Connecting our community to new tools, resources, and funding opportunities.
We fund targeted initiatives in northern Arizona communities through our Foundation Awards Program, and support local nonprofit organizations and healthcare professionals in creating healthier communities together.
What We Fund
Local Nonprofits & Organizations
We collaborate with the Arizona Community Foundation of Flagstaff and Sedona to fund local nonprofit organizations to maximize our collective impact on community health. As part of the philanthropic collaborative, applying nonprofits have the opportunity to seek financial support from multiple funders in our region.
For more information on funding opportunities, or if you are a nonprofit organization in Arizona seeking funding, click here.
The funding cycle for Sedona has closed. Below is the 2017 timeline for grant making in Flagstaff.
Timeline for 2017 Grant Making
- Grant Application Workshop (logistics and what’s new) on April 21, 2017
- Grant Writing Workshop on May 4, 2017
- Grant cycle opens May 22, 2017
- DEADLINE: Applications are due on Monday, June 19, 2017 at 4:00pm, no exceptions
- Applicant Interviews July 28 – August 3, 2017
- Grant awards and decline letters sent by September 11, 2017
- 20th Annual Grant Event: September 25, 2017, High Country Conference Center
- If funded, 2017 Final Report Due by September 11, 2018
*Final reports are expected to include a grant impact story and photographs.
Proposals must be submitted online by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 19, 2017. No exceptions.
Organizations Funded in 2016:
Boys and Girls Club of Flagstaff
Smart Moves 2016-2017
Exposing youth to critical decision-making skills for substance use and premature sexual activity.
Coconino Community College Foundation
Coconino Community College Nursing and Allied Health Programs
Promoting the purpose and goals of Coconino Community College and enhancing the opportunities of Coconino County residents.
Hozhoni Foundation, Inc.
Hozhoni Health and Happiness Project 2017-2017
Providing services and advocacy for people with disabilities to assist individuals in achieving their maximum potential.
Bereavement Support Services
Customized care and assistance for families in their transition home after the loss of a child.
Northern Arizona School of Nursing
Improving Patient Outcomes: Leadership for Clinical Simulation
Teaching students how to make a difference by positively impacting the lives and health of individuals, families, and communities.
Poore Medical Clinic
Patient Care at PMC
Providing free medical and dental clinic visits for low-income, uninsured people of northern Arizona.
Quality Connections Inc.
Paraprofessional Workforce Training
Helping individuals with disabilities become independent, productive members of our community by providing them with employment opportunities, job training, and practical life learning programs.
The Peaceful Revolution Project
Inspire positive change through education, practice, mindfulness, asana (yoga), and pranayama (breathing).
For all funding inquiries contact:
Carol Fisk, Community Programs Department
Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation