Report to the Community - Fiscal Year 2022

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Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022

Our Purpose

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

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Together, we are building an equitable and vibrant community for all.

Despite the turbulence and unpredictable nature of the last year, 2022 was a time of genuine growth and renewal at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA). From the facilitation of our largest single grant round to date to the creation of new programs through our Center for Healthy Nonprofits to the implementation of a new initiative that harnesses the power of the sun, CFSA’s board, committees, and staff demonstrated an unwavering commitment to creating an equitable and vibrant community for everyone in Southern Arizona.

The African American Legacy Fund distributed $50,000 to six organizations that support the local African American community and helped launch the first cohort of the African American Leadership Institute of Southern Arizona. Hosted by the State of Black Arizona, the Institute aims to increase African American participation in key civic, political, and workforce-related leadership roles.

The LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund awarded $103,500 to twelve nonprofit organizations offering critical support and services to Southern Arizona’s queer community - a 25 percent increase from last year. To better meet the needs of their grantees and enhance organizational sustainability, the Alliance Fund also transitioned to multi-year funding for this year’s grantees.

In response to requests from our nonprofit partners, the Center for Healthy Nonprofits launched a seven-part finance series that engaged more than 160 nonprofit professionals in training on budgeting, reading financial statements, creating useful dashboards, and much more. In total, the Center offered over 1,000 hours of organizational development support in fiscal year 2022.

Through our conversations with donors and nonprofits, we learned that community members are looking for ways to simplify their giving while still supporting the nonprofits close to their hearts. To meet that need and offer community members a direct and effective way to participate in collective impact funding, CFSA launched nine Field of Interest Impact Funds. Many donors see this fresh approach to giving as a great way to pool resources and allow their dollars to have a bigger impact.

CFSA welcomed several family foundations as new funds, offering those philanthropists a simpler way to carry on their family legacies of generosity. We also worked diligently to increase the availability of general operating support available to our nonprofit partners, with a historic $1.12 million awarded in May 2022 to 55 nonprofits through our CORE Grants Program.

Last but definitely not least, we made significant strides toward increasing the sustainability of our services and reducing our environmental impact.

Through the generosity of an anonymous donor, the Community Foundation Campus was transformed into a solar powerhouse early last year, and in April 2022, CFSA launched the Nonprofit Solar Project to bring that same benefit to our nonprofit partners. By offering this opportunity to local nonprofits, CFSA looks to address environmental disparities in our local community and increase the capacity of the nonprofit sector in Southern Arizona.

None of this work would be possible without your generosity and support, and we remain committed to serving as our community’s partner in philanthropy, now and forever.

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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.

The Center for Healthy Nonprofits strengthens the Southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering free and reduced-cost capacity-building workshops and training for nonprofit professionals and volunteers. Nonprofit organizations must keep up with best practices and find the

means to learn new skills and develop their workforce and governing boards as they work to fulfill their missions. Work in the nonprofit sector presents unique challenges, often stemming from too few resources. The Center works to fill that resource gap and maximize the impact of every nonprofit.

The Community Foundation Campus opened in January 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.

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 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

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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.

Launched in April 2022, the Nonprofit Solar Project offers local nonprofits the opportunity to meet a significant portion of their energy needs through solar power. The project is the

first initiative under CFSA’s new Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund. The Nonprofit Solar Project was developed in partnership with Solar United Neighbors and is funded primarily through generous support from an anonymous CFSA donor. Additional support from Tucson Foundations, Tucson Electric Power, and individual donors through CFSA’s Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund, helped expand the project’s reach in its first year.

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW), an initiative of CFSA, was established in 2012 to ensure that all Pima County companion animals have a loving home and humane care. PAAW brings together animal-loving representatives from nonprofits, county shelters, rescue groups, churches, businesses, and more. Over the last ten years, the initiative has hosted over twenty community-wide gatherings and facilitated numerous local adoption events.

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Our Services

Individuals and Families: The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA) staff members provide personalized service to individuals and families to help you identify and actualize your philanthropic goals. We learn about your 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 cause of the donor’s choosing. Other giving vehicles allow the individual or family to receive an immediate tax deduction with the continuing ability to recommend grants to various charities year after year.

You can also choose to partner with CFSA to build our investments in the community. CFSA’s community endowment fund seeks to support Southern Arizona and adapt to our region’s most pressing needs, now and into the future.

Southern Arizona Businesses: CFSA offers expertise and administrative support to large and small corporations and businesses to efficiently contribute to the community. While individual business needs vary, they can benefit from CFSA’s professional administration services to leverage their support by:

n Distributing grants on behalf of the business.

n Providing status reports, thereby reducing its internal processes.

n Ensuring grants are sent to legitimate nonprofit organizations supporting the community.

n Recommending specific community needs that align with their mission and philanthropic goals.

Private Foundations: While establishing a private foundation remains an upfront tax-advantaged solution, some philanthropists find that they can achieve the same lasting impact by opening a donor advised fund with CFSA, while avoiding the burdensome reporting requirements and potential taxes.

Established family and private foundations may experience similar benefits by converting into a donor advised fund with the Community Foundation. Family members continue to make grant recommendations, and CFSA ensures that the donor’s original philanthropic objectives are honored.

A donor advised fund can be used to give now, give later, or both. In addition, a donor advised fund succession plan can engage the next generation of family members creating a lasting legacy of philanthropy.

“When we formed the Fenster Family Foundation, we were overwhelmed with how complicated the process is: from the IRS regulations to the accounting, to the legal filings and the identification and vetting of eligible nonprofits. We were thrilled when we joined CFSA because they took care of all that for us. CFSA makes it so easy. They do all the hard stuff, and all we have to do is give money away! We love being part of CFSA.”

– The Fenster Family The Fenster Family at the Community Foundation Campus.
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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 financial and estate plans. CFSA partners with professional advisors to help establish giving options that maximize their client’s tax benefits and ensure their philanthropic intent is honored.

Southern Arizona Nonprofit Organizations: In addition to the financial support provided to 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 and Catchafire program.

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 resources of the regional nonprofit consulting community and nationally recognized experts, the Center offers nonprofits of all sizes valuable guidance and skill development.

Through CFSA’s Catchafire program nearly 350 Southern Arizona nonprofits have free, unlimited access to 100,000+ online skillsbased volunteers to help with projects that are critical to nonprofit success and sustainability, such as building a new website, creating an annual report, updating an employee handbook or governance policies, or launching a new fundraising campaign.

In just three years, CFSA grantees completed more than 1,622 projects through Catchafire, representing over $5.6 million in saved expenses and 28,765 hours of volunteer time donated to support the nonprofit sector in Southern Arizona.

CFSA also provides endowment management services for nonprofits ready to engage in endowment building to provide financial support to their organization in perpetuity.

Supporting Organizations and Geographic Affiliates

Supporting Organizations

David and Norma 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 was established through the estate of Howard V. Moore and makes qualifying distributions in the areas of education, women’s health, and children in Yuma.

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 charitable, scientific, and educational organizations, with focus areas of STEM education and research, economics education, civic leadership, and workforce development.

William Edwin Hall Foundation awards grants annually to nonprofit organizations that support the needs of children and youth. The William Edwin Hall Foundation’s Board of Directors sets the funding priorities, reviews the grant reports and grant proposals, and recommends funding to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s Board of Trustees.

Worth and 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 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 and grants to local nonprofit organizations.

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$275K+ granted since 2013 to support innovative, collaborative programs that improve the quality of life for Southern Arizonans of African heritage

African American Legacy Fund

Founded by esteemed philanthropist, educator, 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.

Since 2013, our generous donors have made it possible for AALF to invest over $275,000 toward making Dr. Jolivet’s vision a reality. With guidance from an advisory board of local leaders, AALF supports innovative educational programs, invests in the development of Black and African American leaders, and champions Black-led organizations and businesses.

BLAX FRIDAY

Through its partnership with Blax Friday, a local community organization that provides engagement and brand awareness opportunities, AALF supports Black business owners throughout Southern Arizona. Blax Friday spotlights Black-owned businesses through their website, app, social marketing, promotions, weekly newsletters, and community events. Last year, AALF provided continued support for Blax Friday’s website and app, as well as efforts toward receiving a federal trademark.

AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

AALF also continued its partnership with the State of Black Arizona to facilitate the African American Leadership Institute (AALI) for Southern Arizona.

AALI is a 10-week masterclass program that builds the individual development of African American leaders for the purpose of of increasing African American participation in key civic, political, and workforce-related leadership roles. The first cohort saw eight students graduate from the program in 2022.

TEEM (Tucson Education Empowerment for Minorities) offers vital educational programming to engage youth and encourage learning and discovery.

Graduates from the 2022 African American Leadership Institute for Southern Arizona standing with AALF Chair Kendal Washington White, AALF Vice Chair John-Peter Wilhite, CFSA President and CEO Jenny Flynn, and State of Black Arizona Executive Director Teniqua Broughton, M.Ed.
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Diversity in Dentistry strengthens the diversity pipeline from middle school to dental school through mentoring, educational programming, and scholarships.
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1,000+ hours of free organizational development support offered through the Center in fiscal year 2022

Center for Healthy Nonprofits

CFSA provides capacity-building and developmental workshops and training to local nonprofits in Southern Arizona as additional support to the community beyond just financial assistance. In fiscal year 2022, community members were able to learn and grow with other nonprofit professionals during more than 80 training events and webinars offered through the Center for Healthy Nonprofits. From monthly Marketing & Communications Roundtables to topic-specific “Ask An Expert” events and free consultant support through our TeamUp program, the Center is deeply committed to investing in the hopes, dreams, and talents of the people leading Southern Arizona’s nonprofits.

This important work has been – and continues to be – possible because of the visionary leadership and generosity of the Connie Hillman Family Foundation as the keystone supporter of our work.

NONPROFIT FINANCE SERIES

Budgets and balance sheets and dashboards, oh my! One of the Center’s most extensive - and best attended - technical training series launched in January 2022. Nonprofit financial expert Joan Hubele, MBA, coached nonprofit professionals and volunteers in critical areas of financial management and provided tangible tools for understanding financial data. This seven-part series walked

participants through financial statements, budgeting, tracking revenues, and how to put it together to support nonprofits.

In total, more than 160 nonprofit professionals and volunteers participated in this innovative educational series and over 65 individuals attended all seven sessions to successfully earn a Financial Management and Budgeting for Nonprofits Certificate.

“This is a fantastic series of classes answering a REAL NEED in the nonprofit community. THANK YOU!!!”

–Finance Series Participant

BOARDCONNECT

The Center for Health Nonprofits does an incredible job equipping leaders and organizations to rise to the challenges and provide high quality support to our community. When there is an investment in the leaders behind the organization, everyone benefits, and I am grateful for the opportunities they provide.”

In fiscal year 2022, the Center for Healthy Nonprofits helped plan and facilitate two BoardConnect events to connect Southern Arizona nonprofits with individuals interested in volunteering. Hosted at the Community Foundation Campus, BoardConnect events offer community members the opportunity to meet and speak with representatives from a variety of local nonprofits and learn about potential volunteer opportunities, including serving on a board or committee. Between the two events, over 250 participants came together to strengthen the nonprofit sector.

– Center Workshop Participant BoardConnect
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630+ meetings and events hosted at the CF Campus in fiscal year 2022

Community Foundation Campus

In 2019, the dream of creating a nonprofit campus for Southern Arizona became a reality. Thanks to generous support from our donors, the Community Foundation Campus offers nonprofit organizations multiple ways to convene, collaborate, and grow. The Campus provides secure and professional office space for nonprofits with one to four employees in the coworking lab, eight 1,000 square foot nonprofit suites, and several meeting and event spaces. Today, the Campus is home to over 20 different nonprofits of different sizes and missions, and hosts hundreds of visitors in its event and meeting spaces each week.

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION CAMPUS GOES SOLAR

Through the generosity of an anonymous donor and the expertise of the Technicians for Sustainability, CFSA’s Campus rooftops and parking structures are now home to 252 solar panels capable of producing 200,000 kilowatt-hours of energy each year. In addition to increasing the sustainability of our services and reducing operating costs for our nonprofit suite tenants, the solar panels are helping CFSA minimize our environmental impact.

Tenants are already experiencing the benefits of being part of a solar-powered campus. Many have seen a reduction of over 50% in their electric bills during the first year of operation. Bringing solar power to our Campus tenants is one more way that CFSA is offering nontraditional support to local nonprofits.

Dawn Bell, Educational Enrichment Foundation’s Executive Director, agreed. She shared, “In addition to reducing our carbon footprint, for the nonprofits that work here at the CF Campus, it’s like receiving a recurring monthly donation that we can invest into our programs.”

