Community Foundation for Southern Arizona FY2020 Annual Report

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40 Years of Impact

1980-2020

Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2020


Our Purpose To create an equitable and vibrant community for all Southern Arizonans by connecting donors to the causes they care about, now and forever.

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Together, we are building an equitable and vibrant community for all. In 2020, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona celebrated our 40th anniversary by honoring our visionary founders, as well as the individuals who have allowed CFSA to grow and increase its impact over the last four decades. We also celebrated surpassing $200 million in grants to the community in partnership with you, our generous donors. In March 2020, we leveraged our history and our resources to respond to the greatest challenge of our time – COVID-19. Partnering with local businesses, foundations and individuals, CFSA moved quickly to offer critical funding and support to nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona. As we look to a future reshaped by the pandemic, our staff and board members worked together to develop a new strategic plan and purpose statement, “To create an equitable and vibrant community for all Southern Arizonans by connecting donors to the causes they care about, now and forever.” Our success has been the result of people coming together – people like you that are committed to making our community a better place for all.

J. Clinton Mabie President and CEO

J. Clinton Mabie

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Our Initiatives The African American Legacy Fund (AALF) works to address the educational and economic disparities faced by African Americans who call Southern Arizona home. Through its grant making, AALF supports innovative educational programs for African American youth in the community. AALF is led by an advisory board whose members are committed to making an impact in our community, raising funds each year to grant to nonprofit organizations and building an endowment fund to ensure philanthropic dollars are available in perpetuity. The Center for Healthy Nonprofits works to strengthen the Southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering free and reduced cost capacity-building workshops and training for nonprofit professionals and volunteers. It is essential that nonprofit organizations keep up with best practices and find the means to learn new skills and develop their workforce and governing boards as they work to fulfill their missions. Work in the nonprofit sector presents unique challenges, often stemming from too few resources. The Center works to fill that resource gap and maximize the impact of every nonprofit. The Community Foundation Campus opened in January of 2019 as a shared space for community advancement. The Campus was designed to strengthen Southern Arizona’s nonprofit community by cultivating an environment that promotes networking, partnerships, and shared learning. The Campus spans more than 24,000 square feet across three buildings with a central courtyard. It offers open and enclosed offices for lease to nonprofits, nonprofit suites, shared amenities, numerous meeting and event spaces, and a drop-in coworking space.

Our Services The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Queer (LGBTQ+) Alliance Fund seeks to foster charitable

giving in support of innovative programs and initiatives that benefit the LGBTQ+ community in Southern Arizona. Created in 1999 in partnership with the National Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership, the Alliance 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. The Alliance Fund connects donors with projects that benefit the LGBTQ+ community through annual competitive grant rounds.

Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard was

created to measurably improve Southern Arizona through data-driven, collective civic action and education. MAP fills a gap by providing a common collection of information upon which to evaluate our community and collaborate to address our shared issues. MAP is the product of a partnership between the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, the Pima Association of Governments, the Southern Arizona Leadership Council, Sun Corridor, Inc. and the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management.

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW) works to

ensure that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. An initiative of CFSA, the group currently has three focus areas: building up and spreading the word about resources for people and their pets; a marketing campaign to adopt locally; and a program to help housebound seniors and disabled individuals get what they need for their pets.

Individuals and Families: The Community Foundation for

Southern Arizona (CFSA) staff members provide personalized service to individuals and families to assist them in identifying and actualizing their philanthropic goals. We learn about their interests and recommend a combination of giving vehicles to best achieve those goals. Some giving vehicles are designed to support a specific charity over a number of years or to support a particular community cause of the donor’s choosing. Others allow the individual or family to receive an immediate tax deduction with the continuing ability to recommend grants to various charities year after year. There are also ways to partner with CFSA to build our investment in the community. Understanding that the needs of a community change over time, many donors support our community’s endowment fund, providing a path for CFSA to address Southern Arizona’s most pressing needs, now and into the future.

Southern Arizona Nonprofit Organizations: In addition to

the financial support provided to Southern Arizona nonprofits through donor advised grants and competitive grantmaking, CFSA also supports local nonprofits with capacity-building and technical assistance through its Center for Healthy Nonprofits. The Center’s training programs include a variety of workshops, roundtables, and seminars featuring both “hot topics” and basic nonprofit management and leadership curricula. By tapping into the rich resource of the nonprofit consulting community in Southern Arizona, as well as nationally recognized experts, the Center offers nonprofit valuable guidance and skill development to benefit organizations of all sizes. CFSA also provides endowment management services for nonprofits ready to engage in endowment building to provide financial support to their organization in perpetuity.


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Supporting Organizations and Geographic Affiliates Southern Arizona Businesses: CFSA offers expertise and

administrative support to large and small corporations and businesses to efficiently contribute to the community. While individual business needs vary, they have the opportunity to benefit from the professional administration services offered by CFSA to leverage their support to the community by: • Distributing grants on behalf of the business and providing status reports on them, thereby reducing its internal processes. • Ensuring grants are sent to legitimate nonprofit organizations supporting the community. • Recommending specific community needs that demonstrate effective ways of accomplishing their mission.

Private Foundations: In recent years, families who have

established private foundations have found that converting their private foundation into a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation receive a number of benefits that include: • Avoiding burdensome reporting requirements and certain taxes imposed on private foundations. • The founding donors’ philanthropic wishes will continue to be honored, and although family members continue to make granting decisions, the Community Foundation will ensure that the original philanthropic objectives remain in place.

Supporting Organizations

CFSA Properties, Inc. holds, owns, and operates real properties to benefit the mission of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. The David S. and Norma R. Lewis Foundation supports global initiatives that give people the tools and resources to build hope, equality, opportunity, justice, equity and compassion in human relations. They also support Southern Arizona creative-arts organizations and initiatives that help the less fortunate succeed.

Howard V. Moore Foundation makes distributions to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona in support of philanthropic purposes. Social Venture Partners Tucson combines the power of business with the passion of philanthropy to enhance philanthropic education and invest in innovative nonprofit organizations. Sycamore Canyon Conservation Foundation established for the purpose of monitoring, maintaining and repairing certain environmentally-sensitive areas near Tucson, Arizona. Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation supports the community through grants to qualified religious, charitable, scientific and educational organizations.

William Edwin Hall Foundation supports the community through grants to programs for children. Worth & Dot Howard Foundation offers educational scholarships to a wide range of meritorious

individuals from designated Arizona schools, community colleges, and other higher learning institutions.

Professional Advisors: Individuals rely on professional advisors

— attorneys, financial planners, CPAs, trust officers, investment advisors, and insurance agents — to guide them in the process of making decisions about their estate plans. These professional advisors collaborate with CFSA staff to set up mechanisms to honor the donor’s intent now and forever. They also work with us to build relationships with potential donors and with other professional advisors in the community.

Geographic Affiliates

Santa Cruz Community Foundation (SCCF) is a permanent charitable resource that was founded in 2001 by area residents to empower their community to invest in itself. SCCF helps Santa Cruz County prepare for the future by strengthening the community through the awarding of scholarships and grants to nonprofit organizations.

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African American Legacy Fund

$136,000+ granted since 2013 to

support innovative educational programs for African American youth

Founded in 2013 by esteemed educator, philanthropist, and civic leader Dr. Anna Jolivet, Ph.D., the African American Legacy Fund (AALF) works to address the educational and economic disparities faced by African Americans who call Southern Arizona home. Through its grantmaking, AALF supports innovative educational programs for African American youth in the community. To date, the African American Legacy Fund has provided $136,000 in grants to twelve nonprofit collaborations. Dr. Jolivet had a vision of what Southern Arizona can be when we bring together people, money, and goodwill to make sure all of our children, youth, and families have

the opportunities and resources to prosper. Last year, in honor of the continued guidance provided by Dr. Jolivet’s vision, African American Legacy Fund leadership established the Anna Jolivet African American Endowment Fund to ensure her legacy continues to support the growth and development of the Black community. In light of the social injustices highlighted nationally and locally, African American Legacy Fund leadership determined to do more than craft a statement. They prepared an action plan to commit to the real work that needs to happen in order to create a more just and equitable society. In addition to continued grantmaking and endowment

AALF Board Members present grant award to I Am You 360 and Boys & Girls Club of Tucson in February 2020.

building, the African American Legacy Fund has set the following priorities to guide their work in the community: • Increase leadership capacity in Southern Arizona’s African American community. • Provide postsecondary educational scholarships to local African American students. • Commit to community education about political issues as well as voter education. • Engage and bolster Black/African American philanthropy. • Bring awareness and support to Blackowned businesses and Black-led organizations in Southern Arizona.

I Am You 360’s Hygiene Dispensary Program employs at risk youth to create and distribute hygiene bags to their peers.


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Community Foundation Campus In 2019, the dream of creating a nonprofit campus for Southern Arizona became a reality. Thanks to generous support from our donors, the Community Foundation Campus offers nonprofit organizations multiple ways to convene, collaborate, and grow.

300+ trainings, meetings, and

networking events brought together multiple sectors to collaborate and learn

The Campus addressed a critical need in our community for a central hub of shared learning where experts share knowledge openly, mentorship happens spontaneously, and collaboration flows naturally. Since opening, the Campus has welcomed hundreds of nonprofit professionals and hosted over 300 trainings, meetings, and networking events. These meetings and events brought together

CF Campus offers an open and inviting breakroom for event attendees and tenants.

multiple sectors to share expertise and ideas, increasing capacity across the community to tackle emerging and systemic issues. In addition to providing office and event space for nonprofits, the Campus also offers nonprofit professionals the opportunity to participate in workshops, free trainings, and social events. The social events at Campus are purposefully “agenda-less” to give nonprofit professionals time to build relationships with their peers and lay the foundation for future collaborative work. From self-care workshops to CPR classes, CFSA tenants have access to numerous free resources.

Pre-COVID-19, nonprofit professionals gathered every other month at the CF Campus for agendaless networking events to build relationships and make new connections.


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LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

$943,000+ granted since 1999 to

improve the lives of LGBTQ+ members of our community.

The LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund was created in 1999 by the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona with support from the National Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership. The Fund addresses the chronic underfunding of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender programs through philanthropy and endowment building. To date, the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund has awarded 194 grants, totaling $943,397, to more than 70 local organizations. In 2020, LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund celebrated its 21st year of giving back to regional queer initiatives and programs. The Fund honored this critical milestone in two ways: they awarded $72,060 to 14 organizations – their largest grant-round since 1999 – and

they welcomed Andrés Cano as the organization’s first Director in its 21-year history. As Director, Cano is working to expand the Fund’s philanthropic grantmaking, increase the Fund’s endowment, and Andrés Cano further develop the Fund’s community presence. Grants ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 were awarded to organizations addressing a variety of needs in Southern Arizona’s LGBTQ+ community.

The Florence Project, one of this year’s Alliance Fund grantees, offers free legal and social services to help individuals in detention. LGBTQ+ immigrants from around the world face disproportionately high levels of discrimination, violence, and persecution as a direct result of their sexual and gender identities. Many continue to experience harassment and abuse while detained in U.S. immigration detention facilities. “We are deeply grateful for the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund’s support, which will allow us to continue providing free legal services for LGBTQ+ immigrants in detention during a time in which immigrants’ rights are under attack across the country,” said Lauren Dasse, Executive Director at the Florence Project. “This generous grant will help give our clients a fighting chance at justice.” The number of LGBTQ+ seniors in Southern Arizona continues to increase, and Southern Arizona Senior Pride offers critical support services to those in need. “With support from the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund, Southern Arizona Senior Pride has been given the opportunity to grow toward sustainability as we provide critical social, cultural, and well-being services,” said Lavina Tomer, Volunteer Executive Director at Senior Pride. “The Alliance Fund has given generous funding, recognition, and support for LGBTQI+ older adults, our community’s treasured activists, historians, wise ones, and friends.”

Southern Arizona Senior Pride offers critical support to LGBTQ+ seniors.

