New Mexico Community Foundation

Founded in 1983, this Albuquerque-based Foundation makes grants across the state, though most of the funding is distributed in the Rio Grande Valley.  Partnering with community leaders, nonprofit organizations, and donors, the New Mexico Community Foundation (NMCF) works to build rural economies, promote Native leadership, and ensure equality for women and families. With over $22 million in assets, NMCF made over $4.5 million worth of grants in 2011 and has granted more than $50 million over its 30 year history. One of its premier programs, Good Food for New Mexico Families, focuses on rural Native American and Hispano communities and encourages local food production while supporting the local economy and promoting sustainable agriculture.

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