CFSA’s Campus rooftops and parking structures are now home to 252 solar panels capable of producing 200,000 kilowatt-hours of energy each year. This investment also benefits the many local nonprofits that call the Campus home. Many have seen a reduction of over 50% in their electric bills already. Bringing solar power to our Campus tenants is just one more way that CFSA is offering non-traditional support to local nonprofits.
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To date, the installed system at Community Foundation Campus has produced over 161,059 kilowatt-hours of energy. This is equivalent to avoiding 251,655 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions or the carbon sequestered by planting 1,917 trees.

“I greatly appreciate CFSA bringing solar power onto the Campus and the generous donations that made it possible. Every cent and dollar saved helps nonprofits like ours better serve the community,” shared Chris Hanson, Executive Director of The Centurions.

ART ON CAMPUS

In March 2022, CFSA’s Campus Art Committee selected and installed the work of 33 local artists throughout our main building. The featured works included a diverse mix of fiber arts, clay, bronze, oil, photography, graphite, ink, watercolor, acrylic paints on various surfaces, and mixed media in both 2-D and 3-D. The opportunity allows local artists to display and sell their work at no cost to the artist, with CFSA receiving no commissions on the artists’ sales.

"At Technicians for Sustainability, we have always strived to make solar energy accessible for nonprofits in our community. We were thrilled to install multiple solar PV systems and electric vehicle chargers at CFSA's campus for three reasons. First, their nonprofit tenants now benefit from clean, renewable energy. Second, CFSA's own operations and buildings are powered by the sun and less reliant on fossil fuels. And lastly, the community at large benefits from their multiple EV chargers. CFSA is helping nonprofits and our community thrive, and we are proud to partner with them."

– Technicians for Sustainability

Individual pieces and collections in a variety of mediums were displayed throughout the Community Foundation Campus. When pieces were sold, artists were invited to replace the sold artwork with a new piece to maintain their presence. In fiscal year 2022, Community Foundation Campus hosted the work of 33 local artists.
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$3.5 million+ in CORE Grants distributed since 2017 to provide general operating support to nonprofits in Southern Arizona

CORE Grants Program

In May 2022, CFSA awarded a historic $1,119,500 in CORE Grants to 55 nonprofits in Southern Arizona.

CORE Grants provide the flexible working capital necessary for nonprofit organizations to maximize their impact and improve the quality of life in Southern Arizona. This is the largest single grant round in CFSA’s 42-year history.

CORE Grants provide flexibility for organizations to use dollars as they see fit to address emerging issues, boost salaries and benefits, invest in technology and infrastructure, and build communication and fundraising strategies, all leading to a healthier, innovative, and robust organization.

Lastly and most importantly, CORE Grants are rooted in mutual trust with the philosophy that organizations understand their unique needs and can demonstrate and achieve impact.

With $3.5 million in CORE Grants distributed since 2017, CFSA and its collaborators are dedicated to supporting local nonprofits and promoting equity within Southern Arizona. Jenny Flynn, President and CEO of CFSA, shared, “General operating support has always shown us the good that can come when we give organizations the flexibility and autonomy to decide where their funding is best put to use. The team here at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is dedicated to seeing

this grant program continue to grow, evolve, and reach even more deserving organizations for years to come.”

This year’s grantees represent multiple counties in the Southern Arizona region, including Pima, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Santa Cruz, and Yuma counties. Of the 55 total 2022 grantees, 98% serve minority populations, 23% of grantees are headquartered in rural areas, and 49% are first-time CORE grantees. Funds were further distributed equitably by organizational budgets: 33% have a budget below $250,000, 60% have a budget below $500,000, and 40% have budgets between $500k and $2 million.

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Over 150 CORE Grant Recipients, CORE Donor Collaborators, and CFSA staff and board members came together at the 2022 CORE Grants Celebration at the Community Foundation Campus. This celebration was a a remarkable demonstration of the power of collective impact funding and an opportunity for community-building between and among our community’s nonprofit professionals and generous donors.

Jeaiza Quinoñes Ivory, Director of Community Investments for CFSA, shared, “Greater strides toward equity through CORE grantmaking were seen this year through a focus on rural organizations, organizations that serve marginalized populations, and new grantees. I am excited to see how these grantees will continue to impact the communities they serve through their innovative ideas.”

Kelly Huber, Vice President of Philanthropy for CFSA, shared, “The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona relies on collaboration as a value and practice. CORE Grants have ignited collaboration between CFSA, donors, and the nonprofit community. We are so proud to partner with our donor collaborators in the CORE Grants Program. Without their generosity, partnership, and spirit of giving, this program would not exist to achieve this historic year of $1.1 million in grants to Southern Arizona nonprofits.”

Act One

Act One provides meaningful arts experiences that enhance the academic and creative potential of children and families in Arizona. Founded in 2011, the organization aims to provide economically disadvantaged school children the opportunity to experience arts performances and museum exhibits as part of their education through school field trips. Through Act One, over 700 students from Title 1 schools throughout Tucson came together at the Fox Theatre to watch a performance of “Pete the Cat” in March 2022. For many students, this was their first field trip to a live performance.

“According to the Arts Education Data Project, in the 2020-2021 school year, there were over 24,000 K-12 students in Pima County that did not have access to the arts. The funding provided by CFSA’s CORE Grant will help Act One close that gap and serve even more Title I students to provide access to arts and arts education across Pima County.

— Bernadette Carroll, Act One

CFSA’s 2022 CORE Grants were made possible with support from CFSA’s Unrestricted Fund and Field of Interest Funds, our generous CORE Donor Collaborators, and the Connie Hillman Family Foundation. Thank you!

n Albert H. Cohn Family Fund

n Anetta Belinda Miller Endowment Fund

n Anonymous Donor

n Arizona Children’s Trust Fund

n Barbara and Buddy Amos First Family Fund

n Beaham Youth Fund

n Bledsoe/Biedes Legacy Endowment Fund

n Blessings Fund

n Charles E. and Louise T. Davis Family Fund

n Children’s Mental Health Fund

n Connie Hillman Family Foundation

n David Kennard and Barbara Kennard Present Fund

n David and Norma Lewis Foundation

n Ernst and Young Children’s Fund

n Geneal and Clifton Wilson Field of Interest Fund

n Gerri Skinner Book Fund

n Gertrude K. Poland Trust

n Graydon Ketchum Charitable Fund

n Gordon D. Paris Educational Fund

n Gordon D. and Isa B. Paris Fund

n Fenster Family Foundation Fund

n Frances Holt Family Endowment Fund

n Harold and Margot Hastings Fund

n Helaine D. Levy Donor Advised Fund

n Hellene Henrikson Legacy Fund

n Herbert and Eugenia Pell Fund

n Herma B. Buehrer Fund

n Julian M. Babad Charitable Fund

n Judy Reisman and Jane Levin

n Lew Murphy Mayor’s Fund for Children

n Margaret J. Modine Fund for Children

n Margaret T. Morris Children’s Fund

n Pamela Hyde-Nakai and R. Carlos Nakai

n Nichols Family Foundation Fund

n Reuling Family Native American Programs Fund

n Anne Maley-Schaffner and Timothy Schaffner

n Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund

n Southern Arizona Behavioral Health Fund

n Topaz Fund

n Ventana Canyon Golf and Racquet Club

n Visiting Nurses Association Fund

n William E. Hall Fund for Children

Continued
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Community Home Repairs Projects of Arizona

Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona (CHRPA) creates safer places to live by addressing health and safety concerns with efficient home repairs and adaptations to support long-term housing solutions for low-income homeowners and their families throughout Pima County. The organization focuses on projects that make homes safe and livable, reduce high utility bills, and preserve independence for elderly or disabled persons. Services include electrical and plumbing repairs, heating and cooling repairs, roof repair, and accessibility adaptations.

Receiving a CORE Grant means we can say “yes” to more requests from people who need help with their coolers, waterlines, and furnaces. It means we can say “yes” to installing a grab bar or building a wheelchair ramp or a set of low-rise steps to help someone move with more confidence and age in place. This CORE Grant award is an investment in maintaining and stabilizing housing for families across Pima County.”

Arizona Sonora Border Projects for Inclusion

Arizona Sonora Border Projects for Inclusion’s mission is to provide medical devices, made by individuals who use the same device, to alleviate barriers and enhance the potential of those with a disability. The project was forged between partnerships including universities, governmental agencies, private companies, and individuals from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. The organization constructs both standard and custom-built all-terrain wheelchairs for individuals with disabilities. In addition, the organization fabricates custom prosthetics, conducts hearing clinics to evaluate individuals for hearing impairments, and distributes hearing aids.

“Native Americans who have had an amputation of a lower extremity need some form of ambulation. A conventional wheelchair cannot transverse the rough terrain of the reservation and is not sturdy enough to withstand the abuse of that terrain. All of the funds from our CORE Grant will be used to construct 90 RoughRider all-terrain wheelchairs for the Pascua Yaqui Nation. The RoughRider will allow these individuals to get out of their homes, re-enter society, and engage in tribal ceremonies.”

Willcox Theater and Arts

Willcox Theater and Arts provides entertainment, education, and cultural programs and activities for all ages. The organization offers the community over seventy events and activities annually, including weekly summer youth camps in different art and STEM fields, the Willcox Art Music and Movies Festival, the Southeastern Arizona Independent Film Festival, and live performances with featured guest artists and local performers.

“Receiving a CORE Grant as we emerge from the constraints of the pandemic gives Willcox Theater and Arts the funds most needed to make an impact locally and in the more remote areas in this corner of Arizona. It helps us to engage with other groups and organizations to provide services that will have the most impact on populations that were previously not reached by Willcox Theater and Arts.”

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Amerind Museum

Amerind Museum seeks to foster and promote knowledge and understanding of the Native Peoples of the Americas through research, education, conservation, and community engagement. Both on the ground and digitally, visitors discover Indigenous voices through ever-growing museum collections, exhibits, art, archives, publications, and library holdings. In addition, Amerind partners with Indigenous peoples to increase cultural understanding for our community, creating forums where tribal community members share their knowledge, culture, and art.

Sonora Environmental Research Institute

The Sonora Environmental Research Institute works to preserve the environment and protect human health, creating a sustainable world where there is environmental justice and opportunity for all people. In partnership with neighborhoods that are experiencing economic and environmental stress, the organization conducts risk reduction and healthy home interventions, provides technical assistance, conducts community participatory research, offers educational opportunities, and implements programs to make immediate and long-term impacts.

“Beyond invaluable financial support, CORE funding and the thoughtful process also energize the ways Amerind is growing to better serve Indigenous artists and our community with our cultural resources. As Amerind’s audiences and operations expand and grow, CORE funding is a meaningful vote of confidence in the effectiveness of our community impact, strategic directions, and results.”

“Most grants overlook or actively exclude funds necessary to create and grow healthy nonprofits. The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s CORE Grants Program recognizes that programs are founded on healthy and flexible organizations that invest in their operations and in their community. This flexible general operating support encourages investments in essentials for good business – businesses that will be stronger and more responsive to community needs.”

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

Iskashitaa Refugee Network creates opportunities to integrate United Nations refugees into the Southern Arizona community while educating the public, strengthening the local food system, reducing local food waste, and increasing food security. Iskashitaa supports an intergenerational network of volunteers and UN refugees who locate, harvest, and redistribute local produce which would otherwise go to waste.

“For years we have struggled to grow from grassroots to a sustainable, forwardthinking non-profit, and this CORE Grant helps us take that giant step! We have increased our harvesting in terms of food sources, as well as expanded our partner organizations that distribute food.”

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$614K+ in general operating support granted to arts organizations based in rural Arizona communities

Endowment for the Arts

CFSA has supported the arts since its founding in 1980. As the recipient of a challenge grant in 1986 from the National Endowment for the Arts, CFSA embraced the opportunity to establish the Endowment for the Arts Fund to support the work of small- and medium-sized arts organizations based in rural Arizona communities. Since 1987, 364 unrestricted operating grants have been distributed, totaling $614,390.

The 2022 Endowment for the Arts grant round awarded funding to two rural nonprofits: Ajo Council for the Fine Arts, located in Ajo, AZ, and Central School Project, located in Bisbee, AZ.

The mission of Ajo Council for the Fine Arts is to bring performing, visual, educational, and entertaining art activities to Ajo and western Pima County, to provide a venue for local artists to sell their work, and to promote art education in western Pima County.

Cheryl Langer with Ajo Council for the Fine Arts shared, “The CSFA Endowment for the Arts funding affords the Ajo Council for the Fine Arts the capability to develop community art educational programs and continue to support Ajo’s diverse artist community by providing a venue to exhibit their art.”

Founded in 1985, Bisbee’s Central School Project provides affordable studio space to local artists, works to preserve the historic 1905 facility, and helps foster appreciation for the arts. The Project offers arts education and art exposure opportunities at no or low cost for a multigenerational, lowincome, and diverse community.

