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The annual competitive grants process facilitated by the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff will provide financial support to projects serving Tuba City, Page/Lake Powell, and Williams residents. The online grant application is now open at www.azfoundation.org/grants. Completed applications must be submitted before 4:00 p.m. on Monday, March 26 to be considered.
Nonprofit organizations, public schools, municipalities, and Tribal entities are invited to apply for amounts ranging from $500 to $4,000. Grant funding is available to support youth, education, social services, healthcare, senior services, the arts, and other community needs. Projects must serve communities within the Tuba City, Page/Lake Powell and Williams geographic boundaries.
Local staff are available to answer questions and assist nonprofit organizations during the application process. For more information, contact Gwen Groth, Regional Philanthropic Coordinator for ACF of Flagstaff, at 928.526.1956 or GGroth@azfoundation.org. For assistance in completing your application, contact the Arizona Community Foundation’s grants management team at email@example.com.
Three organizations applied for, and received grants from the Flagstaff Animal Welfare Fund in the 2017 ACF of Flagstaff competitive grants process. Ark Cat Sanctuary, Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue and Paw Placement of Northern Arizona received grants totaling $6,300.
While each organization has a different approach, the end result is the control of hundreds of unwanted pets in our community.
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