The Florence Project offers free legal services to LGBTQ+ immigrants like Jade, pictured above with her legal team and her fiancée.


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MAP Dashboard

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare

The award-winning Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard was formed through a unique partnership between the University of Arizona, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, and Southern Arizona Leadership Council to develop a project to measurably improve Southern Arizona through data-driven, collective civic action and education. The MAP provides users with Affordable housing event at Community Foundation Campus. reliable and accurate data about our region’s progress Community outreach and engagement is a in key areas of community wellbeing, as key part of the MAP Dashboard. Researchers well as access to the latest information from the University of Arizona’s Economic and research. The MAP Dashboard fills and Business Research Center gave 14 public a resource gap by providing a common presentations to local residents last year collection of research and information including the Economic Outlook Luncheon upon which to evaluate and measure and Breakfast with the Economists, the MAP key socio-economic indicators in our Talk webinar series, and the Community community and collaborate to address our Foundation for Southern Arizona’s housing shared issues. affordability event that brought together over The content on the MAP Dashboard is 100 individuals from multiple sectors at the constantly expanding and changing in Community Foundation Campus. response to the most pressing community issues. In addition to the regular data updates done throughout the year, 19 feature articles and three white papers community members appeared on the MAP website. These included articles on the economic impacts participated in the MAP of the COVID-19 outbreak, the impacts of Future of Work event in automation on the workforce, affordable housing, and much more. January 2020

The Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW), an initiative of CFSA, started in 2012 to ensure that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. At that time, almost 13,000 animals a year were being euthanized annually at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) and our community needed to act. Today, PACC has a 90% save rate. Over the past eight years, PAAW has supported Pima County’s animals by building voice and collaboration amongst stakeholders in the animal welfare world. PAAW brings together animal-loving representatives from nonprofits, county shelters, rescue groups, churches, businesses, and more and has hosted 15 community-wide gatherings with trainings and presentations by animal experts.

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In 2014, PAAW members organized the first annual Adopt Love, Adopt Local mega adoption event for all the community’s rescue groups. In 2018, PAAW members launched the nationally-recognized program “Helping People, Helping Pets.” This program has built partnerships between animal welfare and social service organizations to provide home delivered pet food to seniors. On October 2019, more than 55 animal welfare advocates gathered at the CF Campus for PAAW’s Biannual Meeting. In addition to sharing general updates and announcements, attendees learned about feline behavior from a local veterinarian and effective shelter storytelling with a local social media expert.

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Dr. Sarah Neuser, DVM, discusses feline behavior at the PAAW Biannual Meeting in October 2019.


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Financial Highlights Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020)

Investment Performance (Endowment Pool as of June 30, 2020) 1-year 2.20% 3-year 4.50% 5-year 4.70%

Community Foundation Assets in Millions

$19,658,844

Community Foundation Fund Assets Supporting Organizations Assets

Gifts

$160 Balance Sheet (as of June 30, 2020)

$140 $20.52 Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents $ 15,444,799 $25.47 Investments 125,463,023 $120 Unconditional Promises to Give, Net 134,512 $123.75 Contributions Receivable 5,717,600 Property and Equipment, Net 5,918,114 Other Receivables and Other Assets 2,682,069 $100 $106.56 Total Assets $ 155,360,117

$28.52

$26.63

$128.40 $128.00

$20.91

$134.45

Grants

$441,084 Scholarships

Corporate scholarships $203,500 General scholarships $52,500 Criteria-specific scholarships $185,084

Liabilities $80 Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses $ 272,741 Grants and Distributions Payable 1,552,388 Designated Obligations 1,085,317 Due to Other Agencies 6,611,170 $60 Notes Payable – Total Liabilities $ 9,521,616 $40 Net Assets Without Donor Restriction $ 79,934,001 With Donor Restriction 65,904,500 $20 Total Net Assets $ 145,838,501 $ 155,360,117 $0 2016 2017 2018

$11,487,437

$36,000 Awards

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

2019

2020

Buffalo Exchange Arts Award $20,000 Igor Gorin Memorial Award $10,000 Montgomery Prize $4,000 Excellent Educator Recognition Award $800 Hiremath Student Integrity Prize $700 Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award $500


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Community Investments Fiscal Year 2020 (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020) Grants Distribution FY20

7.2% Other 9.2% Designated 15.1% Supporting Organizations

3.9% Unrestricted 3.7% Scholarships 1.1% Projects

Thanks to our donors, CFSA is the largest grantmaker in Southern Arizona. With a primary focus on Pima and Santa Cruz counties,we cover a sevencounty region that also includes secondary grantmaking markets like Cochise, Yuma, Graham, Greenlee, and Pinal counties. Since 1980, CFSA has given over $200 million to the communities it serves. Today, we have more than $155 million in assets and over 500 funds. CFSA’s vision to improve the quality of life in Southern Arizona would not be possible without the generosity of our donors.

Yuma County

14.9% Field of Interest

44.9% Donor Advised

Pima County

Pinal County

Santa Cruz County

Graham County

Greenlee County

Cochise County

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On March 9, 2020, nearly 600 friends and community partners gathered together to celebrate 40 years of community collaboration and philanthropy.

40 Years of Impact

Clint Mabie, CFSA’s President and CEO, applauds the foresight and dedication of the Foundation’s Founders – Buddy Amos, James Burnes, Jim Click, Jr., Ed Moore, and Granger Weil.

Making A Difference, Now And Forever In 1980, Buddy Amos, along with James Burns, Edward R. Moore, Jim Click, Jr., and F. Granger Weil, created a community endowment organization that they called the Greater Tucson Area Foundation and laid out a framework for investment. Today, with more than $155,000,000 in assets and grants totaling over $10,000,000 a year, the organization they started more than 40 years ago has grown beyond their wildest dreams and is facilitating giving, effectively changing lives, and creating impact every single day. In honor of the CFSA’s 40th Anniversary, hundreds of donors, current and former staff members, current and former trustees, community partners, and nonprofit grantees gathered together to celebrate the tremendous growth of the Foundation and recognize the remarkable individuals who laid the groundwork for that success. In addition to presenting our 2020 Annual Awards – Buddy Amos Founders Award, Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award, Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award, and Igor Gorin Memorial Award, national speaker Maria Hinojosa shared her perspective on our unique region.

Above: CFSA Trustees Kendal Washington White, Styne Hill, and Wanda Moore.

Left: Lead Guitar’s UPBEAT program performed at the beginning of the event demonstrating teamwork and musicianship.


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2020 Annual Awards

“Forty years ago, a group of individuals came together to create the Greater Tucson Area Foundation.

Each year at our annual event, the Community Foundation honors individuals whose compassion and commitment help to create a more vibrant and equitable community for all Southern Arizonans.

As leaders in the Tucson community, our founders knew that something different was needed: a place that could support donors, nonprofits, and the community forever. Leza Carter, founder of Tucson Village Farm, received the Buddy Amos Founders Award and Shay Beider, founder of Integrative Touch for Kids, received the Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award.

Special guest Maria Hinojosa addresses nearly 600 attendees.

Our success has been the result of people coming together – people like you who are committed to making our community a better place for all.” – J. Clinton Mabie, CFSA President and CEO

Dr. Fabiane Hirsch Kruse, co-founder of Friends of Aphasia, and Dr. Stephanie MacFarland, with Project FOCUS at The University of Arizona, were both recognized with the Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award.

Former Trustees Carmen Marriott, Betsy Bolding, Larry Adamson, and Richard Mundinger.

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Our History

The Greater Tucson Area Foundation was established in 1980 by community leaders to bring together philanthropic individuals interested in supporting the needs of our community, now and in the future. 1989-1990 Received a challenge grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation to establish a program funding neighborhood development. Partnered with United Way, city and county governments, and Pima Prevention Partnership to found PRO Neighborhoods.

1983 Donna Grant is hired as the Foundation’s first full-time Executive Director.

1994 Kerstin and Spencer Block established the “Buffalo Exchange Arts Award.” Since 1994, More than $250,000 has been awarded to 27 Southern Arizona artists.

1999 CFSA is awarded $100,000 challenge grant to establish the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund. Since its creation in 1999, the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund has awarded 194 grants, totaling $943,397, to more than 65 local organizations working to improve the lives of LGBTQ+ people in southern Arizona.

2008 CFSA’s Economic Relief and Stability Fund granted $442,000 to local nonprofits through Community Investment grants. CFSA provided relief to the most vulnerable in our community – through the nonprofits that serve them.

1980 1991 HIV/AIDS Consortium is established with a grant from the National Community AIDS Partnership.

“Greater Tucson Area Foundation” is established by Buddy Amos, James Burns, Jim Click Jr., Edward Moore, and Granger Weil

1987 “Igor Gorin Memorial Award” is established. Since 1993, the Igor Gorin Memorial Award has given over $306,000 to 44 aspiring opera singers to help with expenses associated with accompanists, coaches, and auditioning as they transition from school into professional careers. Igor Gorin 1984 Renamed “Tucson Community Foundation”

Melody Robidoux

1997 Name is changed to “Community Foundation for Southern Arizona” to reflect regional grantmaking. 1992 “Southern Arizona Women’s Fund” is established at CFSA by Harriet Silverman and Melody Robidoux. This fund evolved into the Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona in 1999. WFSA collaborates to achieve social, political and economic change that empowers women and girls. Their vision is: Women thrive. Our community prospers.

2006 Social Venture Partners Tucson is established as a program of CFSA.

2001 Steve Alley joins CFSA as President and CEO.

2010 ClintMabie joins CFSA as President and CEO.


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2012 CFSA convened the animal welfare community and established the Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare to improve animal welfare through collective action. At that time, almost 13,000 animals a year were being euthanized annually at Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) and our community needed to act. Today, PACC has a 90% save rate.

2014 In partnership with the University of Arizona and Southern Arizona Leadership Council, CFSA helped launch the Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard. The MAP Dashboard was created to measurably improve Southern Arizona through data driven collective civic action and education.

MARCH 2020 Celebrated 40 years of serving the Southern Arizona community with event at the University of Arizona.

APRIL 2017 CFSA’s CORE Grants Program is introduced to increase the availability of general operating support for high-impact nonprofits in Southern Arizona. Since 2017, CFSA has granted $1,520,000 to nonprofits in Southern Arizona through its CORE Grants Program. JULY 2019 Launched Catchafire Program to support nonprofit capacity building throughout Southern Arizona. CFSA granted yearlong Catchafire memberships to 100 local nonprofit organizations in 2019 resulting in more than $1.8 million in completed projects, representing over 9,000 volunteer hours and 440 individual projects.

APRIL 2020 Established two COVID-19 Response Funds and facilitated (to date) over $3.5 million in COVID relief funding to Southern Arizona nonprofits.

2020 2011 CFSA responded to the events of January 8, 2011 by establishing 5 funds that received over $1,100,000 from 5,000 individuals in 48 states and 10 countries.

2013 African American Legacy Fund is established with leadership from educator, philanthropist, and former CFSA Board Chair Dr. Anna Jolivet. The fund works to increase philanthropy to and from the African American community in Southern Arizona. Since 2013, over $136,000 has been granted to support innovative educational programs for African American youth.

2014 Launched the Community Interactive, a series of engaging and informative live events addressing issues Southern Arizonans face – such as poverty, the border, education, and the arts. Produced in partnership with Arizona Public Media, each event featured an accomplished moderator and a panel of experts, offering community members an opportunity to participate in a solution-driven conversation about these pressing issues.

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DECEMBER 2018 Community Foundation Campus opened to the public.

2019 Surpassed $200 million in funds granted to the community.

NOVEMBER 2017 Began construction at 5049 E. Broadway to build the Community Foundation Campus as central hub for nonprofits to convene, collaborate, and grow. Clint Mabie, Jan Lesher, and Phil Amos

JANUARY 2020 Established the Center for Healthy Nonprofits to strengthen the Southern Arizona’s nonprofit community by offering free and reduced cost capacity-building workshops and training for nonprofits.


