2010 Quail Roost Foundation Grants

Names of recipients appearing in green are links to that recipient's website.

Sector Recipient
Amount
Purpose of Grant
Administrative: Association of Small Foundations
500
Support for ASF's National Conference.
Carbon Fund
500
Reforestation / Avoided Deforestation Project
All Creatures: Eagle Nest School's Barn Project
3,000
Support for barn project at Eagle Nest School.
Equine Spirit Sanctuary
3,000
Horse rescue and rehabilitation program offering therapeutic and educational equine experiences.
Horse Protection Association of Florida
3,000
Equine rescue, rehabilitation, education and adoption.
Kindred Spirits Sanctuary
2,000
Abandoned farm animal care and rehabilitation.
Spay Neuter Assistance Program - SNAP
1,000
Prevention of suffering and death of dogs and cats due to overpopulation in San Antonio.
Stirrups 'n Strides
3,000
Therapeutic horseback riding and driving program for anyone with physical, mental or emotional challenges, enhancing their quality of life.
Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation
1,000
Saving former racing Thoroughbred horses from possible neglect, abuse and slaughter.
The Wildlife Center
1,000
Conservation and restoration of native wildlife and their habitats through education, strategic partnerships and responsible rehabilitation.
Windhorse Sanctuary
3,000
Permanent, safe, stable, and natural home for abused and displaced horses, dogs and cats.
Discretionary: Arts Without Boundaries
2,000
Free fine art and music instruction and mentoring program for elementary and high school students in Bozeman, Montana.
Bainbridge Island Land Trust
1,000
Support for the preservation and stewardship of the diverse natural environment of Bainbridge Island for the benefit of all.
Concrete Couch
1,250
Creating community through Creativity.
Friends of the Casa Materna
1,500
Support for Follow-up Program of Casa Materna in Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
Fundacion Educational Ana Restrepo
1,000
Assistance for Colombian school which provides educational opportunities to children who otherwise might not have access.
HRDA, Inc.
250
Support fundraising efforts for local drug court program.
Imran Khan Foundation
1,000
Funding to support relief for victims of flooding in Pakistan.
Localogy
500
Sangre de Cristo Youth Ranch camp.
LAOSAI
1,000
Educational and community development programs in Laos.
Mennonite Central Committee
1,000
School supplies for children in Laos.
North Kitsap Fishline
1,000
Food-for-Thought: Feeding program for children who may not otherwise receive enough food on weekends. Packs contain enough food for six meals plus snacks.
Schools for Salone
1,000
Support for rebuilding schools in Sierra Leone's poor, rural communities.
Seeds of Help
2,000
General support for Guatemalan educational programs and opportunities for women and children, construction projects for families, schools and communities.
The Soldiers Project
1,000
Free psychological treatment to military service members who have served or who expect to serve in the conflicts in Iraq or Afghanistan, and their families and other loved ones.
Spirit Wind Horse Rescue
1,000
Horse rescue, rehabilitation and adoptions in Colorado.
Steven Shames Foundation
2,000
Scholarship assistance for Ugandan student to attend university.
Stirrups 'n Strides
1,000
Therapeutic horseback riding and driving program for anyone with physical, mental or emotional challenges, enhancing their quality of life.
Taos Health Systems, Inc.
750
Support for Holy Cross Hospital's Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program.
Windhorse Sanctuary
1,000
Permanent, safe, stable, and natural home for abused and displaced horses, dogs and cats.
Education: Adopt-A-Classroom
2,500
Supporting classrooms in need.
Black Stallion Literacy Foundation
1,000
Support for children's reading program in Marion County, Florida, through the Black Stallion Literacy Project.
Hispanas Unidas
3,000
Furthering the education, empowerment, and advancement of young women in San Antonio.
Institute for Peace Studies
6,000
Educational programs promoting peace.
Islandwood
2,000
Scholarship funding for graduate students to Johnny Appleseed: the Tenets of Green.
Kateri Education Fund
2,500
Providing education and vocational training opportunities for Guatemalan women and girls.
San Antonio Food Bank
3,000
Support for Kids Café Program in San Antonio.
Emergency and Contingency: Aid to Southeast Asia
2,000
