We are so excited to reconvene AFP-New Mexico's annual Funders Forum. For those who have not attended before, this event has provided a unique opportunity for nonprofit professionals to connect with funding organizations and their staff in order to share priorities and programs, as well as to gather details regarding the coming year's funding opportunities. During the pandemic, this program transitioned to a virtual model, which has increased access and diversified our participation to better reflect organization delivering and funding a wide variety of services across the state of New Mexico. In addition to the information and resources shared during each session, participants will receive a digital copy of AFP-New Mexico's Annual Funders Guide, which serves as a resource and reference for grant writers and development professionals who are looking to identify potential community funding sources and grant opportunities. Funders who would like to participate and/or be included in the 2022 funders guide should complete this form: https://afpnm.wufoo.com/forms/m1qargcl0qpsviy/. All other participants can register for the Funders Forum below.
The Funders Forum Series will consist of three sessions.
Session One: September 9th, 2022 from 9:00-11:00am
Greater New Mexico Funder and Nonprofit Q & A
This roundtable session will provide time for funders and nonprofit professionals who deliver or fund services OUTSIDE of Central New Mexico to get to know each other and share program priorities and funding opportunities.
September 16th, 2022 from 9:00-11:00am
Central New Mexico Funder and Nonprofit Q & A
This roundtable session will provide time for funders and nonprofit professionals who deliver or fund services in the Central New Mexico area (Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, and Torrance Counties) to get to know each other and share program priorities and funding opportunities.
September 23rd, 2022 from 9:00-11:00am
The Changing Funding Landscape in New Mexico
During this session, participants will have the opportunity to view and discuss data related to grant making, the needs of nonprofit organizations in New Mexico, as well as barriers and successes to securing necessary funding for nonprofit organizations in our state. Nonprofit professionals will have the opportunity to share success stories and areas of concern related to funding in New Mexico, while funders will be able to share current and upcoming changes in programming, priorities, and reporting requirements that have been embraced in response to nonprofit needs.
*All nonprofits and funders encouraged to attend this session.
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