Madrid Food ProgramPar Madrid Food Program May 2022
Food 4 Kids - The Food DepotPar Awesome Foundation Santa Fe January 2022
Empty Stocking FundPar Awesome Foundation Santa Fe December 2021
Leonora Curtin Honor GardenPar Jordan Young, Executive Director October 2021
Solace Rapid Response Revolving FundPar Maria Jose Rodriguez Cadiz August 2021
Student Literacy Contest, "The Book Cover Contest"Par Rayna Dineen February 2021
Hope & Comfort FundPar Marcos Zubia October 2020
The Food Depot's COVID-19 Crisis SupportPar The Food Depot June 2020
After The StormPar Elizabeth Delfs March 2020
PosoladaPar Yvette Serrano October 2019
Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante Car Seat ProjectPar Michelle Vignery May 2019
Tickets for Teachers at 2019 IFAM Santa FePar Connie Nunez March 2019
Fall 2018 Expanding Your Horizons ConferencePar Lina S Germann August 2018
Street Homeless Animal ProjectPar Irene Webb July 2018
Girls on the Run Santa Fe, Inc.Par Alice Temple March 2018
Tooling Up at the Railyard ParkPar Christy Lee Downs December 2017
Keep Madrid's Pets HealthyPar Nancy Hack October 2017
Parkinson's Action FundPar Karen St. Clair June 2017
Foster FriendsPar Jessica Jenkins January 2017
Playschool of the Arts for KidsPar Maddy Mahony December 2016
Indoor Playroom RemodelPar Kehala Two Bulls July 2016
Literacy Volunteers of Santa FePar Patrick J. Carr, Board Vice-President May 2016
Buddy BenchesPar Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Fe/Del Norte December 2015
Santa Fe Prom ClosetPar Rennae Ross October 2015
The Horse Shelter DiariesPar Donna Wells June 2015
CAMP ADOBE 101Par Shelley Horton-Trippe May 2015
STORYBOOK PRODUCTIONSPar cindy turner December 2014
Reading is MagicPar Rayna Dineen May 2014
The Santa Fe chapter of the Awesome Foundation is currently on hiatus and not accepting grant applications at this time. We will announce when the next grant cycle opens on our chapter page.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Please note: The chapter will ONLY consider those projects that can be fully funded with the $1,000 grant. If you are working with a larger budget, think of a specific, creative stand-alone element that the $1,000 can fully fund. Keep this in mind when you provide a detailed budget and timeline for your project. Thank you.
WHAT WE DON'T FUND - PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING. It's very important as we will not consider grant applications for:
~ Creating, publishing, or marketing your book
~ Small business loans
~ Travel expenses or business start up costs
~ Living expenses or purchases for personal use, stipends, car or home repairs, studio rental, etc.
~ Projects that are not based in Santa Fe. We invest locally.
~ Projects that do not provide a proposed budget and a timeline.
WHAT WE DO FUND
Our chapter is interested in funding projects with micro-grants of $1,000 that will enhance and impact Santa Fe in a positive, creative way. Projects can include efforts in a wide range of areas including science, technology, arts, social good, and much more. We like projects that are visible and have a clear community benefit. Your project should make an impact by helping others or creating a better environment for them.
We are looking for projects that:
~ Are actionable and achievable
~ Benefit Santa Fe
~ Can be completed within a reasonable time frame
~ Can be fully funded with the $1,000 grant
~ Are AWESOME!
Keep these guidelines in mind, and then surprise and delight us with your idea of how to make Santa Fe a better place to live, work, and play. Apply!
Would you like to contribute to our grant funding? We would love to have you as one of our "angel donors" - donors who want to contribute money to our Awesome grant funds but would rather remain behind the scenes. Our angel donors help support community projects and attend our grant award presentations and annual party. Contact us at email@example.com and we'll give you all the details.