Hancock Family Foundation (NM) Grant
Hancock Family Foundation (NM)Suggest an update
Deadline: Jun 15, 2021
Grant amount: Approximately US $2,000
Fields of work: Women & Girl Services Women's Health Child Welfare Services Youth Services Children’s Health & Pediatrics Children’s Mental Health Children With Disabilities Education Performing Arts Animal Welfare - General Environment Show all
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Project / Program, Education / Outreach, General Operating Expense, Capital Project, Training / Capacity Building
Location of project: New Mexico
Location of residency: New MexicoView website Save
About this funder:
About the Hancock Family Foundation
The Hancock Family Foundation is a privately supported, tax exempt philanthropic institution organized to provide leadership and encouragement to community-based charitable activities in New Mexico.
Through its grants, the Foundation seeks to support agencies dedicated to women and children’s health and welfare; education, performing arts and cultural organizations; wilderness preservation and animal protection.
The general policy of the Hancock Family Foundation is to allocate funds to nonprofit philanthropic organizations whose purpose and continuing work foster various community projects that best fit the Foundation’s mission statement.
Grants are normally made for a one-year period, although in special circumstances consideration may be given to support a project for two or three years. The Foundation prefers not to consider more than one proposal from an organization within a twelve-month period. Maximum grant awards are determined annually; currently the average grant amount is $2000. The Foundation Board of Directors reviews each proposal.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Must have
- Proof of IRS 501 (c) (3) status.
- Copy of the organization’s confirmation letter from the Attorney General’s office stating that the organization in current with the NM Charitable Organizations and Solicitations Act or Attorney General’s letter of exemption.
- Foundation grants are generally not made to individuals, for political or religious purposes, to retire indebtedness, for the payment of interest or taxes, annual campaigns, scholarships, endowments, emergency funding, to influence legislation or elections, or to private foundations and other grant-making organizations.