Funding Partners: COVID-19 Relief for Immigrant Communities in New Mexico

Jan 27, 2021

Con Alma Health Foundation thanks our funding and community partners for their support of the COVID-19 Relief for Immigrant Communities in New Mexico Project. With the generosity of our partners, we were able to leverage over $1.4 million in funds to support both relief and recovery efforts including direct assistance for New Mexicans who are immigrants, and recovery efforts to create awareness about the structural barriers to their well-being.

Funding Partners:  W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, Hispanic Federation, Hispanics In Philanthropy, Santa Fe Community Foundation, Thornburg Foundation, Doris Goodwin Walbridge Foundation, New Mexico Foundation, Chicago Partners, Jewish Federation of New Mexico, National Latino Behavioral Association, NewMexicoWomen.Org, Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico, and the Grant County Community Foundation. Community Partners: New Mexico Association of Grantmakers and the New Mexico Health Equity Partnership



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