Investing in Our Neighborhood


UWNCNM has awarded $2,059,687 in grants to 60 health and human service agencies in four counties as a result of its annual Community Investment process to foster stronger communities. In addition, $250,000 was awarded to 19 nonprofit organizations in Santa Fe County.

Visit our Santa Fe County page for the 2023-2024 funded Santa Fe grantee list 

UWNCNM collaborates with hundreds of community partners to focus and align our community around a set of shared strategies designed to improve family stability and educational attainment. These two initiatives represent a comprehensive approach to improving outcomes for children, youth, and families at scale. We have three grant categories that support our initiatives:

1) Impact Grants that focus on education/youth development and family stability.
2) Basic Needs Grants support emergent needs, such as food and emergency shelter.
3) Capacity Building Grants improve a nonprofit’s ability to fulfill its mission.

Click the following link for information on FEMA–>> Emergency Food and Shelter Grant

United Way of North Central New Mexico tackles systemic problems affecting families and children in our five-county community. We rally community support, provide comprehensive resources and raise funds to increase family stability and educational attainment. When every family and every child has the chance to thrive, our community has a stronger, brighter future. 

2023-2024 Grant Cycle Information

Click the links below to learn about our updated grant cycle process.

For current awardees who have questions, and for all who have questions about our journey and this year’s cycle, please contact Sarah Ehrhart.


Click the links below to learn about our updated grant cycle process.

If you have questions, please reach out to the Santa Fe Area Director Leticia Bernal.


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