Arizona Community Foundation

Grants are made to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, schools, faith-based organizations, Tribal entities and occasionally to government agencies.


Arizona Historical Records Advisory Board

The Board serves as the central advisory body for historical records planning and for national historical publications and records commission funded projects developed and carried out in this state. The Board also serves as a coordinating body to facilitate cooperation among historical records repositories and other information agencies in this state and as a state-level review body for grant proposals as defined in the national historical publications and records commission guidelines.


Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Grants from the Community Foundation are diverse. Some are awarded through a competitive application process, while others reflect a recommendation from a donor advised fund.


Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation

The foundation awards grants specifically for various ideas including education and training, as well as cultural preservation and the arts.


Marshall Foundation

Marshall Foundation seeks to enhance the lives of Tucson and Pima County residents by supporting charitable organizations involved in education, health and youth projects and services.


Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

The Piper Trust’s grantmaking focuses on Virginia Galvin Piper’s commitment to improving the quality of life for residents of Maricopa County. The Trust awards grants in six core program areas of arts and culture, children, education, healthcare and medical research, older adults, and religious organizations.