UWNNM Announces 2016 Funded Partners

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UWNNM News:
 
Picking a charitable organization to invest in is quite the task in 2016. ​Luckily, i​nvestors in United Way of Northern New Mexico’s Community Action Fund leave the choosing up to the experts in the field of nonprofit work. 
 
United Way of Northern New Mexico (UWNNM) works in the communities of Northern New Mexico and has a deep understanding of what challenges we face and where the gaps in services ​exist​. This year UWNNM started taking aim in one area that is the root cause of many issues in Northern New Mexico, behavioral health.
 
“From our past three years of research, we are confident that pointing nonprofits in this direction and supplying more resources in the behavioral health area ​that ​we will start seeing dramatic impacts ​on​ lives.” UWNNM Executive Director Kristy Ortega said.
 
In 2015, Community Action Funds directly​ reached 22 percent of the population in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba. Of course, the 22 percent are those who need these resources the most.  
 
This year, 38 nonprofits asked for more than $1 million. The Community Action Fund rewarded 35 ​of those​ nonprofits (38 total programs)​ who United Way of Northern New Mexico has partnered with through the Community Action Fund. ​We thank all of our Community Action Fund Investors for supporting these programs and for continuing to invest in United Way of Northern New Mexico!  ​
 
LinkCrew*
Peer to Peer Mentoring
 $       1,000
STEM to Read*
Early Reading Program
 $       8,000
Substance abuse facility
 $     30,000
Foster Care program
 $     10,000
Domestic violence shelter and counseling program
 $     40,000
Library Services
 $     10,000
Early Literacy and After school programs
 $     10,000
Tutoring & Mentoring program
 $     10,000
Youth Mentorship and Skills Development
 $       3,160
Family programs
 $     25,000
Espanola Teen Center, Los Alamos After-school and summer enrichment scholarships
 $     40,000
Pernatal Depression and Support Training
 $     12,500
Emergency Food Supplies for Northern NM
 $     10,000
Rehabilitation Services
 $     40,000
Case Management & Resource Referral program
 $     50,000
Behavioral Health Awarness and Referral
 $     20,310
Behavioral Health Across All Programs
 $     40,000
Tuition Assistance program
 $       6,000
Counseling Center & Therapy Support and Youth Activity Center
 $     55,000
Health Fair
 $       3,400
Alzheimer Music Program
 $       2,000
Mentoring  & Leadership Program
 $     10,000
Counseling & Youth Mentorship
 $     20,000
Mentorship Program & Capital for Performance Center
 $     30,000
North Advance Dance in Rio Arriba
 $       5,000
Afterschool Program & Summer Academy
 $       5,000
STEM Education Program
 $     10,000
STEM Education Program
 $       7,000
Raices y Roots Community programs
 $       7,800
Adult tutoring program
 $       6,000
Lodging Assistance for Northern NM Residents
 $     18,750
Food Supply
 $       7,500
Los Alamos Emergency Fund & 211 Program & Mental Health Access
 $     46,580
Home Repair Program
 $     10,000
Preschool operation
 $     10,000
*indicates United Way of Northern New Mexico collaboration program
 
 
Want to meet these nonprofits first hand?
 
2016 Funded Partners Expo
 
8-11 a.m., Thursday, June 30, 2016 – Los Alamos Research Park Conference Room. Meet your funded partners, learn about programs and opportunities to get involved through volunteering.
 
2016 Funded Partner Tours
 
Need to fill your heart with good? Join us as we visit our nonprofit partners in Northern New Mexico. See their programs in action, hear the stories you are helping write, and experience the impact we are making on the people of Northern New Mexico.
 
July 15th & 22nd – Sign up today by calling 505.662.0800. Additional tours are being scheduled in September, please stay tuned! Please visit our website for more information about the organizations https://unitedwaynnm.org/community-partners/
 
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