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Peoria Diamond Club Grant Program

Grants to Maricopa County, Arizona Nonprofits and
Individuals for Educational and Athletic Youth Programs

GrantWatch ID#: 172374
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Peoria Diamond Club


Grants to Western Maricopa County, Arizona nonprofit organizations, individuals, and teams for projects and programs to enable youth to advance in education and athletics. Individual projects will support youth in training, development, and attendance of an educational, cultural, or athletic event.

Funding for organizations, teams, and group projects may be awarded for the development and expansion of new or existing activities. Groups that are nonprofit or charitable organizations, schools working to improve education, development, and quality of life, or organized athletic teams participating in sanctioned athletic events are all examples of potential grant winners.

Generally, Grants may be used to support the following items:

- Costs associated with attending or sponsoring a proposed program, event, or activity.
- Costs of a new or existing program or expansion of a current program, event, or activity which impacts the participants rather than administrators.
- Costs associated with the sponsorship or promotion of a program, event or activity which encourages the participation in such program, having an emphasis on youth involvement.

Grants will be made to local organizations with appropriate 501(c)(3) or 509(a) tax status as specified in a letter issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Grants to individuals or teams will be made on a need-basis.

While not excluded from applying for a grant, organizations with large annual operating budgets will be expected to make a stronger case for such contribution.

The use of an unrelated private‐sector organization with appropriate tax status as a fiscal agent for a program developed by and for a not‐qualifying organization is unacceptable. The same applies to grants for individuals.

Multiple grant requests from the same organization in the same review cycle are discouraged. An organization whose grant request was not funded cannot resubmit the same request for at least twelve (12) months.

Grant funds may not be used for the following purposes:

- Funds or foundations which are themselves grant‐making bodies.
- Reduction of an organization or individual’s operating deficit, retirement of debt, or reserve funds.
- Replacement of program support received from other donors.
- The personal health, growth or economic benefit of administrators, individuals or leaders of an organization or to individuals, political campaigns, organizations which discriminate, or religious organizations which are solely denominational or sectarian in purpose.

Applications should be sent to the mailing address below.

All grant requests should include the following:
- Grant proposal cover sheet
- Completed two-page grant request application.

Other helpful information to include:
- Projected budget specifying how funds will be spent
- A copy of IRS tax status 501(c)(3) or 509(a)
- A brief description of the organization, or a personal biographical sketch
- A Copy of the latest financial statement, and/or a copy of the most recent filed 990‐AR.

Upcoming Grant Deadlines:
October 15, 2016
January 15, 2017
April 15, 2017

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Erin Shreenan, General Manager

Peoria Diamond Club
16101 N 83rd Avenue Suite 2
Peoria, AZ 85382

Maricopa County

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USA: Arizona

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