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Grants

Prescott CARES Program – Applications Open

The City of Prescott has launched the “Prescott CARES” Program. The city has been awarded a $427,000 grant to help Prescott residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic. Funds will help qualifying Prescott residents with rent, mortgage and utility payments and support struggling businesses. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic uncertainty to many individuals, families

Non-profits

Sparklight® Opens Applications for Charitable Giving Fund to Support Nonprofit Organizations

Applications are now open for the Sparklight® Charitable Giving Fund, which will annually award $200,000 in grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. “We are committed to connecting customers in the cities and towns we serve to what matters most,” said Julie Laulis, President and CEO. “Through our philanthropic initiatives and partnerships, we provide support for nonprofit organizations to build strong

State

Governor Ducey Announces $250,000 To Support Local Economic Recovery

Governor Doug Ducey announced $250,000 contributing to the launch of the Arizona Economic Recovery Center, led by Local First Arizona, to help local businesses and rural communities apply for and win competitive federal economic recovery grants. “As our economy continues to reach new heights, local businesses and organizations across the state should have easy access

Non-profits

Community Impact Grant Cycle Opens!

Each year, United Way of Yavapai County provides a Community Impact funding opportunity. This year’s opening date will be March 8th. Our grant program is open to verifiable 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and must be used exclusively in Yavapai County. The application process utilizes our online portal, e-CImpact. This user-friendly platform covers all aspects of our Community Impact Program:

State

Governor Ducey Provides Additional Funding To Support Local Restaurants

Governor Doug Ducey today announced an additional $2 million to further help local restaurants and other dining establishments expand outdoor dining, protect patrons and staff, and limit the spread of COVID-19. “Arizona restaurant owners and their employees have worked diligently to serve patrons and limit the spread of COVID-19,” said Governor Ducey. “Many restaurants have

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