NNMHGG Grantees

The Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group helps serve the unmet healthcare needs of the people of Los Alamos, Rio Arriba, and northern Santa Fe counties through a partnership between the Con Alma Health Foundation and the Hospital Auxiliary for Los Alamos Medical Center.


NNMHGG Grantee History 01/05/2017

Since 2004, the Northern New Mexico Health Grant Group has awarded over $1.6 million to nonprofits servicing Los Alamos, Rio Arriba and Northern Santa Fe 

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2016 Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group Grant Recipients 11/16/2016

Con Alma Health Foundation award grants each year to support nonprofits’ efforts to improve their community’s health. Our investments focus on ensuring that all people 

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2015 NNMHGG Grant Recipients 12/09/2015

Congratulations to the recipients of 2015 Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group grants! Amigos del Valle ($15,000) to provide in-home services, including transportation, information and 

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2014 NNMHGG Grant Recipients 11/10/2014

Con Alma Health Foundation administers the fourteen grants made by the Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group in 2014.

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2013 NNMHGG Grant Recipients 11/01/2013

Congratulations to the recipients of 2013 Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group grants! (click the link in the grantee’s name to see their website!) Alzheimer’s 

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2012 NNMHGG Grant Recipients 10/31/2012

Congratulations to the recipients of 2012 Northern New Mexico Health Grants Group grants! (click the link in the grantee’s name to see their website!) Boys 

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2011 NNMHGG Grant Recipients 10/31/2011

“We are proud to support and partner with these organizations to help fulfill our mission to improve the health status and access to health for 

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