All Together NM Fund
The All Together NM Fund has been established by the Governor’s office in conjunction with the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations to help New Mexico respond to and eventually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fund will be used to address immediate needs and offer long-term support for the recovery work that lies ahead.
The New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations will coordinate the fund. Its members include: Albuquerque Community Foundation, Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico, Santa Fe Community Foundation and Taos Community Foundation. These organizations will, in turn, work with the broader philanthropic community across New Mexico and consult with the State of New Mexico to determine the most urgent needs to be addressed though grantmaking from the All Together NM Fund.
Please note, this application is NOT for micro-business grants. Those grants are being disbursed by the four Entrepreneurial Support Organizations listed below. The first-round of the micro-entrepreneurial grants are being limited to micro-entrepreneurial businesses with an existing relationship with one of the four.
DreamSpring – Outside ABQ Metro area focus
WESST – Outside ABQ Metro area focus
NM Community Capital – Native Focus
Rio Grande Community Development Corp (RGCDC) – Las Cruces/Southern region focus
For more information, contact the Entrepreneurial Support Organizations directly.
All Together NM
The Fund will address immediate needs in New Mexico communities, including:
Organizations providing basic and emergency food and shelter needs to our most at-risk individuals and communities.
Organizations providing immediate and increased access to physical, mental and behavioral health services and/or organizations increasing access to COVID-19 related medical supplies such as PPEs.
Organizations supporting early childhood needs as they relate to: providing child care for essential workers; ensuring open childcare centers remain safe and healthy environments; and/or providing necessary materials (from diapers to learning devices) for children.