizable evolutionary alternative. Rather than continuing to spend an inordinate amount of energy, focus and resources on the infrastructure of war and weaponry, it is the Foundation's intention to support and promote the visionary concept of life and livingry. The Livingry Foundation synergistically spans a breadth of issue areas to help build a foundation for a world that can work for all beings. The Foundation's current focus is primarily environment in New Mexico.

Mailing Address: 
535 Camino Militar
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87501
Fax: 
(415) 561-6400
Email: 
gayd[at]cnsc[dot]com
Primary Contact Name: 
Gay Dillingham
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$15,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Santa Fe County
Populations Served: 
Native American

Mission/Giving Statement:  The Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company Foundation grants financial assistance to organizations that support the preservation, promotion, and advancement of American Indian self-sufficiency and culture in the United States, including programs for  the development of American Indian entrepreneurism, facilitating American Indian education (particularly college, graduate, and post-graduate education), and  the preservation and enhancement of American Indian culture.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Grants are made only to eligible 501(c)(3) exempt organizations. Grants are not given to individuals.

Application Instructions: Grant application and instructions online. Applications must be submitted by mail. 

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 25140
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87504
Phone: 
(505) 438-1344
Primary Contact Name: 
Cressida Lozano
Title: 
President
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$2,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations
Science & Technology
Unknown (Other)
Geographic Funding Focus: 
National
Statewide
Populations Served: 
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: The Foundation shall promote and support the advancement of personal air transportation by seeking and funding the most promising individuals and worthy projects which advance the field of general aviation; by increasing the public's knowledge of aviation through publications, seminars, and other information media; by informing the aviation and scientific community of the existence and purpose of the Fund; and by soliciting and receiving feedback concerning Foundation-supported projects.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Wolf Aviation Fund

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Wolf Aviation Fund: Promotes and supports general aviation. Proposals must address one or more of seven program areas:

  • Developing Public Policy and Airports
  • Networking and Mutual Support
  • Development and Alternative Resources
  • Communications, Media and Community Relations
  • General Aviation Technology, Safety and Noise
  • Outreach: Improving Public Understanding and Perception
  • Aviation and Space Education

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: The Fund awards grants.  Awards are provided to individuals and organizations performing research, outreach, and education supporting and promoting the field of general aviation.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions are only available online - see the Grants page at www.wolf-aviation.org.  Proposals must meet the requirements and be sent electronically per the instructions.

You may join a list to receive occasional emails with important announcements from the Fund.

Notes: The Foundation prefers to receive emails rather than phone calls.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
2060 State Highway 595
Gavilan Community
Lindrith
New Mexico
87029
Phone: 
(575) 774-0029
Email: 
mail[at]wolf-aviation[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Rol Murrow
Title: 
Executive Director
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$10,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Environment
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: The mission of the Albert I. Pierce Foundation is to memorialize its benefactor through grants which enrich the cultural life, education, and environment primarily of the citizens of New Mexico. The Foundation's goal is to encourage and nurture skills, talents, and services necessary to ensure that its communities continue to be desirable places to live and work. The Foundation recognizes that increasing educational levels in a community can reduce social problems and their related costs.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Arts; Education; Environment

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions: The Foundation seeks initiatives that perform the following: Expand awareness and involvement in programs related to the arts and the environment; Encourage public participation in environmental and art projects; and Develop or conserve valuable environmental and cultural resources for public use and posterity. The Foundation supports community initiatives that address critical as well as major cultural and heritage enrichment programs.

Type of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: Matching funds of at least 25% of the grant request are required. The match may be provided in cash or by in-kind contributions and other non-cash support. In addition to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, the Foundation makes grants to federally recognized Indian tribes, governmental agencies, private and public schools, colleges and universities and local and state arts and environmental agencies. Grants for specific projects, operating expenses, and capital expenses are considered. Collaboration among grant seekers is encouraged. No grants are made to individuals or to cover deficits.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions and deadlines online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
1110 Pennsylvania NE, Suite B
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87110
Phone: 
(505) 883-3114
Fax: 
(505) 881-0645
Email: 
aipfound[at]swcp[dot]com
Primary Contact Name: 
Debra N. Thrall, PhD
Title: 
Executive Director
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Youth Development
Environment
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Note:  The Foundation primarily gives in New Mexico, secondarily the Seattle area of Washington State.  They have also given and are willing to co-develop extraordinary projects in other states.

Mailing Address: 
10 Pueblo Drive
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87505
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
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