The Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico’s 990 forms can be found below.

Tax-exempt organizations, nonexempt charitable trusts, and section 527 political organizations file this form to provide the IRS with the information required by section 6033. For more information about the 990 form please visit the IRS “About Form 990” web-page.

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View CFSNM Financial Statements

View CFSNM 5 Year Investment Returns

Community Foundation National Standards

Your Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico has recently been re-accredited with Community Foundations National Standards®—the highest standards for philanthropic excellence.

We work to support the greatest needs and causes of our community. National Standards says that we meet the most rigorous standards in philanthropy and is a promise to our community that we’ll continue to do this good work together, right here in Southern New Mexico.

Community Foundations National Standards is not mandatory. We chose to go above and beyond by affirming our commitment to excellence and accountability. Our accreditation provides assurance that we have sound policies and practices in place. In short, it means we meet the highest standards for local giving.

To receive accreditation with National Standards, the Community Foundation of Southern New Mexico submitted our policies and procedures to a rigorous review of 26 National Standards in six key areas of community foundation operations, including donor services, investment management, grantmaking and administration.

The Community Foundations National Standards® program was established in 2000 in cooperation with the Council on Foundations. For more information about National Standards, visit

The Platinum Seal of Transparency indicates that the Foundation shares clear and important information with the public about our goals, strategies, capabilities, achievements and progress indicators that highlight the difference the Foundation makes in the world.

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