Funding Partners

Community Action Agency is grateful to the many funding partners who make our work possible. From private foundations to corporations to government agencies, each funder has a unique role in our efforts, reaching 25,000 individuals each year to develop the skills needed to achieve self-reliance.

WK Kellogg logo The W.K. Kellogg Foundation supports children, families and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society. WKKF provided funds to conduct a feasibility study on expanding IDA’s and CSA’s in Southern New Mexico.
Stocker logo The Stocker Foundation focuses exclusively on lessening the reading/literacy achievement gap for under-resourced prekindergarten through third grade public school students. They supported a literacy project to put books into the hands of 1000+ children served by CAASNM’s home childcare providers.
BCBSNM logo Blue Cross Blue Shield supports healthy eating active and living strategies through Healthy Kids, Healthy Families–a three-year initiative designed to improve the health and wellness of at least one million children through community investments. BCBSNM provides funds for CAASNM’s Family Wellness services.

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USBank funding supports economic opportunity programs like those in CAASNM’s Family Empowerment services. They are also the lead partner in the Coats for Kids Project.

CYFD believes in the strengths and resiliency of families who are our partners and for whom we advocate to enhance their safety and well-being. We respectfully serve and support children and families and supervise youth in a responsive, community-based system of care that is client-centered, family-focused and culturally competent.
Dona Ana County Doña Ana County is one of 33 counties in the state of New Mexico. It was created in 1852 and is the second-most populated county in the state. The county seat, Las Cruces, has been ranked as one of the fastest-growing communities in the United States for the past decade. Doña Ana County’s 800+ employees are proud participants in the national Character Counts! initiative to promote ethics in the workplace.
memorial medical logo Where patients choose to come for care, physicians want to practice, and team members want to work.
MountainView is a vital partner in this area, improving the quality of all our lives in a number of ways. With advanced facilities, comprehensive health services, skilled physicians and staff members, we’re here to serve you and your family.
Our mission is to significantly improve the health status of its population through the prevention of illness, the promotion of health education, the provision of quality primary care, access to the under-served and a strong commitment to chronic disease and pain management.
La Clinica De Familia promotes the well being of all people of Southern New Mexico through COMMUNITY HEALTH and SOCIAL services.
The New Mexico Community Foundation (NMCF) is a statewide endowment building and grant-making organization that serves and invests in New Mexico’s communities and their greatest asset . . . people.