Laurie McKenna, Director of Central School Project, shared, “With the support of CFSA’s Endowment for the Arts funding, Central School Project is expanding our reach, our arts programming, and creating more opportunities for our community in the year 2023!”

Bisbee’s Central School Project provides affordable studio space to local artists, works to preserve the historic 1905 facility, and helps foster appreciation for the arts through community events and education. A project of the Ajo Council for the Fine Arts, Art Under the Arches is a fine art gallery that operates as a collective. Situated in the Historic Ajo Plaza, the gallery features artwork from more than 20 regional artists.
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$1,131,957 awarded to 75 nonprofits serving the queer community of Southern Arizona since 1999

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

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 nonprofits and programs serving the queer community of Southern Arizona. To date, the Alliance Fund has awarded 219 grants to 75 organizations, totaling $1,131,957.

The LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund continued to grow its presence as a sustaining funder of high-impact nonprofits serving the LGBTQ+ community. In fiscal year 2022, $103,500

was awarded to 12 regional nonprofits to provide innovative programs that benefit the queer community in Southern Arizona. This is the largest annual grant distribution in the Alliance Fund’s 23-year history and a 25% increase from fiscal year 2021. In addition, the Alliance Fund implemented multi year funding for the first time ever, extending two years of funding to its 2022 grantees.

The average amount granted to each organization has also grown significantly. Over the last five years, the average grant has more than doubled from $4,064 in 2017 to $8,625 in 2022.

“We are ecstatic to invest in our newest grantees committed to LGBTQ+ equity and inclusion in Southern Arizona,” shared Kent Burbank, the 2022 Chair of the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Advisory Board. “Thanks to the generosity of our loyal donors, we’re transforming our grantmaking by awarding larger grants and transitioning to multi-year funding. This momentum will allow us to better meet the needs of our grantees and ensure that they have additional resources needed to create meaningful change.”

“The Alliance Fund’s mission is critical to our community because it serves LGBTQ+ individuals in every realm—including immigration. The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project serves many LGBTQ+ immigrants and asylum-seekers. We want to do our best to better serve our LGBTQ+ clients. Thanks to the Alliance Fund’s support, we can ensure immigrants fleeing harm and life threatening conditions have a shot at winning their legal case and are welcomed with dignity, respect,

The Alliance Fund hosted a successful Queer for Good event in October 2021 with over 350 supporters in attendance.
understanding, and knowledge.”
Refugee Rights
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In fiscal year 2022, $103,500 was awarded to 12 regional nonprofits that support the queer community in Southern Arizona.

2,400+ local residents attended MAP Dashboard presentations in fiscal year 2022

MAP Dashboard

The award-winning Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard was formed through a unique partnership between the University of Arizona, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, and Southern Arizona Leadership Council to develop a project to measurably improve Southern Arizona through data-driven, collective civic action, and education. Subsequently, Pima Association of Governments and Sun Corridor Inc. joined the partnership in 2016 and 2018, respectively. The partnership represents the nonprofit and business communities, regional government, local economic development, and higher education. The MAP Dashboard fills a

resource gap by providing a common collection of research and information upon which to evaluate and measure key socioeconomic indicators in our community and collaborate to address our shared issues.

In the fall of 2021, the MAP Dashboard launched an updated and improved website. The new website includes several new features, including interactive fuel gauges, multimedia highlights, and a prominent location to showcase our community spotlights.

Since its founding, the MAP Dashboard has been recognized for excellence five times by international, national, state,

and local organizations. Most recently, the MAP received the 2021 Research Award for Data Collection, Dissemination, and Visualization from the Council for Community and Economic Research for its contribution to the success of local, regional, or state community, economic, and workforce development initiatives.

Community outreach and engagement were central to the MAP Dashboard’s activities in fiscal year 2022. The MAP team and associated researchers gave 16 public presentations to local residents last year, reaching 2,490 attendees. These public presentations included events such as:

n The Future of the Workforce: Today and Tomorrow

n Eller’s Economic Outlook Luncheon

n Breakfast with the Economists

n MAP 101: Early Childhood Education

n MAP 101: Housing Affordability

This graphic shows the percentage of 3rd grade students in Arizona who passed the AzM2 ELA Test in 2021 by county.
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On April 21, 2022, the MAP Dashboard and partners brought together over 250 participants from the local community for the Future of the Workforce event.

900+ rescue animals adopted through PAAW’s Adopt Love, Adopt Local events since 2014

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare

The Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare (PAAW), an initiative of CFSA, was established 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 save rate of over 90%.

PAAW brings together animal-loving representatives from nonprofits, county shelters, rescue groups, churches, businesses, and more. Over the last ten years, the initiative has hosted over 20 community-wide gatherings featuring presentations by local and national animal experts.

In fiscal year 2022, PAAW’s committees planned and implemented two successful Adopt Love, Adopt Local events in partnership with local rescues resulting in over 100 animal adoptions in two days. In addition, PAAW convened key stakeholders from across Southern Arizona for a virtual event with Gail B. Mackie, Retired Executive Director of SpokAnimal in Spokane, Washington. During her time at SpokAnimal, Gail developed a state-of-the-art veterinary clinic, created a public dog park, and established no-euthanasia policies for healthy adoptable animals.

More than 100 rescue animals found new homes at the two adoption events hosted in fiscal year 2022. In partnership with Rescue Me Marana, PAAW hosted two Adopt Love, Adopt Local adoption events with local rescue groups in fiscal year 2022. PAAW’s Adopt Love, Adopt Local events are made possible through the comittment and hard work of a dedicated volunteer committee.
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Led by an Advisory Board of local Santa Cruz leaders, SCCF has distributed over $1.2 million in grant funding to more than 60 unique nonprofits in Santa Cruz County since 2001.

Santa Cruz Community Foundation

A geographic affiliate of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, the Santa Cruz Community Foundation (SCCF) is a permanent charitable resource founded by Santa Cruz County residents to empower their community to invest in itself. Through the support of generous individuals and local businesses, SCCF has been dedicated to making Santa Cruz County a better place to live and work for all by awarding scholarships to students, grants to nonprofit organizations, and enhancing local leadership through capacity building and training.

Led by an Advisory Board of local Santa Cruz leaders, SCCF has distributed over $1.2 million in grant funding to more than 60 unique nonprofits in Santa Cruz County since 2001. Funding areas include: healthcare, education, youth support, literacy, workforce development, senior services, arts and culture, veterans support, and environmental sustainability.

“In addition to free athletic programming BYTE offers high-quality enrichment classes that can further expose youth to positive experiences and relationships. In 2021 this included a dedicated youth art program at the La Linea Art Studio on Morley Ave. SCCF’s support will allow BYTE to grow this new resource for 2022, with the addition of a year-round Sensory Art Therapy class for children with developmental disabilities. BYTE is proud to partner with the Southern Arizona Autism Association on this initiative and thanks SCCF for helping us bring this new opportunity to the Nogales and Santa Cruz County Community.”

Border Youth Tennis Exchange’s athletic and enrichment programs expose youth to positive experiences and relationships.

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Investing In Impact

In December 2021, SCCF awarded $40,000 in grants, with funding spread among 9 local and regional nonprofit organizations that are working to improve the quality of life in Santa Cruz County.

Recognizing An Inspirational Civic Leader

In fiscal year 2022, the Advisory Board renamed its annual leadership award to honor Roberta Bracker, a civic leader and vital supporter of the Santa Cruz Community Foundation from its inception until her passing in June 2021. The Roberta Bracker Memorial Civic Leadership Award is presented annually to an individual who has demonstrated exceptional civic leadership and commitment to making Santa Cruz County a better place to live.

Combining social services and community health, Valley Assistance Services helps individuals and families live healthy, resilient, and vibrant lives.

The award was presented for the first time in October 2021 to Dr. Arnoldo Montiel. Dr. Montiel is a retired businessman and an educator. He graduated from Nogales High School and went on to complete his Ed.D. degree in Education Administration. After teaching English and Spanish in California early in his career, he returned to Nogales and to teach and work in the family business. Later, he became principal of Mary L. Welty Elementary School.

Dr. Montiel dedicated his early professional life to teaching children. He has said, “Kids are indeed the future, and those who educate children are afforded the opportunity to shape our collective future.” After retiring from teaching, his focus turned from educating youth to helping the senior population in our community. The sustainability of the Nogales Senior Center was being threatened by poor administration and inadequate management. With Dr. Montiel’s leadership and the dedication

of a new board of directors, the Senior Center was revitalized and continued to offer services during COVID. Dr. Arnoldo Montiel has made it his mission to assist the community of Nogales, Arizona, in many ways. His compassion, good humor, and many talents have truly been put to good use in the community he loves.

Nogales has undoubtedly become a better place to live because of him.

arts.

Patagonia Creative Arts Association promotes participation and expression in all areas of the Dr. Montiel at the Nogales Senior Center.
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Dr. Montiel was presented with the Roberta Bracker Memorial Civic Leadership Award in October 2021.
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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

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.

Andrew Rush was selected to be the 2022 Buddy Amos Founders Award. Andy is an artist and the founder of The Drawing Studio, which brings art and the benefit of creating art to the entire community. They offer classes and workshops, host events and exhibits, and foster awareness of the positive effects of creativity on individuals and the entire community. Under Andy’s leadership, The Drawing Studio envisions the world as a better place where art and creative spirit are fostered as cultural necessities.

An artist himself, Andy shared, “At The Drawing Studio, I take great pleasure in working with people from all walks of life who bring incredible life experience and richness to the study of art, a richness that informs their visual expression once they have the tools and practices to inform their work.”

Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award

Created in 2016, CFSA’s Southern Arizona Civic Leadership Award honors community members who have inspired others through their work, volunteerism, and advocacy efforts with diverse or underrepresented communities.

The 2022 award recipient, Betsy Bolding, has gone above and beyond to make a lasting impact in Southern Arizona through her various careers and nonprofit endeavors. Betsy serves on SARSEF’s Board of Directors and is on the board of The Loft Cinema and the Women’s Studies Advocacy Council. She is also an active member of the League of Women Voters and the Black Women’s Task Force. Betsy is a past president of the boards of the Community Food Bank, Arizona Theatre Company, The Loft Cinema, and Prescott College. She is also an Emeritus member of the Arizona Public Media Community Advisory Board and, as such, can occasionally be heard fundraising on AZPM’s radio outlets.

When asked to reflect upon what receiving this award means to her, Betsy shared, “I am completely overwhelmed and deeply honored to receive CFSA’s Civic Leadership Award, but also humbled when I remember not only those outstanding leaders who received this distinction before me but also the many amazing unrecognized civic leaders who hold our community together. Many thanks to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona for this coveted Civic Leadership recognition.”

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Andrew Rush Betsy Bolding

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 2022 recipients included Talon Duncan, Ranch Manager of Echoing Hope Ranch, and Jim Roden, Lead Pastor of The Journey Church.

Talon Duncan, a Southern Arizona native, began working at Echoing Hope Ranch upon graduating high school. He has since become the Ranch Manager. Echoing Hope Ranch’s mission is growth, discovery, and lifelong learning in safe and respectful homes and communities for adults and teens with autism and other developmental disabilities. The guiding philosophy of Echoing Hope is to acknowledge each person as a dynamic human being and to help them build as full and satisfying life as possible by recognizing each individual with autism’s strengths and putting them to good use.

Regarding his experience working at Echoing Hope Ranch, Talon shared, “My oldest sister is developmentally disabled, and I was fortunate to grow up being around her because it made me more understanding and compassionate towards others with similar disabilities. I’ve now worked for the ranch for almost six years. I love my job and the amazing people I work with.”

Jim Roden and his family have been part of The Journey Church for 19 years. The Journey Church offers a special program, Friends for Life, which provides opportunities for adults with disabilities to develop relationships with each other and the volunteers that serve in the ministry. Friends for Life meets twice monthly for participants to spend time together, have fun, and share in small groups to help deepen relationships.

Jim recently received his Doctoral Degree at Talbot Theological Seminary, where his dissertation focused on the relationship between disability ministry and church health. Upon being notified as this year’s Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award recipient, Jim shared, “I am deeply honored to be nominated for this award, but I cannot accept it alone. This award belongs to the staff, leadership, and congregants of The Journey Church–especially those with disabilities. They are the ones who have created a culture of love, acceptance, and reciprocity.”

Igor Gorin Memorial Award

The Igor Gorin Memorial Award was established in 1987 by Mary Gorin as a fitting way to honor the memory of her husband, Igor Gorin, a world-renowned opera singer. Since 1993, the Igor Gorin Memorial Award has awarded $358,000 to support young vocalists at the start of their operatic careers.

This unrestricted award is given out once a year to help gifted vocalists poised to begin successful careers with expenses associated with accompanists, coaches, and auditioning as they transition from school into professional careers.

In 2022, the award committee selected two talented vocalists to receive the Igor Gorin Memorial Award, Emily Blair and Simone McIntosh.

