Community Endowment for Youth Sports- Application Cycle to re-open Late Summer or Early Fall

For information about our general grant processes, please visit About the Los Alamos Community Foundation:  Established in 2015, the focus of the Los Alamos Community Foundation is to improve the quality of life in our community by inspiring, facilitating and supporting enduring philanthropy, and building the capacity and success of our local nonprofit organizations.

LACF 2019 Year in Review

In 2019, the Los Alamos Community Foundation: Celebrated the close of our Founding Members giving society (2016-19). We couldn’t be more grateful to the 58 donors who provided startup capital to get the foundation off the ground. Our pledge is to continue to make you proud! Announced the start of our next giving society: Community

Press Release: Marketing and Communications Workshop

[Los Alamos]—  Los Alamos Community Foundation will offer the next in-depth training workshop to help local nonprofits build their capacity in core areas in 2019-2020. Is your non-profit organization looking to set or reset its marketing and communications plan? The Los Alamos Community Foundation, in partnership with The Center for Nonprofit Excellence, offers an in-depth

Press Release: Non-Profit Training Program Announced

[Los Alamos]—  Los Alamos Community Foundation will offer three in-depth training workshops to help local nonprofits build their capacity in core areas in 2019-2020. Each session will be approximately three hours long and is ideal for a 2-3 member team comprised of both staff and board members per organization.  Nonprofits will leave each workshop with

Matt Schmidt Joins Los Alamos Community Foundation Finance And Investment Committee

Los Alamos Community Foundation announces the addition of Matt Schmidt to its Finance and Investment Committee. Schmidt is president and CEO of the Los Alamos Schools Credit Union, a role he has had since 2007. “I’m excited to guide, assist and provide additional oversight to our Community Foundation and the funds that many community members

June 13, 2019 – Rise of the “B” Corp (and What it Means for Nonprofits)

Rise of the “B” Corp (and What it Means for Nonprofits) Thursday, June 13, 20195:00 – 6:00pmRoom 505, Building 5, UNM-LARegister: Free “B” Corps represent a movement of entrepreneurs who are proud of their organization’s positive impact, whether it is improving the livelihoods of their workers, strengthening their communities, or revolutionizing current green practices.

2019 Annual Conference for Nonprofits

Annual Conference for NonprofitsClarifying and Enhancing Board of Director RolesMay 10, 2019Location:  UNM-LA, Building 2, Room 230 The Los Alamos Community Foundation invites you to attend its 2019 Annual Conference for Nonprofits. Our theme this year will be on the topic of Board Development.  This session will be held on Friday, May 10, 2019 at

May 3, 2019 – Getting Your Ducks in a Row to Apply for Grants

Getting Your Ducks in a Row to Apply for Grants Friday, May 3, 201911:00am-2:00pmPig and Fig Café (11 Sherwood Blvd, White Rock, NM)Buffet lunch IncludedCost: $100Register here: The Los Alamos Community Foundation will provide a 2/3 subsidy for the first eight participants that register.  The event is limited to 25 participants. Included in the

LACF 2018 Year in Review

Funds: Total number of endowed funds increased from two to five Total types of funds increased from two (internal and agency) to four (donor designated and field of interest); and the first donor advised fund is on the near horizon Donor portals were added for fund holders through new Foundant database, providing access to fund