Other Ways to Give
The Arizona Community Foundation houses many funds that provide donors an opportunity to contribute to the community including funds that were established to honor the memory of a loved one who passed away, scholarship funds that support postsecondary education opportunities, and place-based giving options that extend beyond our regional offices.
Mildred M Isaacs Memorial Fund
Because of Millie’s commitment to the arts, a fund has been created in her memory. Please consider giving to the Mildred M Isaacs Memorial Fund in lieu of flowers.
Morrison Elliott Warren Memorial Fund
The Morrison Elliott Warren Memorial Fund has been established to accept donations to issue scholarships to deserving high school students from Arizona who attend Stanford University.
Thomas K. Hall Memorial Fund
The Thomas K. Hall Memorial Fund supports the arts. In his spare time Tom used his artistic talent to make eccentric pieces of art with metal. In his own words, “All artists start out struggling and starving, maybe I can help them someday.”
The Bishop Henry L. Barnwell Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund was established to realize the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the dream of the late Bishop Henry L. Barnwell, Founder/Chair of the Arizona MLK Celebration Scholarship Committee. That dream is equal access to higher education through scholarships.
To support educational attainment while fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion, Blue Cross® Blue Shield® of Arizona, in partnership with Fiesta Bowl, launched the Empowering Diversity Scholarship. This scholarship supports two educational pathways: post-secondary attainment and general education development.
The Pathway to Careers: Sedona Verde Valley Career and Technical Education Scholarship Fund supports any Sedona/Verde Valley high school graduate or a GED graduate currently residing in Sedona/Verde Valley who is already attending or plans to attend an accredited community college or technical/vocational school in pursuit of an associate's degree, license, or certificate.
Guided by community members, these funds support Desert Mountain employees and dependents, as well as the local trail system.
Guided by community members, the fund advances a culture of giving and provides long-term support for vital programs in Greater Williams.
Guided community members, the fund provides grants to organizations in Page and the area surrounding Lake Powell.
Guided by community members, the fund awards grants to organizations in the Tuba City area.
Guided by community members, the fund provides grants to organizations in the San Luis area.
Grants made from the endowment support the geographic areas of Willcox, Bonita, Bowie, San Simon, Cochise, Dos Cabezas, Dragoon, and Pearce/Sunsites.
Guided by community members, these funds unite the gifts of residents to improve the quality of life in eastern Santa Cruz County.
Grants made from the endowment support youth programs, leadership development, and entrepreneurialism in the Douglas area.
The Bisbee Foundation seeks to enhance the historical, cultural and human qualities that make Bisbee unique.
Established by local Hopis, the Hopi Foundation promotes self sufficiency, proactive community participation, self reliance, and local self determination.
The Tempe Community Foundation was established with the support of local leaders to create a centralized place for giving back to the Tempe community.