May 6, 2024

Grant Watch: Week Ending in 5/3/2024

The Grant Plant routinely reviews funder websites and notices and is pleased to share some upcoming opportunities with you. 

2024 Piñon Awards, May 10, 2024 by 5:00 PM 

Organizations and individuals may be nominated for the 2024 Pinon Awards in the Santa Fe Community. Award categories include: 

  • Courageous Innovation Award: an organization that creates new solutions to persistent problems using a sound approach. 
  • Quiet Inspiration Award: an organization that works quietly in the background among a diverse range of people within the community. 
  • Resiliency Award: an organization that builds the resilience of people and communities in a vulnerable situation such as natural disasters, public health crisis, or systemic injustices 
  • Tried & True Award: an organization that has served the community for over a decade with consistent and high quality programs and services. 


Chamiza Foundation, FY 2024 Round 2 Funding Opportunity, May 10, 2024

Chamiza Foundation provides support for programs that relate directly to some aspect of Pueblo culture and traditional lifeways preservation or continuation. The funding priorities include: language preservation and revitalization programs, traditional architecture, sustainable agriculture and traditional methods, traditional arts and crafts, Tribal history, youth education and leadership, and intercultural exchange and education. Eligible applicants include: New Mexico’s 19 Pueblo Indian tribal communities, Ysleta del Sur Pueblo located in El Paso, Texas, member of the All Pueblo, Council of Governors and the 20th Pueblo, Pueblo community leadership, and Non-Pueblo organizations that serve Pueblo communities. These entities must submit a letter of support from the Governor of the Pueblo as evidence that the community has requested their involvement.


New Mexico Human Services Department/Health Care Authority, New Mexico Refugee School Impact Program (RSIP), May 10, 2024

The New Mexico Refugee School Impact Program (RSIP) is a program across New Mexico that supports the programmatic focus of students and families that have been in the US for less than 3 years. Primary focus areas include: summer school programs, school year academic support, family engagement, and case management services. Proposals will be accepted until May 10, 2024. 


How Women Lead, 2024 Grants, May 20, 2024

The How Women Lead is now open for applications. Eligible applicants are providing direct services to 75% or more low income women or girls in the United States OR if you are a Women Leaders for the World Alum serving low-income women or girls. Three grant topics include: (1) Health & Wellness (physical and mental health services and education), (2) Economic Empowerment & Security (financial literacy, career and workforce development), (3) Reproductive Health & Justice (reproductive advocacy, direct services and education). Eligible applicants are 501(c)3 organizations based in the United States, organizations designed for women / providing direct services to 75% women, and the Executive Director identifies as a woman. Awardees will receive $10,000 for general operating expenses. 


Sprouts Farmers Market, Sprouting School Gardens Grant, May 31, 2024

Sprouting School Gardens Grant provides for school garden program operations, program supplies, and educator stipends to help school gardens thrive. Organizations must be schools or 501(c)(3) nonprofits with a presence in cities and communities where Sprouts Farmers Market operates stores in order to apply. This grant program replaces the Neighborhood Grant program. 


The Latham Foundation, Humane Education Grants 2024, June 28, 2024

Latham Foundation for Humane Education is opening their grants in June for FY 2024. Latham grants promote a humane education where people and animals benefit. Priority is set for programs that include innovative humane education programs that reach teenage students as their targeted demographic. Eligible Applicants must be a US program and have a 501c3 status. 


NM Outdoor Equity Fund, Outdoor Recreation Trails+ Grant – New Mexico Outdoor Recreation Division, June 30, 2024 

Projects that support transformative outdoor experiences and foster stewardship and respect for lands, waters, and cultural heritage. This grant program supports projects that enhance communities’ outdoor recreation opportunities. Trails, river parks, wildlife viewing areas, and more contribute to economic development, prosperity, and wellness. Shovel-ready projects are encouraged. Project must show demonstrable benefit to the local community, either by attracting and/or retaining residents or attracting visitors. Awards are $25,000 – $99,999. Required match. 

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