$1.3 million awarded to Valley nonprofits
As part of the community-focused missions of the Phoenix IDA and the Phoenix Community Development & Investment Corporation (PCDIC), both organizations partnered to award $1.3 million to nonprofits serving Phoenix and Maricopa County. The grant cycle was the first of two for calendar year 2022.
Grant funding for these local projects primarily comes from the Phoenix IDA’s public financing of projects outside of the local community and PCDIC’s private revenue attracted by New Markets Tax Credit projects, which are federally funded.
“Investing back into under-resourced communities is a shared mission of both the Phoenix IDA and PCDIC,” said Juan Salgado CEO of Phoenix IDA and PCDIC. “We awarded 29 grants to local nonprofits to support underserved communities in four focus areas from education to housing across the greater Phoenix area,” continued Salgado.
Below is a listing of the funded organizations and projects. For more information, please contact Lydia Lee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 Phoenix IDA and PCDIC
Community Development Awards – Cycle 1
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Equipping LGBTQ+ Youth for the Workforce
A Stepping Stone Foundation
LEAF: Literacy Elevates Arizona Families
Empowering Independent Living
AGUILA Youth Leadership Institute, Inc.
Arizona Educational Foundation
Arizona Science Center
Science Teacher Residency Program (STaR)
Arouet Workforce Program – Empowering Justice-Involved Women and Their Families
Circle the City
Circle the City Mobile Medical Outreach Program for Persons Facing Homelessness
Dress for Success Phoenix
Helping 300 Arizona Women Return to Work
Early Childhood Development Teacher Training & Credentialing Program
Fresh Start Women’s Foundation
Fresh Start Impact Program: Helping Women Achieve Self-Sufficiency
Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation
Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona
Helping Hands for Single Moms
Low-Income Single Mom Nursing Student Support
Homeless Youth Connection*
Empowering Youth for the Future
Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc.*
JA Inspire Program to Primarily Low-Income Arizona Students
Live & Learn
Women’s Economic Empowerment Program
Neighbors on the Rise Project: A Workforce Catalyst
New Pathways for Youth
Holistic Youth Transformation Program: Integrated Parent Support Programming
Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation
Phoenix Children’s Hospital Breathmobile
Phoenix Rescue Mission
Vocational Development Program for People Overcoming Poverty
Rehoboth Community Development Corp
CHOICES – Creating Housing Opportunities & Increasing Community Equity Services
Advancing economic growth and opportunity through entrepreneurship
Southwest Human Development
Reach Out and Read – Early Literacy Innovation in the Pediatric Setting
Stand for Children Leadership Center
Every Child Reads
Take Charge America, Inc.
Expanding TCA’s Financial Education and Counseling Services into the Hispanic Community
UMOM New Day Centers, Inc.
UMOM Workforce Development & Vocational Training
Give Blood and Give Back Project
Year Up Arizona
Year Up Arizona’s Workforce Development Program
*Grants funded solely from PCDIC funds.