Flagstaff Community Foundation

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Founded in 1987, the Flagstaff Community Foundation secures, manages and allocates donor gifts for charitable purposes in the Flagstaff area, working to improve the quality of life for all residents. Gifts to FCF are held and managed as part of a permanent endowment. Endowed funds maximize donor gifts, improving the welfare of the community today while leaving a legacy for future generations.

As an Affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation, the Flagstaff Community Foundation enjoys the advantages and economy of centralized management and administrative resources while the local advisory board brings local knowledge and expertise to address the community's unique needs.

The Flagstaff Community Foundation currently has $18 million in assets.

Individuals, families and businesses make tax-deductible charitable gifts in the form of cash, real estate, marketable securities or other assets. Memorial gifts in the name of loved ones, planned gifts and legacies established in end-of-life documents are common ways people can give to the Flagstaff Community Foundation.