The Cancer Foundation for New Mexico has recently received four grants from local organizations.
The Cancer Foundation for New Mexico is proud to be the recipient of four grants totaling $25,000 that will go directly to our patient services and will be split between our ‘Meals That Heal’ program and our ‘Travel to Treatment’ program.
Here is a breakdown of the four grants and the organizations that are providing them:
Del Norte Credit Union LOV Foundation: $2,500 for Meals That Heal Program.
50 Grocery Cards for patient nutrition.
“The Del Norte LOV Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm of Del Norte Credit Union and is an extension of DNCU. The Del Norte LOV Foundation was created by DNCU employees and is committed to improving the lives of youth and families in the communities that DNCU serves. The Foundation implements these philanthropic programs on behalf of DNCU: scholarships, sponsorships, grant-making, employee giving, special fundraising, and community engagement with an emphasis on financial literacy, education, and volunteerism.”
New Mexico Community Foundation: $5,000 for Travel To Treatment Program.
Underwrites 20,000 patient travel miles
“For 38 years, New Mexico Foundation (NMF) has worked to improve the quality of life for all residents of New Mexico. The only statewide foundation, NMF was started in 1983 by a small group of dedicated and visionary volunteers who believed in the power of Philanthropy as a tool for inspiring creative, community-based change and prosperity.
For thirty-eight years, NMF has distinguished itself as a leader in philanthropy. Our progressive, grassroots approach to building stronger communities empowers community members to collaborate on critical issues by tapping into local resources and discovering the strength in themselves.”
Waite & Genevieve Phillips Foundation: $5,000 for Meals That Heal Program.
100 Grocery Cards for patient nutrition.
“The Waite and Genevieve Phillips Foundation is a nonprofit organization serving communities in Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as towns in Oklahoma and Texas. Our goal is to support local organizations in these communities so they can meet the cultural, educational, and social needs of people throughout the areas.
The organization was founded in 1980 by Elliott W. and Virginia Phillips to help raise funds to support the arts, education, and social services in New Mexico and the High Plains of West Texas. Since forming, The Waite and Genevieve Phillips Foundation has helped many organizations thrive, making it possible for them to provide the necessary support to families and individuals in their communities.”
Lineberry Foundation: $12,500 for Meals That Heal Program.
250 Grocery Cards for patient nutrition.
“The Lineberry Foundation is a private, grant-making foundation committed to supporting charitable organizations in New Mexico that focus on the environment, arts and culture, health issues, visually impaired support services, animal welfare and those less fortunate. In staying true to the vision and principles of its founders, the Lineberry Foundation prioritizes making grants that can have a transformative impact on the recipient organizations and the communities that they serve. Preference is given to organizations that demonstrate their ability to create positive, lasting change through creative, innovative programs.”
We’d like to send a heartfelt thank you to all four organizations for their generous support and helping us fulfill our mission to help save lives in Northern New Mexico.