Strengthen Towa language immersion implementation for Native American children in Head Start in Jemez Pueblo, N.M., by implementing a research-based Jemez curriculum with supports, professional development and trainings
The Walatowa Head Start Language Immersion Program is the first of its kind in the country. Located on the Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico, the preschool provides full instruction in the tribe’s Towa language.
Enable the organization to achieve its mission of engaging New Mexico’s youth, elders and communities in a comprehensive, holistic and cultural approach through traditional values of respect, honor, love and family by providing general operating support
Improve birth outcomes and ensure early breastfeeding for the most vulnerable newborns in intensive care by structuring baby friendly neonatal intensive care unit practices in hospitals in the Foundation’s priority places
Reduce youth violence and grow the mentor pipeline for boys and young men of color in Albuquerque, New Mexico; Detroit, Michigan; and Loíza, Puerto Rico by leveraging communities and increasing participation in evidence-based mentoring programs