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Your tax-deductible donation to the LANL Foundation supports programs that inspire excellence in education and life-long learning in Northern New Mexico through innovative programming, collaboration and advocacy. Thank you for your generosity!

Please complete the following online form to make a general contribution to the LANL Foundation, or you may choose to support the various Scholarship funds (click YES below to reveal the fund options). 

Or you may download a Scholarship PDF pledge form and mail it in with a check.

Note: If donating $10,000+ or if you have any questiions about annual or legacy giving, please call Tony Fox at 505-753-8890.

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Provides scholarships that support Northern New Mexico students pursuing undergraduate degrees or certificates in fields that serve the seven-county region.

Provides lasting scholarship opportunities for Northern New Mexico students with a goal of increasing the number and size of awards and ensuring growth of the permanent fund.
$ 1.00
Formerly known as RCRS, Nontraditional Student Scholarship and Trade School Scholarship. Provides renewable scholarships to students pursuing two-year degrees, certificates and trades.

Provides scholarships for Native American students pursuing business degrees that support Pueblo or Tribal economic development.
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for students who meet eligibility criteria and have significant financial need, with preference given to those who are among the first in their immediate family to earn a college degree.

This endowed fund provides scholarships for students who demonstrate outstanding merit, leadership, achievement, and financial need. Fund created by former Laboratory Director John Browne and his wife Marti, with additional scholarships funded by Triad, LLC.
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for students pursuing degrees in business-related fields.

This endowed fund provides scholarships to one student from each of the seven counties served by LANL Foundation who best reflect the late Senator’s spirit of leadership and community service.

With contributions from LANL retirees, this endowed fund provides scholarships for students pursuing degrees critical to the needs of the Laboratory and the region, with preference given to students with high academic achievement and financial need, and those pursuing STEM degrees.
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for descendants of an Abiquiú Land Grant pursuing two-year or four-year undergraduate degrees or certificates. Funding made possible by the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and the Abiquiú Land Grant Board of Directors.

This endowed fund, created in honor of Bret Knapp, a distinguished engineer and leader at Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore Laboratories, provides scholarships to students who demonstrate strong leadership and are pursuing mechanical or other engineering degrees.

This endowed fund provides scholarships for students pursuing degrees in Earth and environmental science, with preference given to Native American first-generation college students.

This endowed fund provides scholarships for students pursing degrees in education. Funded by Don Cobb and his wife Connie in honor of their daughter, who is an elementary school teacher. The Cobbs will match donations to the fund up to $5,000.
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for students pursuing electrical or other engineering degrees.
$ 1.00
This endowed fund provides scholarships for employees and family members of Los Alamos County Police Department or applicants with financial need and desire to make life better for others
$ 1.00
This endowed fund provides scholarships for students pursuing degrees in the physical and environmental sciences (chemistry, physics, geology, hydrology or biology).
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for students pursuing mechanical or other engineering degrees.
$ 1.00
This endowed fund provides scholarships for students pursuing two-year or four-year degrees in nursing, with preference given to those with financial need
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for female first-generation college students & female Native American students
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for Chimayó/Española Valley residents with exceptional community service

This endowed fund, named for LANL Foundation founder Susan Herrera, provides scholarships for students who embody Susan’s spirit and demonstrate leadership, resiliency and determination.

Provides scholarships for Mesa Vista High School graduates.
$ 1.00
Provides scholarships for students with financial need who exhibit high moral character.
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