Arizona Endowment Building Institute

Arizona Endowment Building Institute
The Arizona Endowment Building Institute was created in 2005 to give Arizona nonprofit organizations the tools and education they need to develop and implement endowment building programs.

With financial stability, organizations can be more effective

The Arizona Endowment Building Institute's structured curriculum provides each participating organization with a team of mentors to train Board members, assist with developing policies, and implement a specific plan of action. In addition, ACF offers ongoing support to AEBI alumni.

AEBI is ACF’s Advanced Track for nonprofits with serious interest, capacity and resources to build an organizational endowment. Beginner and intermediate tracks offer an introduction to endowment building and assist participating nonprofits in preparing for future application to AEBI.

Is your organization ready to begin?

Is your organization serious about building an organizational endowment and developing a planned giving program? Find out more about how the Arizona Endowment Building Institute can guide your nonprofit organization to the next level during an informational session led by planned giving experts.

Before a nonprofit can participate in an AEBI training program, at least one representative of the organization must attend an informational session. Since the content for each of the sessions we have scheduled for this spring is the same, you can register for the date that best fits your schedule.

Upcoming AEBI Informational Sessions

Registration for our upcoming AEBI Informational Sessions is now open. The same information will be provided at each session; attend whichever one works best with your schedule.

AEBI Info Session #1

Tuesday, May 17, 2022
11:00 a.m. to Noon

AEBI Info Session #2

Thursday, June 9, 2022
2:00 to 3:00 p.m.




Participating organizations

These nonprofit organizations have taken advantage of the learning offered through an AEBI class:

All Saints Episcopal Church & Day School
Area Agency on Aging-Region One
Arizona Animal Welfare League
Arizona Center for Law in the Public Interest
Arizona Foundation for Women
Arizona Women’s Education and Employment
Ballet Arizona
Banner Health Foundation
Beatitudes Campus of Care
Beatitudes Center DOAR
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona
Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix
Cancer Support Community Arizona
Catholic Charities Community Services
Child Crisis Arizona
Christian Care Communities
Crisis Nursery
Desert Botanical Garden
El Rio Health Center Foundation
Florence Crittenton Services
Foundation for Blind Children
Franciscan Renewal Center
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation
Free Arts for Abused Children
Gompers Habilitation Center
Herberger Theater Center
Horses Help
Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona
Lowell Observatory
Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest
Museum of Indigenous People

Musical Instrument Museum
Neighborhood Ministries
A New Leaf
New Life Center
Paz de Cristo
Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix Rescue Mission
The Phoenix Symphony
Phoenix Zoo
Prescott College
Prescott Meals on Wheels
Rainbow Acres
Save the Family
Sedona Arts Center
Sedona Community Center
Sedona Historical Society
Sedona International Film Festival
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Sojourner Center
Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance
Stardust Building Supplies
Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development
UMOM New Day Centers
Valley Life
Valley Presbyterian Church Foundation
Verde Valley Caregivers Coalition
Yavapai College Foundation
Valley of the Sun YMCA
Yavapai Humane Society
YWCA of Greater Phoenix

These months of learning, planning and effort have created a new emphasis on endowment development. Our leaders, staff and trustees are better prepared to promote and manage endowment.  We are privileged to have been selected and grateful to the staff and funders who had the vision to execute this program. The impact of this process will continue for years.

— Valley Presbyterian Church Foundation