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CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits strengthens the Southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering capacity-building workshops, training, and support.

Strengthening Nonprofits Center For Healthy Nonprofits

Listening & Responding

Coping With COVID-19

Nonprofit organizations are critical partners in CFSA’s efforts to create an equitable and vibrant community for all. Beyond grantmaking, the Foundation is committed to increasing the availability of organizational development resources for local nonprofits. Established in 2020, CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits strengthens the Southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering free and low-cost support for nonprofit professionals and volunteers.

By tapping into the rich resource of the nonprofit consulting community in Southern Arizona, as well as nationally recognized experts, Center presenters provide valuable guidance and insights with practical application in organizations of all sizes.

With the outbreak of COVID-19, the Center quickly pivoted to a virtual format to safely support the talent and growth of the nonprofit professionals and volunteers serving our community. Facing the challenge of filling resource gaps created by the pandemic, the Center added new remote resources to help nonprofits navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and adapt for the future.

The Center’s inaugural year started strong with the provision of numerous trainings and workshops to local nonprofit professionals at our Community Foundation Campus. Between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020, the Center provided over 80 hours of leadership support through 40 sessions.

“The Center provides insight into emerging issues and opportunities to help inform the strategic priorities of the Foundation. By listening and responding to the challenges facing nonprofits, the Center helps our community look beyond survival and towards recovery.” – Deborah Maher, Ask an Expert Presenter

Dr. Angie Donelson, a presenter for the Center, expressed the necessity of continuing the Center’s work during the pandemic, asserting, “The Center addresses a need in the field, especially during COVID-19, of how will people get support and training. It helps you keep an eye to the future and develop thinking processes for nonprofit survival.”


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A New Normal

“This has been one of the most valuable growth opportunities I’ve ever had. I came directly from education and government. I know the field, but I wasn't trained for nonprofit leadership.

The Coping With COVID-19 series launched in April 2020 and received significant response from the nonprofit community. Initial sessions focused on planning and decision-making, guidance using technology for meetings and programming, crisis response skills, financial forecasting, and remote management. It soon became clear that nonprofits needed and wanted even more support and connection in their new Zoom-filled normal. The Center responded with virtual versions of current programming, like “Ask An Expert” and self-care workshops, and then added even more opportunities for nonprofits to convene and collaborate in an increasingly distanced world. Becky Slade, Director of Development at Tu Nidito Children and Family Services, shared, “I appreciate that the Center delivers on its mission to help fill resource gaps for our community nonprofits by providing these free workshops that have been so valuable to my organization's growth.”

When I saw the opportunity for the survival series I hoped it could help me understand nonprofits in the broader sense, and help me think more like a CEO than an educational leader. I've gained all of that and more. I’m beyond grateful for this series and all that you've done.”

Ask An Expert

The Center continues to offer workshops on topics critical to all nonprofits, such as board governance, strategic planning, fund development, human resources, and marketing, to assist with individual and organizational development during the pandemic and beyond.

Peer-to-Peer Roundtables

Peer-to-Peer Roundtables build a space for nonprofit professionals to share experiences, resources, and support. The Center offers two roundtable groups: Human Resources and Nonprofit Communications. The topics for each roundtable are tailored to the group's specific needs. The Center then facilitates by providing expert presenters, resources, and guidance to support those needs. Lynn Davis, Executive Director of Sonoran Glass School, and a participant in the Center’s Human Resources Roundtable, expressed the sense of fellowship the group has provided her. She shared, “It’s important for nonprofit professionals to have a safe space to build community.”

– Melissa Hosten, CEO/ED Survival Series Participant

CEO/ED Survival Series

The CEO/ED Survival Series offers support for newer nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs. Hosted by Patti Caldwell and Paula Van Ness, both drawing upon decades of experience as nonprofit CEOs, the Survival Series is designed to give a cohort of newer Executive Directors and CEOs practical information that will help them thrive as an extraordinary leader of a successful nonprofit organization.

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Nonprofit professionals gathered in-person for trainings at the CF Campus and then via Zoom when COVID-19 struck.


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“I believe real human needs are best met by giving rather than receiving. I believe the fact is that it is impossible to give away more than you receive.” – David Lewis

A Legacy Of Connections Towards Equity & Justice

Leveling The Playing Field

Born in 1925 in Shelby, Ohio, David Lewis was ingrained with the belief in giving back to and serving his community. This lifelong commitment was a priority in every community he lived in, including Southern Arizona. David graduated high school at sixteen and attended Yale University for Metallurgy, both before and after his time as a U.S. Naval Officer during World War II. After his education and military service, David founded a very successful welding and industrial gases distribution company in St. Louis, Missouri.

David and his wife Norma believed strongly in social and economic justice. They both wanted to nurture the full range of human potential, and supported local and global organizations that provided people the tools and resources needed to build hope, equality, and opportunity. David was acutely aware that the world was unfair and, as an artist, Norma understood just how easy it is to squash creativity.

Through his parents, his time as a business owner, and his many travels around the world, David came to believe that the cornerstone of civil society was equity in access and opportunity. He was well ahead of the times in his beliefs and actions. In the 1960s, he changed his company’s hiring practices to better reflect St. Louis’ racial diversity. The company also committed to annually hiring individuals recently released from the Missouri prison system.

Above: Norma and David Lewis at their home in Carmel, California.

Left: Norma and David on the California coast.

In 1981, David retired and he and Norma moved from St. Louis to Carmel, California. While Norma focused her time on her art, particularly her sculptures, David attended Starr King School for the Ministry where he explored the relationship between spirituality and social and economic justice. “He understood that the world was not fair and that everyone did not have the same opportunities or access. He was interested in leveling the playing field, before that really even became a term.” – Kristi Lewis

David and Norma in Antarctica.


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“When Dave and I were in New Guinea a few years back, we were stunned by the natural talent of the natives and particularly the children. Everyone was an artist. ...No one had ever told them they couldn’t do it.

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of the most valuable possessions in life 2. I believe that all humans posses s a basic dignity that must never by violated, whether you are selling a person something, buying from him, hiring him or firing him . We honor that dignity in those we work with when we hel p them use their talents by utilizin gCommunity their Foundation strong forpoin than dwel ing on their weaknesse Southern ts Arizona rather 15 s Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2020 The degree to which we overcome 3. I believe we have all been cal led to work in som “When Dave and I were in New Guinea a few ation in this and that our wor the barriers, the degree to which should add to our joy and our ful David Lewis'e voc years back, we were stunned by the natural k Principles forlife, Life & Business (c.1955) f il l m ent . Wh en it doe s not, we should look to other fiel talent of the natives and particularly the we are fully engaged, willing to in which to labor ds in life. 1. I believe a sense of humor is one of the most valuable possessions children. Everyone was an artist. ...No one take risks, and ask the best of had ever told them they couldn't do it. 4. I believe that all people work 2. I believe that all humans possess a basic dignity that must never by violated, betterwhether ourselves is the degree to which we and ach youieve are selling person something, buying from him, hiring him or moreaby cultivat ion ofweselwork fdiscwith than depending on external disc firing him. We ipline, ratweherhelp them use honor that dignity in those when The degree to which we overcome the ipltheir ine totalents live lives that have been uniquely complbyeutilizing tely guidtheir e the strong points rather than dwelling on their ir l i ves barriers, the degree to which we are fully 5. I believe real human needs are weaknesses. our own.” engaged, willing to take risks, and ask the best met by ng rather than rec Norma and David in New Guinea. have all been called to work in this life, and that eiviinng.some I belvocation that it is impossible to give away3. I believe wegivi ieve the best of ourselves is the degree to which we fact is mo – Norma Lewis re our work should addeive to our joy and our fulfillment. When it does not, we should tha n you rec live lives that have been uniquely our own.” 6. I believe that a positive thinking look to other fields in which to labor. -Norma Lewis perIson , thathat 4. believe people achieve more by cultivation of selft is,allone whowork viewbetter s life,andpeo ple, discipline Norma and David Lewis inam New and his voc dyn ic Guinea rather. than routine, will alwdiscipline, ation as guide rather than depending on external to completely ays be mo re ful f il l e d tha n his their lives. neg ativ Connections For Good e thin king cou rpart 7. I believe that the most exciting 5. I believe real human needs are best met by giving rather thannte receiving. I experience open to a person in In 2006, David and Norma moved to Arizona where this believe the fact is that it is impossible to give away more than you l i fe is the to help build people opportunity receive. Connections For Good they both lived out the remainder of their lives. They 6. I believe that a positive thinking person, that is, one who views life, people, and In 2006, David and Norma moved to Arizona vocation as dynamic rather than routine, will always be more fulfilled than that no ofmatheir quickly made connections and became a philanthropic where they both lived8. outI bel theieve remainder n can ever trulyhis benegative fulfilledthinking his until hecounterpart. first knows himself, his strengt lives. They quickly made connections and wea kne sses, his abilities to build and force for good in the Southern Arizona community. 7. Ides believe that thetomost exciting experience open to a personhsin and tro y, and l o ve people. became a philanthropicper force for good in the hate. The genuinely humble this life is the In addition to supporting nonprofits that promoted opportunity to help buildand son is the one who kno ws who he real y is Southern Arizona community. 8. I believe that no man can ever truly be fulfilled until he first knows himself, his justice and equity, David and Norma were passionate 9. I believe that the real y learn and weaknesses, his abilities to build and destroy, and to love and ed ma supporters of the arts and education. n strengths knowsThetha In addition to supporting nonprofits that t educathumble hate. genuinely thetina onetion who knows who he really is. ion is person not a isdes but a con tinuand ing Norma journey promoted justice and equity, David 9. I believe that the really learned man knows that education is not a destination They supported numerous local arts organizations, were passionate supporters of the arts. They but a continuing journey. 10. I bel i eve tha t peo pl e including the Rogue Theatre. As a former board supported numerous local arts organizations,should be com10. penI believe sated that andpeople be compensated and promoted on the basis of promoshould ted on the basis company. to the As actual Activity objea ctiv contriband including the Rogue Theatre. former es ofboard utio“busyness” member, David believed that their productions rivaled n contribution to the objectives of the of the company. Actactual ivity and “bu syn ess ” are not member, David believed that their productions are not always the true measures of what a person has contributed. al w ays the wha true t a me person has contributed those of any major theater in the country. asures of rivaled those of any major theater in the country. 11. I believe that integrity pays off in the long run. 11. I believe that integrity pays off 12. I believe that when we see a complex solution to a problem as our only course of In addition, David and Norma helped found the in the action long run Norma passed away in 2010, and David in 2015. that we probably do not yet understand the problem we are attacking. Scholarship Program for employees at Splendido, 12. I Lewis believeFoundation The Davis and Norma was tha t 13. Under our economic system, profit is the basis of our compensation for the whe n we see a com plex time, where they lived during their time in Arizona. solution to money, a probland emconcern established as a supporting of the as our weonly effort, have expended in providing goods or cou we proorganization rse of act bab ion thattwe are doing a ly do not yet und awe service. Good profits therefore usually means tha Community Foundation for Southern Arizona to erstand theperforming pro bl e m are att ack ing Norma passed away in 2010, and David in 2015. The good job. continue their philanthropic work. 13. Under our economic system, David and Norma Lewis Foundation was established as a profit is the basis of our compen sation for the time, effort, money, and concern we have exp supporting organization of the Community Foundation ended in providing goods or per forming a service. Good pro fits therefore usually means tha for Southern Arizona to continue their philanthropic work. t we are doing a good job

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With support from our generous donors, supporters, and partners, CFSA has awarded over $3.5 million in COVID-19 relief funding.

Responding To COVID-19 COVID-19 Response Grants

Phase One: Rapid Response

Phase Two: Recover + Renew

In 2020, our community faced a challenge unlike anything we’ve faced before. The impact of COVID-19 on the nonprofit community is unprecedented. Within weeks, it affected the capacity and sustainability of every type of nonprofit — from education to the environment, affordable housing to behavioral health services, animal welfare to the arts. In response, CFSA established a robust COVID-19 Community Response Strategy to meet the needs of critical nonprofit partners and the communities they serve.

