Cycling Grants in Arizona
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Bob And Renee Parsons Foundation
Bob and Renee Parsons Foundation Grant
We deal in hope by partnering with community organizations striving to make a difference.
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation was formed to reach low-income and underserved populations, marginalized communities and causes often overlooked or underfunded by mainstream philanthropy. Dealing in the areas of homelessness, medical care, at-risk youth, education and the needs of wounded veterans, The Foundation provides transformational gifts to nonprofit organizations that are successfully addressing these issues and can demonstrate and measure the impact of their work.
Our areas of interest include:
Youth & Education
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation is a passionate supporter of organizations and activities that benefit the youth and education of our community. “Bob and I believe that all young people deserve an opportunity to reach their greatest potential. We want to provide opportunities that break the cycles of poverty and discrimination to allow children to create a better life for themselves and their families.” – Renee Parsons
Health & Home
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation is dedicated to increasing access to medical care and housing for those who are in need. By funding supportive services & housing intervention strategies for the homeless, dental & medical clinics for the uninsured & undocumented, and wellness centers focused on underserved populations, we hope to improve the quality of life for thousands of deserving people who are often overlooked.
Military & First Responders
“The men and women who serve our country are very special people and they deserve our support … Their unwavering commitment has made our nation safer and a far better place for all.” – Bob Parsons
We believe that every dream begins with hope — that single minded, relentless refusal to give up even in the darkest moments. That hope compels us to partner with organizations that break down barriers to opportunities in which people change their lives forever. And dreams become real.
Our Mission Statement
To wisely invest dollars in community efforts that will help impact (in measurable terms) individuals in our society who are dependent on the charitable support of others. We believe the most effective way to do that is to invest our contribution dollars and volunteers in strategic efforts that help those at risk reach their functional capacity as successful, independent citizens.
QuikTrip believes in investing in the communities in which our employees live and work. Every year, QuikTrip donates 5% of our annual net profit to qualified 501c3 non-profit agencies, which includes our United Way campaign match, support for National Safe Place agencies, Folds of Honor scholarships and many other agencies that support at-risk youth and early childhood education.
Types of Support
- Coupon, Gift Card and Product Donations
- Fundraiser/Event Sponsorship
At-Risk Youth and Early Childhood Education
QuikTrip partners with non-profit organizations that work with at-risk youth, to help end the generational cycle of poverty. We believe that education is the key to reaching this goal. QuikTrip believes that all youth, regardless of their economic situation, deserve the chance to become successful, independent citizens. To that end, QuikTrip partners with non-profit organizations that provide at-risk youth opportunities to grow and succeed.
Arizona Community Foundation
The Phoenix Industrial Development Authority (Phoenix IDA) and the Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation are partnering with the Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) to administer the Community Development Fund to provide investments to nonprofit organizations located within Phoenix and Maricopa County. The funds will be invested in Phoenix and throughout Maricopa County to support quality, strategic grant proposals in four priority areas: Affordable Housing, Economic/Community Development, Health Innovation, and Youth & Family Development. Where appropriate, other funding sources may be encouraged to leverage the grant and maximize impact of the Community Development Funds
The Phoenix IDA and PCDIC prefers to avoid relationships which can make an applicant dependent upon the Community Development Funds for the administration of a project or program over a period of years. The proven ability to build sustainable programs is of critical importance.
Only Proposals supporting the below focus areas will be accepted. Please review the priorities of each area to ensure your organization is eligible to apply to this funding opportunity
- Affordable Housing
- Economic/Community Development
- Health Innovation,
- Youth & Family Development.
This fund will make investments supporting housing and housing related matters. Programs, projects or services that address homeownership, neighborhood revitalization, homebuyer counseling, homebuyer education, home rehabilitation and foreclosure prevention are examples of requests that may be considered.
This fund will consider Investments in programs that revitalize the Phoenix community in the areas of economic development, supportive and affordable housing, economic success initiatives for the working-poor, and workforce development projects supporting self-sufficiency including but not limited to work readiness, job placement assistance and/or occupational skills training
This fund will make investments in overall community health, emerging programs that facilitate jobs in health care. In addition, special consideration will be given to providing funding for programs that increase access to healthcare and primary prevention programs for low to moderate income populations.
Youth and Family Development
This fund will make investments to support high quality initiatives and the most innovative collaborations in schools or school districts that focus on one or more of the following areas:
- Improving academic rigor and relevance for all students
- Early childhood education systems
- Increasing access to a postsecondary education for all students
- Parent engagement
Preference will be given to initiatives that evidence sustainability beyond the grant cycle and establish or strengthen district or system wide collaborations.
Del E Webb Foundation
The Del E. Webb Foundation invests in productivity that results in long-term benefits.
We believe that investing in results-based programs will impact the future of our society by allowing it to reach its maximum potential.
Our ValuesFollowing Del E. Webb's legacy, our giving is defined by new ideas and innovative adaptations. We invest in results by committing to programs operating within Arizona, California or Nevada that create or enhance opportunities for permanent improvements. We focus primarily on child and health initiatives.FundingThe range of grants is $5,000 to $3,000,000. Round the amount to the nearest $1,000.
Fiesta Events Inc.
At the heart of the Fiesta Bowl Organization is a simple mission: to enhance organizations that contribute to the success of their communities through youth, sports and education. Through its two annual bowl games in the Valley, the PlayStation Fiesta Bowl and the Guaranteed Rate Bowl, as well as community events throughout the year, Fiesta Bowl Charities has impacted hundreds of thousands throughout Arizona!
