Community Foundation for Southern Arizona - Report To The Community Fiscal Year 2021

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Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2021


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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Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2021

Together, we are building an equitable and vibrant community for all. Many of us will remember 2021, year two of the COVID-19 pandemic and the reckoning for racial justice following the murder of George Floyd, as a time marked by both continued struggle and renewal. As reflected in this annual report, our Southern Arizona community has pulled together to invest in resilience. Through the creation of new partnerships, continued COVID-19 relief funding, and the remarkable generosity of our donors, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona has been at the forefront of opportunities to build nonprofit resilience in our region. The needs of our communities carry on, and the challenges of this pandemic affect lives daily. In fiscal year 2021, CFSA continued to support the vulnerable individuals and families most affected by the pandemic and the nonprofits who serve them by providing grants in collaboration with CFSA’s funding partners and donors. As of December 2021, CFSA’s COVID-19 relief funding to Southern Arizona nonprofits exceeded $3.8 million, with 93% of grantee organizations serving marginalized populations. CFSA also stepped up our long-standing commitment to increasing the capacity of Southern Arizona’s nonprofit community through new partnerships and expanded programming. CFSA’s Catchafire program, which pairs nonprofits with volunteers with expertise, grew from 100 nonprofits to over 300 nonprofits. Several new partnerships were established, including a collaboration with The University of Arizona’s Eller College to offer nonprofit professionals free, high-quality training that culminated in a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management. CFSA is proud to serve as a connector, convener, resource, and investor, now and forever, in the resilience of our community.

Jenny Flynn President and CEO

Jan Lesher Board Chair

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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. Established in 2013, AALF supports innovative educational programs for African American youth in the community. AALF is led by an advisory board whose members are committed to impacting our community, raising funds each year to grant to nonprofit organizations and building an endowment fund to ensure philanthropic dollars are available in perpetuity.

Catchafire is an online, volunteer-matching platform that

matches nonprofits with professional, virtual volunteers to help complete the projects critical for a nonprofit organization’s success. Since adding Catchafire to its programming in 2019, CFSA has helped 348 nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona save over $4.7 million through 23,942 volunteer hours. The Center for Healthy Nonprofits strengthens the Southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering free and low-cost support for nonprofit professionals and volunteers. 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. 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 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 CORE Grants Program was introduced in April 2017 to increase the availability of general operating support for high-impact nonprofits in Southern Arizona. CORE grants are rooted in mutual trust with the philosophy that organizations understand their unique needs and can demonstrate and achieve impact. In 2019, CFSA launched the CORE Collaborator Program to offer donors and funding partners the opportunity to hear firsthand from nonprofit staff about the critical needs in the community and meet other donors who share their commitment and passion. 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 connects donors with projects that benefit the LGBTQ+ community through annual competitive grant rounds and endowment building.

Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard was created

to measurably improve Southern Arizona through datadriven, collective civic action and education. MAP fills a gap by providing a common collection of information 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), an initiative

of CFSA, works to ensure that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. Established in 2012, 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 help them identify and actualize 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 several years or 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 essential nonprofit management and leadership curricula. By tapping into the rich resource of the nonprofit consulting community in Southern Arizona and nationally recognized experts, the Center offers nonprofits of all sizes valuable guidance and skill development. 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 help businesses achieve their philanthropic goals. 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. • Providing status reports, thereby reducing its internal processes. • Ensuring grants are sent to legitimate nonprofit organizations supporting the community. • Recommending specific community needs that align with their mission and philanthropic goals

Private Foundations: In recent years, families

interested in establishing a private foundation have found that opening a donor advised fund instead may help them meet their philanthropic goals while avoiding the burdensome reporting requirements and taxes imposed on private foundations. Established family and private foundations experience similar benefits by converting into a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation. Although family members may continue to make grant recommendations, CFSA will ensure that the donor’s original philanthropic objectives are honored.

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. CFSA partners with professional advisors to help establish giving mechanisms that maximize their client’s tax benefits and ensure their philanthropic intent is honored, now and forever.

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 supports the community through grants to qualified charitable organizations.

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 was 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.

Geographic Affiliates

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

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African American Legacy Fund

$186,000 granted since 2013 to

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.

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. 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 in 2019 to ensure her legacy continues to support the growth and development of the Black community. The endowment fund recently accepted a challenge grant from an anonymous donor in honor and recognition of the Connie Hillman Family Foundation and is open to support from any member of the community.

support innovative educational programs for African American youth

To date, the African American Legacy Fund has provided $186,000 in grants to twelve nonprofit collaborations. In 2021 alone, the fund granted $50,000 to 8 organizations – its largest grant round to date. Dr. Jolivet had a vision of what Southern Arizona can be

Educational Enrichment Foundation’s STEM mentor program focuses on STEM education for African American students.

Sustainable Tucson helps the local Kidane Mehret Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church serve the food needs of the surrounding area, and fosters a scientific, financial literacy, and vocational mentor program for the community to highlight the importance of environmental awareness in urban areas.

African American Leadership Institute: The African American

Legacy Fund partnered with the State of Black Arizona to establish the inaugural Southern Arizona African American Leadership Institute. The institute supports the development of African American community leaders to increase civic, political, and workforce leadership roles.

Blax Friday: In 2021, The African American Legacy Fund partnered with Blax Friday, a community organization created to spotlight Black businesses in Arizona, to offer critical support in developing their website and mobile app.

I Am You 360 provides basic hygiene needs to vulnerable youth in the community.


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Center for Healthy Nonprofits

218+ hours of organizational

development support offered through the Center in fiscal year 2021

CFSA offers high-quality, easily accessible organizational development resources through the Center for Healthy Nonprofits. In addition to the consistent opportunities for learning and support for leaders provided through the Center, the COVID-19 pandemic prompted additional training opportunities during the year focused on coping with COVID and helping leaders adapt to ongoing uncertainty and change. An essential feature of the Center’s programs is connecting nonprofit professionals through peer-to-peer roundtables to enhance their collective knowledge, share experiences, exchange ideas, and provide opportunities to network. In addition, multi-session training

courses and Ask an Expert sessions help current and aspiring leaders further their knowledge, build leadership skills, and build the next generation of executive leaders for our region. The Center also offers educational programs for board members to strengthen their skills, support effective partnerships with staff, and enhance local board governance. Through Center programming, CFSA staff identified several trends for 2021, including requests for support with board development, strategic planning, leadership coaching, succession planning, and fundraising guidance. To provide local nonprofits with additional access to expertise and support, the Center launched TeamUp, a new

program that connects nonprofits with local consultants who serve nonprofit organizations. Nonprofits receive up to 20 hours of consulting or coaching that is fully underwritten. In addition to supporting general Center programming, the Connie Hillman Family Foundation was a critical partner in designing and funding the TeamUp program.

“We’ve noted many wonderful nonprofits in the community who need the kind of boost that working with a consultant can provide. As a core supporter of staff enhancement efforts by the Center for Healthy Nonprofits, the Connie Hillman Family Foundation initiated a new partnership with CFSA and is underwriting our joint response to this need.” – Larry Adamson, Connie Hillman Family Foundation In fiscal year 2021, the Center offered several multi-session programs including a CEO/ED Survival Series and Achieving Your Career Goals.

From workshops dedicated to self-care practices to a four-part webinars series to increase basic fundraising knowledge and skills, the Center for Healthy Nonprofits offers a wide variety of resources.

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Community Foundation Campus Although the Campus remained closed to non-tenants in fiscal year 2021 due to COVID-19, CFSA staff utilized that time to complete several projects and facility improvements. 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. The Campus provides secure and professional office space for nonprofits with one to four employees in the coworking lab, 1,000 square foot nonprofit suites, and several meeting and event spaces.

The Campus Donor Recognition Wall was installed during the closure, and the remaining suites were built out to offer nonprofits a welcoming, turnkey option. In March 2021, local artist Ignacio Garcia completed a large-scale, three-sided mural at the CF Campus. The completion of this mural fulfilled the vision that Clint Mabie, CFSA’s former President and CEO, had for the Community Foundation Campus when the building was first acquired back in 2017.

Upon the announcement of Clint’s retirement in June 2020, several donors generously contributed the funds necessary to bring his vision of a large-scale mural to life. CFSA worked with the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona and a mural committee comprised of CFSA staff and trustees, Campus tenants, representatives from CFSA’s initiatives, and local community members to select three finalists from nineteen applicants. Thanks to our generous donors and Ignacio Garcia’s vision, CFSA is proud to present a mural that not only honors Clint’s significant contributions to the Foundation over the last decade but also highlights the diverse and vibrant communities we serve.

During the COVID-19 closure, the remaining nonprofit suites were built out to offer nonprofits looking for office space a welcoming, turnkey option.

Thanks to our generous donors and artist Ignacio Garcia’s vision, CFSA is proud to present a mural for our Campus that highlights the diverse and vibrant communities we serve.


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CORE Grants Program

$2.3+ million in CORE Grants

distributed since 2017 to provide general operating support to nonprofits in Southern Arizona

The Amerind Foundation promotes knowledge and understanding of the Native Peoples of the Americas.

