TNMP Power Grants

Deadline extended to October 5

TNMP Power Grants strengthen communities served by TNMP with financial investment.

The TNMP Fund seeks innovative and creative proposals from qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations. These include qualifying foundations affiliated with municipalities and schools.

  • Submissions must be made by qualifying 501(c)(3) organizations.
  • 2021 total funding available is $120,000.
  • Individual grants will be funded in amounts between $2,000 and $10,000.

We anticipate funding many grants for amounts less than $10,000 and we encourage applicants to submit grants for dollar amounts actually needed to fund given projects.

The TNMP Fund is a division of the PNM Resources Foundation, the nonprofit foundation of Texas-New Mexico Power’s parent company.

Priorities

Funding priorities include (but aren't limited to):

  • community safety.
  • community outreach.
  • economic development.
  • education.

2021 Applications

The application window for TNMP Power Grants in 2021 has been extended to October 5

Apply online at grantrequest.com

Before applying: review tips and guidance for applying for TNMP Power Grants (pdf)

In TNMP Territory?

Look at your monthly retail electric bill, the face of the electric meter at your organization's location or our service territory maps to find out if TNMP is a transmission and distribution utility in your area.

2020 Recipients

See projects funded with TNMP Power Grants in 2020