Arizona Humanities Council Grant



Organization - Arizona Humanities Council
Grant Amount - $20,000
Foundation - Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
Grant Purpose - To support technology upgrades including hardware, software and website development.


Similar Grants

Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Library System - $159,000 from the Gates Foundation - to provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees

Anne Arundel County Public Library - $12,000 from the Gates Foundation - to provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees

Arlington Public Library System - $33,000 from the Gates Foundation - to provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library - $180,000 from the Gates Foundation - to provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees

Berks County Public Libraries - $144,000 from the Gates Foundation - to provide sustainable public access computer hardware and software upgrades to previous grantees

  

Recent News from Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust


COVID-19 crisis as a catalyst for innovation and equity in health care

Dr. Samitt of Blue Cross Blue Shield said health plans “should be in the racial inequality business, the social disparity business … and even the...more

Bridging the connectivity gap to help carers care

Social care services are already stretched and with the COVID-19 pandemic it's even harder with an increase in isolation and loneliness due...more

Stanbic National Schools Championship and Its impact on Improving Education in Uganda

We spoke to Barbara Kasekende, the Manager Corporate Social Investment (CSI) at Stanbic Bank about the journey so far and what to expect...more

Switching to for-profit provides focus, runway for large-scale impact – Komaza CEO

I don't think the words impact investing existed 15 years ago. Or if they did, it was in academic papers, it wasn't considered as an emerging asset...more

Tekun has disbursed RM28m to 3900 micro-entrepreneurs, says Wan Junaidi

Tekun has disbursed RM28m to 3,900 micro-entrepreneurs, says Wan ... the entrepreneurs under its agencies as well as social media influencers...more

ConveGenius Acquires Gray Matters To Boosts AI-Based Assessment Products
Foundation: Dell Foundation, Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, Michael and Susan Dell Foundation

... to the bottom 100 million children in India at an affordable price point, done in a viable manner, is a tough social entrepreneurship problem to...more

Entrepreneur AJ Cartas Helping International Brands Enter US Market with Social Media

Social media is here to stay and the longer it's around, the more opportunities it will present. That's what entrepreneur AJ Cartas found out. Cartas...more

Failure to support women's enterprise could lead to 'catastrophic economic impact'

The WEPG is a national coalition of leading women entrepreneurs, researchers, business support providers and social entrepreneurs. The...more

Mellon Foundation Provides Grants for Prison Education Services
Foundation: Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded 15 emergency grants totaling $1.5 million to help providers of higher education in prisons. According...more

Health Foundation of Kershaw County accepting grant requests

The Health Foundation of Kershaw County (HFKC) will begin accepting applications for grants beginning September 1. The application process...more

Social Enterprise Network Sites




Social Entrepreneurship
Spotlight



Using Crowd-Sourced Technology for Social Good


Using Crowd-Sourced Technology for Social Good

Crowd-sourcing is deemed an effective and useful tool to preserve and protect the earth’s species. As proof, the International Barcode of Life (iBOL) summons citizens around the world to collect samples to assist universities, natural history museums and research institutes.


Unable to select database


Federal Government Grant and Assistance Programs



Edited by: Michael Saunders

© 2008-2020 Copyright Michael Saunders