The CORE Grants program was introduced in April 2017 to increase the availability of general operating support for high-impact nonprofits in Southern Arizona. Most importantly, CORE grants provide nonprofit organizations the flexibility to direct their spending where it is most needed, enabling them to build a strong and sustainable infrastructure. In April 2021, $854,000 in CORE Grants was awarded to 42 nonprofits in Southern Arizona to provide the flexible working capital necessary to maximize their impact and improve the quality of life in Southern Arizona. Areas funded include human services; arts and culture; environment and

SARSEF engages student populations underrepresented in the fields of STEM to create future critical thinkers and problem solvers in Arizona.

animals; legal services; education; health; youth and elderly services; immigrant services; and Native/Indigenous support. With over $2.3 million in CORE Grants distributed since 2017, CFSA and its donor collaborators are dedicated to supporting local nonprofits and promoting equity within Southern Arizona. This past year, greater strides toward equity through CORE grantmaking were seen through additional support to rural organizations, organizations that serve marginalized populations, and new grantees. Kelly Huber, Vice President for Philanthropy at CFSA, shared, “CORE Grants are made in partnership with generous donors who understand the importance of general operating support and its ability to foster innovation, reduce power dynamics, and support flexibility and trust. This year’s grant recipients represent an expansion in our funding, with an 18 percent increase in the total amount funded compared to last year, along with our commitment to support equitable distribution of grant dollars.” Grants were given to organizations in all Southern Arizona counties, including Pima, Pinal, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties. Of the 42 2021 grantees, 83 percent serve marginalized populations, 20 percent are headquartered in rural areas, and 52 percent are firsttime CORE grantees. Funds were further distributed equitably by organizational budgets; 14 percent have a budget below

$200,000; 59 percent of the total funded organizations have a budget below $500,000, and 24 percent have budgets over $1,000,000. Barbara McClure, Executive Director of Impact of Southern Arizona, a CORE Grant recipient, shared, “It takes an innovative organization to back the concept of investing in infrastructure and preparation for sustainable capacity building. Because of you, we will all continue to grow strong and provide services for many years to come.” Please see page forty of this report for a complete list of 2021 CORE Grantees. MANY THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS CORE COLLABORATORS! • Anonymous Donor #1 • Anonymous Donor #2 • Anne Maley-Shaffner & Timothy Shaffner • Bledsoe/Biedes Legacy Endowment • Connie Hillman Family Foundation • The David and Norma Lewis Foundation • Gaydon Ketchum Charitable Fund • Hellene Henrikson Fund of the Lutheran Church of the Foothills • Nichols Family Foundation Fund • Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund • The Blessings Fund • Topaz Fund • Troller Fund

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COVID-19 Response

$3.8+ million in COVID-19 relief funding

awarded since March 2020, in collaboration with CFSA’s funding partners and generous donors

In 2020, our community faced a challenge unlike anything we’ve encountered before. The impact of COVID-19 on the nonprofit community was 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. In fiscal year 2021, in collaboration with CFSA’s funding partners and generous donors, an additional $2.2 million in

The Sahuarita Food Bank & Community Resource Center switched to a delivery system during the pandemic to continue providing emergency food services safely.

Make Way for Books quickly adapted their programs to offer book delivery and virtual story school to support early literacy development during COVID.

COVID-19 relief funding was provided to 141 nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona. In addition to continued funding from CFSA’s COVID-19 Community Support Fund and COVID-19 Event Relief Fund, CFSA also facilitated $1.2 million in grants through 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. Grantees were asked what actions they would have taken to manage the pandemic’s impact if they had not received additional funding. The majority of organizations responded that without COVID-19 relief funding, they

would have faced the following options: reduce staff or reduce the number of people receiving essential services. Multiple organizations stated they would have had to close indefinitely. Kurtis Dawson, President and CEO of The YMCA of Southern Arizona, shared, “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!” Courtney Slanaker, Executive Director of American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter, shared, “Thank you, CFSA, for supporting our critical work in responding

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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to emergent mass care needs for the humanitarian crisis at the border. The grant has enabled us to provide shelter supplies to community partners as well as reunification services for migrants and asylum seekers.” As part of “Phase Two: Recover & Renew” of our COVID-19 Response Strategy, CFSA provided additional capacity-building support beyond grantmaking through various partnerships. In collaboration with the Connie Hillman Family Foundation, our Center for Healthy Nonprofits launched TeamUp, a program designed to connect nonprofits with the rich resources of the consulting professionals who serve nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona.

The Center also implemented a new program, Achieving Your Nonprofit Career Goals, to provide practical information about the roles, responsibilities, and skills of well-rounded and successful CEOs/EDs and senior leaders through a 7-part series. In January 2021, CFSA implemented a partnership with The University of Arizona’s Eller Executive Education to provide nonprofit leadership and management training to local nonprofit professionals. Through the nonprofit leadership and management training provided by Eller Faculty, nonprofits were able to create plans for long-term sustainability and build donor confidence during these turbulent times.

Top Three Categories Funded

Data collected from March 2020 – October 2021

Data collected from March 2020 – October 2021

Grantee Focus Areas (March 2020 to October 2021)

Thrive in the 05 services the 85705 zip code, one of the most impoverished areas of Pima County, with community-based crime reduction, workforce and economic development, housing, and more.

Old Pueblo Community Services offers housing, counseling and support services to those facing homelessness to help them transform their lives.

Advocacy Arts & Cultural Groups Community Development Disabilities & Senior Services Education First Responders Food Banks, Food Security, & Diaper Banks Health & Human Services Housing & Shelter Services Immigrant & Refugee Services Legal Services Other

0.8% 23.4%

1.5%

16.5%

14.2%

4%

1.5% 1.5%

6% 12.5%

9% 9%

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LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

$1,025,957 awarded to 72 local

organizations since 1999

The LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund was created in 1999 by the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona with support from donors, community members, and the National Lesbian and Gay Community Funding Partnership. Through philanthropy and endowment building, the Fund addresses the funding needs of local nonprofits and programs serving the queer community of Southern Arizona. To date, the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund has awarded 208 grants, totaling $1,025,957, to more than 70 local organizations. The LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund continued to grow its presence as a sustaining funder of high-impact nonprofits serving the LGBTQ+ community.

Southern Arizona Senior Pride offers critical social and support programming for LGBTQI+ older adults and their younger allies.

In 2021, the Fund hit a remarkable milestone, officially surpassing more than $1,000,000 in giving. In the 2021 grant round, 14 grants ranging from $5,000 - $10,000 were awarded to groups meeting the critical needs of the queer community. These grants supported a variety of programs and services, such as creating healthy spaces for queer youth. Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation’s CEO Ravi Gravois-Shah, MD shared, “SAAF is honored and grateful to the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund for their continued commitment to strengthening our community’s LGBTQ+ youth through their support of Eon, a youth-driven lounge space with empowering programming designed to increase health and overall well-being.”

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Staff and Advisory Board facilitated a successful 2020 Queer for Good virtual event at CF Campus.

From top: Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project, Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, and Old Pueblo Community Services.


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MAP Dashboard

The award-winning Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard was formed through a unique partnership between the University of Arizona, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, and the Southern Arizona Leadership Council to develop a project to measurably improve Southern Arizona through data-driven, collective civic action, and education. The MAP Dashboard fills a resource gap by providing a common collection of research and information upon which to evaluate and measure key socio-economic indicators in our community and collaborate to address our shared issues.

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare In addition to the regular data updates completed throughout the year, twenty feature articles and three white papers appeared on the MAP website in fiscal year 2021. These included articles on Tucson’s housing market and housing affordability, the impact of COVID-19 on the local economy, the wellbeing of juvenile justice-involved youth in Arizona, and more. Community engagement is a vital part of the MAP Dashboard. Researchers from the University of Arizona’s Business Research Center gave bi-monthly public presentations to local residents last year, including the Eller Economic Outlook Luncheon, Breakfast with the Economists, and the MAP Talk webinar series. In addition, MAP partnered with the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona to host a virtual food insecurity event that brought together over 206 individuals throughout Southern Arizona.

years, the initiative has hosted 16 community-wide gatherings featuring presentations by local and national animal experts. 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. PAAW brings together animal-loving representatives from nonprofits, county shelters, rescue groups, churches, businesses, and more. Over the last nine

In fiscal year 2021, PAAW members formed a new subcommittee called the Animal Resource Committee, which works to increase access to resources for animals and their caretakers across Southern Arizona. PAAW also reestablished the Adopt Love, Adopt Local committee to plan and implement a series of new adoption events in partnership with local rescues. In addition, PAAW convened key stakeholders from across Southern Arizona for a virtual event with renowned national speaker Dr. Genie Joseph.

2,700+ local residents

attended virtual MAP Dashboard presentations in fiscal year 2021 CFSA partnered with MAP Dashboard to host a virtual event that looked at food insecurity from multiple perspectives.

Dr. Genie Joseph was our expert presenter for the Spring 2021 PAAW Biannual Event.

Planning began to launch a new series of Adopt Love, Adopt Local events in fiscal year 2022.

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Kyle Lininger, Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award

Each year, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona honors individuals whose talents, compassion, and commitment help create a more vibrant and equitable community for all Southern Arizonans.

CFSA Annual Awards Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award Established in 1990, this award honors individuals in Southern Arizona who exemplify active acceptance, respect, and compassion for people with disabilities. Our 2021 recipients included Kyle Lininger, Director of Integrated Care & DD/IS Services for Intermountain Centers for Human Development, and Anne Levy, Executive Director of Deaf and Residential Services for the Community Outreach Program for the Deaf (COPD). Kyle Lininger helps ensure that persons with developmental disabilities are treated with respect and compassion through his work. Rose Lopez, CEO of Intermountain Centers, shared, “Kyle’s work has proven to be invaluable to families across the state who have a family member on the autism spectrum.” Anne Levy supports the deaf community in Southern Arizona through her work at COPD. Thomas Galey, Associate Director at COPD, shared, “During Anne’s time with COPD, approximately 10,000 people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind were impacted by her commitment to the betterment of their lives.” “Art is not something that humans do when they have nothing else to do. Art is an essential part of the human condition. It happens everywhere and in all circumstances.” – Spencer Block, Buffalo Exchange Arts Award Founder

Anne Levy, Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award


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Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award Created in 2016, CFSA’s Civic Leadership Award honors community members who have gone above and beyond to make Southern Arizona a more inclusive and welcoming place to live. The 2021 award recipient, Dr. Marla Franco, is the Assistant Vice Provost for Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Initiatives at the University of Arizona. Reflecting on her leadership over the past 20 years, Dr. Franco shared, “What an honor it has been to be embraced by the Southern Arizona community and work alongside so many to advance educational equity and inclusion.”

