Established in 2002, Brindle Foundation is a small family foundation based in Santa Fe, New Mexico with a focus on Early Childhood. We carry on a legacy of caring and thoughtful philanthropy created by Martha Ann Healy.
FROM our 2016 GRANTEES
New parents in Truth or Consequences make ring slings for their babies through workshops offered by Bountiful Babies, a grassroots community effort to improve the lives of babies and their caregivers. The
slings foster critical bonding and attachment.
TheAdelanteProgram of Santa Fe Public Schoolssupports homeless students and their families, many of which include infants and toddlers. During weekly Juntos dinners, children create art while their parents engage in resource-rich workshops.
Socorro General Hospital offers a variety of countywide services to expecting and new parents including individualized home visiting and parenting support groups. This mom and her baby are having a home visit in the very rural Alamo Navajo Chapter.
Empowering Santa Fe high school teen moms by teaching critical reading and writing skills creates exciting opportunities for parents and their babies. This Mother Tongue Project student reads her essay in a public forum with an admiring onlooker.
Young children with hearing losses gain exciting new opportunities and interactions with their world through the Parent - Infant Program at Presbyterian Ear Institute in Albuquerque, including the possibility of getting hearing aids and a cochlear implant.
Upcoming Event: Saturday, May 12
Brindle is happy to be a sponsor of the third annual Fiesta Para Bebes! Visit website here for more info.