Another Way Forward: Grassroots Solutions from New Mexico

May 21, 2018

“Another Way Forward: Grassroots Solutions from New Mexico” recognizes that the Power of Partnerships with local government, nonprofit organizations, and social entrepreneurs reveals an alternative path to community and economic development.

We are highlighting various partnerships among inspiring nonprofit organizations and local leaders who share their secrets of success and tips on how grass roots projects can make a difference at the local level. These community-led solutions cultivate meaningful, lasting changes. We are proud to partner with nonprofit organizations, both past and present, including:

  • Farm to Table
  • First Choice Community Health Care
  • Hidalgo Medical Services
  • Nacimiento Community Foundation
  • New Mexico Acequia Association
  • New Mexico Community Health Worker Association
  • NM Association of Community Partners
  • NM Farmers Marketing Association
  • NM Primary Care Association
  • Partnership for Community Action
  • Prosperity Works
  • Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Health
  • Southwest Creation Collaborative
  • Southwest Organizing Project
  • Think New Mexico

Join us in celebrating New Mexico’s innovative, grassroots solutions to tough problems facing our communities. As the largest private foundation dedicated solely to health in New Mexico, Con Alma Health Foundation recognizes the power of partnership in addressing community needs. We support identifying, preserving and sharing traditional practices and strengths of New Mexico’s diverse communities that help improve health for all.

Learn more on how you can help make a difference in your community:

Con Alma Health Foundation - The Heart and Soul of Health in New Mexico

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