Buddy Amos Founders Award Created in 2015 in honor of Buddy Amos, a CFSA founder, this award honors inspirational founders of local nonprofits in Southern Arizona. Betty Stauffer, founder of Literacy Connects, was selected as the 2021 recipient of this award. Under Betty’s leadership, Literacy Connects grew in leaps and bounds over the past decade and planted deep roots in the community. Betty reflected, “The work I did was driven by my desire to bring literacy improvement opportunities to more adults and children in Pima County. I believe strong literacy skills open all sorts of opportunities for people that they would otherwise miss.”

Luis Rodriguez, Buffalo Exchange Arts Award

Buffalo Exchange Arts Award This award was established by Buffalo Exchange owner Kerstin Block and her late husband, Spencer Block, to encourage creativity, innovation, and excellence in the arts. This year’s award honored Yaqui Artist Luis Rodriguez – an artist, graphic designer, illustrator, screen printer, father, and co-owner of SHOP1519. In his art, Luis works to bring awareness to the ongoing struggles of the Yaqui and other Indigenous People and to represent past struggles that have been overcome. Dr. Marlo Franco, Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award

Betty Stauffer, Buddy Amos Founders Award

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Financial Highlights Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021)

Investment Performance (Endowment Pool as of June 30, 2021)

Community Foundation Assets in Millions (Assets as of June 30, 2021)

1-year 25.40% 3-year 9.80% 5-year 10.00%

$26,576,525

Community Foundation Fund Assets Supporting Organizations Assets

Gifts

$200 Balance Sheet (as of June 30, 2021)

$20.48

Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents $ 13,802,089 Investments 155,469,101 Unconditional Promises to Give, Net 73,062 Contributions Receivable 19,082,841 Property and Equipment, Net 5,868,436 Other Receivables and Other Assets 2,002,916 Total Assets $ 196,298,445 Liabilities Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses $ Grants and Distributions Payable Designated Obligations Due To Other Agencies Notes Payable Total Liabilities $

307,925 1,296,809 1,030,313 7,869,955 10,505,002

Net Assets Without Donor Restriction $ 92,443,806 With Donor Restriction 93,349,637 Total Net Assets $ 185,793,443 Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 196,298,445

$175 $175.82 $150

$125

$28.52

$26.63

$20.91

$123.75

Grants

$399,247

$20.52 $128.40 $128.00

$14,715,975

$134.45

Scholarships

Corporate scholarships $149,000 General scholarships $31,000 Criteria-specific scholarships $219,247

$100

$75

$12,200

$50

Awards

Buffalo Exchange Arts Award $10,000 Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award $700 Excellent Educator Recognition Award $1,000 Hiremath Student Integrity Prize $500

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Community Investments Fiscal Year 2021 (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021) Grants Distribution FY21

0.8% Projects

8.1% Field of Interest

2.6% Scholarships

4.3% Designated 7.0% Other

3.2% Unrestricted

Thanks to our donors and funding partners, CFSA is the largest grantmaker in Southern Arizona. With a primary focus on Pima and Santa Cruz counties, we cover a seven-county region that includes secondary grantmaking markets in Cochise, Yuma, Graham, Greenlee, and Pinal counties. Since 1980, CFSA has given over $215 million to the communities it serves. Today, we have more than $195 million in assets and over 500 funds. CFSA’s vision to create a vibrant and equitable community for all Southern Arizonans would not be possible without the generosity of our donors. Yuma County

28.4% Supporting Organizations

45.6% Donor Advised

Pima County

Pinal County

Santa Cruz County

Graham County

Greenlee County

Cochise County

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Clockwise from top left: Johanna Troller Barr, her brother Theodor Troller III, her sister Christina Troller Sternberg, and her Austrian cousin Dorothea Weissenberger.

Since 2002, the Troller Fund has provided generous funding to Southern Arizona nonprofits that support children and youth, education, literacy, basic needs, the environment, and more.

Building a Philanthropic Legacy The Troller Fund was established at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona by Dr. Theodor H. Troller, an aerospace engineer who was instrumental in developing the one-piece vaneaxial fan used in most commercial and military aircraft from 1946 to 1960.

In 1953, Dr. Troller moved his family to a ranch in Portal, Arizona. Although he continued to work as an engineering consultant, Dr. Troller actively embraced his life in the Southwest. He greatly appreciated the opportunities afforded to him by this country and gave back to numerous causes.

Dr. Troller was born in 1903 in Haida, Bohemia, now Novy Bor, in the Czech Republic. Following service in the Czech Army, he completed his engineering degree in Darmstadt, Germany, and then his Doctorate of Engineering in Aviation from Aachen, Germany Technical University. During that time, he studied under Dr. Theodor Von Karman, who brought him to the United States in 1931 to direct the Daniel Guggenheim Airship Institute in Akron, Ohio.

After his wife Margaret’s death in 1977, Dr. Troller moved to Tucson, where he continued to engage with the Southern Arizona community. Following Dr. Troller’s death in 2000, his daughter Johanna Troller Barr worked closely with the staff at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona to continue his philanthropic legacy through the Troller Fund.

During WWII, Dr. Troller worked with the U.S. Navy on jet-propelled missiles. He also served in the U.S. Army Special Services reviewing German technical literature, interviewing German researchers and scientists, and visiting research sites.

Between 2002 and 2021, the Troller Fund distributed over $4.7 million in charitable gifts and provided sustained funding to dozens of Southern Arizona nonprofits. From the restoration of the San Xavier del Bac Mission to basic needs like food and housing to critical resources for education and children, Mrs. Barr has created lasting impact and opportunities that will benefit our community for generations to come.

Dr. Theodor H. Troller held numerous patents including the one above for the Axial Flow Fan Structure he invented.


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Mrs. Barr’s dedication to fulfilling – and expanding – her father’s philanthropic vision has helped countless individuals in our community live a better, fuller life. Mrs. Barr shared, “I cannot thank the people at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona enough for their guidance and support. Over the last twenty years, every person I worked with has been fantastic. They have been a wonderful resource and helped me stay connected to the nonprofit community in Southern Arizona. I left Tucson in the 1970s to live in El Paso, TX, which made the Arizona community advice from CFSA absolutely essential.” “Johanna’s many years of generous support have contributed to the academic success of thousands of youth experiencing homelessness in Southern Arizona. We are so grateful for everything that she and the Troller Fund have done to help YOTO youth stay in school, graduate, and reach their dreams!” – Elizabeth Slater, CEO, Youth On Their Own

Patronato San Xavier “The Troller Fund’s generous gifts have allowed us to complete

several major projects. Across the last five years, these grants have been applied towards the ongoing conservation of the original interior artwork, the very “heart” of the Mission, and what makes San Xavier del Bac such a special place. We are very grateful to the Troller Fund for recognizing the importance of this heritage conservation project.” – Miles Green, Executive Director, Patronato San Xavier

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Tucson Village Farm “In 2017, Tucson Village Farm was awarded a gift from the Troller Fund that marked a critical turning point for our organization. For years we had held true to our vision and goal of teaching kids and families how to prepare simple, healthy meals from farm-fresh ingredients. We had navigated broken stoves and limited resources and had hand-washed thousands of dishes. We had turned people away because the shared kitchen space was not available to us, and we worried all the while because our equipment wasn’t certified. But on the eve of the 9th anniversary of our ground-breaking, our fortunes-and those of the many thousands of youth in our community changed, thanks to the Troller Fund. Their gift supported the purchase of all new commercial kitchen equipment and then some. The timing of the Troller Fund’s gift was such that we could leverage those funds to secure a substantial award from Angel Charity for Children to build a commercially certified teaching kitchen. The generosity of the Troller Fund allowed us to finally come full circle with our seed-to-table programming and teach thousands of kids each year how to prepare healthy meals for themselves and their families. It is a rare and beautiful thing when one person has the capacity to make a difference in the lives of so many and does. We are forever indebted to Johanna Barr and the Troller Fund. They will be in our hearts and our “farm”ily forever.” – Leza Carter, Founder, Tucson Village Farm


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In fiscal year 2021, CFSA launched several new partnerships to help our nonprofit partners serve their communities through the ongoing pandemic and beyond.

Partnerships for Good

Boys & Girls Club of Tucson, one of CFSA’s Catchafire members, provides young people in our community with a clear path to reach their full potential and pursue their dreams.

Catchafire As a part of CFSA’s long-term COVID-19 recovery strategy, we expanded our Catchafire programming in fiscal year 2021 to offer year-long memberships to 300 nonprofits in Southern Arizona, up from 100 the year prior. Between July 2020 and June 2021, our Catchafire grantees saved $2,587,505 by utilizing Catchafire volunteers. Catchafire is an online, volunteer-matching platform that matches nonprofits with professional, virtual volunteers to help complete the projects critical for a nonprofit organization’s success. Selected organizations received in-depth training, webinar support, and tech support throughout the process to maximize their impact.

To increase the reach of this effective program, CFSA partnered with other regional funders, including Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise, Arizona Community Foundation of Yuma, The David and Lura Lovell Foundation, Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona, Tucson Foundations, Vitalyst Health Foundation, and Thomas R. Brown Foundations. The scope of volunteer work is incredibly diverse, allowing nonprofit staff and leadership to focus on the most important aspects of their mission, while skilled volunteers support that mission through specific projects or guidance.