Emily Blair is a versatile and engaging young artist originally from Chicago, Illinois. She joined the prestigious Merola Opera Program for the 2021 season and was previously a Benenson Young Artist at Palm Beach Opera for two seasons.

When asked how she envisions giving back to the performing arts community, Emily shared that she leads yoga classes designed for performers and is developing a course to support performers’ mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical needs. She stated, “Through healing ourselves and building a deep connection to our inner artist, we can share that with the world and deepen the profound impact of music.”

Simone McIntosh is an accomplished young artist originally from Vancouver, British Columbia, and currently residing in Paris, France. She was an Adler Fellow for the prestigious San Francisco Opera, an ensemble artist for the Canadian Opera Company, and an artist in the renowned Merola Opera Program.

In reflecting on her goals as a performing artist, Simone shared, “My goals are to strive for excellence and beauty in my music-making, not perfection. I want the music to lead me to fulfilling places physically, mentally, and emotionally. I wish to provide space for audiences to experience and reflect on what beauty means to them.”

Talon Duncan, Ranch Manager of Echoing Hope Jim Roden, Lead Pastor of The Journey Church. Emily Blair
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Financial Highlights Fiscal Year 2022

$34,490,571 Gifts

$18,016,744 Grants

$548,303 Scholarships

$22,100 Awards

(July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022) Investment Performance (Endowment Pool as of June 30, 2022) 1-year -12.10% 3-year 4.00% 5-year 4.70% Balance Sheet (as of June 30, 2022) Assets Cash and Cash Equivalents $ 16,436,707 Investments 156,988,551 Unconditional Promises to Give, Net 10,080 Contributions Receivable 7,321,045 Property and Equipment, net 5,865,748 Other Receivables and Other Assets 1,948,282 Total Assets $ 188,570,413 Liabilities Accounts Payable and Accrued Expenses $ 262,503 Grants and Distributions Payable 1,840,050 Deferred Revenue 350,242 Designated Obligations 844,109 Due To Other Agencies 7,318,833 Notes Payable 2,447,202 Total Liabilities $ 13,062,939 Net Assets Without Donor Restriction $ 88,510,891 With Donor Restriction 86,996,583 Total Net Assets $ 175,507,474 Total Liabilities and Net Assets $ 188,570,413 Community Foundation Assets in Millions (Assets as of June 30, 2022) Community Foundation Fund Assets Supporting Organizations Assets $200 $150 $175 $100 $125 $50 $75 $0 $25 2021 2022 2018 2019 2020 $20.91 $20.48 $15.89 $128.40 $28.52 $128.00 $26.63 $134.45 $175.82 $172.68
Diane Lynn Anderson Memorial Award $500 Excellent Educator Recognition Award $800 Hiremath Student Integrity Prize $800 Igor Gorin Memorial Award $20,000
Corporate scholarships $158,000 General scholarships $55,000 Criteria-specific scholarships $335,303 22 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022

Community Investments Fiscal Year 2022

(July 1, 2021 - June 20,

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, CFSA supports a seven-county region that includes secondary grantmaking markets in Cochise, Yuma, Graham, Greenlee, and Pinal counties.

Since 1980, CFSA has given over $230 million to the communities it serves. Today, we have nearly $200 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.

Grant Distributions
FY22
3.40% Field of Interest 51.80% Donor Advised 0.90% Project 2.30% Scholarships 4.90% Other 3.10% Designated 2.80% Unrestricted 30.80% Supporting Organizations
2022)
Yuma County Graham County Cochise County Pinal County Greenlee County
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Pima County Santa Cruz County

Building a Brighter Future

In April 2022, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona launched the Nonprofit Solar Project to offer local nonprofits the opportunity to meet a significant portion of their energy needs through solar power. By switching to solar, the selected nonprofits will reduce their carbon footprint and energy costs, freeing up resources for programming or other infrastructure needs.

The project is the first initiative under CFSA’s new Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund, which aims to support nonprofits with funding for conservation and restoration programs, climate justice, habitat protection, community gardens, watershed management, and solar initiatives in Southern Arizona.

“We are so excited and thankful to be a recipient of this unique funding! Going solar will provide multiple benefits and is a long-term investment in YOTO’s financial sustainability and environmental footprint.”

Through the newly launched Nonprofit Solar Project, CFSA looks to address environmental disparities in our local community and increase the capacity of the nonprofit sector in Southern Arizona.
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– Elizabeth Slater, Youth On

The Nonprofit Solar Project was developed in partnership with Solar United Neighbors and is funded primarily through generous support from an anonymous CFSA donor. Additional support from Tucson Foundations, Tucson Electric Power, and individual donors through CFSA’s Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund, helped expand the project’s reach in its first year. In the first year of funding, $630,000 will be invested to provide solar installations for the following nonprofit organizations through the Nonprofit Solar Project.

n BICAS

n Coyote TaskForce

n The Drawing Studio

n The Edge School

n Emerge! Center Against Domestic Violence

n Sonoran Glass School

n Youth On Their Own

“For the selected nonprofits, the installation of solar power is like a monthly gift through reduced energy costs for decades to come,” shared Jenny Flynn, President and CEO of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. Flynn continued, “Our partnership with Tucson Foundations, Tucson Electric Power, and other contributors to our Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund allowed for a significant level of funding in the project’s first year. We are extremely grateful for their support.”

“Tucson Foundations is supporting this new solar project due to the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s continued leadership and collaboration in creating extraordinary philanthropic opportunities,” shared Jennifer Lohse, Vice President of External Relations at Tucson Foundations. Lohse continued, “We are especially excited to support this initiative and the work at Emerge! Center Against Domestic Violence because every dollar not spent on utilities can be reinvested into the missions of these remarkable nonprofits.”

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Continued Representatives from Solar United Neighbors, Technicians for Sustainability, and Tucson Electric Power joined CFSA President and CEO Jenny Flynn and Program Manager David Gardner for the official ribbon cutting at CFSA’s 2022 Annual Event.

Ed Sakwa, Chief Executive Officer at Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse shared, “We believe that serving this community in a way that is inclusive, responsible, and equitable requires that our operations also be sustainable. Going solar will allow Emerge to lessen our carbon footprint and the energy costs of operating a facility that serves survivors 24/7/365.” Sakwa continued, “Emergency shelter can mean the difference between remaining in an abusive situation and facing homelessness for many of the people we serve. Equipping our emergency shelter with solar energy will lower the cost of operating this vital service—making it a more sustainable resource for those who need it.”

A special community committee guided by Solar United Neighbors reviewed more than 70 applications and conducted site visits with applicants to assess the location, size, and unique needs of each installation. Now that year-one grantees have been determined, Solar United Neighbors will work with them to select solar installers.

Bret Fanshaw, Regional Director for Solar United Neighbors, shared, “We were thrilled to receive so much interest from a variety of organizations in going solar and couldn’t be more excited to help these seven incredible nonprofits make their solar vision a reality.” Fanshaw continued, “We can’t wait to see the installations go up and their energy savings kick in. We’re hopeful there will be opportunities in the future to help more nonprofits benefit from free, clean, and locally produced energy.”

“So many of our nonprofit partners are focused on sustainable practices and doing what’s right for the planet,” said Wendy Erica Werden, Manager of Community Investment and Philanthropy at Tucson Electric Power. Werden continued, “This is one way they can accomplish those goals and redirect more of their operating costs toward meeting the critical needs of our community.”

Elizabeth Slater, Chief Executive Officer at Youth On Their Own, shared, “We are so excited and thankful to be a recipient of this unique funding! Going solar will provide multiple benefits and is a long-term investment in YOTO’s financial sustainability and environmental footprint.” Slater continued, “The energy savings gained by a solar parking lot will dramatically reduce our overhead costs. As a result, YOTO will be able to redirect more funding towards our mission of helping Pima County’s youth experiencing homelessness to stay in school.”

For the recipients of the Nonprofit Solar Project grant, this funding not only helps put money into their programs, but they hope to inspire other organizations to switch to solar as well. “With this tremendous grant from the Nonprofit Solar Project, we will save approximately $6,400/year in electricity and will redirect these funds to The Drawing Studio’s Equity Arts programming,” shared Emiel Brott, Executive Director of the Drawing Studio. “The Drawing Studio believes that the time has come for all organizations to lead the way towards a sustainable future. With this grant, we will be a neighborhood example of how to be a solar energy champion,” Brott continued.

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Brighter Future continued
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The switch to solar energy ia long-term investment in YOTO’s financial sustainability, allowing them to provide financial assistance, basic human needs, and guidance to more youth experiencing homelessness in Pima County.

Representatives from the BICAS Collective shared, “For over 30 years, BICAS has not only preached the gospel of environmental stewardship but has lived it daily by rescuing bicycles and bike parts that would have ended up in a landfill. Having our operations powered by solar energy is another decisive step in our long-game organizational commitment to sustainability.”

When asked about her long-term goals for the project, CFSA President and CEO Jenny said, “Two of the most significant barriers to a vibrant Southern Arizona are environmental risks and inequity. By coming together through CFSA’s Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund, members of our generous community have directly and simultaneously addressed those barriers by connecting these seven nonprofit organizations with technology that saves them dollars and reduces their environmental impact. We envision a solar-powered nonprofit sector grounded in environmental self-sufficiency. I believe that through the power of collective giving, we can make that vision a reality.”

Staff members from The Drawing Studio and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona during a site visit.
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Classes and workshops at Sonoran Glass School and BICAS (Bicycle Inter-Community Art & Salvage) will soon be solar powered thanks to generous support from Tucson Foundations, Tucson Electric Power, and the community donors who contributed to CFSA’s Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund.

In the fall of 2021, The Stonewall Foundation transitioned into a donor-advised fund at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, representing one of the most generous gifts CFSA has ever received and a tremendous history of benefit to the community.

The Stonewall Fund: A Philanthropic Legacy Continues

Established as a private independent foundation by William A. Small and his wife Susan Small, the Stonewall Foundation was one of Tucson’s best-kept philanthropic secrets for many years. It has been run since 1993 by their son, Rick Small, a Tucson native and active member of Southern Arizona’s nonprofit community.

The Small Family moved to Tucson in the 1930s from Chicago, when William Sr. purchased the Tucson Citizen. Ever since, they have been actively engaged in the Tucson community.

In just over four decades, the Stonewall Foundation granted $45 million to more than 35 nonprofits in Tucson, working quietly behind the scenes to provide annual support to vital organizations in the areas of art, health, and education. The organization’s commitment to sustained, multi-year funding played a critical role in the development and sustainability of many of Tucson’s cherished nonprofit organizations.

In the fall of 2021, The Stonewall Foundation transitioned into a donor advised fund at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, representing one of the most generous gifts CFSA has ever received and allowing the Community Foundation to play an important role in continuing a tremendous history of generosity.

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Tucson Botanical Gardens and Ironwood Tree Experience are two of many nonprofit organizations that receive ongoing, annual support from the Stonewall Fund.

Organizations supported by

The Stonewall Foundation include:

Arizona Public Media

Arizona Sonora Desert Museum

Arizona Theater Company

Books Save Lives

Casa Maria Soup Kitchen

Clínica Amistad, a project of Amistad y Salud

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

Desert Survivors

Desert Voices Chorus

Friends of Tucson's Birthplace

Habitat For Humanity

Handi-Dogs, Inc.

The Haven

Imago Dei Middle School

Ironwood Tree Experience

KXCI Community Radio

La Frontera Center, Inc.

Literacy Connects

Many Mouths One Stomach

Mariposas Sin Fronteras

Mission Gardens Project

NAMI Southern Arizona

Planned Parenthood

Reveille Gay Men’s Chorus

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southern Arizona Senior Pride

Tucson Botanical Gardens

Tucson Girls Chorus

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network

Tucson Jazz Festival

Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Tucson Museum of Art

Tucson Symphony Orchestra

UA Foundation - College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Rick shared, “Being a philanthropic organization in Tucson has been a wonderful gift, but maintaining the foundation under its formative documents became difficult and time-consuming. As a donor advised fund at CFSA, we can continue to meet the needs of our designated donor organizations and give more freely to needs as they arise. Moving our fund to the Community Foundation has given our family the flexibility to provide grants and support organizations that we never could have before.”

Bill Small and his wife, Cathleen Bilyeu-Small, recently moved to Southern Arizona and shared, “We are glad to be in Tucson as residents and have the opportunity to join Stonewall and CFSA to provide assistance to the valuable organizations in the community.”

“As a fund of the Community Foundation, the family will be able to continue supporting key nonprofit partners into the future, as well as identify and fund additional organizations making a difference in Southern Arizona,” shared CFSA President and CEO Jenny Flynn.

“We are thrilled to support The Stonewall Fund as it enters this new era of giving and community philanthropy.”

