Valencia County

Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
www.intel.com/community
Average Grant Size: 
$2,500
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Science & Technology
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Sandoval County
Valencia County
Populations Served: 
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: Together, Intel and the Intel Foundation foster educational opportunities and quality of life improvements for communities in which they have a major presence. By developing programs, exercising leadership, and providing funding for grants, Intel: Fuels innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM); Empowers girls and women; Inspires underserved youth; Engages with our communities. Through these efforts Intel works to increase opportunities for all—especially girls and underrepresented populations—in STEM education and related careers.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education; Empowering Girls & Women; Additional Programs.

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education:  This is the Intel Foundation's primary giving focus. Intel has a strong interest in supporting K–12, higher education and community programs that deliver the kind of educational opportunities that all students will need to prepare themselves to succeed in the 21st century. Intel vigorously supports education through grants for programs that advance STEM, particularly for women and underserved populations.

Transforming the Lives of Women & Girls: Intel supports programs that elevate women and girls’ status through education, tech use, and entrepreneurial skills.

Additional Programs: Intel will support additional programs that improve the quality of life in its site communities. These requests will be evaluated on the basis of the services offered and the program's: Impact on the community; Its focus on diversity and multiculturalism; Its impact on the youth of our community; The cost-effectiveness of the program; and Its ability to be effectively measured and replicated; and The potential for Intel employee involvement.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Intel sites typically will not fund: Programs outside the site community; Endowment or capital-improvement campaigns; Unrestricted gifts to national or international organizations; Sectarian or denominational religious organizations; Foundations that are strictly grant-making bodies; Private schools; Organizations that practice discrimination; Sporting events or teams; Health care organizations; Arts organizations; Special occasion goodwill advertising; Fundraising activities or events; Individuals, travel or tours; School extra-curricular activities/clubs; General operating expenses; or Debt-retirement for organizations.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions available online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
4100 Sara Road
Rio Rancho
New Mexico
87124
Email: 
Email communication available via online form.
Primary Contact Name: 
Ron Eppes
Title: 
Community Relations Manager
Primary Contact Phone: 
(505) 794-4053
Primary Contact Email: 
ron[dot]d[dot]eppes[at]intel[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$8,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Youth Development
Environment
Human Services
Health Care
Mental Health & Crisis Intervention
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Bernalillo County
Sandoval County
Torrance County
Valencia County
Populations Served: 
All Populations
Children & Youth
Urban

Mission/Giving Statement: Build, invest and manage the endowment to enhance the quality of our community through informed strategic grantmaking.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Arts & Culture; Education; Environmental & Historic Preservation; Health; Human Services

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Arts & Culture: Grants support programs that increase opportunities to participate in, and/or learn about, the arts of diverse cultures with a priority on the low-income and/or at-risk children and youth populations

Education: Grants support programs for early childhood and adult learning experiences including literacy, parental involvement programs and vocational/career training

Environmental & Historic Preservation: Grants support the preservation of historic resources, conservation of natural land and wildlife and education programs with an  emphasis on K-12 education programs and/or projects with strong community involvement

Health: Grants support access to quality health care (including mental health) for uninsured, underinsured and medically underserved adults and children

Human Services: Grants support programs assisting vulnerable populations including at-risk children/youth; aid for people in transition or who are homeless to become self-sufficient; and nurture families

Types of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Grants are made to support, strengthen, and sustain an organization’s programs that address the needs of our community with an emphasis on underserved and at-risk populations. 

Application Instructions Grant application guidelines online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
PO Box 25266
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87125-5266
Phone: 
(505) 883-6240
Fax: 
(505) 883-3629
Email: 
foundation[at]albuquerquefoundation[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Nancy Johnson
Title: 
Program Director
Primary Contact Email: 
nancy[at]albuquerquefoundation[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
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