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WV flood recovery

Philanthropy responding to West Virginia’s flood recovery

June 29, 2016

In West Virginia, the immediate recovery to the horrific flooding is ongoing.  Philanthropy WV is working with numerous groups to connect to credible and statewide giving and volunteering opportunities for recovery efforts.  While needs are still be identified for long-term recovery, Philanthropy WV is hosting a webinar with local, state and national philanthropy and corporate  Read More »

Arizona Grantmakers Forum Stands with Orlando

June 17, 2016

The Arizona Grantmakers Forum team is deeply saddened by the horrific events at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, where a gunman took the lives of 49 people and injured 53 others. Our hearts are with the victims, survivors and their families. We also extend our support to our colleagues at Florida Philanthropic Network as they support the  Read More »

AGF CEO to speak at KidsCare Press Conference

April 7, 2016

Join the Cover Kids Coalition, a broad alliance of parents, pediatricians, nurses, businesses, school board members and faith and women’s groups across the state, to call on lawmakers to lift the enrollment freeze on KidsCare in the state budget plan. Bring your family, friends and colleagues to show your support for Arizona’s children. Speakers include: Representative Regina  Read More »

AGF Embraces 2016, Launches New Strategic Direction

January 6, 2016

Dear Friends, Each new year dawns with opportunities for resolutions and bold changes, and 2016 is no exception for Arizona Grantmakers Forum as we embrace our new vision, values, mission and strategic goals for the next three years. AGF unveiled our 2016-2018 strategic direction to members who joined us for our 2015 Annual Meeting on  Read More »

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Arizona Gives Day: April 5, 2016

October 14, 2015

Mark your calendar! Arizona Grantmakers Forum is excited to partner with the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits for next year’s Arizona Gives Day on Tuesday, April 5, 2016. The 2015 event raised over $2,000,000 for Arizona nonprofits and we think that we can all work together to beat that next year.