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Education

Governor Ducey Announces Relief Program For K-12 Students, Families

Governor Doug Ducey announced an initial investment of $10 million for an immediate relief program for K-12 students and families. The funding will provide choice for parents who are facing financial and educational barriers due to unnecessary closures and school mandates and that are not in compliance with the provisions set forth in state law.

Hate crimes

Congress OKs bill to fight hate crimes vs. Asian Americans

Congress approved legislation Tuesday intended to curtail a striking rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, sending President Joe Biden a bipartisan denunciation of the spate of brutal attacks that have proliferated during coronavirus pandemic. The bill, which the House passed on a 364-62 vote, will expedite the review of hate crimes

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

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