The Phoenix IDA builds public/private partnerships to increase job opportunities within the community, support education and healthcare, and provide housing for underserved communities, all of which benefit the residents of the city of Phoenix and the state of Arizona.
Investing in health care in our community...
With an award from the Phoenix IDA, Mission of Mercy will provide primary medical care for 300 children and individuals through their mobile clinics across the Valley including central and south Phoenix.
Learn more about our programs
A "First Place" for adults with autism
Investing in First Place Transition Academy to help adults with autism learn to live independently, finds jobs in the community, and lead successful lives.
Camp Sombrero...Future Leaders
Where girls will come to learn, play, camp and grow.
Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council use bond financing to construct a Leadership Center.
Developing educational leaders...
An award from the Phoenix IDA will help Teach for America-Phoenix continue building a leadership pipeline to recruit, train, and support 120 first- and second-year teachers. The effort will impact 120 classrooms at Title 1 schools in the Phoenix metro area. Learn more about our programs
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November 30, 2016
A Phoenix organization that builds public-private initiatives to support underserved communities in the Valley has given $50,000 to a group that provides services to LGBT youth who are homeless o...
October 18, 2016
PHOENIX, Ariz. – October 18, 2016 – The Phoenix IDA, a leading industrial development authority in Arizona, announces the election of new Board officers for 2017 and the appointment of two...
October 17, 2016
The State of Latino Arizona 2016, sponsored by Arizona State University, the Phoenix IDA, Arizona Public Service, and the Arizona Community Foundation, was developed to spark community conversation about school funding.
September 16, 2016
The Phoenix Industrial Development Authority, Maricopa County IDA and Arizona Department of Housing are committing $1 million to support First Place AZ, a local nonprofit that works to ensure to secure housing options for people with autism.
August 15, 2016
Phoenix IDA -- Proud to have played a role in bringing Galvanize to Phoenix!
July 31, 2016
I had just started a new job in Colorado Springs when my ex-wife let me know our 30-year-old son was dying. It took me a while to get together enough money for a bus ticket. Just after I crossed the ...