Statewide

Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Average Grant Size: 
$6,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Environment
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Religion, Spiritual Development
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth
Women & Girls
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: The Lydia B. Stokes Foundation is committed to the Quaker philosophy of empowering people to help themselves. The Foundation supports building sustainable communities by focusing on social and economic justice, peace initiative, the environment, women's issues and local food and energy security.

Mailing Address: 
PO Box 5777
Burlington
Vermont
05402-5777
Phone: 
(802) 863-6370
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$1,250
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Youth Development
Human Services
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Housing, Shelter
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Latino/Hispanic
African-American
Asian-American
Children & Youth
Native American
Elderly

Grantmaking Program Areas: Education; Arts & Culture; Economic Opportunity; Health & Human Services; Others are also considered 

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions:  US Bank seeks to support projects which are funded jointly with other sources. Proposals which involve children, senior citizens, minorities, and community involvement are welcomed. US Bank also encourages requests which address the diverse groups within the community.  Program support, general operating support as well as capital support are funded. 

Note: To navigate the website, click on "About Us," then "Community Relations" to see the page on Community Relations and Charitable Giving.

Best Method of Contact: 
Letter of Inquiry
Mailing Address: 
7900 Jefferson NE
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87109
Phone: 
(505) 823-6278
Fax: 
(505) 823-6286
Primary Contact Name: 
Sarah Pisto
Title: 
Grants Coordinator, Marketing and Community Support
Primary Contact Phone: 
(505) 823-6278
Primary Contact Email: 
sarah[dot]pisto[at]usbank[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Youth Development
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Employment
Public Societal Benefit
Housing, Shelter
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: To help meet the needs of the communities Bank of the West serves by supporting nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving quality of life, particularly for low- and moderate-income individuals and communities.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Community & Economic Development; Education & Job Training; Health & Human Care; Civic & Cultural

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Community & Economic Development: Creation preservation or rehabilitation of affordable housing; Homeownership and credit counseling programs for low- to moderate-income individuals; Financing services and technical assistance programs for small businesses and farms; Asset creation and preservation programs for low- to moderate- income individuals.

Education & Job Training: Financial management training and education programs; After-school tutoring and mentoring programs for underserved youth and young adults; Scholarship programs to educational organizations that support students who require financial assistance; Job training and vocational programs, including literacy and basic-skills education, for low- to moderate-income adults.

Health & Human Care: Community health and mental health counseling services; Homeless and crisis shelters and services; Aid to associations and societies that advance cures and promote health.

Civic & Cultural: Programs that promote civic engagement; Aid to organizations that promote the arts and local cultural activities.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: List of restrictions online at https://www.bankofthewest.com/about-us/community-support.html.

Application Instructions: Eligibility quiz, grant application form and instructions online.

Notes:  Funding is focused on organizations that serve low-to-moderate income individuals. 

Best Method of Contact: 
Other
Mailing Address: 
Charitable Contributions Program - Community Affairs Department
4301 South Broadway
Englewood
Colorado
80113
Primary Contact Name: 
Seth Reimer
Title: 
Community Affairs Officer - New Mexico
Primary Contact Phone: 
(303) 202-5445
Primary Contact Email: 
seth[dot]reimer[at]bankofthewest[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$15,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Youth Development
Human Services
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth
Families

Mission/Giving Statement: The Allstate Foundation brings the relationships, reputation and resources of Allstate to support innovative and lasting solutions that enhance people's well-being and prosperity.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Teen Safe Driving; Economic Empowerment for Domestic Violence Survivors

 

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: The majority of The Allstate Foundation’s funding supports national and local programs that fit within their two focus areas. 

The Allstate Foundation does not support: Individuals; Fundraising events; Sponsorships; Capital and endowment campaigns; Equipment purchase unless part of a community outreach program; Athletic events; Memorial grants; Athletic teams, bands and choirs; Organizations that advocate religious beliefs or restrict participation on the basis of religion; Groups or organizations that will re-grant the foundation's gift to other organizations or individuals; Scouting groups; Private elementary and secondary schools; Requests to support travel; Grant requests for production of audio, film or video; Multi-year pledge requests; and Non-domestic (international) causes.

Application Instructions: The Foundation accepts online LOI and proposals ONLY.  Application instructions are available on the website.  The 2013 grantmaking calendar has not yet been finalized.  The website will be updated in late December/early January.

