Community Foundation for Southern Arizona



The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is the community foundation serving Pima and Santa Cruz counties. It is made up of more than 475 funds representing individuals, families, organizations and corporations.


The Foundation's assets total more than $99 million and as one of the region's largest grantmaking organizations, in fiscal 2005-2006, we distributed more than $8 million to nonprofit and charitable organizations. Since our inception in 1980, we've granted more than $83 million and rank in the top 10 percent of foundations nationwide.


Web Address

www.cfsoaz.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @SoAZCommunityFd

Community Foundation Background


  

Recent News from Community Foundation for Southern Arizona


Essential strategies to increase nonprofit capacity
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, Ford Foundation

... a trusted philanthropic partner helping hundreds of individuals, families and businesses by ... the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, the Center for Effective Philanthropy and...more

Partnerships help to improve rural County library
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

... youth collections at the library, which were purchased with support from the Troller Fund, held at the Community Foundation for Southern...more

23 nonprofits in Southern Arizona get funding for basic operations
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

CFSA has been providing philanthropic support for individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits here since 1980. Donor increases this year...more

Opening of 'We Are Artists' draws a crowd
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

... the Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Santa Cruz Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Community Foundation for Southern...more

Richard Elias: It's time to give all Pima County children access to quality preschools
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Supporters include the Metropolitan Education Commission, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, the Community Food Bank of...more

Vitalyst Health Foundation Awards $564700 In Innovation Grants To Four Arizona Projects ...
Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

“Each of our grant-funded partners has shown a thoughtful approach to improving community health by working with a broad coalition of partners...more

Vitalyst Health Foundation awards $564700 in innovation grants
Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Vitalyst Health Foundation has partnered with the Arizona Community Foundation, the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona and The...more

Nonprofits plan events for Arizona Gives Day
Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: FirstBank; Platinum Sponsor: Matson Money;Silver Sponsors: Arizona Community Foundation, BHHS...more

More than 720 nonprofits register for Arizona Gives Day
Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

Other sponsors are: Silver – Arizona Community Foundation, BHHS Legacy Foundation, Freeport McMoRan Foundation, Hickey Family...more

Making Action Possible Dashboard: Measuring progress, inspiring action
Foundation: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona

The MAP was formed through a unique partnership between the University of Arizona, Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, and the...more

Geographic Focus

Pima County, AZ
Santa Cruz County, AZ

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New UK Research Body to Drive Progress in Social Investment

The government-backed Social Investment Research Council is newly formed to hatch practical insights into social investment market products, and the investors needed to finance them.


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