Arizona Community Foundation
The current goal of the Arizona Community Foundation is to to build a legacy of community philanthropy by connecting donor interests with community needs.
ACF and its affiliates enhance the quality of life for the communities it serves throughout the state of Arizona and nationally. Using funds entrusted to its stewardship by donors, ACF makes grants to nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies.
Types of Support
Building renovation; Continuing support; Emergency funds; Equipment; General operating support; Matching challenge support; Program development; Publication; Research; Scholarship funds; Seed money; Technical assistance.
Grant Size$1000 to $10000
Requirements & Limitations
Giving limited to AZ. No support for religious organizations for religious purposes. No grants to individuals (except for scholarships), travel to or support of conferences, fundraising campaigns and expenses, debt reduction, or capital grants; generally, no loans.
To register and access the on-line grant applications visit the website.
Contact the Foundation. Deadlines vary.
Grant 1Grantee: Central Arizona Land Trust
Purpose: The Land Trust works with landowners, policy makers, advocates, and local and national partners to craft solutions to the challenges of growth which brings the loss of scenic vistas, wildlife habitat and our western heritage. We provide resources, strategies and a variety of tools to address landowner needs for estate planning and the long-term protection of family lands.
Grant 2Grantee: Charles Darwin Foundation
Research and conservation of the Galapagos ecosystem.
Grant 3Grantee: Coronado Resource Conservation and Development AreaInc