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The Santa Fe Community Foundation is devoted to building heathy, vital, and thriving communities. The Santa Fe Community Foundation is a resource for philanthropist who want to maximize the impact of their giving. Founded in 1981, the Foundation is a tax-exempt public charity that provides an avenue for donors to satisfy their charitable intents and for nonprofit organizations to receive funding that will enable them to carry out their essential work.

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Doing Good | Free Bikes 4 Kidz
Boy on bicycle

Free Bikes 4 Kidz is a new local program designed to promote healthier lifestyle and transport options by giving away 500 refurbished bicycles to local kids and families. Studies show that in just northern New Mexico, many hundreds of bicycles are outgrown by children and left to gather dust in garages and back yards. At the same time, a large number of economically disadvantaged children never have the opportunity to own a bike. By pulling together a broad range of … Read More

Vital Spaces Opens Santa Fe Community Art Closet
Row of art supplies

Vital Spaces will open a Community Art Closet on January 23, 2021, at the SW Annex on the midtown campus at 1600 St. Michael’s Drive. Similar in concept to community food pantries, the Community Art Closet is stocked with art supplies for all ages and skill levels, available to the Santa Fe community for free. “Creative expression is healing. Now, as more people lose jobs and kids are attending school remotely, art is becoming more and more inaccessible. Vital Spaces … Read More

Northern New Mexico College Introduces New, Enhanced Technical Trades Programs
NNMC graduates

Española, NM – Northern New Mexico College will begin enrolling students this Fall in two new and enhanced programs as part of its newly-established Department of Technical Trades. Students can begin pursuing certificate and associate degrees in the areas of Plumbing and Electrical Technology this August. Both programs are approved by the Higher Learning Commission and the New Mexico Higher Education Department, and provide students with college credit while they learn highly marketable skills in these fields. “We are pleased to … Read More