The first phase of CFSA’s COVID-19 response focused on providing rapid relief to our nonprofit partners through our Nonprofit Event Relief Fund and our Community Support Fund. Grant awards continued weekly for three months, and by June 30th more than $1.5 million in CFSA COVID-19 Response Grants had been distributed to over 90 nonprofits in Pima and Santa Cruz Counties.

Our second – and current – response phase emphasizes a three-pronged approach to supporting nonprofits in Southern Arizona: continued COVID-focused grantmaking through our COVID-19 Response Grants; increased capacity-building support through CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits; and technical assistance at scale through existing programs like Catchafire and new partnerships with the Eller College of Management at The University of Arizona.

CFSA moved quickly, establishing two COVID-19 relief funds and leading a community response that included support from local foundations, corporations, and individuals to provide greatly needed financial and technical assistance to nonprofits throughout Southern Arizona. An application process and community review committee were soon established and applications opened on March 30th. The first round of COVID-19 Response Grants were awarded on April 10th.

Priority was given to organizations providing critical resources and services to Southern Arizona’s most vulnerable residents: healthy meals and rental assistance for low-income families, childcare support for frontline healthcare workers, homedelivered meals for seniors, and personal protective equipment for first responders. In May 2020, we reached out to our nonprofit partners to better understand their anticipated needs in response to COVID-19. Nonprofits shared that continued grant funding and technical assistance were top priorities.

Beginning in August 2020, CFSA facilitated the We Are One | Somos Uno CARES Act Nonprofit Continuity Grant Program. Created by the Mayor and Council of Tucson, the program supported nonprofits in Tucson and South Tucson affected by the pandemic. A total of $1,187,500 in funding was awarded to 71 nonprofits through this partnership.


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El Rio Community Health

International Indian Treaty Council

Sahuarita Food Bank

Healthcare workers continue to risk their safety while caring for fellow Arizonans during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of these individuals have children and are without childcare options due to school and daycare closures and social isolation requirements. “Receiving this grant will ensure El Rio Community Health’s employees have support for childcare while they continue to provide care to our 113,564 patients,” shared Brenda Goldsmith, Executive Director of El Rio Foundation.

“The Coronavirus crisis is seriously impacting our reservations and communities, showing us the urgent need to plant food in family and community gardens,” shared Andrea Carmen, Executive Director of International Indian Treaty Council. “We thank the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona for recognizing the importance of these community projects in response to the pandemic and beyond as we work for a resilient future.”

The Sahuarita Food Bank experienced a dramatic increase in demand for services due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in the need to transition to a “drive-through model of food distribution and the need for increased food storage and material handling,” said Curt Keim, Vice President of the Food Bank. “CFSA’s immediate financial support has already allowed us to purchase a remote intercom to create social distancing, order high-protein commodities, and add additional staffing to provide interpretation for our Spanish-speaking clients.” “We continue to reach out to underserved and minority populations with this message: we can prevent the damage poor health and COVID-19 is causing in our bodies, our families, and our communities through working together.” – Wanda F. Moore

Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center

Sarver Heart Minority Outreach Program

The Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center provides a safe place where youth can come together to play, study, build community, learn leadership and life skills, and receive job/career guidance. While their doors were forced to close during the pandemic, Anna Coleman, Director of the Center, and her daughters, have found unique ways to support the youth they serve. PYEC has handed out approximately 6,000 dinners, 1,200 food boxes, 50 Christmas meals, and 150 activity kits from the youth center since COVID-19 began. The Center has also made personal calls to their youth clients to check in and support their mental health while being socially isolated.

Sarver Heart Minority Outreach Program was launched in 2009 to teach chest-compressiononly CPR to minority populations and share heart health education information. Health care disparities among minorities and lack of insurance are making this population more vulnerable to COVID-19, yet they are having the greatest challenge getting the information and testing. Program founder Wanda F. Moore shared, “We are very grateful for the opportunity to educate our community and provide support during COVID-19 with the help and partnership of CFSA.”


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CFSA is committed to providing nonprofit organizations the financial and technical assistance they need to rebuild, restructure, and reopen to serve the community. Iskashitaa Refugee Network

Mariposa Community Health Center

Iskashitaa Refugee Network (IRN) serves United Nations refugees and asylum seekers who have been resettled in Tucson from over 30 ethnic groups across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Iskashitaa’s innovative, food-based programming helps them achieve self-sufficiency and citizenship, while also reducing food waste and increasing food security throughout our entire community. “Sometimes we are swimming in grapefruit, sometimes we are lying in it but rest assured no grapefruit needs to be left behind because Iskashitaa has families to feed and other organizations that depend on us for fresh produce on a weekly basis” shared Executive Director Barbara Eiswerth. “We are so grateful to CFSA for the support.”

Mariposa Community Health Center is a patientcentered healthcare home that ensures access to culturally appropriate, primary care and communitybased education regardless of an individual’s ability to pay. With locations in Nogales, Rio Rico, Patagonia and Tubac, Mariposa Community Health Center facilitates access to specialty care and provide services and programs that respond to community and patient needs. Since March 2020, they have made numerous changes to their workflows and processes to ensure patient safety while continuing to offer quality health services. For example, the Center has implemented curbside pick-up for patient prescriptions and a home delivery prescription service for patients who are at higher risk for COVID-19 or have no means of transportation.

An asylum seeker from Central Africa that interns with Iskashitaa recently shared, “Wow, my first real blanket in the USA and fresh fruit every week.” He is supported by IRN with housing, food, incidentals, and a new lease on life without fear of persecution.

Habitat For Humanity Tucson Youth On Their Own Youth On Their Own’s CEO, Elizabeth Slater, shared that, “COVID-19 has significantly affected youth experiencing homelessness.” Youth On Their Own (YOTO) provides homeless teens with support to stay healthy, safe, and in school. “The grant from CFSA’s COVID-19 Response Fund made it possible for us to provide Summer Stipends to over 1,000 high school students in Pima County. This emergency funding is ensured that these youth were safe, fed, and healthy this summer, so they were able to return to school in the fall. We are incredibly grateful for your support of YOTO students!”

Habitat For Humanity Tucson works to create a more compassionate and just world by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope. The challenges presented by COVID-19 underscored the fundamental importance of having a safe and affordable shelter. T. VanHook, CEO of Habitat for Humanity Tucson, stated “Decent shelter is something we all need to thrive. The impact of a safe and decent home has never been clearer. With increased precautions and community support, volunteers can continue building for families in our community.”


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Felicia’s Farm

YMCA of Southern Arizona

“Hunger has no gender; hunger has no color of the skin; hunger has no religion. It is all around us. It is our neighbor, the child walking the street, the elderly person or the homeless,” said Felicia’s Farm Executive Director, Marvin Kirchler. “The CFSA grant will help us cover immediate demands to pay field workers to plant, maintain, and harvest, and will help us continue our daily operations including paying for water, feed, and supplies,” Kirchler continued.

The YMCA of Southern Arizona is dedicated to improving the quality of human life and to helping all people realize their fullest potential through the development of Spirit, Mind and Body. Although the pandemic brought uncertainty, the Y has been able to remain focused on the essential services they provide to the southern Arizona community. Kurtis Dawson, President and CEO of YMCA of Southern Arizona, shared that throughout the pandemic they have provided childcare to over 1,300 children, made over 3,900 wellness calls to seniors, and provided 167,000 minutes of virtual wellness.

Friends of PAAC The effects of COVID-19 are far-reaching, impacting almost every aspect of life in Southern Arizona. Some people experiencing financial instability are being faced with the difficult decision of rehoming their family pets. “We are honored to be a recipient of a CFSA COVID-19 Response Fund grant,” said Friends of PAAC Board Chair, Tammi Barrick. “This generous gift will enable us to help pets stay with their families who may be struggling financially or even facing eviction due to the pandemic by aiding with temporary boarding. Thank you, CFSA, for caring for every member of our community and their pets, too.”

Dawson stated, “The community support we have received during this challenging time has allowed us to continue to serve our community’s most critical needs, thank you!”

Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona (CHRPA) creates safer places to live by addressing health and safety concerns with efficient home repairs and adaptations to support long term housing solutions for low-income homeowners and their families. The importance of safe, functional, and stable housing is more important than ever as vulnerable populations shelter in place during the pandemic. Scott Coverdale, Director of CHRPA, shared about their clients, “Most are elderly or have medical vulnerabilities. Community Home Repair is here for the community and fortunately the community is here for us as well. We find resilience when we collaborate and work together to overcome the challenges of these difficult times.”

CFSA is extremely grateful to the generous donors, fund holders, local foundations and corporations, and community partners who made our COVID-19 Response Grants possible.

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Legacy Society (as of June 30, 2020)

The Legacy Society recognizes donors whose far-sighted generosity will benefit future generations as a result of deferred gifts through their estate plans. These individuals made a commitment to the future of our community by naming the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona in their will, qualified retirement plans, life insurance policies, trusts or other instruments. We recognize these individuals and appreciate their generosity and thoughtfulness.

Larry and Doris Abrams Patricia J. Acton Sidney and Elizabeth Alden Paul L. Lindsey and Kathy Alexander Ruth Alexander Joel N. and Lidia H. Allen John A. and Laura T. Almquist George H. Amos Jr. and Barbara Amos Pamela M. Anderson Oscar and Ernestine Armstrong Julian Babad Paul M. Barby Brian Bateman Nada I. Beck John E. Beckett William and Teresa Bendt Edward B. Berger and Christina McComb-Berger Beulah Mae Bledsoe and Edward H. Biedes Betsy Bolding Bonnie Bradford Timothy J. Wernette and Carolyn R. Brown Mary Jane Brownlow Robert Bell and Thomas Buchanan

Sue and Wally Burg Mark Ross Capin Ray and Linda Carson Jack Challem Dan and Tina Chambers Shirley J. and Earl Kai Chann Robert Lee Cherry Virgil Compton Jose and Sara Coronado Carole Courtney Nance Crosby Dr. Harold E. Cross Elsie M. Dailey Ralph and Mary Darling Dana Dawson Dorothy H. Devore Susan E. Dodd David C. Dromgoole Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Dusenberry Donald Eastman Roger D. and June M. Easton Claire M. Edgar Edward B. Eneboe Cathy and Terri Earnest Jane Ferguson Robert Kafes and Shelly Fishman

Frank J. Stangel and Marjorie M. Ford Carol and George Franklin Mike and Carolyn Friedl Anne Furrow Virginia Mann Sugg Furrow Eugene C. and Carol L. Gieseler Elouise B. Goss Margaret G. and Anthony V. Grossetta James R. and Elizabeth C. Guy Jeffrey Guylas Joan D. Guylas Bill Haller Lorraine Maria Hamilton Rick and Linda Hanson James Harkin and Lucille Boilard-Harkin Howard and Patty Harpst Jeanne C. Harry Theodora Hausman Elizabeth and Keith Hege Lee Hessler Douglas and Alice Holsclaw Jill and Tim Holsonback Frances Holt Dr. William E. and Margaret Ann Horst

Lloyd and Donna Hostetler Robert and Joanne Hungate Barbara J. Hunter Harold Ingram and Mary Ingram Nelson Linda Briggs Janning Evelyn Jay Don and Dee Johnson Mr. and Mrs. H. Eugene Jones Jeff Jones and Ann Cross Jones Morris and Janet Kenigsberg David and Barbara Kennard Shaaron Kent Eileen Graydon Ketchum Patricia S. and Thomas Killoran Sandra Kunzman Linda S. Lage Joe Quinton Latta Nancy Law Curtis Mack and Darrell Leetham Judith and Michael Lefton Renaye and Stanley Lehman James J. Leos Jan Lesher David and Norma Lewis Jack G. Linden

