The Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff is a family of charitable funds created for the community, by the community. Some funds have a broad grantmaking focus while others target a specific organization or field.
During the 12-month period ending March 31, 2020, the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff awarded $1.9 million in grants and scholarships through the competitive grants process and through the advice of donors who have established funds with ACF of Flagstaff. Since inception, ACF of Flagstaff has awarded nearly $26 million in grants and scholarships to Flagstaff nonprofit organizations and students.
2021 Competitive Grant Cycles
Grant cycle for organizations serving Page/Lake Powell, Tuba City, and Williams
The annual Northern Arizona Regional Grant Cycle will provide funding for projects and programs serving Page/Lake Powell, Tuba City, and Williams residents. In preparation for the grant application process, organizations are invited to attend a grant application workshop via Zoom. Organizations wishing to apply for funding in 2021 are strongly encouraged to attend.
Grant Application Workshop #1
Tuesday, February 16
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. (Arizona time)
Grant Application Workshop #2
Thursday, February 18
Noon to 2:00 p.m. (Arizona time)
Topics will include an overview of the new grant portal, timelines and eligibility requirements, and elements of an effective application. Both workshops will cover the same information; attend whichever one works best with your schedule. The grant cycle will open Friday, March 5 at 9:00 a.m. with final applications due no later than 4:00 p.m. on Monday, March 29.
Grant cycle for organizations serving Flagstaff
The ACF of Flagstaff competitive grant cycle will provide funding for projects and programs serving Flagstaff residents. Grant application workshops will be hosted in April 2021; check back for more details soon.
ACF of Flagstaff 2020 Competitive Grants
As part of the annual application process, grants totaling $1,165,750 were awarded to 94 nonprofit organizations, in partnership with these generous supporters and grant collaborators:
- American Society of Civil Engineer's Northern Arizona Younger Member Group
- Anonymous Donor
- Cambrium Wealth & Legacy Strategies
- Capstone Health Fund
- Ernest & Evelyn Chilson Fund
- Forest Highlands Foundation
- Geile Charitable Fund
- Molly and Joseph Herman Foundation
- McClanahan Family Unrestricted Fund
- W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.
Grants were awarded to organizations in the areas of healthcare, youth, arts and culture, social services, education, the environment, and animal welfare.