$45 million+ in sustained, annual support to more than 35 local organizations in Tucson

Clínica Amistad

The inability to overcome financial barriers to insurance impedes access to primary, preventative healthcare and care for acute and chronic conditions, which can severely affect health outcomes. Clínica Amistad provides free primary health care, preventive services, and education to those in need and without access to health care throughout the greater Tucson area. The services provided through this innovative clinic are made possible by its all-volunteer staff of licensed medical professionals.

“We are honored that Clínica Amistad, a project of Amistad y Salud, is part of The Stonewall Fund family,” shared Nicole Glasner, Executive Director at Clínica Amistad. “During the height of the pandemic, our doors remained open, due to the generosity and support of The Stonewall Fund. Their generosity has made a real difference in the lives of those we serve. Because of their support and commitment to making a difference, we are able to continue caring for low-income and uninsured members of our community. We are truly blessed to have a Stonewall to lean on for support!”

"Being a philanthropic organization in Tucson has been a wonderful gift, but maintaining the foundation under its formative documents became difficult and time-consuming. As a donor advised fund at CFSA, we can continue to meet the needs of our designated donor organizations and give more freely to needs as they arise."

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Literacy Connects

Literacy Connects is a volunteer-driven Tucson nonprofit serving over 46,000 children and adults annually through literacy and arts programming that create solutions to many of society’s most persistent problems. Programs include Adult Basic Literacy, English Language Acquisition for Adults, Reach Out and Read, Reading Seed, and Stories that Soar!.

“The Stonewall Foundation has been a key supporter of our work at Literacy Connects for more than 10 years,” shared Sharon O’Brien, Interim Executive Director at Literacy Connects. “Their belief in investing in learners, believers, and achievers has helped our adult and youth programs serve and meet the needs our community. Our mission of connecting people with a world of possibilities could not have happened without the Stonewall Foundation. They funded the expansion of our afterschool program that teaches kids real life skills to use their imagination and make their creative stories come to life. They helped our adult students increase their literacy that had cascading effects on future generations. We are grateful to have them as partners in this important work in Southern Arizona.”

Many Mouths One Stomach

Many Mouths One Stomach (MMOS) is a Tucson-based collective of artists, teachers, and community activists. It is the organizing body for the Annual All Souls Procession and serves as a vehicle for artists to collaborate, create, and inspire the public through Festal Culture.

Festal Culture is the expression and fulfillment of core human needs through public celebration, ceremony, and ritual. The All Souls Procession is an event that was created to serve the public need to mourn, reflect, and celebrate the universal experience of death through their ancestors, loved ones, and the living. Since its inception in 1990, the event has grown into an enormous spectacle with over 150,000 participants on the streets of downtown Tucson for the two-milelong human-powered parade.

“The Stonewall Fund’s support has been invaluable to MMOS,” shared Nadia Hagen, Artistic Director for MMOS. “Grant funds provide honorariums for instructors and artistic directors who offer free community workshops that deepen the All Souls Experience. Funding from The Stonewall Fund also helped build interactive installations along the All Souls walking route and cover necessary infrastructure costs such as sanitation.”

Tucson Girls Chorus

The Tucson Girls Chorus (TGC) provides outstanding choral education that fosters leadership, a sense of belonging, and affirmation that each girl's voice matters. The Stonewall Fund has provided instrumental support to the Tucson Girls Chorus's Community Engagement Program for more than a decade. Their funding provided the initial funds to launch the program and has helped sustain and grow the program ever since.

“The Stonewall Fund's support allows us to serve beyond our building through partnerships with Title 1 schools throughout Southern Arizona,” shared Dr. Marcela Molina, TGC Director. “Through the Fund's generosity, the TGC Engagement Choirs have served over 600 singers (and counting!) - giving them the space to boost confidence and cultivate compassion as they lift their voices. Thank you to Rick Small and The Stonewall Fund for your continued commitment to our work!”

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Ronald McDonald House Southern Arizona

The Ronald McDonald House provides a “home-awayfrom-home” for families who have to travel to Tucson to receive medical care for their critically ill child. Families can stay as long as their child is being treated. There is no cost to stay at the Ronald McDonald House, thanks to the generous support of our community.

Through The Stonewall Fund, Rick Small made a generous donation to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona (RMHC-SA) in honor of his friend, Judy Goddard. Judy had just received the Governor’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteerism – the only one in the state – for 35 years of volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House. Families that stay at the Ronald McDonald House are going through one of the worst times of their lives, dealing with all the stresses and worries of having a critically ill baby or child. Sometimes there are no words to provide comfort -only kindness and compassion.

“That’s what Judy Goddard has been offering moms and dads at the Ronald McDonald House since 1988,” said RMHC-SA President and CEO Kate Maguire Jensen. “We were delighted that Rick recognized our Judy and grateful that the gift was designated for general support. Having funds earmarked for general support allows us to use donations in a way that best serves children and families.”

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network

The important efforts supported by The Stonewall Fund include the work of organizations serving the LGBTQ+ and HIV communities. As a coalition of individuals, faith communities, businesses, and nonprofits working together to address HIV/AIDS in our community, Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network (TIHAN) serves a diverse population of people living with HIV. There are thousands of people in Pima County living with HIV, and TIHAN offers resources and support to help them live well.

“Rick Small and The Stonewall Fund have made a major sustained commitment to responding to the needs of people living with HIV in our community,” shared TIHAN Executive Director Scott Blades. “The Stonewall Fund supports our Living Well with HIV series of classes focused on budgeting, nutrition, and life skills. The Fund also provides key funding for our Poz Cafe lunch and social program, the largest regular gathering place for people living with HIV in Southern Arizona, which has served more than 34,000 meals for people living with HIV.”

He continued, “As we are able to move out of the lockdown necessitated by the pandemic’s impact upon our immunecompromised population, we are fortunate to know The Stonewall Fund continues to support our Living Well with HIV classes and our Poz Café lunch and social event that provide skills, resources, encouragement, peer support, and socialization to people living with HIV. Southern Arizona is fortunate to have a funder committed to equity and justice for marginalized and neglected communities and to champion the issues and innovative responses that can help people thrive.”

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Field of Interest Impact Funds offer a simple and effective way for anyone in Southern Arizona to participate in collective impact funding in the areas they care about most.

CFSA Field of Interest Impact Funds

A thriving Southern Arizona is a great place to work, play, learn, create, innovate, invest, prosper, grow up, grow families, grow businesses, and grow older.

At CFSA, we envision a Southern Arizona where all community members are housed, fed, and have access to high-quality education, healthcare, and economic opportunities. We look to a future when our communities use resources sustainably and have the capacity to adapt to changing needs with compassion for humans, animals, and our desert environment.

To achieve this vision, CFSA is committed to partnering with our donors and the nonprofit organizations that provide critical services and programming to our local communities. Working together, we will increase the availability of general operating support and highlight the far-reaching benefits of trust-based, collective impact funding.

General operating support grants enable nonprofits to build the sustainable infrastructure necessary to measurably affect change. By allowing nonprofits to take advantage of new opportunities as they arise, general operating grants also foster innovation, capacity building, and organizational development.

CFSA recently established nine Field of Interest Impact Funds to offer a simple and effective way for community members to participate in collective impact funding in the areas they care about most. Impact Funds welcome donations of any size, and the contributions are brought together to provide general operating support grants to local nonprofits that support specific causes.

“You might have a donor who is interested in supporting work for animals and another who is passionate about housing. You might have a 16-year-old who can give $16 or a 60-year-old who can give $60,000,” shared CFSA President and CEO Jenny Flynn. CFSA’s Impact Funds offer donors at every stage of giving a way to maximize the impact of their donation.

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Animal Welfare

For many Southern Arizonans, our animals play an essential role in our quality of life. They are part of our family. This fund helps ensure that animals in our communities have access to humane care, opportunities for fostering and adoption, and the resources needed to strengthen the human-animal bond.

Arts & Culture

Southern Arizona is an area rich in cultural history with a vibrant arts community that enhances our lives. This fund supports the appreciation, education, promotion, and enjoyment of arts and humanities. This includes support for museums, cultural events, art education, literature and music programs, performing arts, visual arts, cinema, and public art.

Children & Youth

Our future depends on the continued development and support of our children and youth. This fund supports Southern Arizona’s youth from birth to adulthood, providing them with the resources and opportunities they need to succeed. This includes funding for early childhood education, high-quality daycare, literacy programs, STEM programs, and more.

Education & Economic Equity

Education is a gateway to increased economic equity. This fund promotes academic success and educational opportunities through programs and scholarships to support diverse and economically disadvantaged students. This includes vocational training, tutoring programs, support for parents returning to school, literacy programs, day work programs, and more.

$630K in grants through the Nonprofit Solar Project made possible by contributions to the Environmental Sustainability Impact Fund in fiscal year 2022

Environmental Sustainability

Donations to this fund help to preserve, protect, and restore the environment while supporting greater awareness and education about our planet. Projects supported include conservation and restoration programs, climate justice, habitat protection, community gardens, watershed management, and solar initiatives.

Greatest Need

Donations to our Greatest Need Impact Fund support a timely response to urgent and crucial needs in Southern Arizona communities. This includes grants to address property destruction, violent acts, gap funding for nonprofits, unforeseen environmental needs, global pandemics, natural disasters, and more.

Healthy Communities

Access to basic needs, healthcare, and high-quality support programs is essential for a thriving community. This fund supports programs that increase access, such as food banks, transportation services, respite care, senior services, rural healthcare, veteran services, domestic violence programs, and diaper banks.

Housing

Safe, affordable housing is essential to creating a vibrant and equitable community. Donations to this fund will help address housing insecurity and homelessness in Southern Arizona. This includes shelters, cooling stations, family support programs, home repair programs, rental assistance programs, and advocacy.

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA)

Contributions to this fund help support programs and organizations that address systemic inequities and eliminate barriers that have historically prevented the full participation of all community members. This includes programs that support marginalized communities, individuals with disabilities, low-income individuals who need legal support, and more.

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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.

Civic Leadership Campaign

(July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022)

Alan and Sally Rohde Family Fund

Paul Lindsey and Kathy Alexander

Allen/Levin Charitable Fund

John and Laura Almquist

American Family Bill

Clyde Kunz and Brian Arthur

Collette Barajas

Missy and Tom Bowden

Arthur and Shirley Ann Breipohl

Fred and Martha Chaffee

James Comer

Harry Schloff and Edward Crozier

David J. Mungo Family Giving Fund

David and Norma Lewis Foundation

Cathy Davis

Nancy M. Davis

Susan Rotkis and Patrick DeConcini

Rafael Barcelo Durazo

Jenny Flynn

Anita and Bob Friesen

Paul and Mickie Gelsinger

James and Louise Glasser

Cindy Godwin

James and Loma Griffith

H2 Donor Advised Fund

Matthew and Serene Harrison

Marilyn Heins

Collier and Wyllstyne Hill

Howard V. Moore Foundation

JoAnne and Robert Hungate

Robert W. Hungate

Rex Vanard and Alvin Jenkins

Jim and Linda Britt Charitable Fund

Donald and Delores Johnson

Cat Kiesel

Bill and Kathy Kinney

Dale and Evelyn Kleinhans

Marian Lalonde

Megan Litwicki

Kelly Huber and Michael LeBlanc

Tamara and Brad McKinney

Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund

Emily L. Meschter

George and Catherine Monroe

Wanda and Jimmy Moore

Neal Charitable Fund

Michael W. and Santi

Kommareddi Nolan

Jeaiza Quinones Ivory

Reading RR Fund

Anne M. Reid

REM Investment Management, LLC

Stanley Riggenbach

Thomas Robertson III and Cynthia Robertson

Roediger Hoff, PLC

Mary and James Rowley

Olga Ryan

Satterberg Foundation

Grace Schmeiser

Georgia Schwartz

Patricia J. Simpson

Barbara Smith

Janet C. Spadora

Shari Stapleton-Smith

TenThirtyOne Fund

The Backcountry Fund

Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation

Topaz Fund

Allison Vaillancourt

Paula Van Ness

Taunya Villicana

Viola Steinfeld O’Neil First Family Fund

Steven Wagner

Kendal Washington White

Ronald Breiger and Linda Waugh

Michael Wiley

Craig and Patricia Wisnom

Through advocacy and bicycle salvage, BICAS provides affordable transportation, education, and creative recycling programs

Eckstrom Alley Clonz & Associates

Maribel L. Alvarez and Patricia Espinosa-Artiles

Fennemore Craig, P.C.

Jan Lesher

Mary Louise Luna

Carmen Marriott

Ron and Anne Marx

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Our Neighbors Farm & Pantry works to create a healthier and food secure community through education and increased access to quality food. More than a traditional food pantry, they grow a significant portion of the produce they distribute and offer opportunities for families to harvest their own food from the farm. to the greater Tucson community.
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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 have made a commitment to the future of our community by naming the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona in their will, qualified retirement plan, life insurance policy, trust, or other instruments.