Carlton and Letticia Littell Lucille A. and Mathias P. Lowman Herman and Ella Maass George and Gloria Magee Marthena Maley Walter S. and Norma R. Mann Edna M. Martin June Caldwell Johnson Martin Noel D. Matkin Bess McCoy Thom Melendez Pauline Miguel Theresa E. Miller Joseph and Karen Milligan Jennifer Mills Errol L. and E. Ann Montgomery Angela Moore Howard V. Moore Terrence C. Moore Lowell A. Morfeld Robert A. and Deanna C. Morken Myron Morris Sylvia Mulka Roger Murphy Ann Weaver Nichols and Andy Nichols


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2020 Civic Leadership Campaign Roger Funk and Doug Noffsinger Claire B. Norton Viola Steinfeld O’Neil Martha G. and Augusto Ortiz Fred R. and Gail Pace Parrish Family Herbert and Eugenia Pell Julia Pernet Fred Petersen Maxine A. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettis Roberta Lynn Pivirotto Marguerite Poole Kathryn H. Pooler Sandra S. Powell Lawrence M. Quilici Randall and Marcia Racine Caroline Ragano William G. and Kathleen Rector-Wyckoff Barbara J. Riser Melody S. Robidoux and Michael Thompson William and Priscilla Robinson Tolbert Rod and Vel Tizzard Bruce Cameron and Mark Rosenbaum Mark Rubin

Nadine H. Rund Rick and Holly Sack Legacy Fund Peter F. Salomon David Schaub Amy and Maurice Schlossberg Al and Grace Schmeiser Terral B. Rich and Gregory T. Schmuker William and Susan Schoenberg Brice W. Schuller Schwartz Family Legacy Fund Mary Ruth and Donald Shropshire Geraldine Skinner Barbara Z. Snyder Barbara Soehnlen Lloyd E. Stanley Family William C. and Brenda Stillman Margaret O. Stoll Dr. Nathan P. III and Sue Strause Colonel Mary Pat Sullivan Kent Burbank and Vicente Talanquer Gerald and Emma Talen Janis Tarr John and Joan Tedford

Janet Fine Thalberg John and Barbara Thomas Thomas R. Brown Family Elizabeth B. Thompson Dr. Hugh and Allyn Thompson The Toad Fund Virjinya Torrez Maria Urquides Mayola B. Vail Clyde J. Vallery Beth Vance Loren A. and Virginia Vance Susan Webb Nancy C. Jacques and David L. Wegner Steve and Janice Wehmann Mable G. and Edward Werner Janice Berndle Wert John F. and Ruth Whalley Herbert and Nancy White Wesley H. and Dolores M. Whitman Geneal and Clifton Wilson J. Harry and Catherine Wood Carol A. Yakaitis Alan F. Ziblat Carol Susan Zimmerman Dana A. and Lucian F. Ziolczyk

In CFSA’s role as convener, facilitator, collaborator, and educator, our leadership activities address important issues as they arise and provide an enormous return on investment. The annual gifts made by these donors help ensure that CFSA can continue to be responsive and participate in creating regional solutions.

Alan & Sally Rohde Family Fund Bill and Kathy Kinney Philanthropic Fund Missy and Tom Bowden Brown Family Foundation Fred J. and Martha L. Chaffee Community Heritage Fund Connie Hillman Family Foundation Marcel and Maria Elena Dabdoub Virginia M. Dalton Darryl and Mary Ann Dobras Stephen M. Reitz and Elizabeth Evans Celestino and Kim Fernández Jim and Louise Glasser Cindy and Jim Godwin Thomas M. and Candace C. Grogan H2 Donor Advised Fund Curtis J. Hagen and Janice E. Maahs Hagen Charlotte A. Harris Matthew and Serene Harrison Collier M. and Wyllstyne D. Hill Holly and Donald Hammonds Family Fund

Horst Family Charitable Fund Howard V. Moore Foundation JoAnne and Robert Hungate Claudia Jasso Chelsey Johnson Cat Kiesel Keith Family Fund Dale E. and Evelyn A. Kleinhans Marian and Gregory Lalonde Kelly Huber and Michael LeBlanc Mary Louise Luna J. Clinton Mabie Martin Family Charitable Fund Ron and Anne Marx Mather LifeWays Brad and Tamara McKinney Fátima Luna and Oscar Medina Mark and Stacey Montoya Angela C. Moore Deanna C. Morken M.Ed. Chinwe Mary Okoye Timothy A. Olcott OpenInvest Ethan Orr


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Funds of the Foundation

Continued

(as of June 30, 2020)

Martha G. and Quintin Paul Ortiz PARTS Fund The Peck Charitable Fund Reading RR Fund Thomas Robertson III and Cynthia Robertson Melody S. Robidoux Edward and Joanne Robinson Roediger Hoff, PLC Mark D. Rubin Satterberg Foundation Mike and Laura Sullivan Patricia J. Simpson Barbara D. Smith Saundra Taylor TenThirtyOne Fund

Dr. Hugh C. and Mrs. Allyn H. Thompson III Virjinya Torres Troller Fund Turnaround LLC A. and R. Vaillancourt Janet Lee Vaingat Paula Van Ness Loren A. and Virginia Vance Ventana Charitable Fund Viola Steinfeld O’Neil First Family Fund Dr. Anthony and Joan Vuturo Wernette Charitable Fund Michael Wiley Dr. Harold Willingham

100 Club of Southern Arizona Samuel Winchester Morey Scholarship Fund 100+ Women Who Care Tucson Fund 2Propel Fund The A.V. and Margaret Grossetta Endowment Fund ABBA’s Storehouse Fund Administrative Endowment Fund African American Legacy Fund African American Legacy Project Fund Al and Jan Gleason Family Fund Al and Pauline Kaplan Fund The Alan F. Ziblat Donor Advised Fund Albert H. Cohn Family Fund Alice Y. Holsclaw YWCA Endowment Fund Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation Fund America-Israel Friendship League Endowment Fund Amphi Foundation Fund Amy and Maurice Schlossberg Fund for Boys and Girls Club

Andre and Julia Pernet Scholarship Fund Anetta Belinda Miller Endowment Fund Angela Weir Charitable Fund Anna Jolivet African American Endowment Fund Anne Furrow Designated Fund Anonymous #7 Archaeology Southwest Fund Arizona Arts Award Arizona Children’s Trust Fund Arizona Repertory Singers Endowment Fund Arizona Senior Academy Koffler Reserve Fund Arizona Theatre Company Endowment Fund Arizona Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery Foundation Fund Arizona’s Children Association Endowment Fund ARTabilityAZ Fund Assistance League of Tucson Fund Association of Fundraising Professionals Southern Arizona Chapter Endowment Fund The BA Fund

Bank of Tucson Endowment Barbara and Buddy Amos First Family Fund The Barbara J. Hunter Fund Barbara Soehnlen Fund Barczuk Family Fund Barrio Brewing Foundation Fund BB2 Donor Advised Fund BD2 Donor Advised Fund Beaham Youth Fund Benjamin Bon Bustamante Memorial Fund The Berger Performing Arts Center Fund Betsy Bolding Fund Betty Smedley Memorial Scholarship Fund Bill & Betsy Hansen Charitable Fund Bill and Kathy Kinney Philanthropic Fund Bill Wood Foundation Bisbee Breakfast Club Scholarship The Bisbee Coalition For The Homeless Fund Bledsoe/Biedes Legacy Endowment Fund The Blessings Fund

Boilard-Harkin Scholarship Fund Bonnie Kay Charitable Fund Brice W. Schuller Scholarship Award in Electrical and Computer Engineering UofA Brinckerhoff Advised Fund Brinckerhoff Family Fund The Bucklew Fund Buffalo Exchange Fund for the Arts Burbank-Talanquer Fund C.E. “Peter” Paulin Fund Capin Endowed Scholarship Fund Capin Endowed Scholarship Match Fund Carlos and Barbara K. Bennen Fund for Nogales Carlos and Barbara K. Bennen Fund for Nogales Match Fund Carol and Foster Kivel Family Fund Carolyn Slater Cooley Fund Catherine Marie Mortensen Scholarship Fund Cecila Coon Botting Memorial Fund Cecilia F. and Thomas H. Peterson First Family Fund


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Charles and Lois Stuart Fund Charles E. and Louise T. Davis Family Fund Charles M. and Patricia Pettis Charitable Fund Children’s Mental Health Fund Christina Taylor-Green, Daniel Hernandez Jr. and Bill Badger Scholarship Fund Ciruli Family Fund City of Nogales Fund City of Nogales Match Fund Claire B. Norton Fund Clinica Esperanza Sustainability Fund Community Food Bank Endowment Fund The Community Food Bank of Tucson Endowment Fund Community Heritage Fund Comstock Family Fund Condan Fund Cooper Center for Environmental Learning Fund The Couch-Lopez Fund The Courtney Foundation for Orphans COVID-19 Community Support Fund

COVID-19 Event Relief Fund Cox Communications Arizona Fund Curtis Thornhill Fund Dabdoub Escobar Family Fund David C. Curtis and Robert C. Curtis Family Fund David Kennard and Barbara Kennard Present Fund David S.Greenberg Charitable Fund David Wegner and Nancy Jacques Family Fund Dean M. and Nancy J. Dungan Fund Degrazia Art and Cultural Foundation Fund Dependable Hospice Fund Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Fund Don and Dee Johnson Charitable Fund Donelson Family FundTrust for Change Donna L. Grant Fund Donna M Rich Litscher Fund Dorita and William F. Joffroy, Sr. Fund for the Beautification of Nogales, AZ

Dorothy M. Freeman Fine Arts Scholarship Fund Dove of Peace Lutheran Church Designated Fund Downtown Tucson Fund Dr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Thompson III Philanthropic Fund Dr. Peggy Jones and Alan Willenbrock Charitable Fund Dr. Richard and Madeleine Wachter Fund Dr. Roger N. Shepard Fund E.I. Alden Fund Eaglet Fund Easton Fund for Autism Research Edna M. Martin Foundation Edna S. Amos First Family Fund Educational Enrichment Foundation Endowment Fund Edward R. Moore Founder’s Fund El Dorado Fund El Rio Santa Cuz Neighborhood Health Center Fund Elizabeth I. Alden and Jack Ogle Advised Fund

Elizabeth Thomson-Tolbert Endowment Fund Elsie M. Dailey Endowment for St. Ambrose School Endowment for the Arts of Tucson Fund Ernst and Young Children’s Fund Esther Advised Fund Esther N. Capin and Richard L. Capin Memorial Fund Eugene C. and Gretchen W. Edminster Family Legacy Fund Evelyn Jay Fund Excellent Educator & Student Integrity Fund Fathauer Family Unrestricted Fund FHL Neighborhood Projects Fund Fillman Gorin Fund First Page Literacy Foundation Five Daughters Fund Floyd Community Foundation Campus Endowment Fund The Floyd Fund Foundation for Creative Broadcasting Fund

Fox-McCarthy Arizona Fund Frances Holt Family Endowment Fund Frank and Jessica Lazarus Fund Fred and Helen Wolfe Music Scholarship Fred Bustamante Memorial Scholarship Fund Fred E. Petersen Fund Fred R. and Olga K. Pace Family Fund for Rincon Congregational United Church Friends of Aphasia Fund Fulton Family Charitable Fund Gary P. Durrenberger Memorial Scholarship GBL Family Fund Geneal and Clifton Wilson Field of Interest Fund Geneal and Clifton Wilson General Scholarship Fund George and Celida Gotsis Endowment Fund George H. Amos Memorial Fund Gerald Ferro Memorial Fund for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson

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Funds of the Foundation Continued

