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Taos Community Foundation has a variety of special grant initiatives that may invite proposals at different times of the year. These grant making efforts are often very specific in regards to the scope or focus of a particular need in our community. These tailored grant applications are also of a competitive application process. Details can be found in files in the left-hand navigation pane.

Currently Accepting Applications 

Computer Donation Application for Non-profits

Through the generosity of Peoples Bank in partnership with Taos Community Foundation, we are pleased to announce that we have received a donation of IBM Computer CPUs. These cpus are I7 processors, with Windows 7 Pro. They are 250 and 320 gig hard drives.

We are extending the invitation to apply for these computer cpus to your organization in recognition of the good work you do in our community. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please complete the attached form and return it to by noon on Monday December 4th. Award notifications will be made by phone or email on or before December 15th. Application is located on the left of your screen.  






Kids in Need Fund Application

Taos Community Foundation established the Kids in Need (KIN) Special Project to assist families to acquire durable medical or adaptive equipment for their eligible child(ren). The intent of this initiative is to focus on children whose families have exhausted other sources of funding for necessary medical equipment, or are not eligible for traditional State insurance programs. Applications will be accepted for funding consideration on a rolling basis, meaning that there is no deadline for submission. Applications will be reviewed by an advisory committee and funding decisions will be made in a timely manner. Please see the KIN Application to the left, for eligibility requirements and instructions on submission.

If you have questions or would like additional information please contact our Grants Director, Lisa O’Brien.


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