Every community has its unique set of needs, issues and opportunities. Through our programs and by working with our partners, we believe that together we can have a greater impact for good in Southern Arizona.
This free, impartial and confidential resource is available for professional advisors, donors and nonprofits as they explore the possibilities of philanthropy. Its mission is to increase planned and major gifts made to charitable organizations in Southern Arizona.
This network of accomplished individuals combines financial contributions and professional skills with a passion for philanthropy. Leveraging their collective expertise and resources, they partner with and strengthen promising nonprofits for maximum community impact.
COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE FUNDS
The mission of this fund is to sustain and build upon the outpouring of good will, compassion and kindness that the community responded with after the tragic event in Tucson on Jan. 8, 2011.
This fund addresses the chronic pattern of underfunding of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender programs and supports efforts to address these issues through philanthropy and endowment building.
This Fund was established to coordinate and channel a variety of community funds to meet the immediate and long-term needs of those impacted by the January 8, 2011 tragedy in Tucson.
To improve and sustain the quality of life in Oro Valley, the Foundation makes grants to area nonprofits, awards scholarships to youth, builds endowment, and provides leadership on community issues.
The Foundation strengthens and builds the nonprofit sector with financial support and technical assistance, focusing on solutions to the problems that affect the quality of schools, the environment, and the health and social care systems in Santa Cruz County.
Members and residents of Stone Canyon and the Stone Canyon Club make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate in the Oro Valley and Tucson communities by assisting local charitable organizations that help young people get on track and stay on track. They place special emphasis on early childhood education, successful high school graduation, and the development of life skills.
Howard V. Moore Foundation
Established through the estate of Howard V. Moore, this Foundation makes qualifying distributions to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona in support of philanthropic purposes.
Melody S. Robidoux Foundation
The Foundation provides grants to a variety of organizations and supports nonprofits with technical assistance in the form of graphic design and production of printed materials.
Created by the developer and homebuilders of the Sycamore Canyon master planned community, this Foundation guides the conservation, protection and appreciation of the dedicated 1,100 acres of natural open space in the Sycamore Canyon Preserve.
Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation
The Foundation promotes, encourages and aids the work of benevolent, charitable, hospital, scientific, literacy and educational institutions in Southern Arizona, as well as nationally and internationally.
William Edwin Hall Foundation
This Foundation primarily funds programs for children and youth with a focus on prevention activities that enable them to become healthy and productive adults.
As a social change organization, the Women’s Foundation is committed to helping women and girls overcome economic, political, gender and social barriers, improving the status of women and girls in Southern Arizona through donor services, grantmaking, research and advocacy.
Each year, designated Arizona schools, community colleges and other higher learning institutions are invited to participate in the Foundation’s educational scholarship program to benefit their students.
Zuckerman Community Outreach Foundation
Individuals and organizations that promote health and wellness in Southern Arizona and on a national level benefit through this Foundation, which also extends its generosity to creative and artistic endeavors that positively impact the human experience.