Gerri Skinner Book Fund GKP Trust Glen T. and Carol E. Randolph Fund Gordon D. and Isa B. Paris Fund Gordon D. Paris Educational Fund Gorin Family Fund Graydon Ketchum Charitable Fund Greater Santa Rosa Neighborhood Foundation Green Fields Historical Society Legacy Fund Green Valley Assistance Services Endowment Fund Guardianships of Southern Arizona Habib Yusif Sabbagh Scholarship Fund Hallman Fund Handi-Dogs Endowment Fund Hanna Miller and Luke Jakobsen Fund Harold and Margot Hastings Fund Harold Finley Gifted Children’s Fund Harpst Family Fund

Hasbrouck Family Fund Hazel and Jack Sullivan Family Fund Helaine D. Levy Donor Advised Fund Helen and Fred Wolfe Memorial Fund Hellene Henrikson Legacy Fund Herbert and Eugenia Pell Fund Herma B. Buehrer Fund Herma B. Buehrer Fund II Herman and Ella Maass Fund Hersh Family Fund Holly and Donald Hammonds Family Fund Holmes Tuttle Memorial Fund Holsclaw Advisory Endowment Fund Holsclaw Family Endowment for Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona The Holsclaw First Family Fund The Hopeful Spirit Fund Hopp Family Fund Horst Family Charitable Fund Hruby Fund

Hsinchun Chen and Hsiao-Hui Chow Fund Humanitarian Aid Foundation Igor Gorin Memorial Fund Interfaith Community Services Endowment Fund Isabel and Walter Fathauer First Family Fund J. Harry and Catherine H. Wood First Family Fund J. Harry and Catherine H. Wood Fund II Jack Challem Legacy Fund Jacques-Wegner Scholarship Fund James A. Pearson, Jr. Memorial Scholarship James and Katherine Nesci Fund James and Nancy Rodolph Charitable Fund James E. and Sandra S. Peebles Family Fund James J. and Colleen Burns Fund James J. and Louise R. Glasser Advised Fund James R. and Elizabeth C. Guy Fund Jan Tarr Scholarship Fund

The Jane Ferguson Endowment Fund Janet C. Spadora Advisory Fund Janet C. Spadora Fund Janet L. Simek Scholarship Fund Janet P. Miller Fund Janice Brendle Wert Endowment Fund I Janice Brendle Wert Endowment Fund II Jasam Foundation of Arizona Jay and Grace Sternberg Fund Jeanne C. Harry Restricted Endowment Fund Jeanne C. Harry Unrestricted Endowment Fund Jeffrey Guylas Charitable Fund JHH Donor Advised Fund Joan and Mark Casciari Fund Joan Kaye Cauthorn Advised Fund JobPath Fund Joe Quinton Latta Legacy Fund Joe W. Cherry Pass The Torch Fund John and Joyce Barkley Community Food Bank Fund

John and Laura Almquist Fund John B. Anderson Legacy Endowment Fund John D. and Joyce N. Barkley Fund John F. and Ruth E. Whalley Fund John H. and Joan L. Tedford Scholarship Fund Judge Mary Anne Richey Scholarship Fund Judith Sampson Fund Judith Treistman Fund Julia Pernet Community Fund The Julian M. Babad Charitable Fund Jurist Charitable Fund Kathleen Rector First Family Fund Kathryn A. Pabst Memorial Fund Kathryn Pooler Fund for St. Philip’s Preservation Endowment Kavazanjian Family Charitable Fund The Keith Family Fund Kent R. Burbank and Vicente A. Talanquer Endowed Fund Kiley-Knox Family Fund

Kinerk Family Fund King Family Charitable Fund Kit S. and Bonita M. Soohoo Lam Family Fund Kleinhans Family Fund Korn Family Charitable Fund Kory Family Scholarship Endowment Fund L.E.S. is More Charitable Fund Lamb Family Advised Fund Larry R. and Florence A. Adamson Fund Las Donas de los Descendientes del Presidio de Tucson Latino Community Fund Latino Community Project Fund Laura and Arch Brown Fund Laura Smallhouse Fund Leonard L. White Educational Fund Lew Murphy Mayor’s Fund for Children LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Funk/ Noffsinger Endowment LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Noel Matkin-Jim Sincox Tribute Endowment


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LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund LGBTQ+ Endowment Fund Libraries LTD. Reserve Fund The Lil and Dave Fund Linden Trust Literacy Volunteers of Tucson Endowment Fund Live Theatre Workshop Fund The Loft Cinema Endowment Fund Lorna Pabst de Acosta Charitable Fund Lorraine Maria Hamilton Endowment Fund Louise and Jerry Atlas Arts/ Education Memorial Fund The Love and Light Fund Lucille A. and Matthias P. Lowman Family Endowment Fund II Lucille and Matt Lowman Family Fund Lund Wolfe Computer Science Scholarship The Lyons Children’s Refugee Assistance Fund Lyons New Opportunities Nursing Scholarship Mabel G. and Edward Werner Fund

Mansell Fund Marana High Alumni Scholarship Margaret and Harold Ingram Scholarship Fund Margaret J. Modine Fund for Children Margaret T. Morris Children’s Fund Marguerite Poole St. Philip’s In The Hills Preservation Endowment Maria L. Urquides Scholarship Fund Marian and Greg LaLonde Fund Marion R. Sundt First Family Fund Mark B. and Jean G. Higgins Fund Mark Ross Capin Fund Mary Ann and Darryl Dobras Fund Mary B. Brown Advised Fund Mary Jane McIntosh Atwood Scholarship Fund Mason Scholarship Fund Mayola B. Vail Unrestricted Fund Meilei’s Fund

The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund II MF Hannley Fund The Mike and Laura Sullivan Donor Advised Fund Mildred F. Mahoney Memorial Fund Monte A. and Susan D. Webb Legacy Fund Montgomery Prize Award Fund Mullis Donor Advised Fund Mundinger Donor Advised Fund Myron Morris Fund Nada I. Beck Educational Fund NAMI Southern Arizona Endowment Fund Nance Crosby Hope Has a Name Fund Nance Crosby Youth Development Fund Nancy and Harold Willingham Charitable Fund Nancy M. and Peter E. Davis Community Fund Neighborhood Chain of Survival Fund

Nichols Family Foundation Fund Nogales Cemetery Endowment Fund Nogales Cemetery Match Fund Norell Jensen Charitable Fund Ortiz Stay Well Fund Oscar and Eleanor Hosmer Scholarship Fund Oscar and Ernestine Armstrong Fund O’Toole Fund Pam Grissom Fund Pamela and Charles Katzenberg Family Fund Patricia Ann Hanson Fund The Patricia J. Acton Fund Paul Lindsey and Kathy Alexander Charitable Fund Paula Van Ness Fund Pauline Miguel Scholarship Fund Phil and Carol Lyons Family Fund Philip J. Lyons Family Fund Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare

Pima Council on Aging (PCOA) Operating Endowment Pima Library Foundation Fund Pizza Hut of Arizona, Inc. / Kyte Scholarship Fund Plunkett Family Fund PRO Neighborhoods Endowment Fund R.B. and B.C. O’Rielly Charitable Fund Ralph and Mary Darling Scholarship Fund Ralph E. and Mary D. Darling Family Fund Ray Davies Student Community Services Scholarship Fund The Reading RR Fund Real Need Fund Renaye and Stanley Lehman Fund Reuling Family Native American Programs Fund Reverend Margaret M. Treadway Sloan Endowed Fund Richard and Mary Ellen Reuling Charitable Fund

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Richard Raymond Glynn Memorial Fund Robert and Constance Struse Fund Robert and Judie Lasser Fund Robert and Roberta Bracker Fund Robert and Roberta Bracker Match Fund Robert Lee Cherry Fund Robert Sarver Fund Roger and Mary Baxter Green Valley Fund Roger and Mary Baxter Scholarship Fund The Roger Shepard Fund for Cognitive Science Rosa Parks Scholarship Endowment Fund The Rose Fund Roy A. Johnson Organ Scholarship Fund Ruth E. Whalley Fund Ruth Hannley Family Fund Ryan McCray Memorial Scholarship Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship Endowment Fund Sankofa Fund


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Funds of the Foundation Continued

Santa Cruz Community Foundation Border Region Leadership and Education Fund Santa Cruz Community Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund Santa Cruz Community Foundation Unrestricted Fund Santa Cruz County Young Audiences Fund Santa Cruz Endowed Scholarship Match Fund Santa Cruz Humane Society Endowment Sarah B. Smallhouse Advised Fund Sarah P. Hausman Endowment for Audubon Society Sarah W. and Golden R. Smith Unrestricted Fund SARSEF Fund Scholarship for a Better Future Sean K. Ball Memorial Scholarship in Double Bass The Selma and Lew Davis Family Fund Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund

The Sheryll Erchinger Milo Memorial Scholarship Fund Shropshire Family Chairtable Fund The Sidney Hopkins and Mayola B. Vail Family Fund Simpson Family Fund Skyline Country Club Scholarship Fund Sonoran Institute Endowment Fund South32 Hermosa Community Fund Southern Arizona Behavioral Health Fund Southern Arizona Emergency Relief Fund Southern Arizona Indicators Project Fund Splendido Residents Association Endowment Fund Splendido Residents Association Scholarship Fund St. Andrew’s Children’s Match Fund St. Andrews Episcopal/Hixson Memorial Scholarship Fund Stedman Charitable Fund The Stocker Foundation Fund Stone Canyon Community Foundation Event Fund

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Fund Stone Canyon Community Legacy Fund Sue Ann Reynolds Tuc. Society of Women Physicians Endowment Sunstreet Fund SVP Tucson Capacity Building Fund Swift Family Tucson First Fund Sylvia Stan Mulka Fund Tennis for Tucson Fund Theo Gebler Match Fund Theo Gebler Scholarship Fund Therapeutic Riding of Tucson Fund The Thomas James Kiley and Darcy Ann Kiley Memorial Fund Thomas N. Davis Memorial Fund Thomas Smallhouse Fund Tohono O’odham Community College Endowment Fund Tom and Cele Peterson Fund Topaz Fund Townsdin Living Trust Fund

Troller Fund Tucson Audubon Society Esperanza Easement Fund Tucson Change Fund Tucson Charter Review Committee Fund Tucson Chinese Cultural Center Endowment Fund Tucson Festival of Books Fund Tucson Museum of Art Fund Tucson Music Teachers Association Scholarship Fund Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation Endowment Fund Tucson Realty and Trust Administrative Endowment Fund Tucson Sunrise Foundation Inc. Fund Tucson Waldorf School Endowment Fund Tucson Wildlife Center Fund Tucson-Pima Library Foundation Endowment Fund United Nations Association of Southern Arizona USAF 162nd Tactical Fighter Group Fund Ventana Canyon Patriot Golf Day Fund

Ventana Charitable Foundation Fund Vetter-Chen Donor Advised Fund Viner Foundation Fund Viola Steinfeld O’Neil First Family Fund Viola Steinfeld O’Neil Fund Virginia Sugg Furrow Foundation Visiting Nurses Association Fund Volunteer Center of Tucson Youth Leadership Endowment Fund The Wahlfeld Family Fund Walt Whitman Endowment Fund Walter S. and Norma R. Mann Fund Waterfall Family Fund Watershed Management Group Fund We Are One | Somos Uno Resiliency CARES Act Fund We Are One | Somos Uno Resiliency Fund The Westerly Fund 2 William A. Calder III Endowment for Tucson Audubon Society

William E. Hall Fund for Children William G. and Kathleen Rector Trust Women’s Endowment Fund Women’s Endowment Match Fund Youth On Their Own Endowment Fund Yuma Library Foundation Endowment Fund YWCA of Southern Arizona Endowed Fund Z Fund Z Project Fund Zonta Fund Zonta Match Fund

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CFSA Administrative Endowment Competitive Grant Recipients Contributing Funds

Aaron Avery Wood Brinckerhoff Admin. Endowment Fund Bank of America Admin. Endowment Fund Bettina and Dan Lyons Admin. Endowment Fund Brenda B. and John Even Admin. Endowment Fund Bruce & Katie Dusenberry Admin. Endowment Fund Edward S. Frohling Admin. Endowment Fund Harris Trust Bank of Arizona Admin. Endowment Fund Intergroup of Arizona Admin. Endowment Fund Joann & Edgar Butterbaugh Fund