 

Best Method of Contact: 
Other
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Youth Development
Environment
Health Care
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: One of Albertsons Market Core Values is "Individually and collectively, we pledge to be active and responsible citizens of our communities."  Albertsons Market proudly supports non-profit organizations in the communities where it does business with cash and products donated through our division offices and our stores.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Community Partners Program; Donations and Charitable Events; Hunger Relief; Youth & Education; Health & Nutrition; Environmental Stewardship

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Community Partners Program:  The program is a way to reward organizations in the community for shopping at Albertsons.  Organization supporters use a key tag when shopping at Albertsons Market to earn credit for the Organization. 1-5% back per quarter.

Donations and Charitable Events:  Small charitable contributions, products and/or in-kind donations.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Albertsons Market supports 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organizations that are charitable in nature and schools within its areas of operation.  As a general rule, Albertsons Market charitable contributions are not used for general operating costs, unless organizations are part of the Community Partners Program.  List of restrictions available online for donations.  Albertsons Market contributes at the regional and local level with product or in-kind donations.  For donations, if your organization promotes hunger relief, youth and education, recycling , and/or food and nutrition, and your event does not fall into the list of restrictions, Albertsons Market is happy to review your request and determine if it can partner with you on an event.

Application Instructions: Community Partner Application online.  Event and donation request guidelines and form online.

Notes: To navigate the website, click on the "In the Community" under the "Our Company" tab to find Community Partners Program and donation request information.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 20
Boise
Idaho
83726-0020
Phone: 
(877) 932-7948
Email: 
donations[at]albertsonsllc[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$35,000
Program Funding Area: 
Youth Development
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Social Science
Public Societal Benefit
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations
Children & Youth

Mission/Giving Statement: The purpose of the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation is to encourage the study, teaching and research into the science and art of self-government, to the end that the American People may understand the fundamental principles of democracy and be guided thereby in shaping governmental policies. To that end, the Foundation supports programs and activities that will result in an increased understanding by the public of the beneifts of individual freedom and civic and personal responsibility, and the corresponding threat to liberty posed by a lack of informed, active participation by citizens at all levels of government.

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions: Programs and activities that provide involvement in the political process and functions of government, such as mock trials, mock political conventions, mock legislative sessions, and governmental internships, as well as conferences and seminars on relevant public policy issues. Lecture series, seminars, academic contests and other educational programs for young people, educators, professionals and other societal leaders on the relevant principles of American Democratic Self-Government; and Other programs and activities that, in the opinion of the Trustees, meet the obligations of the Foundation's Statement of Purpose (Mission/Giving Statement).

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Grants are made to selected schools, colleges, universitites, and other qualified tax-exempt organizations. The Foundation also considers requests for challenge grants.

Application Instructions: Letter of Inquiry and grant application instructions online.

Notes: Foundation grants are generally restricted to TX, NM, OK, LA, AR, KS, NE, MO.

Best Method of Contact: 
Letter of Inquiry
Mailing Address: 
325 North Saint Paul Street, Suite 3920
Dallas
Texas
75201
Phone: 
(214) 220-2128
Email: 
info[at]hattonsumners[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Hugh C. Akin
Title: 
Executive Director
Primary Contact Email: 
hugh[at]hattonsumners[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$2,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Youth Development
Health Care
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth

Mission/Giving Statement: New Mexico Children's Foundation is a grant-making body with the mission of supporting programs and projects that serve the physical, mental, educational and social needs of children and their families, providing donors with the opportunity to consider the total needs of children.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Children

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: The Foundation's charitable funds are available to 501(c)(3) nonprofit New Mexico children's organizations with budgets under $300,000. Requests must not exceed $5,000, can be for only three successive years and operating expenses are considered.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions and deadlines online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 8182
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87504-4139
Phone: 
(505) 986-2043
Fax: 
(505) 946-4139
Email: 
info[at]NewMexicoChildrensFoundation[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$5,000
Program Funding Area: 
Human Services
Health Care
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth
Women & Girls

Mission/Giving Statement: To support nonprofits providing or supporting family planning, sex education, reproductive rights, and teen pregnancy prevention. The foundation also supports work on end of life issues, healthy sustainable farming and has become interested in health care reform.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Family Planning; Sex Education; Teen Pregnancy Prevention; Reproductive Right; Healthy Sustainable Farming/Food Growing

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
8234 Raintree Drive NE
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87122-1333
Phone: 
(505) 275-1827
Phone2: 
(505) 220-6185
Fax: 
(505) 275-1827
Primary Contact Name: 
Carol Tucker Trelease
Title: 
Executive Director
Primary Contact Email: 
CarolTT[at]aol[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Program Funding Area: 
Unknown (Other)
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: To give to 501(c)(3) organizations.