Scott Pralinsky, Executive Director of Echoing Hope Ranch, located in Hereford, AZ, shared of their Catchafire volunteer, “He gave me very specific steps to not only prioritize my work, but to make it realistic, get buy-in from other stakeholders, and track our progress.” Of the 300 Catchafire memberships granted in fiscal year 2021, one-third was provided to rural nonprofits that typically have less access to volunteers and consultants than a metrobased nonprofit. Since adding Catchafire to its programming in 2019, CFSA has helped 348 nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona save over $4.7 million through 23,942 volunteer hours.

Since 2019, 348 nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona have saved over

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TeamUp

CFSA is extremely thankful to the generous funding partners who allowed us to expand our Catchafire program and serve more Southern Arizona nonprofits.

To provide local nonprofits with additional access to expertise and support, CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits launched TeamUp in February 2021. The TeamUp program connects nonprofits with consulting professionals who serve nonprofit organizations in Southern Arizona. Nonprofits receive up to 20 hours of consulting or Border Youth Tennis Exchange is a cross-border youth development coaching that is fully organization that offers tennis and academic classes. underwritten. TeamUp was launched in partnership with the Connie Hillman Family Foundation, a leading philanthropic organization that invests in building nonprofit capacity. Thanks to their generosity, TeamUp projects are helping to create a more equitable and vibrant Southern Arizona Community. Charlie Cutler, Executive Director of Border Youth Tennis Exchange (BYTE), partnered with Clyde Kunz, a Tucson-based consultant. Kunz has served the nonprofit community for the past 30 years and specializes in nonprofit fund and board development. After experiencing rapid growth and program expansion, BYTE needed assistance managing new administrative and governance challenges, along with increased staffing and revenue. Cutler shared, “Clyde’s contribution was a welcome resource to help BYTE engage its board and begin to tackle the planning and capacity building needed to sustain its larger scope. Clyde designed and facilitated a board retreat, advised on updated board institutions, and helped me conceptualize how a larger network of program sites and cities could operate.”

More than 60 nonprofits benefited from the expertise of local consultants through TeamUp in 2021 at no cost to them, including Community Gardens of Tucson.

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Nonprofit Leadership & Management Certificate Program In 2020, we heard directly from local nonprofits that continued grant funding along with technical assistance were essential to help them recover from the impact of the pandemic. Launched in 2021, the Nonprofit Leadership & Management Certificate Program was specifically designed to meet that need. Developed in partnership with The University of Arizona’s Eller Executive Education, the program offers six custom learning modules to help nonprofit staff adapt and innovate now and into the future. In addition to the certificate program, participating nonprofits receive additional support through webinars jointly hosted and facilitated by CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits and Eller faculty. To date, over 220 nonprofit professionals in Southern Arizona have completed the coursework necessary to earn their Nonprofit Leadership & Management Certificate. The training and certificate program is provided free of charge to local nonprofit professionals, thanks to community donors at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. One participant from this program shared the impact of the coursework on their nonprofit work, stating, “This class provided the space to reevaluate the way I lead an organization and how I can be more effective. I look forward to my next board meeting so I can apply these skills and create a dynamic forum where everyone feels committed to a shared mission!” “Thank you for offering this life-changing experience to us so we can be better equipped for the future.” – Brie Seward, Autism Society of Southern Arizona

220+ certificates

awarded to nonprofit professionals in Southern Arizona Participants attending a virtual graduation ceremony for the Nonprofit Leadership and Management Certificate Program.


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Take Your Shot Campaign In May 2021, CFSA provided $33,000 in COVID-19 relief funding to Arizona Center for Empowerment to support an innovative grassroots campaign aimed at increasing COVID-19 vaccine education, registration, and distribution to vulnerable communities in Pima County. Additional funding partners for this campaign included Tucson Electric Power and United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. The Take YOUR Shot Campaign is a unique partnership that combines traditional media outreach with grassroots canvassing and phone banking to share COVID-19 vaccine information and encourage people to get vaccinated. Arizona Center for Empowerment worked with Pima Council on Aging and Pima County Health Department to mobilize door-to-door canvassing and phone banking to inform people about vaccines available in their neighborhoods and offer educational resources about COVID-19 and the vaccine. Anna Rojo Keene, Vaccine Campaign Manager for Arizona Center for Empowerment, shared, “Black, Brown, and Indigenous communities have disproportionately faced barriers in healthcare access throughout the pandemic and into the vaccination distribution. Our campaign will utilize our presence in the community to conduct outreach, provide logistical and technological support, canvassers, and volunteers to reach people at home and in the community to increase vaccine access and awareness.” In addition to the grassroots outreach provided by the Arizona Center for Empowerment, Pima Council on Aging launched a bilingual marketing campaign featuring television, radio, print, and social media advertisements to encourage older adults and those who care for them to get their COVID-19 vaccination.

5,000+ conversations via phone about vaccine options and appointment scheduling

7,600+ conversations at doors in areas with high social vulnerability index scores

“I believe everyone in the community should have equal access to getting vaccinated, and I am glad I was able to help some of the elderly make an appointment to get vaccinated at home.” – Take Your Shot Campaign Volunteer

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Grace Schmeiser’s philanthropic legacy will continue through a generous, endowed gift to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona to meet evolving community needs, now and forever.

A Legacy of Grace Grace E. Schmeiser was known for her elegance, infectious smile, and compassionate spirit. During her lifetime, Grace’s philanthropic giving increased access to healthcare technology and provided new economic opportunities through higher education.

also an avid bridge player and belonged to Desert Hills Country Club and Green Valley Country Club where she enjoyed many social gatherings with friends. After Alfred’s passing in 2005, Grace moved to La Posada in Green Valley.

Grace was born on July 7, 1924, in Indianapolis, Indiana, and received her Associate Degree in Library Science in 1944. While working as a librarian at Notre Dame University, she met Alfred Schmeiser, who she married in 1946. Al graduated in 1950 with a double major in chemical and mechanical engineering. His successful career culminated with General Tire Company, where he was vice president of the chemical division.

In addition to supporting the Community Foundation, Grace was a significant donor to Notre Dame University and the Salvation Army. She also funded the Al and Grace Schmeiser Angiography Suite at Carondelet St. Joseph’s Hospital and the Alfred and Grace Schmeiser Scholarship Endowment for La Posada employees.

The Schmeisers were blessed with two children, a son and daughter, who died in separate tragic events as young adults. Through organ donation, they helped countless others around the country. “They carried on and lived through other people,” Grace said. Upon retirement, Al and Grace followed their passion for golf and moved to Green Valley, Arizona. Grace was

Grace passed away peacefully at her home on December 9, 2020. Her generosity and commitment to helping those in need will continue in perpetuity through her gift to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. Over the course of her long life, Grace determined that her legacy would be best served by providing unrestricted, endowed support to enhance the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s ability to meet evolving community needs, now and forever.

Grace and Al Schmeiser’s philanthropic legacy will continue to support community needs in Southern Arizona through a generous, endowed gift to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona.


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“I wish for all of us, including myself, to develop our awareness of the possibilities for compassion and charity in our lives.” – Roberta Bracker

Remembering Roberta Roberta Bracker was an inspirational civic leader and a strong believer in giving back to her community. Volunteer work and philanthropy were an integral part of her life. For more than 60 years, she raised money and volunteered for countless nonprofit organizations throughout Santa Cruz County, Arizona, and generously supported the causes near and dear to her heart. Roberta was an inspirational, creative, and perceptive woman who brimmed with enthusiasm. Her childhood nickname ‘Birdie’ captures her free, open spirit. Roberta’s curiosity and passion were evident in her life’s work – seeking knowledge and practicing conventional and integrative approaches to wellness. At her sister Esther’s wedding to Richard Capin, she met her future husband, Robert ‘Bobby’ Bracker. Together, they raised four children in Nogales – Nellie, Michael, Steven, and Bruce. Although Roberta was predeceased at mid-life by her husband Bobby, she was fortunate to find the loving companionship of her partner William Monaghan with whom she was inseparable for 26 years.

Throughout her 63 adult years in Nogales, Roberta was instrumental in developing progressive community infrastructure. She spearheaded the construction of the Hilltop Gallery, inspired the formation of The Family Guidance Center, promoted the musical programs of Young Audiences, and was critical to the formation of the Nogales Public Library. Roberta was a founding crusader of The Santa Cruz Training Programs, Inc. for children and adults with developmental disabilities. She also supported the creation of Circles of Peace, a local nonprofit committed to developing communication skills to end the cycle of violence in families with abusive patterns. Roberta was also actively engaged in the creation and evolution of the Santa Cruz Community Foundation, a permanent charitable resource founded in 2001 to strengthen the Santa Cruz community. Thanks to the support of generous individuals like Roberta, the Foundation has been working to make Santa Cruz County a better place to live and work by providing scholarships to students, grants to local nonprofits, and training to increase the capacity of local organizations.

CFSA is proud to honor the legacy of Roberta Bracker, a true Civic Leader who devoted her life to family and community. Photo by Will Monaghan.

Roberta succumbed to a spirited battle with Parkinson’s disease and passed away peacefully on June 3, 2021, just one day shy of her 83rd birthday. She left behind a remarkable legacy of generosity, kindness, and civic leadership. In recognition of Roberta’s significant contributions to the community of Nogales and Santa Cruz County, the Santa Cruz Community Foundation renamed its annual leadership award in her honor. The Roberta Bracker Memorial Civic Leadership Award will be presented annually to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional civic leadership and commitment to making Santa Cruz County a better place to live.