We recognize these individuals and appreciate their generosity and thoughtfulness.

Legacy Society

(as of June 30, 2022)

Joel N. and Lidia H. Allen

Ann Shepherd Nursing Scholarship Fund

Barbara Soehnlen Legacy Fund

Barbara Z. Snyder Legacy Fund

Barby Philanthropic Foundation

Bateman Promise Award

Beth Vance Legacy Fund

Betsy Bolding Legacy Fund

Bill and Brenda Stillman

Scholarship Fund

Bill Haller and John Jackson Legacy Fund

Bill’s Bifocal Fund

Bob Kafes and Shelly Fishman

Legacy Endowment Fund

Bonnie L. Bradford Legacy Fund

Captain Keenie - Givin’ It All Away Fund

Carol and George Franklin Legacy Fund

Shirley J. Chann

The Cross Family Fund

Daniel B Chambers NAU

Marketing Scholarship Fund

David and Susan Gallaher

Legacy Fund

David Schaub Memorial Fund

Deanna Morken Legacy Fund

Dromgoole Charitable Fund

Earl Kai and Shirley Jo Chann Fund

Cathy and Terri Earnest

Claire M. Edgar

Edward B. Eneboe (EBE) Legacy Fund

Elizabeth and Keith Hege Legacy Fund

Elouise B. Goss Educational Fund

The Encore Fund

Eugene C. Gieseler and Carol

L. Gieseler Legacy Fund

Evan and Louise Kligman Family Fund

Even T. Collinsworth III Charitable Fund

Frank J. Stangel and Marjorie

M. Ford Charitable Fund

The Fred and Lois Moore Memorial Fund

Funk-Noffsinger Alliance Fund Endowment

Mary Gendron, Ph.D.

Gene and Barbara Riser Legacy Fund

Gerald and Emma Talen Fund

Gergen Family Fund for Old Pueblo Community Services

Graves - Magee Chartible Fund

Hostetler Endowment Fund

In Memory of Ruth Farwell Fund

Jacques-Wegner Family Fund

James W. and Charlotte Mullis Legacy Fund

Jeff Jones and Ann CrossJones Legacy Fund

Jennifer Mills Legacy Fund

Jill and Tim Holsonback

Legacy Fund

John and Barbara Thomas Fund

John and Laura Almquist Legacy Fund

Donald R and Delores J. Johnson

Joseph Leonard Brownlow, Jr. and Mary Jane Brownlow Legacy Fund

Judith and Michael Lefton Family Fund

Julia and Andre Pernet Legacy Fund

Kent R. Burbank and Vicente

A. Talanquer Legacy Fund

Eileen Graydon Ketchum

Linda S. Lage

Lesher Legacy Fund

Linda and Ray Carson Charitable Fund for Children and Families

The Linda Briggs Janning Fund

Carlton and Letticia Littell

Curtis Mack and Darrell Leetham

LMQ Endowment Fund

Loren A. and Virginia Vance Fund

Louis G. Petti and Cynthia S. Petti Legacy Fund

Love Our Neighbors Legacy Fund

Lucille Boilard-Harkin and

James M. Harkin Legacy Fund

Marcie Velen Legacy Fund

Mark and Nancy Siner Legacy Fund

Mark Rubin Fund

Mark Youran and Mary Kay

Pace Legacy fund

Marthena Maley Endowment Fund

James J. Leos and Clinton

Franklin McCall

Milligan Family Scholarship Endowment Fund

Miriam Kitmacher Legacy Fund

The Murphy Family Fund

Nadine H. Rund Endowment Fund

Fred R. and Olga Pace

Paul Lindsey and Kathy Alexander Charitable Fund

Pintor Family Fund

Caroline Ragano

Randall and Marcia Racine Fund

Richard Alan Foster Legacy Fund

Rich-Schmuker Legacy Fund

Rick and Holly Sack Legacy Fund

Rick and Linda Hanson Legacy Fund

Robert Goldstone Memorial Music Endowment

Rod and Vel Tizzard Charitable Fund

Vicki Rutter

Bruce A. Cameron and Mark W. Rosenbaum

Sandra Kunzman Legacy Fund

Sandra S. Powell Legacy Fund

Sarah Dinham Legacy Fund

Sarah Grace Fund

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The mission of Sol Dog Lodge and Training Center is to keep dogs in their homes with the people who love them.

Legacy Society

Schwartz Family Legacy Fund

Steve and Janice Wehmann Legacy Fund

Sue and Wally Burg Endowment Fund

Colonel Mary Pat Sullivan

Susan E. Dodd Legacy Fund

Sylvia Mulka Legacy Fund

Theresa Elizabeth Rope Miller Foundation

Thomas and Patricia Killoran Fund

Dr. Hugh and Allyn Thompson

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network Endowment Fund

Clyde J. Vallery

Virjinya Torrez Scholarship Fund

Vis Family Legacy Fund

Walter S. and Norma R. Mann Fund

Wernette Brown Legacy Fund

Wesley H. and Dolores M. Whitman Foundation Fund

William and Teresa Bendt

Endowed Legacy Fund

Ziolczyk Feline Fund

Alan F. Ziblat

Funds of the Foundation

(as of June 30, 2022)

100 Club of Southern Arizona

Samuel Winchester Morey Scholarship Fund

2Propel Fund

The A.V. and Margaret Grossetta Endowment Fund

ABBA’s Storehouse Fund

Administrative Endowment Fund

African American Legacy Fund

African American Legacy Project Fund

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

Amphi High Class of 1966 Memorial 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 So Arizona

Chapter Scholarship Fund

The BA Fund

Bank of Tucson Endowment

Barbara and Buddy Amos First Family Fund

The Barbara J. Hunter Fund

Barbara Soehnlen Fund

BB2 Donor Advised Fund

BD2 Donor Advised Fund

Beaham Youth Fund

Benjamin Bon Bustamante Memorial Fund

The Berger Performing Arts Center Fund

Betsy Bolding Fund

Betty Smedley Memorial Scholarship Fund

Bill 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

Bridget McCabe Memorial Scholarship Fund

Brinckerhoff Advised Fund

Brinckerhoff Family Fund

The Brunner 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

Cassetta Family Fund

Catherine Marie Mortensen

Scholarship Fund

Cecila Coon Botting Memorial Fund

Cecilia F. and Thomas H.

Peterson First Family Fund

CFSA Animal Welfare Impact Fund

CFSA Arts and Culture Impact Fund

CFSA Children and Youth Impact Fund

CFSA Education and Workforce Development Impact Fund

CFSA Environmental Impact Fund

CFSA Greatest Need Impact Fund

CFSA Healthy Communities Impact Fund

CFSA Housing Impact Fund

CFSA IDEA Impact 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

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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

Dabdoub Miller 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 Legacy 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

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

Elizabeth I. Alden and Jack Ogle Advised Fund

Elizabeth Thomson-Tolbert Endowment Fund

Elm Tree Scholarship Fund

Elsie M. Dailey Endowment for St. Ambrose School

Endowment for the Arts of Tucson Fund

Ernst and Young Children’s Fund

Esther N. Capin and Richard L. Capin Memorial Fund

Eugene C. and Gretchen W.

Edminster Family Legacy Fund

Evelyn Jay Fund

Excellent Educator and Student Integrity Fund

Fenster Family Foundation Fund

FHL Neighborhood Projects Fund

Fillman Gorin Fund

First Page Literacy Foundation

Five Daughters Fund

Floyd Community Foundation Campus Endowment Fund

The Floyd Fund

Foundation for Creative Broadcasting Fund

Fox-McCarthy Arizona Fund

Frances Holt Family Endowment Fund

Frank and Jessica Lazarus Fund

Frank Ledahawsky Fund

Franklin Family 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

Friedman Vallentine Siegfried Fund

Friends of Aphasia Fund

Friends of PACC Board Designated Reserve Fund

Fulton Family Charitable Fund

Gary P. Durrenberger Memorial Scholarship

GBL Family Fund

Geneal A. McMoran 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

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

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Children’s Museum Tucson provides fun, play-based, interactive, hands-on learning experiences for children and their families.

Funds of the Foundation

Continued

Handi-Dogs Endowment Fund

Hanna Miller and Luke Jakobsen Fund

The Harnden Family 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

Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter

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

Humane Society of Southern Arizona 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

Jan Thalberg Legacy 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

Jeanne C. Harry Restricted Endowment Fund

Jeanne C. Harry Unrestricted Endowment Fund

Jeffrey Guylas Charitable Fund

The Jesse Gelsinger Perpetual Giving 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

Kassie Davis and Bruce Beatus Fund

Kathleen Rector First Family Fund

Kathryn A. Pabst Memorial Fund

Kathryn Pooler Fund for St. Philip’s Preservation Endowment

Kavazanjian Family Charitable Fund

Keith Murfee-DeConcini 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

Laura Smallhouse Fund

Leonard L. White Educational Fund

Lew Murphy Mayor’s Fund for Children

LGBT&S Alliance FundFunk/Noffsinger Endowment

LGBT&S 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

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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

Madden Family Donor

Advised Fund

Maggie Craig Chrisman Fund Mansell Fund

Marana High Alumni

Scholarship

Marcia Grand Endowment Fund

Marcia Grand 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 Michael and Katharine Anderson Family Fund

The Mike and Laura Sullivan Donor Advised Fund

Mildred F. Mahoney Memorial Fund

Mining Education Legacy Fund

Monte A. and Susan D. Webb

Legacy Fund

Montgomery Prize Award Fund

Moore Family Fund

Mullis 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 and Community Collaboration 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

Patrick W. O’Hair Charitable Fund

Paul Lindsey and Kathy

Alexander Charitable Fund

Paula Van Ness Fund

Pauline Miguel Scholarship Fund

Peter F. Salomon 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

Real Need Fund

Redondo Days Endowment 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

Rose N Gordon Memorial Fund

Rotary Club of Tucson Fund

Roy A. Johnson Organ Scholarship Fund

Ruth Alexander Endowment Fund

Ruth Hannley Family Fund

Ryan McCray Memorial Scholarship

RYUNA Fund

Saddlebrooke Community Outreach Scholarship

Endowment Fund

Sandra Weber Memorial Scholarship Fund

Sankofa Fund

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Funds of the Foundation

Continued

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-Betsy Bolding Resiliency and Constancy 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

Splendido Residents Association Endowment Fund

Splendido Residents

Association Scholarship Fund

St. Andrew’s Children’s Match Fund

St. Andrew’s Episcopal/ Hixson Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Stocker Foundation Fund

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Event Fund

Stone Canyon Community Foundation Fund

Stone Canyon Community Legacy Fund

Sue Ann Reynolds Tuc

Society of Women Physicians Endowment

Sue Ann Reynolds Tuc.

Society of Women Physicians Endowment

Sunstreet Fund

The Susan Finley Fund

SVP Tucson Capacity Building Fund

The Reading RR Fund

The Stonewall Foundation 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

True Concord Reserve Fund

Tucson Audubon Society

Esperanza Easement Fund

Tucson Change Fund

Tucson Charter Review Committee 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 Symphony Orchestra Endowment 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

Virginia Sugg Furrow Foundation

Visiting Nurses Association Fund

Viva La Vida Local Fund

The Wahlfeld Family Fund

Walt Whitman Endowment Fund

Walter S. and Norma R. Mann Fund

Waterfall Family Fund

The Wave 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

Greater Tucson Fire Foundation provides firefighters in Southern Arizona with services in the areas of cardiac health and fitness, cancer awareness and prevention, and mental health and wellness.

Southern Arizona Indicators Project Fund

Southern Arizona Senior Pride Fund

Sylvia Stan Mulka Endowment for the LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

Sylvia Stan Mulka Fund

Tennis for Tucson Fund

The Promontory Fund

Tucson Chinese Cultural Center Endowment Fund

Tucson Connected Fund

Tucson Festival of Books Fund

Tucson Museum of Art Fund

Vetter-Chen Donor Advised Fund

Viner Foundation Fund

Viola Steinfeld O’Neil First Family Fund

Viola Steinfeld O’Neil Fund

YWCA of Southern Arizona Endowed Fund

Z Fund

Z Project Fund

Zonta Fund

Zonta Match Fund

40 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022

CFSA Administrative Endowment

Contributing Funds

Aaron Avery Wood

Brinckerhoff Administrative Endowment Fund

Bank of America Administrative Endowment Fund

Bettina and Dan Lyons

Administrative. Endowment Fund

Brenda B. and John Even Administrative Endowment Fund

Bruce and Katie Dusenberry Administrative Endowment Fund

Edward S. Frohling

Administrative. Endowment Fund

Harris Trust Bank of Arizona Administrative Endowment Fund

Intergroup of Arizona Administrative Endowment Fund

Joann & Edgar Butterbaugh Fund

Marshall and Ilsley Trust Company Administrative Endowment

National Bank of Arizona Administrative Endowment Fund

Competitive Grant Recipients

(July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022)

Northern Trust Bank of Arizona Administrative Endowment Fund Phelps Dodge Foundation Administrative Endowment Fund

Philip and Barbara J. Smith Administrative Endowment Fund

Southwest Gas Administrative. Fund

Sundt Corporation Administrative Endowment Fund

Tucson Electric Power Community Fund

William B. and Ann Laurie Moore Family Administrative Endowment Fund

African American Legacy Fund

African American Museum of Southern Arizona

Barbea Williams Performing Company Books for Classrooms

Diversity in Dentistry Mentorships

Sickle Cell Foundation of Southern Arizona

Tucson Educational Empowerment for Minorities

CORE Grants

Act One

Adult Literacy Plus of Southwest Arizona

AGR Foundation Inc. (Sol Dog Lodge)

Amerind Foundation, Inc.

