Groundworks New Mexico, the Con Alma Health Foundation, and the New Mexico Public Health Association are pleased to share the below invitation for organizations working on health equity efforts in New Mexico to submit a brief sharing their work to inform three indepth discussions to advance health equity in New Mexico:
Dear Community Partner,
The COVID-19... Read Article
Con Alma Health Foundation, a member and partner of Groundworks, invites nonprofits working to improve health in New Mexico to apply for a grant.
Con Alma Health Foundation’s 2022 Grant Cycle is now open, and will close Thursday, June 30th, 2022 at midnight 12 a.m. Con Alma provides grants to eligible nonprofits whose work incorporates an equity and social justice lens to... Read Article
Related to: Technology
The New Mexico Broadband Equity Fund, managed by New Mexico Foundation in partnership with the New Mexico Broadband Collective will begin accepting applications on Friday, April 1st 2022. This fund will award grants of up to $75,000 to nonprofit organizations, Tribes, Nations, and Pueblos, organizations with a fiscal sponsor, and eligible local government entities... Read Article
Native American Recovery Fund Zone Grant Makes 12 Grants Supporting Native-led Projects Across New MexicoApr 1 2022
Related to: Collaboration
The New Mexico Foundation, in partnership with Groundworks NM and local, regional, and national foundations, awarded grants to 12 Native-led organizations in Phase 1 of the Native American Recovery Fund Zone Grant (NARFZG).
This is a unique funding structure supporting Native-led recovery projects in the following areas: Family Economic Security, Health... Read Article
Related to: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Related to: Leadership
In honor of International Women’s Day, we would like to celebrate three women striving to make a difference in the New Mexico social sector: Barrett Brewer, Vanessa Roanhorse, and Sarah Ghiorse.
Barrett Brewer founded the Grant County Community Foundation in Silver City, NM. She established the first Mobile... Read Article
We are excited to welcome Revathi A-Davidson, Rodney Prunty, and Johanna Nelson who joined our Board of Directors in January of this year.
Revathi A-Davidson, MA (Vanderbilt University); MPH (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is a retired healthcare and hospital administrator who had a long career at Presbyterian Healthcare Services in Albuquerque, NM. At... Read Article
Related to: Advocacy, Related to: Collaboration
NMPHA is looking for New Mexico-based community-driven and/or academic posters and sessions that share advances in social determinants of health, public health, racial healing, health equity, and environmental justice in any of the following modalities: programs, practice, policy, and/or research methods. CEUs will be offered for select... Read Article
We are excited to work with the Building Movement Project (BMP) to launch a survey that aims to collect insights on the challenges and capacity supports available to nonprofit leaders as they pursue their organization’s mission. If you haven't done so already, please share your thoughts, experiences, challenges, and needs as a nonprofit executive.
HOW: Complete the survey at... Read Article
Related to: Human Resources
Groundworks New Mexico is offering a FREE workshop for nonprofits to learn about the new NM Sick Leave law on Thursday, March 10 from 12:00pm - 12:30pm.
New Mexico's sick leave law is going into effect in July of this year. Are you ready?
Kari Sutton will lead the training; key takeaways from this session are:Understanding who is... Read Article
We at Groundworks New Mexico would like to share our thanks to our members and our social sector community for their tireless work on behalf of communities in New Mexico.
We invite colleagues in our New Mexico social sector to join our growing member community. Membership with Groundworks New Mexico provides your organization with resources, capacity building opportunities,... Read Article