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Civic Leadership Campaign (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021) In CFSA’s role as convener, facilitator, collaborator, and educator, our leadership activities address critical 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 Allen/Levin Charitable Fund Joel and Lidia Allen Steve Alley John and Laura Almquist Colette A. Barajas BB2 Donor Advised Fund The Benevity Community Impact Fund Murryelle and Frank E. Bothwell Missy and Tom Bowden John Burgess Jose Camarena. Jr. Fred and Martha Chaffee Harry Schloff and Edward Crozier David J. Mungo Family Giving Fund David and Norma Lewis Foundation Nancy M. Davis Frank E. Grundstrom & Cynthia D. Dickstein Stephen M. Reitz and Elizabeth Evans Fennemore Craig, P.C. James and Louise Glasser Cindy Godwin

H2 Donor Advised Fund Curtis J. and Janice E. Maahs Hagen Matthew and Serene Harrison J. Peter Hershberger Collier M. and Wyllstyne D. Hill Howard V. Moore Foundation Chelsey Johnson The Julian M. Babad Trust Karen Strand Donor Advised Fund Kathryn Krueger Crofoot DAF Cat Kiesel Marian and Gregory Lalonde Kelly Huber and Michael LeBlanc Jan Lesher Mary Louise Luna Xavier Manrique Ron and Anne Marx Gilbert and Karen Matsushino David Matuszeski Kevin and Cathy McCann Heidi McCoy Tamara and Brad McKinney The Foundation Fund Enedina and Jason Miller

The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund Mark and Stacey Montoya Neal Charitable Fund Daniel H. O’Connell Timothy A. Olcott Joe Coniff and Sandra S. Powell Jennifer Prill Jeaiza Quiñones Ivory The Reading RR Fund REM Investment Management, LLC Susan Richmond Thomas Robertson III and Cynthia Robertson Roediger Hoff, PLC

RW/JM Charitable Trust Satterberg Foundation Ana Perez-Arrieta and David Sbarra Georgia Schwartz Barbara D. Smith Shari Stapleton-Smith Stofft Veterinary Services Karen Strand Stephen and Cathey Strange T. Rowe Price Charitable TenThirtyOne Fund The Backcountry Fund Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation

Dr. Hugh C. and Mrs. Allyn H. Thompson III Thorson Family Charitable Fund Troller Fund Tucson Mather Plaza, LLC UBS Financial Services Inc. Allison Vaillancourt Paula Van Ness Ventana Charitable Fund Wernette Charitable Fund Michael Wiley Dr. Harold Willingham Craig H. and Patricia M. Wisnom Zia Enterprises, Inc.


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Legacy Society CFSA’s 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.

Ann Shepherd Nursing Scholarship Fund 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 Bateman Promise Award Nada I. Beck John E. Beckett William and Teresa Bendt Edward B. Berger and Christina McComb-Berger Beulah Mae Bledsoe and Edward H. Biedes Bill Haller and John Jackson Legacy Fund Bob and Deanna Morken Legacy Scholarship Fund 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 Captain Keenie- Givin’ It All Away Fund 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 Roger D. and June M. Easton Claire M. Edgar

Edward B. Eneboe Cathy and Terri Earnest Jane Ferguson Frank J. Stangel and Marjorie M. Ford Charitable Fund 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 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 James W. and Charlotte Mullis Legacy Fund 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 David and Norma Lewis Jack G. Linden Carlton and Letticia Littell Louis G. Petti and Cynthia S. Petti Legacy Fund 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 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 Myron Morris Sylvia Mulka


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Funds of the Foundation

Continued

Roger Murphy Ann Weaver Nichols and Andy Nichols Roger Funk and Doug Noffsinger Claire B. Norton Viola Steinfeld O’Neil Martha G. and Augusto Ortiz Fred R. and Gail Pace Mark Youran and Mary Kay Pace Parrish Family Herbert and Eugenia Pell Andre and Julia Pernet Fred Petersen Maxine A. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettis Lesli and Oscar Pintor Marguerite Poole Kathryn H. Pooler Sandra S. Powell Lawrence M. Quilici Randall and Marcia Racine Caroline Ragano William G. and Kathleen Rector-Wyckoff Rick and Holly Sack Legacy Fund Barbara J. Riser

Roberta Lynn Pivirotto Legacy Fund William and Priscilla Robinson Tolbert Rod and Vel Tizzard Bruce Cameron and Mark Rosenbaum Mark Rubin Nadine H. Rund 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 Noel D. Matkin and Jim Sincox 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 Melody S. Robidoux and Michael Thompson The Toad Fund Virjinya Torrez Maria Urquides Mayola B. Vail Clyde J. Vallery

Beth Vance Sherri L. and Kenneth Wayne Vis 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

100 Club of Southern Arizona Samuel Winchester Morey Scholarship Fund 2Propel Fund The A.V. and Margaret Grossetta Endowment Fund ABBA’s Storehouse Fund ABBA’s Storehouse Scholarship Fund Administrative Endowment Fund African American Legacy Fund African American Legacy Project Fund African American Opportunity Scholarship Al and Grace Schmeiser Foundation 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 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


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The BA Fund Bank of Tucson Endowment Barbara and Buddy Amos First Family Fund The Barbara J. Hunter Fund Barbara Soehnlen Fund Barrio Brewing Foundation Fund BB2 Donor Advised Fund BD2 Donor Advised Fund Beaham Youth Fund Benjamin Bon Bustamante Memorial Fund Bentley Family 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 Carol J. Lyons Family Fund Catherine Marie Mortensen Scholarship Fund Cecila Coon Botting Memorial Fund Cecilia F. and Thomas H. Peterson First Family Fund Charles and Lois Stuart Fund

Charles E. and Louise T. Davis Family 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 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 Cynthia S. Petti 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 Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Fund Don and Dee Johnson Charitable Fund Don and Doris Wenig Charitable Fund Donelson Family Fund- Trust 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

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Endowment for the Arts of Tucson Fund Environmental Sustainability 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 CF Campus Endowment Fund Floyd Community Foundation Campus Endowment Fund The Floyd Fund Foundation for Creative Broadcasting Fund


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Funds of the Foundation Continued

Fox-McCarthy Arizona Fund Frances Holt Family Endowment Fund Frank and Jessica Lazarus Fund Frank Ledahawsky 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

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 H. Eugene and Ruth Jones Charitable Fund 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 HsiaoHui Chow Fund Humanitarian Aid Foundation Igor Gorin Memorial Fund Inouye Family Fund Interfaith Community Services Endowment Fund Irving Kern Scholarship Fund Isabel and Walter Fathauer First Family Fund Isidor Hausman Scholarship 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 Julian M. Babad Legacy Endowment Julian M. Babad Music Fund Jurist Charitable Fund Kathleen Rector First Family Fund Kathryn A. Pabst Memorial Fund


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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 Kleinhans Family 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 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 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 Maggie Craig Chrisman Fund Mansell Fund Marana High Alumni Scholarship Marcia Grand Endowment Fund Margaret and Harold Ingram Scholarship Fund Margaret J. Modine Fund for Children Margaret T. Morris Children’s Fund Marge Christensen Gould Memorial Scholarship 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 II The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund 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 Nogales International: Voces Calladas 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 Parrish Family Fund Patricia Ann Hanson Fund The Patricia J. Acton Fund

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Patrick W. O’Hair Charitable 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


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Funds of the Foundation Continued

Real Need Fund Renaye and Stanley Lehman Fund Reuling Family Native American Programs Fund Reverend Margaret M. Treadway Sloan Endowed Fund 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 Roger and Mary Baxter Scholarship Fund Rosa Parks Scholarship Endowment Fund The Rose Fund Rotary Club of Tucson Fund Roy A. Johnson Organ Scholarship Fund Ruth Hannley Family Fund Ryan McCray Memorial Scholarship Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship

Endowment Fund Sandra Weber Memorial Scholarship Fund Sankofa 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 SculptureTucson Fund 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 Charitable Fund The Sidney Hopkins and Mayola B. Vail Family Fund Simpson Family Fund Skyline Country Club Scholarship 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 Stephen Jarrett Fund The Stocker Foundation Fund

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Event Fund Stone Canyon Community Foundation Fund Stone Canyon Community Legacy Fund Sue Ann Reynolds Tucson 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 The Promontory Fund The Reading RR 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 Masterworks Chorale Endowment 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 Viva La Vida Local 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


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CFSA Administrative Endowment Competitive Grant Recipients Contributing Funds

Watershed Management Group Fund We Are One / Somos Uno Resiliency CARES Act Fund We Are One / Somos Uno Resiliency Fund Weber Family 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 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

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

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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 Barbea Williams Performing Company Books for Classrooms Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson Educational Enrichment Foundation I Am You 360 LPKNC Sustainable Tucson Tucson Educational Empowerment for Minorities

Catchafire Act One Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona Ajo Ambulance, Inc. Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture Altar Valley Conservation Alliance Alzheimer’s Association Desert Southwest Chapter Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation American Red Cross Southern Arizona Chapter Amerind Foundation

Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Angel Charity for Children, Inc. Appleton-Whittell Research Ranch of the National Audubon Society Araviapa Watershed Conservation Alliance The Arc of Arizona Arivaca Helping Hearts The Arizona Bowl Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence Arizona Community Foundation – Cochise Arizona Community Foundation – Yuma Arizona Grantmakers Forum Arizona Heartfelt Hounds Arizona Justice for Our Neighbors Arizona Land and Water Trust Arizona Oncology Foundation Arizona State University Office of Community Health, Engagement and Resiliency Arizona Theatre Company Arizona Town Hall Arizona Trail Association Arizona Youth Partnership

ARTabilityAZ Arts for All, Inc. Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Autism Society of Southern Arizona Aviva Children’s Services Bag It Ballet Folklórico Xóchitl de Tucson Ballet Yuma Barbea Williams Performing Company, Inc. Beacon Group, Inc. Beads of Courage Ben’s Bells Beyond Foundation Big Brothers Big Sisters Southern AZ Bisbee Alternative Therapies Clinic Books for Classrooms Boom Talk Media Border Community Alliance Borderlands Theater Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County