Notes:  The Abeles Foundation makes gifts to organizations in New Mexico based on their interactions living within the community.  They request not to receive any solicitations. 

Mailing Address: 
3730 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87505-4573
Fax: 
(505) 984-2040
Primary Contact Name: 
Richard Abeles
Title: 
President
Primary Contact Email: 
rick[at]abeles[dot]net
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
www.nmarts.org
Average Grant Size: 
$8,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: To preserve, enhance and develop the Arts in New Mexico through partnerships, public awareness, and education; and to enrich the quality of life for present and future generations.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Arts in Social Service; Arts Learning in Schools and In Community; Arts Projects  A, B, and C; Arts Trails; Colleges, Universities and Government Entities; Economic and Entrepreneurial Development; Community Arts A and B; Local Art Councils and Service Organizations; Major Cultural Organizations; Traditional Folk Art Projects

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions: 

Arts in Social Service: Funding supports arts organizations or social service organizations for arts-based projects that focus on addressing social issues with a primary purpose of reaching specific populations (people who are incarcerated, homeless, abused, ill, etc.) or fosters artistic activity that formally encourages civic dialogues on important social issues (the environment, crime, etc.).

Arts Learning in Schools and In Community: New Mexico Arts offers two grant categories for arts education projects with K-12 school-age children: Arts Learning in Schools and Arts Learning in Community.  Charter schools and 501 (c) (3) private schools and 501 (c) (3) organizations may apply for themselves.  Public schools must apply through the parent-teacher organization if that organization is a 501 (c) (3) or through the school district.

Arts Projects A, B, & C: Funding supports organizations for arts activities in the following discipline areas: performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, media arts, multidisciplinary arts (involving more than one artistic discipline), and interdisciplinary arts (relating two or more artistic disciplines).

Arts Trails: Is an art and economic development initiative designed to put New Mexico artists on the map and bring the market to artisans and enterprises statewide.  The Arts Trails Program seeks to provide visibility for New Mexico artists so that they can be productive as artists and increase the sales of their work while continuing to live in their current communities.  The trails are a way to market the outstanding quality, vibrancy, and diversity of the arts in New Mexico to the rest of the world, bringing recognition and beneficial economic development to New Mexico communities rich in artistic traditions and expressions.

Colleges, Universities, and Government Entities: Funding supports colleges and universities, local and county governments, and Indian tribal government entities for arts activities in the following discipline areas: performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, media arts, multidisciplinary arts (involving more than one artistic discipline), and interdisciplinary arts (relating two or more artistic disciplines).

Economic and Entrepreneurial Development: Projects and partnerships support the economic development of communities and their artists. Such projects and programs include arts-based cultural tourism activities (such as the support or development of studio art tours), and economic opportunities and training for artists (such as business training and market development).

Community Arts A and B:  Community Arts A: Organizations with an actual last fiscal year unrestricted income of $40,000 to $99,999 excluding in-kind contributions; Community Arts B: Organizations with actual last fiscal year unrestricted income of up to $39,999, excluding in-kind contributions. Community Arts funding can be for a single event or an organization’s entire season, artistic and administrative salary support, and/or general operating support.

Local Arts Councils and Service Organizations: This category supports local arts councils that are incorporated tax-exempt organizations or agencies of government or Indian tribal entities and tax-exempt service organizations that provide services to artists, arts organizations, or in the field of arts education.

Major Cultural Organizations: Funding supports organizations with IRS 501 (c) (3) status for arts activities in the following discipline areas: performing arts, visual arts, literary arts, media arts, multidisciplinary arts (involving more than one artistic discipline), and interdisciplinary arts (relating two or more artistic disciplines).

Traditional Folk Arts Projects: Funding supports organizations, Indian tribal government entities, local governments, and universities whose programs further, showcase, and help to perpetuate the various traditional arts practiced in the State of New Mexico.
 

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: New Mexico Arts provides operational grants. Federal 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations, units of government, schools, colleges, universtities, and Indian tribal government entities with offices in New Mexico are eligible to apply. Matching funds and public presentation component required. Other restrictions in guidelines online.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions and deadlines online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Other
Mailing Address: 
Bataan Memorial BuildingA
407 Galisteo Street, Suite 270
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87501
Phone: 
(505) 827-6490
Phone2: 
(800) 879-4278
Fax: 
(505) 827-6043
Primary Contact Name: 
Jenice Gharib
Title: 
Grants Manager
Primary Contact Email: 
JeniceE.Gharib[at]state[dot]nm[dot]us
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
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