Con Alma Health Foundation grants focus on ensuring that all people have full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives. To that end, the Foundation awards grants each year to support nonprofits’ efforts to improve their communities’ health.
Multi-Year Grants, building alliance and capacity to address access and polices that advance health equity and impact underserved populations (Year two of three continuation funding for 4 grants, totaling $200,000)
We congratulate the 2019 Multi-Year Grant Recipients!
Generation Justice ($50,000) for innovative approaches that harness the power of media using inter-generational positive youth development in creating media campaigns focused on narratives based on truth, analysis and hope, and that shifts media narratives to health equity and systems change
New Energy Economy ($50,000) to build the capacity of Four-corner residents to conduct a health impact assessment as an advocacy tool for community-driven transition planning that raises the voices of workers and residents impacted by the San Juan Generating Station and mine’s imminent closure
New Mexico Voices for Children ($50,000) to inform the public about proposed changes to and impacts of Medicaid on the health and economic security of New Mexicans by building community partnerships, conducting research and analysis, showcasing project findings and leveraging media to raise visibility
Santa Fe Community College ($50,000) to develop the Licensed Practical Nurse Career Pathway, a nursing program at Capitol High School as well as support for establishing a core curriculum and sustainable model for other high schools in New Mexico