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Goodyear community funding grants available to nonprofits

City has awarded more than $500,000 to nonprofits in the past five years

Posted 6/4/21

Each year, thousands of Goodyear residents benefit from the services and programs offered by nonprofits, from providing families with food and clothes to assisting teens in crisis and sheltering domestic violence victims, nonprofits provide critical resources for the community. 

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PARTNERSHIPS

Goodyear community funding grants available to nonprofits

City has awarded more than $500,000 to nonprofits in the past five years

Posted

Each year, thousands of Goodyear residents benefit from the services and programs offered by nonprofits, from providing families with food and clothes to assisting teens in crisis and sheltering domestic violence victims, nonprofits provide critical resources for the community. 

As a way to support these essential programs and services, the city of Goodyear offers nonprofits an opportunity to apply for a grant as part of the city’s Community Funding Program.

In fiscal 2021, 21 recipients, including All Faith Community Services, Agua Fria Food and Clothing Bank, Homeless Youth Connection, Lutheran Social Services and New Life Center, received a combined $114,400. 

Applications for the FY2022 funding cycle are due by noon Friday, June 11. The city will award up to $214,400, which is an increase of $100,000 over previous years.

For more information on how to apply and the online application process, visit  goodyearaz.gov/communityfunding, email communityfunding@goodyearaz.gov or call 623-882-7804.

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