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June 2024

Questa  •  Red River  •  Cerro  •  Costilla  •  Amalia  •  Lama  •  San Cristobal

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Grants For GoodRecipients Announced

Chevron, in partnership with the Taos Community Foundation, is pleased to announce the grant recipients for the 2024 Chevron “Grants for Good” grant cycle. Chevron and the local employees working at the Questa Mine remediation project have a vested interest in enriching the community in which we live and work, and we are proud to say that 25 non-profit organizations that serve the communities of Questa, Lama, Cerro, El Rito, Costilla, and Amalia will be awarded a grand total of $100,500 in this year’s grant cycle. The grants will provide funding for many great causes within the community, including providing learning and recreational opportunities for youth, cancer support services, support for community events, agriculture, food security, animal welfare, and many others.

The following organizations will receive grant funding:

100% Taos County Initiative
Bridges Project for Education
Cancer Foundation for New Mexico
Casas de Cultura (fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Catholic Daughters Court Sangre de Cristo #2229
Community Against Violence
Creature Comforts Affordable Pet Care
Cultivo (fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Freedom Center Church
Friends of the Questa Public Library
Holy Cross Medical CenterTaos Cancer Support Services
High Desert Hounds
(fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
LEAP – Land, Experience, & Art of Place (fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Lions Club of Taos
Living Word Ministries
Questa Farmers Market
(fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Random Acts of Food and Wellness (fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Sala Reach
(fiscally sponsored by Localogy)Sangre de Cristo Youth Ranch
(fiscally sponsored by Localogy)
Questa Creative Council
Santa’s Helpers del Norte
Stray Hearts Animal Shelter
Taos Feeds Taos