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The NM COVID-19 Funding Resource Center is a partnership led by Pivotal New Mexico, The Grant Plant, and 501(C)PA, to maximize opportunities for New Mexico organizations and agencies to access local, state, and national grants that will help with the state’s recovery and relief.

How Can We Help?

Pivotal New Mexico builds the capacity of New Mexico nonprofit organizations so that they are better resourced to achieve their charitable and social missions.

TGP is an 11-person consultancy that has written more than $150M in funded proposals, with a focus on drawing external resources to the state of New Mexico.

501(C)PA, New Mexico’s only nonprofit CPA firm, provides professional financial management and administrative services exclusively within the nonprofit sector.

News and Updates
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MFA Housing New Mexico

Mortgage Finance Authority: COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program

The COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program will provide qualifying New Mexicans with as much as $1,500 per month for up to three months to pay back rent or mortgage payments and other housing costs. The link to the electronic application will be live on MFA's website on November 2. Paper applications may be requested by calling 505.308.4206 or 866.488.0498.

Applications will be ranked based on household income level or ... See more

  MFA's COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program can help pay your past-due housing payments if you are experiencing a financial hardship because of COVID-19. This page contains all of the information you need to determine if you qualify for assistance and includes instructions on how to apply for...

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BeyGOOD: Black-Owned Small Business Impact Fund

BeyGOOD is on a mission to spread hope. The goal is to provide a life line for small businesses at the epicenter of dual pandemics. BeyGood has teamed up with the NAACP to expand economic opportunity by awarding grants to black-owned small businesses.

Amount: Grants of $10,000 each will be awarded.

Eligibility: Black-owned small businesses.

Deadline: Grants will be awarded on the 15th of each month through the end of 2020.

Link: ... See more

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1 month ago
Small Business Economic Relief Grant

City of Albuquerque: Small Business Economic Relief Grant

The City of Albuquerque Economic Development Department (EDD) seeks to provide financial support to local for-profit small businesses impacted by the public health emergency to reimburse the costs of business interruption caused by required restrictions. The Small Business Economic Relief Grant will support the economic sustainability of Albuquerque small businesses and preserve jobs. Grants will cover payroll, rent, utilities, ... See more

The City of Albuquerque Economic Development Department (EDD) seeks to provide financial support to local small businesses impacted by the public health emergency to reimburse the costs of business interruption caused by required restrictions.

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1 month ago
MFA Housing New Mexico

Mortgage Finance Authority: COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program

The COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program will provide qualifying New Mexicans with as much as $1,500 per month for up to ... See more

  MFA's COVID-19 Housing Cost Assistance Program can help pay your past-due housing payments if you are experiencing a financial hardship because of COVID-19. This page contains all of the ... See more

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About Our Work

The New Mexico COVID Funding Resource Center is a project of Pivotal New Mexico, The Grant Plant, and 501(C)PA, and is generously supported by the Thornburg Foundation and Anchorum. These contributors subsidize services available to our community that has been directly impacted by the COVID crisis. These include our social service providers, our favorite museums, our youth development workers, our animal rescues. They’re the businesses that provide vital safety nets for those most susceptible to negative impacts as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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