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Collaboration for sustainability and the
well-being of future generations.

What is Remy's Good Day Fund?
Solar Panel in a garden

Remy's Good Day Fund is a non-profit organization which grants funds for programs on Tribal lands and in northern New Mexico villages. It was established as a 501c3 in 2013 by Donna Brown in memory of her son, Remy, who died unexpectedly.


Our mission statement "Collaboration for Sustainability and the Well-Being of Future Fenerations" guides us in making grant-making decisions. Since moving to Santa Fe in 2017, Remy's Good Day Fund has invested approximately $700,000.00 in projects that support solar energy, food security with a solar component and youth-driven programs combating climate change.

Our office is located in Santa Fe, NM. Please visit our contact page for a map.

You can reach our Executive Director, Maureen Vosburgh, at:

Office: 505.467.8459

Cell: 520.241.7537

Generations Align! Panel Discussion

The 90 minute video of the Generations Align! panel discussion is available to watch.

It will be available on Vimeo and you can download it in various resolutions. You are free to embed it elsewhere if you choose. Or to download it and edit selections.

Latest News 

Click here to read the:
September 2023 Newsletter


Our panel discussion “Generations Align: Sharing Wisdom for Climate Action” held on June 30 was a successful event on many fronts and one that has us working on next steps to bring together youth and our elders to take action in combating climate change. The video is posted on Remy’s website.


Remy’s Good Day Fund made our seventh grant in 2023 to the Dixon Community Fire Department for “Solar and Battery Storage Installation for Emergency Management Center.”.  This is a preliminary step in a sweeping 5-year plan to become a communications hub for Dixon and surrounding towns.  After the traumatizing fires of 2022, the Fire Department is determined to have the necessary technology and resources to effectively respond to disasters and provide support services to their community.

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