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Competitive Grant Recipients Continued

Boys & Girls Club of Sierra Vista Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson Boys to Men Tucson Campesinos Sin Fronteras Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern Arizona Capoeira Institute Southwest Casa de la Luz Foundation Catalina Council, Boy Scouts of America The Center for Neurosciences Foundation Central School Project The Centurions CF Campus CFSA Initiatives Champions for Youth Foundation Child Health and Resilience Mastery, Inc. Children’s Clinic Children’s Museum of Yuma Children’s Museum Tucson | Oro Valley Christian House Fellowship Cody’s Friends Community Extension Program

Community Gardens of Tucson CommunityShare Compass Affordable Housing, Inc. Constructing Circles of Peace Coyote TaskForce Culture of Peace Alliance Desert Sage School Desert Survivors Inc Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona Divinely Inspired Ministry International Douglas Arts and Humanities Association The Drawing Studio The Dunbar Coalition Easterseals Blake Foundation Echoing Hope Ranch Educational Enrichment Foundation Eller Executive Education Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse Erik Hite Foundation Esperanza Dance Project Exodus Community Services Inc. Family Health Care Amigos

Family Housing Resources, Inc. Fountain Youth Ministries Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation Friends of Aphasia Friends of Pima Animal Care Center Friends of the Arts/Casa Grande Art Museum Friends of the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library Friends of the Santa Cruz River Friends of the Tubac Presidio and Museum Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace Girl Scouts of Yuma Girls Scouts of Southern Arizona Global Learning Foundation Good Neighbor Alliance Graham County Substance Abuse Coalition Greater Southern Arizona Area Chapter – AZ Buffalo Soldiers Greater Tucson Leadership Green Valley/Sahuarita Volunteer Clearinghouse Groundworks Tucson

Growth Partners Arizona Habitat for Humanity Tucson Handi-Dogs The Haven Haven Totes, Inc. HCW Hosted The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter and Sanctuary Higher Ground a Resource Center Homicide Survivors Inc. Hope of Glory Center, Inc. HOPE, Inc. Huachuca City Community Garden, Inc. Humane Society of Southern Arizona Humanity360 Hummingbird Monitoring Network / Hummingbird Conservation Networks I Am You 360 Imago Dei Middle School IMPACT of Southern Arizona Integrative Touch for Kids Interfaith Community Services International Dark-Sky Association International Rescue Committee

Invisible Theatre Iskashitaa Refugee Network Izi Azi Foundation (Felicia’s Farm) The Jaguar PTA Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona JobPath, Inc. Junior Achievement of Arizona Junior League Tucson Kino School Kore Press KXCI La Frontera Lead Guitar LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Literacy Connects Live Theatre Workshop Living Streets Alliance Local First Arizona Foundation The Loft Cinema Los Descendientes del Presidio de Tucson LPKNC Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Make Way for Books Malpai Borderlands Group

Mat Bevel Company Metropolitan Education Commission MicroCare Community Development Solutions Midwest Food Bank NFP Mini Miracles, Inc. Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona More Than A Bed Mount Graham Safe House Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson NAMI Southeastern Arizona National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona Native American Advancement Foundation No Kill Pima County No More Deaths/ No Más Muertes Nogales Community Development Nogales Fire Dept Old Pueblo Community Services Open Doors Community School Our Family Services


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Our Neighbors Farm and Pantry Owl & Panther Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance Parkinson’s Support Group of Green Valley Pascua Yaqui Tribe Charitable Organization Patagonia Creative Arts Patagonia Regional Times Patronato San Xavier Peach’s Pantry, Inc. Pima Council on Aging Pinal County Historical Society Pio Decimo Center, an agency of Catholic Community Services Potential of Ability, Incorporated Premier Alliances, Inc. Quest for Education and Arts Rebuilding Together Santa Cruz County Reid Park Zoo/Reid Park Zoological Society Rescue Me Tucson, Inc. Rialto Theatre

The Rogue Theatre SAAVI Services for the Blind Sadies Animal Rescue and Sanctuary Safos Dance Theatre Santa Cruz Council On Aging Santa Cruz Valley Art Association/Tubac Center for the Arts Santa Cruz Valley Heritage Alliance, Inc. The Santa Fe Ranch SARDASA SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science & Engineering Foundation Scholarships A-Z The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre SculptureTucson Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc. Sierra Vista Symphony Association Smiles for Veterans Program (Ayuda Smiles) Sol Dog Lodge and Training Center and Hearts at Ease Sonoran Glass School Sonoran Institute Sons of Orpheus

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports Southern Arizona Association for the Education of Young Children Southern Arizona Children’s Advocacy Center Southern Arizona Gender Alliance Southern Arizona Network for Down Syndrome Southern Arizona Performing Arts Company Southern Arizona Senior Pride Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra Association Southern Arizona Volunteer Management Association Southside Presbyterian Church Southside Worker Center Southwest Folklife Alliance Spartans FC Soccer Club Academy St. Luke’s Home St. Mark’s Preschool and Kindergarten The State of Black Arizona Steady Strides Riding Center Step Up to Justice

STEP: Student Expedition Program Sun Sounds of Arizona Tucson Affiliate Sunnyside Foundation Sunrise Neighborhood Assistance Program SVP Tucson Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc. Thomas R. Brown Foundation Time in Cosmology TMM Family Services, Inc ToothBudds, Inc. True Concord Voices & Orchestra Tubac Community Center Foundation Tucson 2030 District Tucson Alliance for the Performing Arts Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus Tucson Audubon Tucson Cactus and Succulent Society Tucson Clean and Beautiful

Tucson Educational Empowerment for Minorities Tucson Girls Chorus Tucson Handweavers and Spinners Guild Tucson Indian Center Tucson Interfaith HIV AIDS Network Inc aka TIHAN Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association Tucson Medical Center Foundation Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block Tucson Musicians Museum Tucson Pops Orchestra Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation Tucson Symphony Orchestra Tucson Youth Music Center United Way of Santa Cruz County United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona United Way of Yuma County University of Arizona Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers University of Arizona Community and School Garden Program (CSGP)

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University of Arizona Foundation-University of Arizona Sky School University of Arizona Foundation-Cooper Center for Environmental Learning University of Arizona Foundation -Sarver Heart Minority Outreach Program University of Arizona Foundation-Tucson Regional Educator Collaborative (TREC) Vail Youth Symphony Valley Assistance Services Valley Humane Society Valley of the Moon Vitalyst Health Foundation Walter and Juliet Absolon Foundation We Care Tucson We Miscarried Whisper’s Sanctuary Wilcox Against Substance Abuse Willcox Theater and Arts, Inc. Winchester Heights Health Organization Winding Road Theatre Ensemble Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona


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Competitive Grant Recipients Continued

Youth On Their Own Yuma Area Nonprofit Institute Yuma Area Tax Credit Coalition Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area Yume Japanese Gardens of Tucson YWCA Southern Arizona Zuzi Dance

CORE Grants 3rd Decade Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona Amerind Foundation, Inc. Arivaca Human Resource Group Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors Arts Express Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Borderlands Restoration Network Boys & Girls Club of Sun Corridor Boys To Men Tucson, Inc. Campesinos sin Fronteras Cochise Family Advocacy Center aka Lori’s Place

Construyendo Circulos de Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace Felicia’s Farm Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc. (KXCI) Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church Greater Vail Community ReSources Growth Partners Arizona Imago Dei Middle School IMPACT of Southern Arizona Live Theatre Workshop Living Streets Alliance Make Way for Books Native American Advancement Foundation Our Neighbors Farm and Pantry Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center Ronald McDonald House Sahuarita Food Bank & Community Resource Center SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science, & Engineering Foundation

Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers of Green Valley District, Inc. Sky Island Alliance Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports Southside Workers Center Step Up to Justice The Child and Language Center, Inc. The Dunbar Coalition Inc. The International Sonoran Desert Alliance Tucson Girls Chorus The University of Arizona’s Community and School Garden Program Volunteer Interfaith Caregiver Program Watershed Management Group

COVID-19 Community Support Fund ALS Association Arizona Chapter Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Arivaca Action Center Incorporated Arivaca Helping Hearts Arizona Center for Empowerment

Arizona State University Foundation Associated Charities of Nogales, Inc. Autism Society of Southern Arizona Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Bright Star Community Development Corporation Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. City of Tucson Housing & Community Development Community Gardens of Tucson Community Investment Corporation Compass Affordable Housing, Inc. DIRECT Center for Independence, Inc. Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc. Greater Tucson Fire Foundation Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc. I Am You 360 Kino Learning Center, Inc. Lend A Hand Senior Assistance, Inc.

Literacy Connects Marana Health Center, Inc. Mariposa Community Health Center National Center for Youth Law Nogales Community Development Corporation Pinal Hispanic Council PPEP Microbusiness and Housing Development Corporation Sahuarita Food Bank Salvation Army – Tucson The Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc. Santa Cruz Training Program, Inc. Scholarships A-Z Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports Southside Presbyterian Church St. Andrew’s Preschool and Kindergarten St. Mark’s Preschool and Kindergarten St. Vincent De Paul - Our Lady of Fatima Conference St. Vincent de Paul Our Mother of Sorrows Conference

Step Up to Justice Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Support Education and Employment for Vets Tanque Verde Extended Care Program Technical Assistance Partnership of Arizona Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids Tucson Botanical Gardens Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc. Tucson Medical Center Foundation Tucson Values Teachers UA Foundation - College of Architecture and Landscape UA Foundation - College of Medicine UA Foundation - Sarver Heart Center UA Foundation - UA College of Education United Way of Santa Cruz County Arizona, Inc. United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc. The Village Community Ministries


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We Care Tucson YMCA of Southern Arizona YWCA of Southern Arizona

COVID-19 Event Relief Fund American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter Amistad y Salud Angel Heart Pajama Project Arizona Historical Society Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Border Community Alliance El Grupo Youth Cycling Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc. (KXCI) Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation Humane Society of Southern Arizona Invisible Theatre Local First Arizona Foundation The Loft Cinema, Inc. Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson Pimeria Alta Historical Society Santa Cruz Humane Society, Inc.

