All Together New Mexico: Impact Report

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Impact Report

Grantee Highlights Moving Arts Española — Rio Arriba “With the All Together New Mexico funding, we can concentrate on those who age-out of our programs. We transitioned all our classes — guitar, dancing, drawing, ballet, and more — to a virtual platform for both free and reduced rates. And we did not forget our meal program during 2020 and partnered with other local businesses to provide food boxes to families and children in need. ” NM Veterans Integration Centers — Bernalillo, Cibola, De Baca, Guadalupe, Quay, Sandoval, Torrance, Valencia “The All Together New Mexico Funding has allowed the Centers to provide appropriate mental health counseling and support to over 30 families in Bernalillo County and expand our remote telehealth counseling. The funds have helped reduce the over 54% increase in mental health crisis’ in our clients due to the pandemic.”

Grammy’s House — Eddy “The grant from All Together New Mexico has been invaluable to our mission and assisted with operational and hotel costs during the pandemic. We provided support to the children of survivors to continue at-home learning by giving supplies for school, food, and transportation.” Deming Silver Linings — Luna “Because of the funds we have been awarded, we have been able to provide a consistent and healthy resource for hot meals each week. We have been able to incorporate food donations as well as increase our purchasing power to bring more diversity to our food program. The funds have given us more opportunity to assist our community while enhancing our facilities to expand our mission.”

All Together New Mexico is honored to provide funding for nonprofits across the state, including the following organizations.

Youth Heartline — Colfax, Taos, Union “The grant we received from the All Together New Mexico

fund helped us purchase personal protective equipment (PPE) for our Union County office in Raton. The PPE allowed us to continue our services safely as well as deliver holiday gifts to over 150 children in Union and Colfax Counties.”

Always Loving Mankind Food Pantry — Colfax “We responded to the unprecedented demand for securing and delivering food during the pandemic year of 2020. With the financial assistance of the All Together New Mexico Fund and other funders, we could accommodate a home grocery delivery service that grew by 48% since January 2020 and the Food4Kids program that grew by 95% because of school closures.”

Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico — Curry, De Baca, Guadalupe, Quay, Roosevelt “We provided more than 2.6 million meals in 2020. The funding we received from All Together New Mexico enabled us to respond to the 45% increase in food insecurity in our communities. The grants allowed us to support the Food Bank’s centralized drive-through pantries and assisted us in supporting the 14 mobile food pantries across several counties.” Harvest Ministries of Roswell — Chaves “The unexpected grants from All Together New Mexico helped significantly to bring stability to the natural instability of donations to charities. The funds gave us the opportunity to offer desperately needed help to those who needed food during the COVID-19 Crisis, we were able to stay open every day. We served 12,722 Households in 2020.”

Overview The All Together NM Fund was established by the Governor’s office in conjunction with the New Mexico Coalition of Community Foundations to help New Mexico respond to and eventually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The Fund has addressed immediate needs and offered long-term support for the recovery work that lies ahead.

Funding Priorities

Basic Needs

Early Childhood Needs

Micro-Business Support

Health & Wellbeing

The All Together New Mexico Fund prioritized basic and food security needs in addition to early childhood needs and support for micro-businesses that were ineligible to receive support via the CARES act. Concurrently, through an accessible, competitive application process, grants were made to nonprofit organizations responding to COVID-19 across the state.

Grantmaking Overview Total Granted: $3,637,013

Competitive Grants

Total Granted: $1,399,645 Grant Recipients: 244

Food Bank/Pantry Grants Total Granted: $1,235,000 Grant Recipients: 80

Micro-Business Loans via Entrepreneurial Support Organizations

Other (Discretionary) Grants

Total Granted: $795,000 Loan Recipients: 159

Total Granted: $207,368.84

For more information, including a complete list of donors and grantees:

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