The Santa Fe-based Life Center Foundation will present a $20,000 award to a nonprofit that is serving New Mexico children and families during the pandemic.

Leadership Award finalists include:

  • The Santa Fe Children’s Museum, which supports a community garden tended by children to homeless shelters.
  • Think New Mexico, which works to improve education in low-income communities.
  • St. Elizabeth Family Shelter, which provides emotional support and cultural programs for homeless children.
  • Performance Santa Fe, which offers statewide jazz and tutorial online programs for elementary school children.

Since 2002, Life Center Foundation has provided more than $400,000 in grant awards to some of New Mexico’s best nonprofits.

The New Mexican

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