Fiesta Bowl Charities partners with nonprofits whose mission aligns with one or more of our pillars youth, sports and education.
Arizona Community Foundation
Cox Communications, in partnership with its fiscal partner Arizona Community Foundation, is pleased to invite your nonprofit organization to apply for grants through Cox Charities. This is a special opportunity to receive funding for programs that support one or more of Cox Charities’ three philanthropic cornerstones: Education (with a priority on K-12 and STEAM), Diversity (with a priority on programs serving 80% of more of a target population or serve an inclusion, diversity and equity initiative), and Environment/Sustainability programs (with a priority on water conservation, waste or carbon reduction).
Western States Arts Federation
TourWest is a competitive grant program, supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, that provides subsidies to arts and community organizations for the presentation of touring performers and literary artists within the 13-state WESTAF region. The WESTAF region includes the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawai’i, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and Pacific jurisdictions (American Samoa, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), Guam). Applications are reviewed by a panel of industry leaders on artistic and cultural merit, presentation of programs to underserved and/or culturally diverse audiences, quality of the outreach activities, engagement and collaboration (including block booking), and thoroughness of the project’s planning.
For the 2023 cycle, WESTAF will be providing support for the administration of an organization’s regional touring program. WESTAF defines regional touring as programming that presents out-of-state touring artists and/or in-state touring artists traveling at least 50 miles to your venue. WESTAF also encourages the inclusion of community/educational outreach as part of an organization’s presentation of touring artists. This programming can be virtual and/or in-person in accordance with state guidelines.
For the 2023 program cycle, applicants may apply for one TourWest grant up to $5,000 or 50% of the overall programming expenses, whichever is less. Support is available for use by organizations for their regional touring program budgets for any of the following:
- Artist/contractor fees
- Administration costs
- Programming/marketing costs
TourWest 2023- 2024 support is available to organizations that meet the following programmatic requirements:
- Support applies to activities between September 1, 2023 and August 31, 2024.
- Applicants may submit one application.
- Applicants are required to apply for grants that support the presentation of out-of-state touring performers, musicians, and literary artists as part of administering the organization’s regional touring programming. As described above, regional touring is defined as at least 50 miles from the performance venue. Applicants are encouraged to feature performers from the western United States; however, the performers do not have to be from WESTAF’s region and can be internationally based.
- TourWest funds can be used to support performances in festivals. The festival organization itself, not individual presenters participating in the festival, may apply.
- TourWest funds are federal funds and require a one-to-one cash match. As the grant award will support a portion of regional touring program expenses, the remaining program expense amount is to be paid by the grantee and is considered the cash match for the grant.
- Grantees cannot match Arts Endowment funds to other Arts Endowment grants funds or other federal funds, nor get two different federal grants for the same program costs (overlapping costs).
- Grantees cannot match resources with another Arts Endowment award or other federal program.
- Certain contributions or gifts provided to your organization are restricted and cannot be used to support the program.
- Gifts (bequeathed or otherwise) that are not available to your organization during the award period of performance cannot be used to match the Arts Endowment award.
- TourWest funds cannot be used in any portion for institutional overhead or F&A costs or applied to any indirect costs. These funds, which are made possible through the National Endowment for the Arts regional touring program, are to be specifically directed to regional touring programming.
Arizona Coyotes Foundation
Over the past 21 years, the Coyotes have proudly raised millions of dollars that have helped hundreds of organizations in the State of Arizona.
The Arizona Coyotes Foundation strives to enhance the quality of life throughout Arizona by supporting organizations and programs that promote access to education, health and wellness and economic advancement for underserved and diverse communities.
Our key funding priorities are focused on three (3) areas. Grantees will be selected based on one or more of the following priorities - the number of funding priorities met does not influence selected organizations.
- According to the Arizona Board of Regents, educational attainment is one of Arizona's greatest social and economic challenges. Arizona Coyotes and the Arizona Coyotes Foundation are committed to helping Arizona close the education gap for underserved communities by supporting nonprofit organizations and programs that prioritize educational attainment for students of color, veterans and non-traditional students and other underrepresented groups.
Health and Wellness
- Guided by the notion that healthy people = healthy communities, Arizona Coyotes and the Arizona Coyotes Foundation are committed to supporting organizations and programs that promote access to resources that improve health outcomes for underserved and underinsured populations
- Arizona Coyotes and the Arizona Coyotes Foundation believe that personal economic security carries important benefits for the health and well-being of individuals and entire communities. We are committed to supporting organizations and programs that promote access to financial resources and facilitate economic participation for people of color, underrepresented and underemployed groups to be valuable contributors to a vibrant Arizona economy.
Harry C. & Deborah L. Elliott Family Foundation
- The Elliott Family Foundation has no formal application deadline, but has adopted a yearly funding cycle that occurs in late Fall.
- All applicants are encouraged to submit proposals well in advance of, but no later than, mid-September for consideration within that calendar year
Established in 2003, the Harry C. & Deborah L. Elliott Family Foundation is the philanthropic arm of builder and developer Elliott Homes. The Foundation’s mission is to enhance the quality of human life in the communities it serves. To that end, we help patients gain access to life-saving emergency care at hospitals, women and children rebuild their lives with safe shelter, and college students reach their goals through multi-year scholarships, among other projects. The Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors that meets on a monthly basis.
Funding has traditionally gone to community health care projects, scholarships for higher education, housing the homeless, environmental preservation and conservation, and services for disadvantaged seniors. Areas in which the Board members have special knowledge or interest are also considered.
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