Investing in Arizona Communities

The Arizona Community Foundation invests in our state's vital nonprofits through discretionary grants aligned with our Philanthropic Agenda, grants awarded through donor advice, and loans from our Community Impact Loan Fund and Affordable Housing Fund.

Facts & Figures

Since 1978, we've awarded more than half a billion dollars in total grants and scholarship awards.

Through strategic investments and partnerships, we support and collaborate with the organizations on the front lines working to meet community needs and enhance our shared quality of life throughout Arizona. 

Northern Arizona Grants Workshop - Williams and Tuba City


St. John's Church, Walker Hall 202 W. Grant St., Williams, AZ


Wednesday, February 22, 2017


5:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Nonprofit seminar


Presented by Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff

Through a competitive application process facilitated by the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff, grant funding will be awarded for nonprofit organizations and programs serving Tuba City, Williams, Page and other communities in Northern Arizona. To learn more about the application process and elements of an effective application, representatives of nonprofit organizations, public schools, municipalities and Tribal entities are invited to attend an upcoming grant workshop.

Topics to be discussed during the workshop include the application timeline, eligibility requirements, guidelines and instructions for the Arizona Community Foundation online grants center.

The online application for grants will open on Monday, March 6. Complete applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 27 to be considered.

For more information contact Gwen Groth at or call 928.526.1956.


ACF of Flagstaff

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Our Philanthropic Services team is here to assist you:

Lynn Umphres
Lead Philanthropic Advisor, Non-Competitive Grants

Ashley Anderson
Lead Philanthropic Advisor, Competitive Grants