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Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) - Arizona Community Foundation of Sedona (ACF of Sedona)
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Grants of up to $10,000 to Arizona nonprofit organizations, government agencies, tribal entities, and public schools to enhance the quality of life for residents in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support a wide range of community benefit activities that serve residents in Sedona and/or the Verde Valley.
ACF of Sedona encourages and supports grant requests that:
Grants will be made from the following funds. Proposed projects should directly align with one of the field of interests listed below.
Animal Welfare (Sedona Animal Welfare Fund): Supports the physical, emotional and social care of animals, as well as animal rights, public policy, public education and research on animal welfare-related issues. This includes rescue/adoption of unwanted pets and wildlife rehabilitation.
Arts (Sedona Arts Fund): Supports efforts to enrich the cultural life of our community through art, performance, and arts education. Proposals may include, but are not limited to, the performing and fine arts as embodied by sculpture, painting, drawing, music, theatre, dance, film, poetry, and architecture.
Diversity Education (Tolerance Learning Center Fund): Supports cultural diversity education and training, including programs designed to combat hate, prejudice, discrimination, stereotypes and violence, and to foster understanding, tolerance, inclusion, and mutual acceptance of religious, racial, ethnic and other differences.
Social Welfare & Justice (Martinez Family Fund and the Glenys and Gerry Wilson Family Fund): Supports programs that assist the marginalized and the underserved populations of Sedona and the Verde Valley. Programs may address access to housing, emergency shelter, healthcare, education, employment, food, human services and other resources. Issues such as domestic violence, immigration, civil rights, and worker concerns are also supported.
Environment (Greater Sedona Fund for the Environment): Supports organizations whose purpose is to sustain the local environment, as in preserving open spaces, protecting wildlife habitat, and helping solve environmental problems such as air, light, noise, and water pollution. This fund supports environmental services, research, education, and legislative efforts.
Health Care (Sedona Health Care Fund): Supports programs that provide quality healthcare services to residents of Sedona and/or the Verde Valley.
General Community Benefit (Sedona Community Fund): Supports a wide range of projects that benefit the residents of Sedona and the Verde Valley.
GrantWatch ID#: 155550
Proposals may be submitted for a maximum of $10,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Grant Portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=azfoundation
Applications must be submitted online. If applicants do not have internet access, they are advised to contact local public libraries, which offer free public internet access, or call the ACF local office for assistance at (928)282-2042.
Organizations uncertain of their eligibility may inquire by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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