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Grant process open now for West Valley nonprofits

Applications accepted through May 20

Posted 5/6/22

Applications are now being accepted for APS’s annual West Valley Grants giving program.

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Neighbors

Grant process open now for West Valley nonprofits

Applications accepted through May 20

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Applications are now being accepted for APS’s annual West Valley Grants giving program.

West Valley Grants are available through the Arizona Community Foundation, and are awarded to eligible nonprofits in Glendale, Arlington, Buckeye, Surprise, Tonopah, west Phoenix and the surrounding areas. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Friday, May 20.

For more than 20 years, APS has partnered with Arizona Community Foundation to provide funding to eligible nonprofits that support growth and community needs in the West Valley. Agencies eligible for funding must be designated 501(c)(3) nonprofits and serve in the areas of arts & culture, community development, education, environment or human services.

“We’re committed to doing what is right for the people of Arizona,” Tina Marie Tentori, APS director of community affairs, shared in a statement. “One way we do this is through meaningful partnerships with organizations that understand the needs of the community and work to bolster growth and prosperity for everyone.”

In 2021, 39 West Valley nonprofits received a total of $250,000. Grants supported a variety of community initiatives, including a STEM club for youth, community food pantry, mobile career center and emergency shelter support.

Visit azfoundation.org for more information and to apply for an APS West Valley grant.

 

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