Grant Partners

United Way donations impact our communities by providing Community Grant Funds to non-profit agencies that improve Education, Income, and Health in Roosevelt and Curry Counties.

United Way of Eastern New Mexico is the largest grant-making organization in the two counties, raising and investing over half a million dollars into our local programs and economy each year.

Any 501(c)3 non-profit that serves residents of Curry and/or Roosevelt Counties with programs that impact Education, Income, or Health may apply for a grant. Every year 40-50 volunteers review the grant applications, listen to presentations from the applying agencies, and submit the recommended funding levels to the UWENM Board of Directors for approval. 

Because UWENM funding decisions are made by community volunteers, those decisions best reflect the needs, issues, and values of your community. The Board of Directors feels that this is the best way to ensure that UW stays true to the values of our donors.

In 2018, UWENM is transitioning to a Two Year Grant Cycle. Therefore this grant cycle is for 18 months--amounts reflect payouts Jan 2018-Jun 2019. Our next RFP training will be in November 2018 for a proposal due date of March 20, 2019. Those grants will be announced in April 2019 and run from July 2019 to Jun 2021.

Providing emergency services throughout the community and in a five county area. American Red Cross helps with disaster relief, international services, blood donation, and training & certifications. To learn more go to redcross.org or call Disaster 1-800-842-7349/Clovis Site 575-763-4129

Delivers specific meals to the homebound elderly and disabled individuals in the city of Clovis, New Mexico. We deliver meals every day, including weekends and holidays.  Clients choose which days they would like to receive a meal. If you would like to learn more call 575-714-6325.

A place where individuals over the age of 60 can get a well-balanced meal and socialize. If you would like to learn more about call 575-762-9405.

Function as a central warehouse for emergency food items for area service agencies that help several food insecure populations in five eastern New Mexico counties. FBENM and its network of agencies provide services to the ill, elderly, children, individuals, family units, and low-income residents. FBENM serves clients through six programs operated alongside our main mission. To learn more go to www.fbenm.org or call (575) 763-6130.

The Council of Squadron First Sergeants is here to lend a helping hand. They provided financial assistance to military families that fall on hard times and face an unexpected crisis. In addition, each year holiday baskets for families with deployed service members are given out at Thanksgiving and Christmas. 

Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. In Girl Scout, they will learn the important skills in four areas that form the foundation of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience: Science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), Outdoors, Life Skills, & Entrepreneurship. If you would like to learn more go to www.nmgirlscouts.org or call (505) 343-1040

Eliminate poverty housing and homelessness by building basic but adequate housing. All our words and actions are for the purpose of putting the shelter in the hearts and minds of people in such a way that poverty housing and homelessness become socially, politically, and religiously unacceptable in our nation and world. If you would like to know more go to http://www.habitatrcc.com/index.php or call (575) 359-1344.

A dedicated group of individuals working with the community is to end the epidemic of domestic violence by providing physical and emotional refuge and advocating freedom from violence through education, intervention, and treatment. If you would like to learn more about the Hartley House go to http://www.nmsvdv.org/ or call (575) 762-0050.

Provides excellence in child abuse response and prevention through leadership and child-focused program. If you would like to learn more call (575) 769-7732.

Delivers specific meals to the homebound elderly and disabled individuals in the city of Portales, New Mexico. We deliver meals every day, including weekends and holidays.  Clients choose which days they would like to receive a meal. If you would like to learn more call 575-714-6325.

Seeks to empower survivors of sexual assault - all services are free, confidential, and voluntary. The services that they provide are 24/7 Crisis Hotline 575-226-7263, Medical/forensic (SANE) examinations, Volunteer Advocacy, Referrals, Emergency contraception, STI prophylactic treatment, Counseling & Support Groups, Mental Health Wellness Clinic, & Educational presentations. If you would like to learn more go to http://www.arisenm.org/ or call them at (575) 226-7263

An international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. If you would like to learn more about this organization go to www.salvationarmyusa.org or call (575) 762-3801.

A global organization that serves athletes with intellectual disabilities working with hundreds of thousands of volunteers and coaches each year. If you would like to know more go to https://www.specialolympics.org/programs/united-states/new-mexico or call (505) 856-0342