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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
1 week ago
Guidelines: 2021 Actos de Confianza

National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures: 2021 Actos de Confianza COVID-19 Relief Effort

The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) recognizes the continual compounding impact that the COVID-19 public health pandemic is having on the Latinx artistic communities and greater Latinx populations in the United States and Puerto Rico. In April 2020, NALAC launched its first iteration of emergency relief support and was able to carry out four cycles of relief funding.

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Overview of NALAC’s Relief Efforts The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) recognizes the continual compounding impact that the COVID-19 public health pandemic is having on the Latinx artistic communities and greater Latinx populations in the United States and Puerto Rico. In ...

1 week ago
Movemeant - Covid 19 Relief Grants

Movemeant: Financial Relief Grants for Fitness and Wellness Instructors

Movemeant is awarding COVID-19 Relief Grants to fitness and wellness instructors. Grants are awarded based on varying criteria. This includes everything from timelines and feasibility of business ideas, to efficiency in execution of business plans, to anticipated levels of impact that can be generated from online instructional work.

Funds can be used for, but are not limited to, some of the following items:

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We are awarding Covid-19 Relief Grants to fitness and wellness instructors. With these grants, we'll grant financial assistance up to $1,000 to teachers and instructors who are implementing new resources for their new digital business ideas.Grants are awarded based on varying criteria. This includes...

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New Mexico Oil & Gas Association: Brighter Future Fund

Deadline: February 18, 2021

The New Mexico Oil & Gas Association (NMOGA) is a statewide coalition of oil and natural gas stakeholders dedicated to promoting the safe and environmentally responsible development of New Mexico’s oil and natural gas resources. NMOGA has partnered with the Albuquerque Community Foundation (ACF) on the Brighter Future Fund to ensure its philanthropic funds are invested strategically in communities throughout ... See more

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4 days ago
NATIVE AMERICAN RELIEF FUND

New Mexico Foundation: Native American Relief Fund

The Native American Relief Fund is offering a third round of funding. The Fund will provide emergency grants to tribal communities and non-profit ... See more

The New Mexico Foundation (NMF) launched the Native American Relief Fund (NARF) on April 20, 2020 to respond to the threat of the coronavirus pandemic on New Mexico Tribes, Nations, Pueblos, and ... 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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