Santa Cruz Valley Art Association, Inc. SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation The Scoundrel and Scamp Theatre Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports Southern Arizona Association for the Education of Young Children St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus Tucson Girls Chorus Tucson Jewish Community Center, Inc. Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation UA Foundation - UA College of Education Warehouse Arts Management Organization, Inc.

Endowment for the Arts Fund Bi-National Arts Institute Border Arts Corridor

Hellene Henrikson Legacy Fund Angel Heart Pajama Project Arivaca Coordinating Council-Human Resource Group, Inc Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Greater Vail Community ReSources Interfaith Community Services More Than A Bed Sahuarita Food Bank

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) El Rio Health Center Foundation Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson Old Pueblo Community Services Our Family Services Pima Council on Aging

Reveille Men’s Chorus Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc. Southern Arizona Senior Pride UA Foundation - Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic

Phil and Carol Lyons Family Fund Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships Horses Heroes and Hope Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona, Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Interfaith Community Services Interfund Grant Transfer JobPath, Inc Literacy Connects Nation’s Finest Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Northland Family Help Center Quilts of Valor Foundation

San Miguel High School SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Scholarships A-Z Sr. Jose Women’s Center St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc.

Shaaron Kent Endowment-End of Life

Santa Cruz Community Foundation

Shaaron Kent Endowment-Literacy

Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace East Santa Cruz County Community Food Bank, Inc. Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. Literacy Connects 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.

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United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc. Tu Nidito Children and Family Services Step Up to Justice

Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona Imago Dei Middle School Make Way for Books The Child Language Center

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.


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Santuario Hogar Guadalupano, A.C. Unidos Somos Familia, A.C.

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

South32 Hermosa Community Fund 0S3 Movement Arizona Trail Association Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Champions for Youth Foundation Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace East Santa Cruz County Community Food Bank Family Health Care Amigos Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Los Charros Foundation, Inc. Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest National Audubon SocietyAppleton/Whittell Research Ranch

Patagonia Community Garden Patagonia Community Radio Patagonia Creative Arts Association Patagonia Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc. Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club Rebuilding Together-Santa Cruz County, Inc. Rich River Athletics Club Santa Cruz Council on Aging Santa Cruz Valley Art Association, Inc. Senior Citizens of Patagonia Sky Islands Tourism Association Society for Bevel Intentions St. Andrew’s Preschool and Child Care Center United Way of Santa Cruz County Arizona, Inc.

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Aviva Children’s Services Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

Casa de los Niños, Inc. Earn to Learn El Grupo Youth Cycling Higher Ground A Resource Center Imago Dei Middle School Interfaith Community Services Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. Literacy Connects Make Way for Books Our Family Services, Inc. San Miguel High School SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired STEP: Student Expedition Program Tucson Children’s Museum, Inc. Youth On Their Own

We Are One | Somos Uno Resiliency CARES Act Fund American Heart Association, Inc. Amistad y Salud

Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors Arizona’s Children Association Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Ben’s Bells, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Borderlinks Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Casa de los Niños, Inc. Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. Tucson Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services Community Bridges, Inc. Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona Courtney’s Courage, Inc. Coyote TaskForce Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health AZ Dunbar Coalition, Inc.

Educational Enrichment Foundation Erik Hite Foundation, Inc. Exodus Community Services Inc. Family Housing Resources, Inc. Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc. Friends of Aphasia Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Inc. Handmaker Foundation The Haven, Inc. Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc. Herencia Guadalupana Higher Ground A Resource Center Homicide Survivors, Inc. Imago Dei Middle School Interfaith Community Services Intermountain Centers for Human Development International Rescue Committee, Inc.

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. JobPath, Inc. Literacy Connects Living Streets Alliance Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Metropolitan Education Commission Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona More Than A Bed Old Pueblo Community Services Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. Planned Parenthood of Arizona, Inc. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona San Miguel High School SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation Sonoran Prevention Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Spreading Threads Clothing Bank St. John the Evangelist Catholic School


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Donor Advised Grant Recipients (July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021)

St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. St. Mark’s Preschool and Kindergarten Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc. Tucson Jewish Community Center, Inc. Tucson Medical Center Foundation Tucson Refugee Ministry Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson-No More Deaths W.B. Collins Early Learning Project 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

0S3 Movement 3rd Decade, Inc. ACLU Foundation of Arizona Alabama Arise Alisa’s Angels Foundation Alliant Educational Foundation Altar Valley Conservation Alliance 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 Heart Association, Inc. American Legion American Red Cross of Greater Phoenix American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter Amerind Foundation, Inc. Amigos de Educación de Alamos Amistad y Salud Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc. Angel Charity for Children, Inc.

Animal League of Green Valley Animal Legal Defense Fund Animal Loving Friends Inc. Arizona Baptist Children’s Services Arizona Burn Foundation Arizona Community Foundation Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund, Inc. Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation Arizona Historical Society Arizona Humane Society Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors Arizona Opera Company Arizona Repertory Singers Arizona Theatre Company Arizona Trail Association Arizona’s Children Association Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Inc. Assistance League of Tucson, Inc. Aviva Children’s Services The Bail Project Ballet Arizona Ballet Arts Foundation Banner Health Foundation Barbea Williams Performing Company, Inc.

Barrow Neurological Foundation Be Kind People Project Foundation Be The Match Foundation Beacon Group SW, Inc. Beads of Courage Inc Bellevue Botanical Garden Society Beloit College Ben’s Bells, Inc. Best Friends Animal Society Bethany Christian Services Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona Books for Classrooms Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS) Borderlands Restoration Network Borderlinks Boys & Girls Club of Santa Cruz County, Inc. Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson Boys to Men Tucson, Inc. Braille Institute of America, Inc. The CALL Campesinos Sin Fronteras Campus Crusade for Christ Inc. CARE

Casa de la Luz Foundation Casa de los Niños, Inc. Casa Maria Catholic Worker Casady School Cascade Public Media Catalina Lutheran Church Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Tucson Center for Action and Contemplation, Inc. Center for Biological Diversity, Inc. The Center for Women’s History and Leadership Champions for Youth Foundation Charity Navigator Chatham Chorale, Inc. The Chicago High School for the Arts Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., Tucson Child and Family Resources, Inc. Children’s Action Alliance Phoenix Office Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services Children’s Medical Center Foundation Claws and Paws Rescue, Inc.


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Donor Advised Grant Recipients Continued

Cochise County Library District Cody’s Friends, Inc. The Commons: Center for Food Security and Sustainability Community Bridges, Inc. Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona Community Food Connection Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Community Gardens of Tucson Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona Community Partners Concussion Legacy Foundation Congregation Agudas Achim Connecticut Community Foundation, Inc. Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace Converge Copper Town Association Cornerstone Services Corpus Christi Parish Courtney’s Courage, Inc. Coyote TaskForce Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Arizona Chapter

Dancing in the Streets Arizona Defenders of Wildlife Desert Cat Rescue & Sanctuary of Arizona Desert Christian Schools, Inc. Desert Survivors, Inc. Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health AZ Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona DIRECT Center for Independence, Inc. Disabled American Veterans Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships Doctors Without Borders USA, Inc. Douglas Area Food Bank, Inc. Douglas Arts and Humanities, Inc. Dunbar Coalition, Inc. Earn to Learn Earthjustice East Santa Cruz County Community Food Bank, Inc. Easterseals Blake Foundation Eastside Audubon Society Educational Enrichment Foundation El Grupo Youth Cycling El Rio Health Center Foundation, Inc.

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary Equinimity, Inc. Erik Hite Foundation, Inc. Exodus Community Services Inc. Expect More Arizona Family Health Care Amigos Family Housing Resources, Inc. Feeding America Finally My Forever Home Rescue First Congregational Church of Madison Foundation, Inc. Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc. Flowing Wells Educational Foundation Flowing Wells Extension Programs, Inc. Food Bank of Northern Nevada Food Bank of Tombstone, Inc Foothills Animal Rescue, Inc Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc. Fourth Avenue Foundation Inc Friends In Deed Foundation, Inc.

Friends of Aphasia Friends of Bisbee Animal Shelter Friends of Pima Animal Care Center Friends of Public Radio Arizona Friends of Sabino Canyon, Inc. Friends of Saguaro National Park, Inc. Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace Gabriel’s Angels Gallaudet University Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Gift of Adoption Fund, Inc. Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona Give2Asia Go Near Ministry Gospel Rescue Mission, Inc. Grace-St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. The Gregory School Growth Partners Arizona Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Inc. HALO Animal Rescue Handi-Dogs, Inc. Handmaker Foundation

Hands of a Friend MANOS Amigas, Inc. Hansen Foundation for Education The Haven, Inc. Heard Museum Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc. Herencia Guadalupana The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter Higher Ground A Resource Center Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life Holy Redeemer Catholic Church Homicide Survivors, Inc. Hope Animal Shelter, Inc. Horses Heroes and Hope House With a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona, Inc. Humane Society of Southern Arizona I Am You 360 Imago Dei Middle School Institute of the Black World 21St Century Inc Integrative Touch for Kids

Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, Inc. Interfaith Community Services Intermountain Centers for Human Development International Fund for Animal Welfare, Inc. International Rescue Committee, Inc. International School for Peace International Sonoran Desert Alliance Izi Azi Foundation Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, Inc. Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona Jewish History Museum JobPath, Inc. Joslin Diabetes Center, Inc. Judicial Watch, Inc. Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc. Junior League of Tucson The Junior State of America Foundation Key Chorale, Inc. Kino Border Initiative Kitchen on the Street, Inc.