Amistad y Salud

Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc.

Arivaca Coordinating

Council-Human Resource Group, Inc.

Arizona Justice For Our Neighbors

Bisbee Science Exploration & Research Center

Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS)

Border Youth Tennis Exchange, Inc.

Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee

Boys to Men Tucson, Inc.

Cihuapactli Collective Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona

Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona

The Drawing Studio, Inc.

Friends of Aphasia

Grace-St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Greater Tucson Fire Foundation

Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc.

Growth Partners Arizona

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Tucson

Higher Ground A Resource Center

Integrative Touch for Kids

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona

Our Neighbors Farm & Pantry

Parent Aid - Child Abuse

Prevention Center, Inc.

Patagonia Regional Times

Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center

Sahuarita Food Bank

SARSEF: Southern Arizona

Research, Science and Engineering Foundation

ScholarshipsA-Z

Sonora Environmental Research Institute, Inc.

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports

Southern Arizona Association for the Education of Young Children

Southern Arizona Senior Pride

Southside Presbyterian Church

Southwest Center for Economic Integrity

Southwest Fair Housing Council

Sr. Jose Women’s Center

The Inn of Southern Arizona

Tucson Children’s Museum, Inc.

Tucson Youth Music Center

UA Foundation - College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

UA Foundation - UA College of Education

Watershed Management Group, Inc.

Willcox Theater and Arts, Inc.

COVID-19 Community Support Fund

Ajo Center for Sustainable Agriculture

American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter

Arivaca Coordinating

Council-Human Resource Group, Inc.

Arivaca Helping Hearts

Community Action Human Resources Agency

Community Food Bank, Inc.

Crossroads Mission

East Santa Cruz County Community Food Bank

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports provides recreation, fitness, and sports opportunities for people with disabilities.

ARSOBO Arizona Sonora Border Projects for Inclusion

Bi-National Arts Institute

Junior Achievement of Arizona

Just Communities Arizona

Step Up to Justice

Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc.

Food Bank of Tombstone, Inc

Marshall Home For Men, Inc.

Our Neighbors Farm & Pantry

41 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022

Santa Cruz Training Programs, Inc.

St. Francis Shelter

Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc.

Willcox Community Food Pantry

Endowment for the Arts Fund

Ajo Council for the Fine Arts

Central School Project, Inc.

Hellene Henrikson

Legacy Fund

Arizona State Schools for the Deaf and the Blind

Eagles Wings of Grace Intl.

Grand Canyon Synod of the ELCA

Interfaith Community Services

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

NAMI of Southern Arizona

Navajo Evangelical Lutheran Mission Inc.

Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center

Protestant Episcopal Church Diocese of Arizona

Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc.

Southern Arizona Animal Food Bank, Inc.

Sr. Jose Women’s Center

St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church

Sunnyside Unified School District Foundation, Inc.

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc.

Youth On Their Own

YWCA of Southern Arizona

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS)

Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc., Tucson

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc.

Old Pueblo Community Services

Our Family Services, Inc.

Pima Council on Aging, Inc.

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc.

Southern Arizona Senior Pride Splinter Art and Community Fund

Tucson Alliance for Housing Justice

Tucson LGBT Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Lyons Children’s Refugee Assistance Fund

Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Inc.

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, Inc.

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Phil and Carol Lyons Family Fund

Backyard Healthcare Project

Community Food Bank, Inc.

Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships

Flagstaff Shelter Services, Inc.

Handi-Dogs, Inc.

Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona, Inc.

Interfaith Community Services

ScholarshipsA-Z

St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc.

Tynkertopia, Inc.

YWCA of Southern Arizona

Santa Cruz Community Foundation

Angel Heart Pajama Project

Border Youth Tennis Exchange, Inc.

Child Health & Resilience

Mastery

Family Health Care Amigos

Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc.

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Patagonia Creative Arts Association

Patagonia Regional Times

Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc.

The United Way of Santa Cruz County Arizona, Inc.

Shaaron Kent Endowment Fund - End of Life

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc.

Tu Nidito Children and Family Services

Step Up to Justice

Shaaron Kent Endowment - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Biblioteca Pública de San Miguel de Allende

Casa Hogar Santa Julia don Bosco

Escuela de Educacion Especial de San Miguel

Feed the Hungry

Fundación de Apoyo Infantil

Jóvenes Adelante, A.C.

Mitigare Cuidados Paliativos

Ojala Niños, A.C.

Unidos Somos Familia, A.C.

South32 Hermosa Community Fund

Border Youth Tennis Exchange, Inc.

Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace

Using gardens as educational spaces, The University of Arizona’s Community and School Garden Program served over 44,000 K-12 students and trained 450 K-12 educators in fiscal year 2022. 42 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022

Competitive Grant Recipients

Continued

Family Health Care Amigos

Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc.

Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc.

International Association of Lions Clubs

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Mariposa Community Health Center

Nogales/ Santa Cruz County Public Library

Patagonia Community United Methodist Church

Patagonia Creative Arts Association

The Patagonia Museum

Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club

Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc.

Santa Cruz Training Programs, Inc.

Sierra Vista Symphony Association

Sky Islands Tourism Association

Society for Bevel Intentions, Inc.

Stone Canyon Community Foundation

Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation

Aviva Children’s Services

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

Casa de los Niños, Inc.

El Grupo Youth Cycling

Higher Ground A Resource Center

Imago Dei Middle School

Interfaith Community Services

Junior Achievement of Arizona Literacy Connects

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest Make Way for Books

Our Family Services, Inc.

Painted Sky Elementary School PTO

Project Access, Inc

San Miguel High School

SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation

Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired

STEP: Student Expedition Program

Youth On Their Own

Donor Advised Grant Recipients

(July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022)

4Tucson, Inc.

ACLU Foundation of Arizona

Act One

Alley Cat Allies, Inc.

The American AntiVivisection Society

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc.

American Civil Liberties Union of Washington Foundation

American Heart Association, Inc.

American Legion

American National Red Cross

American Red Cross, Southern Arizona Chapter

Amerind Foundation, Inc.

Amigos de Educacion de Alamos

Amistad y Salud

Amphitheater Public Schools Foundation, Inc.

Angel Charity for Children, Inc.

Animal League of Green Valley Animal Loving Friends, Inc.

Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting

Arizona Community Foundation

Arizona Council on Economic Education

Arizona Early Music Society

Arizona Food Bank Network

Arizona Fraternal Order of Police Foundation, Inc.

Arizona Historical Society

Arizona Humane Society

Arizona Land and Water Trust

Arizona Opera Company

Arizona State University Foundation

Arizona Theatre Company

Arizona-Sonora Desert

Museum, Inc.

ARSOBO Arizona Sonora

Border Projects for Inclusion

Arts for All, Inc.

Assistance League of Tucson, Inc.

Backyard Healthcare Project

The Bail Project

Ballet Arts Foundation

Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund

Banner Health Foundation

Barbea Williams Performance Company

Be Kind People Project

Foundation

Beacon Group SW, Inc.

Beads of Courage Inc

Beloit College

Best Friends Animal Society

Bethany Christian Services

Bethlehem Association

Bethlehem University Foundation

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Arizona

Bigfork Museum of Art & History

Bisbee Science Exploration & Research Center

Books for Classrooms

Bootstraps to Share of Tucson, Inc. (BICAS)

Border Solidarity

Border Youth Tennis Exchange, Inc.

Boys & Girls Club of Bisbee

Boys & Girls Club of Sierra Vista Inc.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

Boys to Men Tucson, Inc.

The CALL Campus Crusade for Christ Inc.

43 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022
Through research, advocacy, enforcement, and community outreach, Southwest Fair Housing Council helps more people achieve equal access to housing. The organization provides comprehensive services to address all forms of illegal discrimination related to housing.

Donor Advised Grant Recipients

Candlelighters Childhood

Cancer Foundation of Southern Arizona

CARE

Casa de los Niños, Inc.

Casa Maria Catholic Worker

CASA Support Council for Pima County, Inc.

Casady School

Cascade Public Media

Cascadia College Foundation

Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona, Inc.

Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Inc.

Catholic Foundation for the Diocese of Tucson

Catholic Relief Services

Center for Action and Contemplation, Inc.

Center for Biological Diversity, Inc.

Center for National Independence in Politics

The Center for Women’s History and Leadership

The Centurions

Charity Navigator

Children’s Action AlliancePhoenix Office

Children’s Clinics for Rehabilitative Services

Children’s Medical Center Foundation

Children’s Music Fund

Claws and Paws Rescue, Inc.

Climate Emergency Fund

Cody’s Friends, Inc.

The Commons: Center for Food Security and Sustainability

Community Food Bank, Inc.

Community Home Repair Projects of Arizona

Community Partners

Congregation Beth Israel

Congregation M Kor Hayim

Connecticut Community Foundation, Inc.

Conquistadores Youth Golf Fund

Construyendo Circules De Paz-Constructing Circles of Peace

Cornerstone Services

Corpus Christi Parish

Crafting Kind Kids

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

David A Paige Foundation

Days for Girls International

Defenders of the Black Hills, Inc.

Defenders of Wildlife

Denver Center for the Performing Arts

Desert Cat Rescue & Sanctuary of Arizona - DCRSA

Desert Christian Schools, Inc.

Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona

Disabled American Veterans

Disbursing Real Educational Academic Minority Scholarships

Diversity In Dentistry Mentorships, Inc.

Doctors Without Borders USA, Inc.

The Drawing Studio, Inc. Dream Volunteers

Dunbar Coalition, Inc.

Earn to Learn

Eastside Audubon Society

Echoing Hope Ranch

Edge School, Inc.

Educational Enrichment Foundation

Ekvn-Yefolecv

El Grupo Youth Cycling

El Rio Health Center Foundation, Inc.

Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse

Empower Coalition, Inc.

Episcopal Relief and Development

Equal Justice Initiative

Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary

Equinimity, Inc.

Ethel Walker Charitable & Educational Foundation

Evanston Roundtable Media

Family Health Care Amigos

Feeding America

Finally My Forever Home Rescue

First Congregational Church of Madison Foundation, Inc.

Flagstaff Shelter Services, Inc.

Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, Inc.

Foothills Animal Rescue, Inc

Foundation For Creative Broadcasting, Inc.

Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation

Frankie V Polletta Charitable Foundation

Friends In Deed Foundation, Inc.

Friends of Bisbee Animal Shelter

Friends of Pima Animal Care Center

Friends of Sabino Canyon, Inc.

Friends of Tucson’s Birthplace

Funeral Consumers Alliance of Arizona, Inc.

Future Economy Collective

Gabriel’s Angels

Gallaudet University

Georgia Okeeffe Museum

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona

Give2Asia Go Near Ministry

Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona

Gospel Rescue Mission, Inc.

Grace-St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Grand Canyon Trust

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Through educational programs and professional services, Watershed Management Group empowers thousands of people each year to conserve water, recharge the aquifer, and restore the Sonoran Desert.
Community Foundation
Southern Arizona

Greater Tucson Fire Foundation

Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc.

The Gregory School

Growth Partners Arizona

Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc.

Habitat for Humanity Tucson, Inc.

HALO Animal Rescue

Handi-Dogs, Inc.

Hands of a Friend MANOS

Amigas, Inc.

Hansen Foundation for Education

The Haven, Inc.

Hebrew Free Loan Association of Tucson

Helping Ourselves Pursue Enrichment, Inc.

Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter

HIAS, Inc.

High Atlas Foundation

Higher Ground A Resource Center

Hillel The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life

Holy Redeemer Catholic Church

Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church

Homicide Survivors, Inc.

Hope Animal Shelter, Inc.

Hopi Education Endowment Fund

Housing Justice League, Inc.

Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona, Inc.

Humane Society of Southern Arizona

I Am You 360

Illinois Arts Alliance

Imagination Stage, Inc.

