SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Anchorum St. Vincent, a nonprofit community health impact organization providing financial and strategic support to CHRISTUS St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, says they are giving $700,000 to other non-profits.
The money will go to 18 local non-profit organizations across northern New Mexico. It’s all part of Anchorum St. Vincent’s plan to invest over $2 million dollars, over the next three years, to provide significant impact to help strengthen local programs in essential services for the seven counties in northern New Mexico that we serve: Santa Fe, Rio Arriba, Los Alamos, Taos, Colfax, Mora and San Miguel.
- Casa Milagro
- Coming Home Connection
- Kitchen Angels
- Mesa to Mesa
- Compassionate Touch Network
- Gerard’s House
- Santa Fe Dreamers Project
- Solace Crisis Treatment Center
- The Mountain Center
- Interfaith Community Shelter Group
- St. Elizabeth’s Shelter
- Santa Fe Public Schools Adelante Program
- St. Michael’s High School
- Monte del Sol Charter School
- Reading Quest
- STEM Santa Fe
- The Family YMCA Espanola Teen Center
- Armand Hammer United World College of the American West
Anchorum St. Vincent began in 1865 when four Sisters of Charity journeyed from Ohio to Santa Fe to establish St. Vincent’s Hospital. It was a selfless mission of healing, at a time of great need. Today, Anchorum’s purpose is to honor this 153-year legacy of healing and care for the people of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico.
Correction: Earlier we reported that Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center was the awarder, this has been correct to Anchorum St. Vincent as the awarder.