The Florence Project

(July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020)

Marshall & Ilsley Trust Company Admin. Endowment National Bank of Arizona Admin. Endowment Fund Northern Trust Bank of Arizona Admin. Endowment Fund Phelps Dodge Foundation Admin. Endowment Fund Philip and Barbara J. Smith Admin. Endowment Fund Southwest Gas Admin. Fund Sundt Corporation Admin. Endowment Fund Tucson Electric Power Community Fund William B. and Ann Laurie Moore Family Admin. Endowment Fund

African American Legacy Fund Alpha Foundation, Inc. Arizona’s Children Association Books for Classrooms I Am You 360

Catchafire Act One Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona Amerind Foundation, Inc. Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Angel Charity for Children, Inc. Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch of the National Audubon Society Arizona Center for Autism Arizona’s Children Association Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Autism Society of Southern Arizona Bag It Beacon Group SW, Inc. Ben’s Bells, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters Southern AZ

Books for Classrooms Border Arts Corridor Border Community Alliance Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson Boys to Men Tucson Campesinos Sin Fronteras Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern Arizona Casa de la Luz Foundation Catholic Community Services-Pio Decimo Center CF Campus Children’s Museum Tucson | Oro Valley Christian House Fellowship CITY Center for Collaborative Learning – CommunityShare Cody’s Friends, Inc. Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Community Gardens of Tucson Compass Affordable Housing, Inc. Construyendo Círculos de Paz/Constructing Circles of Peace Coyote TaskForce Culture of Peace Alliance

Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Arizona Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona The Drawing Studio, Inc. The Dunbar Coalition, Inc. Echoing Hope Ranch Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Friends of Pima Animal Care Center Friends of the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Green Valley/Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse Handi-Dogs Haven Totes, Inc. Homicide Survivors Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Integrative Touch for Kids Interfaith Community Services JCWALK Ministries JobPath, Inc. Junior Achievement of Arizona LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona

IRC Tucson Volunteers

Lutheran Social Services

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Competitive Grant Recipients Continued

Literacy Connects Live Theatre Workshop Living Streets Alliance Local First Arizona Foundation MHC Healthcare Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona Native American Advancement Foundation Our Family Services Owl & Panther Parent Aid - Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance Parkinson’s Support Group of Green Valley Patronato San Xavier Pinal County Historical Society Reid Park Zoological Society, Inc. The Rogue Theatre SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science & Engineering Foundation

The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre Sister Jose Women’s Center Social Venture Partners Tucson Sonoran Glass School Sonoran Institute Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation - Southern Arizona Senior Pride Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center Southern Arizona Gender Alliance Southern Arizona Performing Arts Company Southside Worker Center St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. Steady Strides Riding Center Step Up to Justice Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc. Tucson 2030 District Tucson Educational Empowerment for Minorities Tucson Girls Chorus

Tucson Interfaith HIV AIDS Network, Inc. Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block Winding Road Theatre Ensemble Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona YMCA of Southern Arizona Youth On Their Own

CORE Grants Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Border Youth Tennis Exchange, Inc. Borderlands Restoration Network Boys and Girls Clubs of the Casa Grande Valley Campesinos Sin Fronteras Cochise Family Advocacy Center, Inc. Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona Compass Affordable Housing, Inc. Construyendo Circules De Paz - Constructing Circles of Peace

Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc. (KXCI Community Radio) Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Integrative Touch for Kids Jewish History Museum JobPath, Inc. Live Theatre Workshop Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Raising Special Kids Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Sky Island Alliance Sr. Jose Women’s Center Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK) True Concord Voices & Orchestra Tucson Girls Chorus Association, Inc. UA Foundation - UA College of Education - Cooper Center for Environmental Learning

Watershed Management Group, Inc. Willcox Theater and Arts, Inc.

COVID-19 Community Support Fund Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Banner Health Foundation Beacon Group SW, Inc. Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Bright Star Community Development Corporation Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Community Food Bank, Inc. Community Gardens of Tucson Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona DIRECT Center for Independence, Inc. El Rio Health Center Foundation, Inc.

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Family Health Care Amigos Family Housing Resources, Inc. Feed the Children, Inc. Fountain Youth Ministries/6th Street Gym Friends of Pima Animal Care Center Grace-St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Inc. Herencia Guadalupana Imago Dei Middle School IMPACT of Southern Arizona Interfaith Community Services Intermountain Centers for Human Development International Indian Treaty Council International Rescue Committee, Inc. Iskashitaa Refugee Network Izi Azi Foundation JobPath, Inc. Mercy Housing Southwest


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Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona More than a Bed Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Old Pueblo Community Services Our Family Services, Inc. Owl & Panther Pascua Yaqui Tribe Charitable Organization Patagonia Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc. Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center Pima County Community Land Trust Planned Parenthood of Arizona, Inc. Primavera Foundation, Inc. Pronet Rebuilding Together-Santa Cruz County, Inc. Rialto Theatre Foundation Sahuarita Food Bank San Miguel High School Santa Cruz Center Educational Foundation Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc.

Santa Cruz Training Program, Inc. Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc. Sonoran Art Foundation, Inc. Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc. Southern Arizona Land Trust Inc. Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation Southern Arizona Network For Down Syndrome Southern Arizona Preschool Foundation Southwest Folklife Alliance, Inc. Sr. Jose Women’s Center St. Andrew’s Preschool and Child Care Center St. Francis Shelter Tucson Symphony Society UA Foundation - UA College of Science UA Foundation-UA Campus Pantry United Way of Santa Cruz County Arizona, Inc. Youth On Their Own

COVID-19 Event Relief Fund Arivaca Helping Hearts Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Boys to Men Tucson, Inc. Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services The Haven, Inc. Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. Pascua Yaqui Tribe Charitable Organization Salvation Army - Tucson Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Step Up To Justice Support Education and Employment for Vets

Endowment for the Arts of Tucson Fund Douglas Arts and Humanities, Inc. (Border Arts Corridor) Patagonia Creative Arts Association

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Arizona Human Rights Foundation Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. El Rio Health Center Foundation, Inc. Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc. Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson Our Family Services, Inc. Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Inc. Pima Council on Aging, Inc. Reveille Gay Men’s Chorus Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation - Southern Arizona Senior Pride Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation - Thornhill Lopez Center on 4th Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc.

The Lyons Children’s Refugee Assistance Fund International Rescue Committee, Inc. Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Phil and Carol Lyons Family Fund

Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc.

Backyard Healthcare Project Beacon Group SW, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Community Food Bank, Inc. Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Flagstaff Shelter Services, Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Interfaith Community Services JobPath, Inc. Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. Literacy Connects Military Assistance Mission Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona San Miguel High School SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Sr. Jose Women’s Center St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. STEP: Student Expedition Program

Santa Cruz Community Foundation American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter Angel Heart Pajama Project Ayuda of Southern Arizona, Inc. Border Community Alliance Family Health Care Amigos Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Patagonia Creative Arts Association Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc. Santa Cruz Training Program, Inc. Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc.

Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund-End of Life Step Up to Justice Tu Nidito Children and Family Services United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc.

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Donor Advised Grant Recipients

Continued

(July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020)

Shaaron Kent Endowment-San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Apoyo a los Sanmiguelenses Ancianos Biblioteca Pública de San Miguel de Allende Casa Hogar Santa Julia don Bosco Feed the Hungry Fundación de Apoyo Infantil Guanajuato Jóvenes Adelante Mitigare Cuidados Paliativos Patronato Pro Niños de San Miguel de Allende, A.C. Santuario Hogar Guadalupano Unidos Somos Familia US-Mexico Border Philanthropy Partnership

Social Venture Partners Interfaith Community Services JobPath, Inc. Make Way for Books

South32 Hermosa Community Fund Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch of the National Audubon Society

Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace Family Health Care Amigos Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Los Charros Foundation, Inc. Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Nogales Community Development Corporation Patagonia Community Radio, Inc. Patagonia Creative Arts Association Patagonia Educational Endowment Fund, Inc. Patagonia Museum Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club Rebuilding Together-Santa Cruz County, Inc. Santa Cruz Advocates for the Arts Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc. Santa Cruz Training Program, Inc. SCCFRA Foundation, Inc.

Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc. Sierra Vista Symphony Association Society for Bevel Intentions, Inc. (Mat Bevel Company)

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Fund 4Freedom, Inc. Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Casa de los Niños, Inc. Earn to Learn Educational Enrichment Foundation El Grupo Youth Cycling Higher Ground A Resource Center Imago Dei Middle School Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. Literacy Connects Make Way for Books Our Family Services, Inc. Painted Sky Elementary School PTO

San Miguel High School SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired STEP: Student Expedition Program YMCA of Southern Arizona Youth On Their Own

William E. Hall Foundation

(proposals by invitation only)

Arizona’s Children Association Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Inc. Educational Enrichment Foundation Reid Park Zoological Society, Inc. Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc. Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation

100 Club of Arizona 4Freedom, Inc. ACLU Foundation of Arizona Act One Adult Loss of Hearing Association, Inc. Advancement Center for Washington Twp Schools and N Central Alumni Advocates for Informed Choice Alley Cat Allies, Inc. Alpha Foundation, Inc. Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Association The American AntiVivisection Society American Association of University Women, Inc. American Civil Liberties Union of Washington Foundation American Collegiate Society For Adaptive Athletics American Legion American Red Cross Kentucky Region - Louisville Chapter American Red Cross of Greater Phoenix American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals dba ASPCA America’s Charities Amerind Foundation, Inc. Amistad y Salud Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Anasazi Foundation, Inc. Angel Charity for Children, Inc. Animal Benefits Club Animal League of Green Valley Animal Loving Friends Inc. Arizona Burn Foundation Arizona Community Foundation Arizona Early Music Society Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Arizona Helping Hands Arizona Historical Society Arizona Opera Company Arizona Theatre Company Arizona Women’s History Alliance, Inc. Arizona’s Children Association Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Inc. Arts for All, Inc.


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Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Aviva Children’s Services Backyard Healthcare Project The Bail Project Ballet Arts Foundation Banner Health Foundation Barbea Williams Performance Company Batman4Paws, Inc. Beacon Group SW, Inc. Beads of Courage Inc Beloit College Best Friends Animal Society Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Bohemian-Slavonian Cemetery Association of Wilber Nebraska Books for Classrooms Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Butler University C A R E, Inc.

Campus Crusade for Christ Inc. CARE Casa de los Niños, Inc. Casa Maria Catholic Worker Casady School Cascade Public Media Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Center for Biological Diversity, Inc. Center Ministries Child and Family Resources, Inc. Children’s Action Alliance Phoenix Office Children’s Medical Center Foundation Christmas in July Foundation of Collier County Claws and Paws Rescue, Inc. Coalition of All Breeds Rescue Arizona CABRA Cochise County Library District The Commons: Center for Food Security and Sustainability Community Food Bank, Inc. Community Gardens of Tucson

Community Music Center Community Partners Congregation Agudas Achim Congregation Beth Israel Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace Corpus Christi Parish Crossroad Nogales Mission, Inc. Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Arizona Chapter Davis Monthan Officers Spouses Scholarship and Charitable Club Deep Dirt Institute Defenders of Wildlife Desert Christian Schools, Inc. Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona DIRECT Center for Independence, Inc. Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships Doctors Without Borders USA, Inc. Dunbar Coalition, Inc. Earn to Learn Easter Seals Blake Foundation Eastside Audubon Society

Educational Enrichment Foundation El Grupo Youth Cycling El Paso Community Foundation El Rio Health Center Foundation, Inc. Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Empire Ranch Foundation Empower Coalition, Inc. Equal Justice Initiative Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary Equinimity, Inc. Family Health Care Amigos Feed the Children, Inc. Feeding America First Book Flagstaff Shelter Services, Inc. Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc. Flowing Wells Educational Foundation Food Bank of Northern Nevada Foothills Animal Rescue, Inc Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc. Freestore-Foodbank Inc. Friends in Deed

Friends In Deed Foundation, Inc. Friends of Bisbee Animal Shelter Friends of Pima Animal Care Center Friends of Public Radio Arizona / KJZZ Friends of Sabino Canyon, Inc. Friends of Saguaro National Park, Inc. Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace Gabriel’s Angels Gallaudet University Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Give2Asia Go Near Ministry Gospel Rescue Mission, Inc. Grand Canyon Guitar Society, Ltd. Greater Tucson Leadership, Inc. Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Green Valley Community Chorus The Gregory School Growth Partners Arizona Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Inc.

