Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona works with individuals, families and businesses to create charitable funds that support the causes the community care about. These funds more impact being pooled together, and support the critical work that nonprofits and educational institutions are doing in Southern Arizona.
Improving well-being in Arizona by addressing root causes and broader issues that affect health.
Arizona Community Foundation
The Arizona Community Foundation and its Affiliates steward the gifts placed in their care with an eye toward permanence and growth, and from the investment earnings on the endowment, award millions of dollars in grants and scholarships every year.
Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona
The Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona collaborates to achieve social, political and economic change that empowers women and girls. The only philanthropic foundation in Southern Arizona dedicated exclusively to empowering women and girls, our vision is: Women thrive. Our Community Prospers.
The Bisbee Foundation mission is to enhance the historical, cultural and human qualities that make Bisbee unique. The Bisbee Foundation creates and builds support to assure the continuing success of Bisbee.
The David and Lura Lovell Foundation
Founders David and Lura Lovell established their family foundation to support causes they cared about on a deep personal level. Four priorities of the Lovell Foundation are mental health, integrative medicine, cultural/spiritual enrichment and philanthropic education.
Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise
Established in 1998, the Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise supports donors wishing to make a lasting, positive impact in communities of Southeast Arizona. Focus areas include education, literacy and lifelong learning, health and wellness and improving the overall quality of life.
Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation
Dental Dental of Arizona Foundation was created to promote oral health and prevent dental disease in children and youth through age 18, with a particular emphasis in underserved and uninsured communities.
The Bisbee Mine, located in Cochise County in southeast Arizona approximately 80 miles southeast of Tucson, was closed in 1974. Current company activities include soil and water remediation and mine reclamation. The Freeport-McMoRan Foundation supports organizations through our various grant programs and employee giving initiatives.