Unrestricted funds to support positive change for the people of Vietnam.
American Refugee Committee
5,000
Pakistan Flood Relief.
Horse Protection Association of Florida
3,000
Emergency support for the placement of 23 malnourished thoroughbreds.
Mennonite Central Committee
4,000
Support for disaster relief in Indonesia, specifically, the flash flooding in Wasior, Papua, and the eruptions of Mount Merapi in Java.
Partners in Health
5,000
Relief and rebuilding efforts in Haiti after the earthquake.
Pets for Vets, Inc.
1,000
Enhancing the lives America’s Veterans and saving the lives of shelter animals by connecting veterans who would benefit from pet ownership with trained shelter pets.
Health: Burma Humanitarian Mission
1,500
Providing  trauma care and long-term health care to Karen and other ethnic groups in Burma.
Kailakuri Health Center through Partners in Sustainable Development International
4,000
Support for the Kailakuri Health Care Centre in Bangladesh.
National College of Midwifery
4,000
Increasing state networking and advocacy.
Nguyen Nga Rehabilitation  Center
2,500
Providing opportunities and support for mentally and physically challenged individuals in Vietnam.
Northern New Mexico Birth Center
4,000
Financial assistance to clients in need
Prosthetics Outreach Foundation
4,000
Restoring mobility to the disabled.
Home Community: Bridges Project for Education
4,000
Comprehensive college counseling focusing on first generation students and their families.
Community Against Violence
1,000
Community outreach and abuse prevention to Spanish-speaking immigrant community through the Promotor/a's of CAV's MAIS Project.
Men Engaged in Nonviolence
1,000
Mentorship programs for young men in Taos County.
Neighborhood Art Project (NAP) through Harwood Museum of Art
1,000
An innovative outreach program that brings quality art activities into Taos’ neighborhoods of low-income, at-risk children.
Northern NM Friends of Animals through Four Corners Animal League-Questa
1,000
Support for Northern New Mexico Friends of Animals.
Oo-Oonah Art Center/Taos Day School
1,000
Heritage Project: Tiwa Culture and Language program.
Rivers and Birds
4,000
Nine-day Watershed Project for 5th graders in Taos.
Shared Table
3,000
Feeding the hungry in Taos County.
Taos Coalition to End Homelessness
1,000
Support for the completion of a new men's shelter in Taos.
The DreamTree Project
1,000
Community-based organization for homeless, abused, and neglected youth.
Youth HeartLine
2,000
Counseling and legal services for abused children.
Justice: Creativity for Peace
5,000
Promoting peace by nurturing young Israeli and Palestinian female leaders and peacemakers at Peace Camp in New Mexico.
Hand in Hand
5,000
Development of a high-quality, multicultural, multilingual, early childhood education program for pre-k through 2nd grade, to enhance reconciliation, partnership and coexistence between Arab and Jewish children, their families and communities.
Rabbis for Human Rights, North America
5,000
Support for programs to secure justice for the Palestinian people and reconciliation for the hostile factions in Israel and the Occupied Territories.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
5,000
Project RENEW, a micro-credit project assisting victims and families of victims of unexploded military munitions in Vietnam.
Sustainability: American Friends Service Committee
3,000
AFSC's New Mexico Economic Justice: The People and the Land.
Conservation Trust for Florida
3,000
"Protecting Horse Country" Program for Conservation Easement promotion.
New Mexico Solar Energy Association
3,000
Taos Chapter of NMSEA: funding to develop Taos-region website to educate on solar energy use and passive solar, highly efficient buildings; to include interactive educational content and instructional videos on building design and solar system installation.
Northern Plains Resource Center
3,000
General support for community education and advocacy.
Sustainable Berea
1,000
Promoting "re-skilling," "self-reliance," and "resilient households" through the Resilient Household Project's 2011 Calendar.
Tierra Lucero
2,000
Install solar heating system to upgrade Red Willow Education Center's biomass district heating system and enhance Taos Pueblo youth's education on sustainability.
Western Lands Project
5,000
Research, educational outreach and advocacy to keep public lands public.

Total Grants: $162,250


Creativity for Peace

Spirit Wind Horse Rescue

Institute for Peace Studies

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