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Laramie County Community College Foundation Law College Association of the University of Arizona Legal Voice Liberty Partnership Community Council Lifeline Oro Valley Animal Rescue Literacy Connects Live Theatre Workshop Living Streets Alliance Loft Cinema, Inc. Lookout Mountain Parent Teacher Organization Los Charros Foundation, Inc. The LPGA Foundation Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Make Way for Books Malpai Borderlands Group, Inc. Marcus J Borg Foundation Inc Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mayo Clinic MECP2 Duplication Foundation Medical Students for Choice Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Metropolitan Education Commission

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research Minority Bar Association of Southern Arizona Miracle Square, Inc. Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona Moon & Stars Animal Rescue More Than A Bed Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson Museum of Northern Arizona NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. NAMI of Southern Arizona NAMI Valley of the Sun Natick Performing Arts Center, Inc. National Audubon Society, Inc. National Audubon SocietyAppleton/Whittell Research Ranch National Network of Abortion Funds National Parks Conservation Association National Wildlife Federation Nation’s Finest

Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc. Native Seeds/SEARCH Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. Nest, Inc. No Kid Hungry by Share Our Strength No Kill Pima County Northland Family Help Center Not My Kid, Inc. Ohio Wesleyan University Old Pueblo Community Services Oregon Jewish Community Foundation Our Family Services, Inc. Overlake Medical Center Foundation Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc. Patagonia Area Resource Alliance Patagonia Community Garden Patagonia Community Radio, Inc. Patagonia Creative Arts Association Patagonia Regional Times Patagonia Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Inc.

Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club Pathways Home Animal Rescue Patriot Paws Service Dogs Patronato San Xavier Patrons of the Arts, Inc. Paws Patrol, Inc. PAWSitively Cats Peace Development Fund, Inc. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Phoenix Childrens Hospital Phoenix Rescue Mission Pi Beta Phi Foundation Picor Charitable Foundation Pima Animal Care Center Pima Community College Foundation, Inc. Pima Council on Aging, Inc. Pima Paws for Life Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. Planned Parenthood of Arizona, Inc. Prescott College, Inc. The Primavera Foundation, Inc. Puppies Behind Bars, Inc. Quilts of Valor Foundation Rainbow Defense Fund, Inc.

Rebuilding Together-Santa Cruz County, Inc. Red Cloud Indian School Reid Park Zoological Society, Inc. Rich River Athletics Club Rogue Theatre Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona Roscommon County Community Foundation Rotary Club of Tucson Foundation S.O.S Cat Rescue Sabino Road Baptist Church Sahuarita Food Bank The Salvation Army - Green Valley Service Center The Salvation Army - Tucson San Miguel High School Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc. Santa Cruz Humane Society, Inc. Santa Cruz Valley Art Association, Inc. Santa Rita Abbey, Inc. SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science, & Engineering Foundation

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Save the Children Federation, Inc. Saving at Risk Animals Scholarships A-Z School Choice Arizona, Inc. SculptureTucson Second Harvest Heartland Seeing Eye, Inc. Senior Citizen One Stop Information Center Senior Citizens of Patagonia, Inc. Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers of the Green Valley District, Inc. Shriners Hospitals for Children Shriners Hospitals for Children Employee Disaster Relief Fund SIM USA Incorporated Sky Island Alliance Sky Islands Tourism Association Smile Train, Inc.


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Donor Advised Grant Recipients Continued

Society for Bevel Intentions, Inc. Society of St. Sulpice Society of St. Vincent de Paul - Our Mother of Sorrows Conference Sonoran Prevention Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired Southern Arizona Cat Rescue Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc. Southside Presbyterian Church Southwest Folklife Alliance, Inc. Spay and Neuter Solutions Spreading Threads Clothing Bank Springfield College Sr. Jose Women’s Center St Michael & All Angel Episcopal St. Andrew’s Crippled Children’s Clinic, Inc. St. Andrew’s Preschool and Child Care Center St. John the Evangelist Catholic School St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc. St. Mark’s Preschool and Kindergarten St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance St. Michael’s Parish Day School St. Vincent de Paul Society Holy Redeemer Conference Steady Strides Riding Center Step Up to Justice STEP: Student Expedition Program Steven M. Gootter Foundation Sunnyside School District Parents as Teachers Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc. Team Hoyt Arizona TEEM - Tucson Education Empowerment for Minorities Temple Emanu-El Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc. Tohono Chul Park, Inc. Trans Lifeline The Trevor Project True Concord Voices & Orchestra True Star Foundation, Inc. Trustees of Phillips Academy

Tu Nidito Children and Family Services Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus Tucson Botanical Gardens Tucson C.A.R.E.S., Inc. Tucson Children’s Museum, Inc. Tucson Conquistadores Foundation Tucson Council for International Visitors Tucson Desert Song Festival Tucson Girls Chorus Tucson Guitar Society Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc. Tucson Jewish Community Center, Inc. Tucson Medical Center Foundation Tucson Museum of Art Tucson Pops Orchestra Tucson Refugee Ministry Tucson Symphony Society Tucson Values Teachers Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc. Tucson2Tails, Inc. Tucson-Pima Library Foundation UA Foundation - Arizona Public Media UA Foundation - College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

UA Foundation - College of Education 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 - Norton School UA Foundation - Sarver Heart Center UA Foundation - School of Music UA Foundation - Steele Children’s Research Center UA Foundation - Tucson Village Farm UA Foundation - Tumamoc Community Outreach Uncommon Schools, Inc. Union for Reform Judaism Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson-No More Deaths United Service Organizations, Inc. United States Fund for UNICEF United States Golf Association United Way of Santa Cruz County Arizona, Inc.

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc. University of Arizona Foundation University of Chicago University of Notre Dame - Ara Parseghian Medical Research Fund University of Wisconsin Foundation Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. W.B. Collins Early Learning Project Washington Women in Need

Watershed Management Group, Inc. Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools Wilderness Inquiry, Inc. The Willa Cather Foundation Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona World Central Kitchen, Inc. Wounded Warrior Project, Inc. YMCA of Southern Arizona Youth Eastside Services Youth On Their Own YWCA of Southern Arizona


Leadership, Volunteers, and Staff 2020-2021 Board of Trustees Jan Lesher, Chair Styne Hill, Vice Chair Daniel Arana, Secretary Herbert J. Hoffman, Treasurer Faisal Adil Colette Barajas Rafael Barceló, Honorary Fred Chaffee Marcel Dabdoub Nancy Davis Matthew Harrison Marian LaLonde, Ex-Officio Ron Marx, PhD Wanda F. Moore Richard Mundinger Ethan Orr, PhD Anne Roediger Barbara Smith Allison M. Vaillancourt, PhD Kendal Washington White

Executive Committee Jan Lesher, Chair Styne Hill, Vice Chair Daniel Arana Herbert J. Hoffman Matthew Harrison Ethan Orr Marcel Dabdoub Barbara Smith Marian LaLonde Fred Chaffee

Governance Committee Fred Chaffee, Chair Nancy Davis, Vice Chair Ron Marx Marian LaLonde

Community Investment Team

Ethan Orr, Chair Allison Vaillancourt, Vice Chair Jan Lesher Barbara Smith Cindy Godwin Isaac Rothschild Karin Uhlich Tammi Barrick Fred Chaffee Anne Maley Carlos Michel Erin Russ

Donor and Community Engagement Committee Marcel Dabdoub, Chair Styne Hill, Vice Chair Faisal Adil Ashley Bickel Jessica Ell Kasey Hill Jan Lesher Wanda Moore Lisa Robinson

Finance and Audit Committee

Herbert J. Hoffman, Chair Anne Roediger, Vice Chair

Bob Friesen Gerald Miron Richard Mundinger Luke Schneider

Investment Committee

Matthew Harrison, Chair R. Michael Sullivan, Vice Chair Mary Bernal Nicollette Daly Nancy Davis Yamen Fellah James Good Maura Grogan Jan Lesher Richard Mundinger Melody Robidoux

Campus Advisory Board

Phil Amos, Chair Bob Friesen Marian LaLonde Jan Lesher Gerald Miron Richard Mundinger Jim Murphy Anne Roediger

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

Tom (TJ) Morgan James Welden Claudia Wise Christopher Young Mayra Zuniga

Professional Advisory Committee

Mark Rubin, Esq., Chair Laura Alexander, MA, CFRE Sandra Bensley 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. Robin Randall, CPA Thomas S. Robertson, III Jane Larriva Rojas, MBA Theresa Thorson, CFP, CIMA Jordan Underhill, CRPC Sherri L. Vis, MBA Steven C. Wagner, JD, CPA Craig Hunter Wisnom

Staff 2020-2021 Clint Mabie, President and CEO (until December 31, 2020) Shari Stapleton-Smith, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO - HR Manager Mary Louise Luna, Senior Director of Gift Planning, Philanthropy Ariana Watson, Philanthropic Services Coordinator, Philanthropy Kelly Huber, Senior Director, Community Investments David Gardner, Program Manager, Community Investments Jeaiza Quiñones Ivory, Program Manager, Community Investments Enedina Miller, Program Manager, Community Investments Paula Van Ness, Director, Center for Healthy Nonprofits, Community Investments Missy Bowden, Chief Financial Officer, Finance Cat Kiesel, Accounting Manager, Finance Michael Wiley, Finance Associate, Finance Natalia Gabrielsen, Finance Associate, Finance Mark Montoya, Chief Operating Officer/Interim President and CEO Zoey Fife, Data Systems Manager, Operations Tamara McKinney, Senior Director, Marketing & Communications Megan Litwicki, Manager, Marketing & Communications Chelsey Johnson, Member Services Coordinator, CF Campus Georgia Schwartz, Manager, CF Campus

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