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Current Grantees

2021 - 2023 Education Enrichment Grants

Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation is proud to announce $1.4 million has been awarded to 35 grantees in its 2021 Education Enrichment Grant cycle.

Those not pictured, yet:

  • Los Alamos Public Schools: Creating Safe, Positive, and Inclusive Learning Environments through Coaching District Leaders to Implement the Safe and Civil Schools Model
  • New Mexico MESA, Inc: STEM Enrichment Support
  • North American Digital Fabrication Alliance: High School 3DPrinting Micro-certification Pre-apprenticeship for US DOL 3DPrinting Apprenticeship and Open Jobs at LANL 
  • Penasco Independent School District: Career and Technical Development: Electrical, Plumbing, CIS, and Culinary Arts
  • Taos Land Trust: Emerging Young Indigenous Ecologists: Long Term Ecological Monitoring at Rio Fernando Park
  • The Santa Fe Center for Transformational School Leadership LLC: Expanding the Transformation Leadership Initiative to underserved schools.
  • Taos Community Foundation: Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Community Catalysts: TECC @ UNM-Taos’ Whole Human and SEL Training for the adults in children's lives.

Outreach Grants

Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation is proud to announce $360,600 has been awarded to 74 grantees in its 2021 Education and Community Outreach Grant cycle.

  • 37 Education Outreach Grants awarded totaling $178,200
  • 37 Community Outreach Grants awarded totaling $182,400

Community Outreach Grants

  • Bridges Project for Education
  • Cañones Early Childhood Center
  • Chama Arts Coalition
  • Early Learning Preschool (ELP)
  • Embudo Valley Library and Community Center
  • Explora Science Center & Children's Museum of Albuquerque
  • Family Strnegths Network
  • Golden Willow Retreat, Inc.
  • Las Cumbres Community Services
  • Localogy
  • Los Alamos Community Foundation
  • McCurdy Schools of Northern NM DBA McCurdy Ministries Community Center
  • Mesa to Mesa
  • New Mexico Association for the Education of Young Children
  • New Mexico Child First Network
  • Ohkay Owingeh
  • Pajarito Environmental Education Center
  • Penasco Independent School District
  • Questa Creative Council
  • R4 Creating
  • Railyard Park Conservancy
  • Rio Arriba Adult Literacy Program
  • Rio Arriba Imagination Library
  • Rio Grande Community Development Corporation
  • River Source
  • Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
  • San Martin de Porres Soup Kitchen
  • Santa Fe Community Yoga Center
  • Santa Fe Dreamers Project
  • Santa Fe Girls' School
  • Santa Fe Public Schools - Parent Academy
  • Santa Fe Recovery Center
  • Taos School Zone
  • The Paseo Project, Inc
  • THRIVE Community School
  • Truchas Services Center
  • Vallecitos Community Center and Library

Education Outreach Grants

  • Acequia and Aquifer Water Watchers
  • Animal Protection of New Mexico
  • Assistance Dogs of the West
  • Breakthrough Santa Fe
  • Climate Advocates Voces Unidas (CAVU)
  • College and Career Plaza
  • Communities In Schools of New Mexico (CIS)
  • Cooking with Kids
  • Embudo Valley Tutoring Association
  • First Serve New Mexico
  • Friends of the Questa Public Library
  • Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library
  • Gerard's House
  • Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails, Inc.
  • Girls Inc of Santa Fe
  • Hands on Heritage
  • Horizons Student Opportunities and Results For New Mexico
  • Innovate Educate New Mexico
  • Little Globe Inc.
  • Los Alamos Arts Council
  • New Mexico Consortium
  • New Mexico Highlands University Foundation, Inc
  • Northern New Mexico Math Teacher Leader Network
  • Northern Youth Project
  • Reading Quest
  • Red Willow Center
  • Resolve
  • Santa Fe Alliance for Science
  • Performance Santa Fe
  • Santa Fe High School
  • Santa Fe Public Schools - DEI
  • SITE Santa Fe
  • STEMarts Lab
  • Talpa Community Center Assoc., Inc.
  • Taos Amateur Radio Club
  • True Kids 1

See 2020 Grant Recipients