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SANTA FE – Thirteen nonprofits in northern New Mexico are among the first recipients of money from the Santa Fe Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund, set up to help nonprofits with operational disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Also, the first 10 grants from the Albuquerque Community Foundation and United Way Emergency were announced by the Emergency Action Fund.
Bill Smith, president and CEO of the Santa Fe Community Foundation, said 150 donors have contributed $56,000 since the fund was opened March 15. He said $52,500 of that amount is ready to be released to nonprofits in Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel and Santa Fe counties.
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