Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona

FY 2021 Innovative Grant Cycle Awarded $534,125

The Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona awarded 12 nonprofit organizations a total of $534,125 in the FY 2021 Innovative Grant Cycle. A virtual grant celebration was held on January 26th recognizing each of the organizations.

“We congratulate each of the nonprofit organizations who received an Innovative Grant award. We had over $1.7 million dollars in Innovative Grant requests from 25 organizations. Through an evaluation process, the Board selected these 12 organizations as the grant recipients. The projects awarded this year are very diverse and from all over Cochise County”, stated Margaret Hepburn, CEO of the Legacy Foundation.

Even in the midst of COVID-19, the Legacy Foundation has continued its grant cycles. “With COVID-19, it’s been a challenging year for everyone. We recognize how hard nonprofit organizations work to continue to serve our communities through these difficult times”, commented Mrs. Hepburn.

The grant awardees are:

Arizona Rangers were awarded $23,923 for Safety Equipment

Bisbee Holistic Wellness Center, Inc. was awarded $42,250 for Bisbee Community Services Center

City of Douglas was awarded $35,160 for Innovation in Transportation

City of Sierra Vista was awarded $56,050 for Priority Dispatch ProQA

City of Willcox was awarded $100,000 for Community Lighting

Cochise County Master Gardener Assoc. was awarded $47,100 for Replenish! Mini Park

Easterseals Blake Foundation was awarded $50,000 for Foster Care Community Resource Program

Special Olympics Arizona, Inc was awarded $10,000 for Inclusive Virtual Engagement

Step Up Bisbee/Naco was awarded $50,000 for Bisbee Workforce Affordable Housing Program

Sunsites-Pearce Fire District was awarded $23,000 for Cancer Prevention in Firefighters

The Be Kind People Project was awarded $50,000 for Be Fit. Be Healthy. Be Kind.

Willcox Against Substance Abuse (WASA) was awarded $50,000 for Eliminating Barriers, Substance Abuse Peer Support

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