Arizona Women’s Partnership Awards $35,000 In Grants For 2019

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Posted By on May 6, 2019
Arizona Women’s Partnership 2019 Grant Review Committee:
Seated L-R:  Jeff Gibbs, Dr. Sheela Kalangi, Paula Cullison (Pres- AZWP), Tim Cullison,
Standing: L-R:  Pamela Gill, Mike Simonyi, Sandy Ryan, Linda Herold, Richard Swazara,

The Arizona Women’s Partnership, Inc., an all-volunteer philanthropic 501c(3) nonprofit which provides grants to grassroots charities that assist under-served women and children at risk in Arizona, has announced its 2019 Grant Recipients.

The group has awarded more than $450,000 in grants to over 70 charities since its formation in 2002. The amount awarded annually is dependent upon the success of fundraising efforts. This year the Violet M. Johnson Family Foundation contributed another $25,000 to the Arizona Women’s Partnership in honor of their maternal grandmother.

”We are grateful for this donation and for all of our generous supporters; together we continue to make a difference in the lives of others,” said Paula Cullison, Arizona Women’s Partnership President and Founder.

Now in its 17th year, the Arizona Women’s Partnership has recently awarded a total of $35,000 in grants to the following Arizona non-profits:

  • About Care for the Elderly – provides services to the underserved elderly in the East Valley
  • Alice’s Place – provides counseling and shelter for victims of domestic violence in Winslow
  • Angel Heart Pajama Project – provides PJs and books to abused / neglected / foster care children in Tucson
  • Arizona Dental Foundation – provides free dental care to school children statewide
  • Arizona South Asians for Safe Families – provides culturally sensitive services to victims of domestic violence
  • Billy’s Place – provides grief counseling to children of deceased parents in the Metro Phoenix area
  • Constructing Circles of Peace – provides domestic violence counseling services in Nogales, AZ 
  • Desert Sounds Performing Arts – provides musical instruments & instruction for low income children in Mesa 
  • Dignity House – provides shelter for sextually trafficked / domestically abused women in Phoenix
  • Furnishing Dignity – provides household items to the needy in the Metro Phoenix area 
  • H.A.V.E.N. Family Resource Center – provides domestic violence and family counseling services in Lake Havasu
  • Kids in Focus – provides photography programs and mentoring to at risk youth in Phoenix
  • Neighbors Who Care – provides services for the underserved elderly in the East Valley
  • Pan de Vida – provides intergenerational social services in Queen Creek
  • Rim Country Literacy – provides literacy and ESL classes and books for children and adults in Payson
  • Southwest Valley Literacy Association – provides English language / adult reading programs in the West Phoenix 
  • Welcome to America Project – provides household furnishings / services to refugee families in Phoenix
  • West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation – provides mental health services in Prescott
  • Will2Walk – provides services to those with spinal cord injuries in the East Valley
  • Y.E.S. for Navajo Youth / Dine’Bike’yah – provides leadership programs for youth in Teec Nos Pos – Navajo Nation

www.azwp.org  

Ashley Ford

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Ashley Ford is Assistant Publisher of Frontdoors Media. She can be reached at ashley@frontdoorsmedia.com.

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