Here are some funders that Pueblos can look to for additional project/program funding.
The mission of the Laguna Community Foundation is to generate resources and charitable support for initiatives that strengthen the Pueblo of Laguna.
LANL Foundation’s competitive grants support schools, school districts, non-profits, Pueblos, Nations, and tribal communities in the Foundation’s seven-county service area of Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, San Miguel, Santa Fe, and Taos counties. Our competitive grants support various projects that provide innovative community and school-based programming, collaboration, and advocacy for lifelong learning.
Native Americans in Philanthropy is a Native-led organization reshaping the philanthropic sector. By applying Indigenous values, such as reciprocity and intergenerational support, we can build more respectful, meaningful, and trusting relationships in philanthropy.
For 40 years, the New Mexico Foundation (NMF) has worked to improve the quality of life for all residents of New Mexico. The only statewide foundation, NMF, was started in 1983 by a small group of dedicated and visionary volunteers who believed in the power of Philanthropy as a tool for inspiring creative, community-based change and prosperity.
The Santa Fe Community Foundation is committed to Native philanthropy by partnering with Native-led organizations, supporting systems and practices that empower Native people, and addressing inequities in the sector.
These organizations have worked with Chamiza in the past. We highly recommend their services. Please visit their website for additional information.
The Grant Plant is dedicated to providing superior and affordable resource development services that improve the quality of life in the communities that our clients serve.
To connect, strengthen, and advocate for New Mexico’s social sector while unleashing its full potential.