Two grant cycles in 2018: February 15 and August 15 deadlines.
The LANL Foundation’s Education Outreach Grants are open to school districts, nonprofit New Mexico educational institutions, IRS-qualified 501(c)(3) organizations, government agencies, and Pueblo/Tribal communities serving Los Alamos, Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, Sandoval, Santa Fe, and Taos counties.
This category of grants must directly support education programs for public school children in grades K–12 (not restricted to STEM). If your program is education related but does not directly serve K–12 public school students, you may be eligible for a Community Outreach Grant.
Grants of up to $2500 are awarded twice annually. In some cases, larger amounts are given to support sustainability of promising programs (by invitation only). Recipients have one full year to spend the grant money. Each program may receive only one grant per year, and one annual application may be submitted, unless the program is invited to reapply with further clarification.
Grants Available by School District
The number of education grants given to each public school district in our service area is now based on the size of the district. If your school receives a grant, please notify your business office, so others may know how many are still available to your district. Or, before applying, check with Susanne Miller to see if grants are still available.
Mora County Districts
- Mora: 2
- Wagon Mound: 2
Rio Arriba County Districts
- Chama: 2 (1 available grant remains)
- Dulce: 2
- Española: 3
- Jemez Mountain: 2
- Mesa Vista: 2
San Miguel County Districts
- Las Vegas: 3 (2 available grants remain)
- Pecos: 2
Sandoval County Districts
- Bernalillo: 3 (1 available grant remains)
- Cuba: 2
- Jemez Valley: 2
- Rio Rancho: 4
Santa Fe County Districts
- Pojoaque: 3
- Santa Fe: 4 (3 available grants remain)
Taos County Districts
- Peñasco: 2
- Questa: 2
- Taos: 3 (No available grants remain)
Los Alamos County District
- Los Alamos: 3
- 501(c)(3) charitable organizations not registered with the Registry of Charitable Organizations under the Office of the New Mexico Attorney as required by the New Mexico Charitable Solicitations Act
- Individuals or fraternal, veteran, labor or athletic organizations serving a limited constituency
- Political or lobbying organizations, or those supporting the candidacy of particular individuals
- Organizations whose activities are mainly international, requests for international travel
- Private foundations
- Capital fund drives of colleges
- Awardees of prior LANL Foundation grants that did not meet all of the reporting deadlines or other requirements of the funding agreement