New Mexico Foundation Responds to Communities Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis

Native American Relief Fund

The New Mexico Foundation, in collaboration with local and national funding partners, nonprofits and government partners, launched the Native American Relief Fund to help get resources to the communities most in need. 

This fund will provide emergency grants to tribal communities and non-profit organizations to bring food, water, and other emergency supplies to some of the hardest-hit families and communities impacted by COVID-19 across the Navajo and Apache Nations, and Pueblos of New Mexico. 

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The Foundation is no longer accepting Native American Relief Fund grant requests. The application will re-open when the Foundation raises additional funds.

Vecino, Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fund

The New Mexico Foundation has granted close to $500,000 in emergency grants from our Vecino, Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fund to non-profits and tribes that support communities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Your support will provide funding for food, water, and other emergency needs to New Mexico’s hardest hit areas.

The Vecino grant application will re-open on Monday, March 15, 2021. In this round of funding, we will award grants of up to $10,000 until funds are expended.

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