The Brindle Foundation is pleased to announce that proposals are being accepted for the 2019 grant cycle of the Early Opportunities Initiative.
The Brindle Foundation is committed to supporting babies prenatal to three and their families in New Mexico, with an emphasis on underserved populations. The three areas of focus in the Early Opportunities Initiative are:
· Services for Babies, Toddlers, and their Families in New Mexico Counties of Santa Fe, San Miguel, Mora, Rio Arriba and Taos;
· Promotion of Early Childhood Policy, Advocacy & Initiatives throughout New Mexico;
· Higher Education Early Childhood Programs across New Mexico
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Proposals are accepted through our portal login.
In keeping with our mission, we strive to make the grant application process simple and learn what we can through direct communication with our grantees. We value everyone's time, so we ask if you have questions about whether your organization qualifies for a Brindle grant or if you wish to discuss specific ideas, please contact Karen Rowell, Interim Fund Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
with questions or to request a brief phone call.
The key funding Grant Guidelines are posted and will guide you as to whether your organization qualifies for a Brindle grant. Please read them carefully
. Key dates for 2019 grants:
July 22 -- Online portal opens for submission of grant proposals
August 30 -- Proposals due by 5PM MDT
September - October -- Proposal review, site visits and communications with applicants
Early November -- Beginning of grant award announcements
Every New Mexico Baby Deserves a Great Start in Life!