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Hands of Hope Tucson Hansen Foundation for Education Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter Higher Ground A Resource Center Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life History Center in Tompkins County Homicide Survivors, Inc. Hope Animal Shelter, Inc. House With a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary Humane Society of Southern Arizona Humane Society of Yuma, Inc. I Am You 360 Imagination Stage, Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Institute for Humane Studies Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, Inc. Interfaith Community Services Intermountain Centers for Human Development International Folk Art Alliance, Inc.


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Donor Advised Grant Recipients Continued

International Rescue Committee, Inc. International School for Peace J Wood Platt Caddie Scholarship Trust Jazz in January, Inc. JDRF International Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Jewish History Museum Jimmy Jet Foundation JobPath, Inc. Joslin Diabetes Center, Inc. JourneyCare Foundation Judicial Watch, Inc. Juneteenth Festival Committee, Inc. Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. The Junior State of America Foundation Kino Border Initiative La Frontera Center, Inc. Las Doñas de Tucson, Inc. Law College Association of the University of Arizona Leadership Institute Legal Voice

Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue Literacy Connects Literary and Prologue Society of The Southwest Live Theatre Workshop Loft Cinema, Inc. Lookout Mountain Parent Teacher Organization Los Charros Foundation, Inc. Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Make A Wish Foundation of Arizona, Inc. Make Way for Books Malpai Borderlands Group, Inc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mayo Clinic MECP2 Duplication Foundation Medical Students for Choice Mercatus Center, Inc. Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund Military Assistance Mission Minority Bar Association of Southern Arizona Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona

Moon & Stars Animal Rescue More than a Bed Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. NAMI of Southern Arizona National Audubon SocietyAppleton/Whittell Research Ranch National Center for Public Policy Research, Inc. National Center for Youth Law National Legal and Policy Center National Network of Abortion Funds National Right to Work Legal Defense & Education Foundation, Inc. National Wildlife Federation Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Native Seeds/SEARCH Nature and Culture International Nature Conservancy of Arizona Navajo Nation NFMC - Tuesday Morning Musicale, Inc.

Nogales Community Development Corporation Northern Arizona University Foundation, Inc. Not My Kid, Inc. Ohio Wesleyan University Old Pueblo Community Services Old Trail School Operation FINALLY HOME Our Family Services, Inc. Painted Sky Elementary School PTO Pantano Christian Church Parents Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays Inc Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Inc. Patagonia Area Resource Alliance Patagonia Community Radio, Inc. Patagonia Creative Arts Association Patagonia Educational Endowment Fund, Inc. The Patagonia Museum Patagonia Regional Times Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club Patriot Paws Service Dogs

Patronato San Xavier Paula and Cabot Sedgwick Family Foundation Paws Patrol, Inc. PAWSitively Cats People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Phoenix Rescue Mission Picor Charitable Foundation Pima Animal Care Center Pima Community College Foundation, Inc. Pima Council on Aging, Inc. Pima County Parklands Foundation Pima Paws for Life Planned Parenthood of Arizona, Inc. Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands Point of Pride The Primavera Foundation, Inc. Project Syncere Rebuilding Together-Santa Cruz County, Inc. Red Cloud Indian School Refugee & Immigrant Center for Education & Legal Services

Reid Park Zoological Society, Inc. River of Life Christian School Rogue Theatre Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona S.O.S Cat Rescue Sahuarita Food Bank Salpointe Catholic Education Foundation Salvation Army - Green Valley Service Center The Salvation Army - Tucson San Miguel High School Sandy Hook Promise Foundation Santa Cruz Advocates for the Arts Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc. Santa Cruz Training Program, Inc. Santa Rita Abbey, Inc. SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Save the Children Federation, Inc. Save the Scenic Santa Ritas Saving Animals from Euthanasia


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SCCFRA Foundation, Inc. Second Harvest Heartland Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc. Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers of the Green Valley District, Inc. Sierra Vista Symphony Association SIM USA Incorporated Simon Wiesenthal Center Sky Island Alliance Smile Train, Inc. Social Venture Partners International Society for Bevel Intentions, Inc. Society of St. Sulpice Sonoran Art Foundation, Inc. Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired Southern Arizona Cat Rescue Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc. Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc. Southwest Center for Economic Integrity

Southwest German Shepherd Rescue Special Needs Solutions, Inc. Sr. Jose Women’s Center St. Elizabeth’s Health Care Center St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. St. Thomas More Catholic Newman Center State Policy Network Step Up to Justice STEP: Student Expedition Program Steven M. Gootter Foundation Sunnyside School District Parents as Teachers Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Tax Foundation Team Hoyt Arizona TEEM - Tucson Education Empowerment for Minorities Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc. The Salvation Army Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK) Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc.

Tohono Chul Park, Inc. Trans Lifeline The Trevor Project Triskeles Foundation True Concord Voices & Orchestra Trustees of Phillips Academy Tu Nidito Children and Family Services Tucson Airport Authority Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus Tucson Audubon Society Tucson Botanical Gardens Tucson C.A.R.E.S., Inc. Tucson Children’s Museum, Inc. Tucson Chinese Association, Inc. Tucson Christian Mandarin Church Tucson Desert Song Festival Tucson Girls Chorus Association, Inc. Tucson Guitar Society Tucson Housing Foundation, Inc. Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc. Tucson Jewish Community Center, Inc.

Tucson Medical Center Foundation Tucson Museum of Art Tucson Pops Orchestra Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation Tucson Symphony Society Tucson Values Teachers Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc. Tucson-Pima Library Foundation Twist of Fate Farm & Sanctuary UA Foundation - Alumni Association UA Foundation - Arizona Men’s and Women’s Golf UA Foundation - Arizona Public Media UA Foundation - College of Agriculture and Life Sciences UA Foundation - College of Fine Arts UA Foundation - College of Medicine UA Foundation - College of Social and Behavioral Sciences UA Foundation - Eller College of Management

UA Foundation - Humanities Seminars Program UA Foundation - School of Music UA Foundation - Southwest Institute for Research on Women UA Foundation - Steele Children’s Research Center UA Foundation - Tucson Village Farm UA Foundation - UA College of Education UA Foundation - UA College of Science UA Foundation - UA Health Sciences UA Foundation - UA Poetry Center Union University United Service Organizations, Inc. United States Fund for UNICEF United States Golf Association United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc. University of Arizona Foundation University of Chicago University of Wisconsin Foundation

Venture Out Project Inc Vitalyst Health Foundation Washington Women in Need Watershed Management Group, Inc. We The Protesters, Inc. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Wild at Heart Inc Wilderness Inquiry, Inc. The Willa Cather Foundation Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona World Central Kitchen, Inc. World War II Theatre, Inc. The Worth and Dot Howard Foundation Wounded Warrior Project, Inc. WXXI Public Broadcasting Council YMCA of Southern Arizona Youth Eastside Services Youth On Their Own YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. YWCA of Southern Arizona

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Leadership, Volunteers, and Staff 2019-2020 Board of Trustees

Herbert J. Hoffman Matthew Harrison Claudia Jasso, Chair Marian LaLonde Saundra Taylor, Vice Chair Herbert J. Hoffman, Treasurer Fátima Luna Ron Marx Celestino Fernández, Secretary Chinwe Mary Okoye Faisal Adil Timothy A. Olcott Antonio Dabdoub Virjinya Torrez Marcel Dabdoub Committee on Trustees Darryl Dobras and Governance Sabrina Hallman, Ex-Officio Virjinya Torrez, Chair Matthew Harrison Anthony Francisco Styne Hill Claudia Jasso Marian LaLonde, Ex-Officio Marian LaLonde Fátima Luna Fátima Luna Ron Marx Chinwe Mary Okoye Chinwe Mary Okoye Saundra Taylor Timothy A. Olcott Community Ethan Orr Investment Team Ricardo Pineda, Honorary Ron Marx, Chair Anne Roediger Tammi Barrick Mark Rubin Fred Chaffee Richard Sias Cindy Godwin Barbara Smith Cande Grogan Virjinya Torrez Claudia Jasso Allison Vaillancourt Fátima Luna Executive Committee Ethan Orr Claudia Jasso, Chair Isaac Rothschild Saundra Taylor, Vice Chair Barbara Smith Celestino Fernández

Virjinya Torrez Karen Uhlich Kendall Washington White

Donor and Community Engagement Committee Timothy A. Olcott, Chair Marcel Dabdoub, Vice Chair Faisal Adil Ashley Bickel Jessica Ell Kasey Hill Claudia Jasso Wanda Moore Lisa Robinson Jim Rowley Allison Vaillancourt Tony Vuturo

Finance and Audit Committee Herb Hoffman, Chair Celestino Fernández, Vice Chair Bob Friesen Claudia Jasso Jerry Miron Richard Mundinger Anne Roediger Luke Schneider

Investment Committee Matt Harrison, Chair Rick Sias, Vice Chair Mary Bernal Nicollete Daly Nancy Davis Maura Grogan Nicholas Healy Claudia Jasso Richard Mundinger R. Michael Sullivan

Campus Advisory Board Bob Friesen, Chair Phil Amos Fred Chaffee Marian LaLonde Jan Lesher Gerald Miron Richard Mundinger Jim Murphy Anne Roediger Tom Warne

Santa Cruz Community Foundation Advisory Board Sabrina Hallman, Chair Daniel Arana Pierre Baffert Manuel Coppola

Cecilia Kory Tom (TJ) Morgan James Welden Claudia Wise Christopher Young

Professional Advisory Committee Mark Rubin, Esq., Chair Laura Alexander, MA, CFRE Sandra Bensley Jan Bernardini Janet Davis, CPA, CFP W. Craig (Hoot) Gibson, CLU Matthew Harrison, CFA Doug Haynes, CFP Anne Hoff, CPA Evelyn Kleinhans, CPA Kyle Larson, CFP Daren J. Layton, Esq. Alexandra L. Miller, CPA, P.C. Angela C. Moore, Esq. Ana Perez-Arrieta, Esq. Timothy A. Olcott Robin Randall, CPA Thomas S. Robertson, III Jane Larriva Rojas, MBA Theresa Thorson, CFP, CIMA Jordan Underhill, CRPC Steven C. Wagner, J.D., CPA Craig Hunter Wisnom

Staff Clint Mabie, President and CEO Shari Stapleton-Smith,

Executive Assistant to the President and CEO - HR Manager

Mary Louise Luna,

Senior Director of Gift Planning, Philanthropic Services Matti Bowen, Donor Engagement Manager, Philanthropic Services Ariana Watson, Administrative Assistant, Philanthropic Services Kelly Huber, Director, Community Investments Laci Lester, Manager, Community Investments Enedina Miller, Manager, Community Investments Jeaiza Quiñones, Manager, Community Investments Paula Van Ness, Manager, Community Investments

Missy Bowden,

Chief Financial Officer, Finance Cat Kiesel, Sr. Accountant, Finance

Georgia Schwartz,

Accountant, Finance Michael Wiley, Associate, Finance

Mark Montoya,

Vice President, Operations

Zoey Fife,

Data Systems Manager, Operations

Tamara McKinney,

Director, Marketing & Communications Arielle Sullivan Meints, Coordinator, Marketing & Communications Chelsey Johnson, Member Services Coordinator, CF Campus


The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is in compliance with the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations.


5049 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 201 Tucson, Arizona 85711 Phone 520-770-0800 Fax 520-770-1500 www.cfsaz.org


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