All Together NM 2022 RFP Is Open

(LACF News) – The All Together NM Fund will award emergency grants to nonprofit organizations providing relief to New Mexico communities affected by the 2022 wildfires. New Mexico nonprofits and federally-recognized tribes are encouraged to apply today. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and all funding will be for core operating support. In
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LACF Spring 2022 Grant Cycle Opens April 1

(LACF News) – The Los Alamos Community Foundation announces its Spring 2022 grantmaking cycle, and invites 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations located in Los Alamos County to submit a grant application under any of the following funding categories: Discretionary Grants: Nonprofits can request up to $5,000 to fund projects that increase the overall financial health of the
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Endowment to Support Youth Sports now in its Second Year of Grant Giving

(LACF News) – Reminiscing about the importance of competitive sports in the growth and maturity of their children and their friends sparked in Paul and Jill Cook a special project in 2019. In collaboration with the Los Alamos Community Foundation, they decided to create an endowment that would provide perpetual financial support to further youth
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LACF To Host Seminar on “HR Policies, Hybrid Work, and Technology – Oh My!”

(LACF News) – Technology is increasingly woven into our lives and the day-to-day of business. How can organizations effectively manage teleworking employees? How can you modernize your HR-related recordkeeping, and keep documents with sensitive personnel information digitally secure? Los Alamos Community Foundation is offering an interactive virtual workshop on March 15, from 9:00 am to 12:00
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LACF Announces Resignation of Executive Director

(LACF News) – After four years leading the organization through a period of record growth and development, the Board of Directors of the Los Alamos Community Foundation announced today that Rachel Kizielewicz has resigned as Executive Director. Kizielewicz’s resignation is effective May 31, 2022 to provide an ample search and transition period. “This past summer,
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LACF To Host Free Seminar On Trends in Community Philanthropy

(LACF News) – Los Alamos Community Foundation invites you to join a robust discussion on why philanthropy matters for a healthy community. Topics include trends and concepts in community philanthropy and the application of these trends within our local context. We will examine collective generosity and illuminate the “why” of philanthropy for Los Alamos as
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Diversity Equity and Inclusion Practices for Nonprofit Organizations

(LACF News) – Diversity, equity, and inclusion are inherently interrelated, but are also distinct concepts. DEI matters in the workplace, especially in New Mexico where we have many diverse populations, and our work often involves community engagement that will impact diverse communities. The Los Alamos Community Foundation is offering a free interactive virtual workshop on
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