2017 Grants To Local Charities

Hungry Kids Program at Chino Valley School District: Awarded a $7,500 grant to provide food for the weekend needs of disadvantaged children. 

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary – Awarded a $4,000 grant to refurbish the children’s playground.

Hungry Kids Program at Humboldt School District: Awarded a $2,500 grant to provide food for the weekend needs of disadvantaged children. 

Yavapai County Sheriff’s Response Team – Awarded a $5,000 grant to fund the “Hug A Tree” program, that instructs children what to do when lost in the wilderness.

Yavapai Family Advocacy Center: Awarded a grant of $5,000 to provide counseling services for children who are victims of abuse, neglect, or sexual assault.

Prescott Area Shelter Services: Awarded a $3,000 grant to provide transportation services to medical appointments for its clients.

PUSD Foundation: Awarded a $3,500 grant to support innovative teaching concepts in technology and media studies.

Arizona Sewing Works: Awarded a commitment grant of $5,000 to provide sewing skills to unemployed individuals.

Prescott Valley Performing Arts: Awarded a grant of $2,500 to support the summer production of Little Red and the Riding Hoods.

Song of the Pines: Awarded a grant of $2,500 to upgrade the traveling speaker system for this nationally recognized group.

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation: Awarded a $5,000 grant for operational support of the new Crisis Stabilization Unit.