Imago Dei Middle School

Indigenous Educational Network of Turtle Island

Integrative Touch for Kids

Intercultural Center for the Study of Deserts and Oceans, Inc.

Interfaith Community Services

Intermountain Deaconess

Children’s Services

International Association of Lions Clubs

International Fund for Animal Welfare, Inc.

International School for Peace

Itty Bitty Bottle Babies, Inc.

Izi Azi Foundation

Jazz in January, Inc.

Jewish Family and Children’s Services of Southern Arizona, Inc.

Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona

Jewish History Museum

JobPath, Inc

Judicial Watch, Inc.

Junior Achievement of Arizona

The Junior State of America Foundation

Just Communities Arizona

Kino Border Initiative

La Jolla Playhouse

Laramie County Community College Foundation

Law College Association of the University of Arizona

Lead Guitar

League of Women Voters of Arizona

Legal Voice Literacy Connects

Literacy Network

Loft Cinema, Inc.

Looking Out Foundation

LULAC Foundation of Arizona

LULAC of Arizona

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

Make Way for Books

Marcus J Borg Foundation, Inc.

Mariposa Community Health Center

Marshall Home For Men, Inc.

Mayfield Education and Research Foundation

Mayo Clinic Medical Students for Choice

Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund

Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinsons Research

Minot State University

Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona

Moon & Stars Animal Rescue

Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson

NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

NAMI of Southern Arizona

Natick Performing Arts Center, Inc.

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc.

National Book Foundation, Inc.

National College for DUI Defense Foundation

National Network of Abortion Funds

National Wildlife Federation

Native American Advancement Foundation, Inc.

Native Seeds/SEARCH

Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.

Nature Conservancy of Arizona

Nebraska Czechs of Wilber

NEO Philanthropy, Inc.

No Kid Hungry by Share Our Strength

No Kill Pima County

Nogales/ Santa Cruz County Public Library Not My Kid, Inc.

Ohio Wesleyan University

Old Pueblo Trolley, Inc.

Optimum Health Institute San Diego

Our Family Services, Inc.

Our Neighbors Farm & Pantry

Overlake Medical Center Foundation

Owl & Panther

Patagonia Area Resource Alliance

Patagonia Community United Methodist Church

45 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022
Border Youth Tennis Exchange uses a combination of sports, art, and academic instruction to support vulnerable youth on both sides of the US-México border in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, México.

Donor Advised Grant Recipients

Continued

Patagonia Creative Arts Association

The Patagonia Museum

Patagonia Regional Times

Patagonia Youth Enrichment Center

Patagonia-Sonoita Rotary Club

Patronato San Xavier

Paws 4 Life AZ

Paws Patrol, Inc.

PAWSitively Cats

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

PGA Foundation, Inc.

Phoenix Rescue Mission

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.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas

The Podium Society

The Primavera Foundation, Inc.

Project Syncere

PTA Arizona Congress of Parents & Teachers, Inc.

PTA Florida Congress

Puppies Behind Bars, Inc.

Red Cloud Indian School

Reid Park Zoological Society, Inc.

Rogue Theatre

Rolling Thunder Charities

Ronald McDonald House

Charities of Southern Arizona

Roots & Roads Community Hospice Foundation

Sahuarita Food Bank

Salvation Army - Green Valley Service Center

The Salvation Army - Tucson

San Miguel High School

Santa Cruz Advocates for the Arts

Santa Cruz Council on Aging, Inc.

Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts

Santa Cruz Humane Society, Inc.

Santa Cruz Training Programs, Inc.

Santa Rita Abbey, Inc.

SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science and Engineering Foundation

Save the Children Federation, Inc.

Saving at Risk Animals

ScholarshipsA-Z

Second Harvest Heartland

Senior Citizen One Stop Information Center

Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers of the Green Valley District, Inc.

Shriners Hospitals for Children

Sickle Cell Foundation of Arizona, Inc.

Sierra Club Foundation

Sierra Vista Symphony Association

Sky Island Alliance

Sky Islands Tourism Association

Smile Train, Inc.

Society for Bevel Intentions, Inc.

Soroptimist International of Desert Tucson

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired

Southern Arizona Cat Rescue

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Inc.

Southern Arizona Senior Pride

Southern Poverty Law Center, Inc.

Southwest Center for Economic Integrity

Southwest Fair Housing Council

Spay and Neuter Solutions

Special Needs Solutions, Inc.

Sr. Jose Women’s Center

St Michael & All Angel

Episcopal

St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

St. Luke’s in the Desert, Inc.

Steady Strides Riding Center

Step Up to Justice

STEP: Student Expedition Program

Steven M. Gootter Foundation

Stronger Together

Community Services, Inc.

Student Mobilization, Inc.

Tanque Verde Lutheran Church

Team Hoyt Arizona

TEEM - Tucson Education

Empowerment for Minorities

Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc.

Temple Emanu-El

The Chicago High School for the Arts

The Good Brothers Foundation

The Inn of Southern Arizona

Therapeutic Riding of Tucson, Inc.

Tohono Chul Park, Inc.

Tourette Association of America

Trans Lifeline Treasures 4 Educators, Inc.

The Trevor Project

Trustees of Phillips Academy

Tu Nidito Children and Family Services

Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus

Tucson Audubon Society

Tucson Botanical Gardens

Tucson C.A.R.E.S., Inc.

Tucson Cancer Conquerors, Inc.

Tucson Children’s Museum, Inc.

Tucson Conquistadores Foundation

Tucson Country Day School, Inc.

Tucson Desert Song Festival

Tucson Festival of Books

Tucson Girls Chorus Association, Inc.

Tucson Guitar Society

Edge High School provides an alternative to traditional education for youth who have dropped out of the public school system or are at risk of dropping out.
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Tucson Hebrew Academy

Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc.

Tucson Jewish Community Center, Inc.

Tucson Medical Center Foundation

Tucson Museum of Art

Tucson Pops Orchestra

Tucson Presidio Trust for Historic Preservation

Tucson Symphony Society

Tucson Wildlife Center, Inc.

Tucson Youth Music Center

Tucson-Pima Library Foundation

Tunnel to Towers Foundation

Tynkertopia, Inc.

UA Foundation - Arizona

Public Media

UA Foundation - Athletics Department

UA Foundation - College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

UA Foundation - College of Fine Arts

UA Foundation - College of Medicine

UA Foundation - College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

UA Foundation - Eller College of Management

UA Foundation - Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

UA Foundation - Norton School

UA Foundation - SALT Center

UA Foundation - Sarver Heart Center

UA Foundation - Tucson Village Farm

UA Foundation - Tumamoc Community Outreach

UA Foundation - UA College of Education

UA Foundation - UA College of Science

UA Foundation - UA Poetry Center

United Help Ukraine

United States Fund for UNICEF

United States Golf Association

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona, Inc.

University of Arizona Foundation

University of California Irvine Foundation

University of Chicago

University of Wisconsin Foundation

Urban Autism Solutions

Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States

Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc.

Watershed Management Group, Inc.

Western USA Lieutenancy of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.

The Willa Cather Foundation

William E. Morris Institute for Justice

The Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona World Central Kitchen, Inc.

Wounded Warrior Project, Inc.

WXXI Public Broadcasting Council

YMCA of Southern Arizona

Youth Eastside Services

Youth On Their Own

YWCA of Southern Arizona

Leadership, Volunteers, and Staff 2021-2022

Board of Trustees

Styne Hill, Chair (starting January 2022)

Jan Lesher, Chair (through December 2021)

Ron Marx, PhD, Vice Chair

Daniel Arana, Secretary

Herbert J. Hoffman, Treasurer

Faisal Adil

Maribel Alvarez, PhD

Colette Barajas

Fred Chaffee

Marcel Dabdoub

Nicollette Daly, CPA

Nancy Davis

Rafael Barceló Durazo, ExOfficio

Matthew Harrison

Clyde Kunz

Marian LaLonde, Ex-Officio

Wanda Moore

Richard Mundinger

Ethan Orr, PhD

Anne Roediger

Barbara Smith

Allison Vaillancourt, PhD

Taunya Villicana

Steven Wagner, JD, CPA

Kendal Washington White, PhD

Governance Committee

Fred Chaffee, Chair

Styne Hill

Jan Lesher

Ron Marx, PhD

Marian LaLonde

Kendal Washington White, PhD

Executive Committee

Styne Hill, Chair

Ron Marx, PhD, Vice Chair

Daniel Arana

Nancy Davis

Herbert J. Hoffman

Jan Lesher

Ethan Orr, PhD

Marcel Dabdoub

Marian LaLonde

Fred Chaffee

Community Investment Team

Ethan Orr, PhD, Chair

Allison Vaillancourt, PhD, Vice Chair

Tammi Barrick

Fred Chaffee

Cindy Godwin

Styne Hill

Jan Lesher

Anne Maley

Carlos Michel

Isaac Rothschild

Erin Russ

Barbara Smith

Karin Uhlich

Finance and Audit Committee

Herbert J. Hoffman, Chair

Anne Roediger, Vice Chair

Bob Friesen

Styne Hill

Jan Lesher

Gerald Miron

Richard Mundinger

Luke Schneider

Investment Committee

Nancy Davis, Chair

R. Michael Sullivan, Vice Chair

Mary Bernal

Nicollette Daly

Yamen Fellah

James Good

Matthew Haertzen

Matthew Harrison

Styne Hill

Jan Lesher

Richard Mundinger

Gordon Reynolds

Melody Robidoux

African American Legacy Fund Advisory Board

Kendal Washington White, PhD, Chair

John-Peter Wilhite, Vice Chair

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Leadership, Volunteers, and Staff 2021-2022

Cydne Bolton

Trehon Cockrell-Coleman

Dr. Sylvester Gaskin

Ashley La Russa

Dr. Shannon Roberts

Jeffrey Sawyer

Timothy Williams

Anthony Young

Campus Advisory Board

Phil Amos, Chair

Richard Mundinger

Jan Lesher

Gerald Miron

Jim Murphy

Anne Roediger

Lauren Ortega

Tom Warne

LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund Advisory Board

Kent Burbank, Chair

Kristen Birner, Emeritus

Tabitha Fox, Emeritus

Cynthia Garcia, Emeritus

Kimberly Kotov

Deanna Lewis

JP Martin

Sylvia Mulka, Emeritus

Douglas Noffsinger, Emeritus

Adam Ragan

Candace Shelton

Ethan Smith Cox

Jason Thorpe

Karin Uhlich, Emeritus

Pima Alliance for Animal Welfare Advisory Board

Tammi Barrick, Chair

Katie Beddingfield

Monica Dangler

Ashley Davis

Lindsey Dittmer

Kim Eisele

Dr. Francisco Garcia, MD, MPH

Harbhajan Khalsa

Diann Neal

Laura O’Brien

Cara Ryan

Marcie Velen

Professional Advisory Committee

Steven C. Wagner, JD, CPA, Chair

Laura Alexander, MA, CFRE

Sandra Bensley

Janet Davis, CPA, CFP

W. Craig (Hoot) Gibson, CLU

Matthew Harrison, CFA

Doug Haynes, CFP

Jeff Hicks, 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

Jordan Underhill, CRPC

Sherri L. Vis, MBA

Craig Hunter Wisnom, Esq.

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

Staff 2021-2022

Jenny Flynn, President and CEO

Shari Stapleton-Smith, Executive Assistant to the President and CEO - HR Manager

Paula Van Ness, Director, Center for Healthy Nonprofits

Rose Snyder, Coordinator, Center for Healthy Nonprofits

Georgia Schwartz, Manager, Community Foundation Campus

Kjersten Erikson, Assistant Manager, Community Foundation Campus

Jeaiza Quiñones Ivory, Director, Community Investments

Natalia Gabrielsen, Program Manager, Community Investments

David Gardner, Program Manager, Community Investments

Enedina Miller, Program Manager, Community Investments

Missy Bowden, Chief Financial Officer, Finance

Jeanne Alegria, Accountant, Finance

Lahsha Brown, Grants Finance Associate, Finance

Cat Kiesel, Accounting Manager, Finance

Anne Reid, Gift and Fund Coordinator, Finance

Andrés Cano, Director, LGBTQ+ Alliance Fund

Tamara McKinney, Senior Director, Marketing and Communications

Megan Litwicki, Manager, Marketing and Communications

Mark Montoya, Chief Operating Officer (through February 2022)

Emily Walsh, Chief Operating Officer (starting June 2022)

Michael Wiley, Data Systems Manager, Operations

Kelly Huber, Vice President for Philanthropy, Philanthropy

Mary Louise Luna, Senior Director of Gift Planning, Philanthropy

Laura Maher, Major Gifts Officer, Philanthropy

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

48 Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Report to the Community Fiscal Year 2022
5049 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 201 Tucson, Arizona 85711 Phone 520-770-0800 | Fax 520-770-1500 www.cfsaz.org
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