Call for Education & Community Grants Application
ESPAÑOLA, NM — The LANL Foundation is now accepting applications for $2,500 funding within its small grants program. Deadline to apply is September 15, 2019.
Two types of grants are offered to nonprofit organizations, Pueblos, schools or education programs. Education Outreach Grants directly support public school children in grades K–12. Community Outreach Grants meet the Foundation’s mission and vision of innovative programming, collaboration and advocacy for lifelong learning but need not be tied directly to K–12 public education. Early childhood and adult programs, basic needs, family and community support programs and some community events fall within the category of community funding.
Public school districts, nonprofit New Mexico educational institutions, IRS-qualified 501(c)(3) organizations, government agencies and Pueblo/Tribal communities may be eligible to receive grants and must serve one or more of the seven Northern New Mexico counties of Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe or Taos.
Grantees have one full year to spend the money and submit a final report to the LANL Foundation.
This is the second of two yearly grantmaking cycles offered by the LANL Foundation. In the first half of the year, 51 programs were awarded Small Grants totaling $121,263.31.
Application forms, instructions and additional information may be found at www.lanlfoundation.org/grants.
For more information, contact: LANL Foundation Grants Manager Sylvan Argo at 505-753-8890, ext 120 or email@example.com, or Grants Administrator Susanne Miller at 505-753-8890, ext 118 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the LANL Foundation (www.lanlfoundation.org.)
Since 1997, the Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has worked to inspire excellence in education and learning in Northern New Mexico through innovative programming, collaboration and advocacy. By investing in human potential, the Foundation’s vision is that all New Mexicans have the skills and confidence they need to be self-sufficient, lifelong learners who are engaged in their communities. Programs in early childhood, K–12 education with support of teacher professional development and STEM inquiry, scholarships and education and community grants serve Northern New Mexico communities primarily in Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe and Taos counties.