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Organizations serving residents of Tuba City, Page/Lake Powell, and Williams are invited to attend a grant application workshop hosted by the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff. The grant application workshop will equip organizations with helpful knowledge in preparing for the annual competitive grant cycle.
Attendance is highly encouraged for any organization wishing to apply for grants in 2020. Topics to be discussed include an overview of the ACF online grants center, grant guidelines, and elements of an effective application. The same information will be provided at each workshop so nonprofits are encouraged to attend whichever one works best with their schedule. Registration is also encouraged in order to secure a seat at the workshop.
GRANT APPLICATION WORKSHOP #1
Tuesday, February 18
5:15 to 6:30 p.m.
St. John’s Church, Walker Hall
202 W. Grant Avenue, Williams
RSVP online at NAZGrants0218.eventbrite.com
GRANT APPLICATION WORKSHOP #2
Friday, February 21
Noon to 2:00 p.m.
Coconino Community College, Page Campus
475 S. Lake Powell Boulevard, Room A-1, Page
RSVP online at NAZGrants0221.eventbrite.com
GRANT APPLICATION WORKSHOP #3
Saturday, February 22
10:00 a.m. to Noon
RSVP online at NAZGrants0222.eventbrite.com
GRANT APPLICATION WORKSHOP #4
Wednesday, February 26
ACF of Flagstaff
150 W. Dale Avenue, Suite 3, Flagstaff
RSVP online at NAZGrants0226.eventbrite.com
For more information on the grant workshops, contact Regional Philanthropic Coordinator Gwen Groth at GGroth@azfoundation.org or call 928.526.1956.
As winter approaches, the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff realizes the need for shelter, food, and other resources is especially crucial. The Flagstaff Resource Guide and Food Resource Guide are available to you and community members. We encourage you to share these resources.
The Arizona Trail Association is a nonprofit who works to protect, maintain, enhance, promote, and sustain the Arizona Trail - which is a part of a larger trail that spans 800 miles between Utah, Mexico, and Arizona. The organization enlisted people living near the path to post their contact information online for trail users to use when in need of a shuttle, shower, or place to stay. Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff Board of Advisor member Brian Blue is a trail angel, and is featured in the Arizona Daily Star article about the organization. Read more here.
The Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff and funding collaborators awarded $1,853,365 in grants to Flagstaff-area nonprofit organizations at the annual Celebrating Flagstaff’s Nonprofit Organizations event on Monday, September 23. Funding supported 114 nonprofits who work in education, healthcare, arts and culture, social services, animal welfare, and the environment.
“This is my favorite event of the year,” said ACF of Flagstaff Board of Advisors Chair Kimberlie Geile-Gonzalez. “I don’t know of any other community that comes together in this way to assist programs that include music, environmental education, healthcare, social services, and so many other diverse nonprofit programs and projects in our community. It is exciting to watch the Flagstaff community grow and thrive.”
The contributions from ACF of Flagstaff bring the total philanthropic impact to over $3 million distributed in the past year to support area nonprofits and provide scholarships for local students. To learn more about the organizations and projects supported through the 2019 competitive grants process, contact Regional Philanthropic Coordinator Gwen Groth at 928.526.1956.
Coconino Community College, Page Campus 475 S. Lake Powell Blvd., Room A-1, Page
Friday, February 21, 2020
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
In preparation for the 2020 competitive grants process, the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff invites organizations who serve residents of Page/Lake Powell, Tuba City, and Williams to attend a grant application workshop.
Topics to be discussed during the workshop include application timelines, eligibility requirements, guidelines, and instructions for the Arizona Community Foundation online grants center.
Attendance is highly encouraged for any organization wishing to apply for grants in 2020. Contact Gwen Groth at GGroth@azfoundation.org or 928.526.1956 for more information.
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