Az Community Foundation

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Az Community Foundation
Az Community Foundation is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Phoenix, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Az Community Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Az Community Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Az Community Foundation is:
2201 E Camelback Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85016
(928) 348-9649
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We're in good company! Proud to be one of the four finalists for the @phxchamber 2017 IMPACTful Nonprofit Award†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

We're in good company! Proud to be one of the four finalists for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce 2017 IMPACTful Nonprofit Award.
Twenty Valley companies are selected as finalists for the 30th annual awards.


RT @svpi: Congrats @SVPArizona ED Terri Wogan on being named one of 2017's Outstanding Women in Business by @phxbizjournal! https://t.co/5T…

Congrats to Sojourner Center CEO Dr. Maria E. Garay-Serratos on her appointment to the Governor's Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women. Dr. Garay-Serratos is a leading voice and advocate in the domestic violence field, having worked most of her career addressing domestic violence as a public health epidemic.
PHOENIX — Sojourner Center CEO Dr. María E. Garay-Serratos has been appointed by Governor Doug Ducey to the Governor’s Commission to Prevent Violence Against Women. A leader in the field, Dr. Garay-Serratos has dedicated her career to addressing domestic violence as a public health epidemic. The Gov...


RT @bloomerangTech: LAST CHANCE to register for today's free webinar with @AZFoundation on women and giving >> cc.readytalk.com/registration/#…


Join @AZFoundation and 11 collaborators on March 1 for the #BecauseWeCare Forum to fight HIV among Black Arizonans:†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

#BecauseWeCare, we will address one of the greatest healthcare issues impacting Arizona’s Black community—HIV. Join us at the Community Forum on March 1 to help fight back: becausewecare2017.eventbrite.com.
Join the Arizona Community Foundation's Black Philanthropy Initiative and the Center for LGBTQ Philanthropy, along with 11 other community collaborators for an evening of entertainment and urgent call to action Because We Care. The Because We Care Community Forum and Resource Fair will address one o...


Our friends @SARRC_tweet are hosting a free education session for Professional Advisors on 3/1. Register now: autismcenter.org/free-professio…

Our friends at Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) are hosting a free education session for Professional Advisors on March 1. Attendees are eligible for CE credit. Click the link below for details and to register.
Help Your Client Plan For Their Special Needs Family Member’s AdulthoodFree Professional Advisors Education Charitable CE Credit & Wine Tasting MixerPresented by Bridget O’Brien Swartz, Partner, Dyer Bregman & Ferris, PLLC

Join us on March 31 for a special reception to introduce the new exhibit in The Gallery at ACF, featuring the works of Alex Jimenez. Her collection, From Urban Lands to Natural Streets draws inspiration from the vibrancy of her Mexican heritage to create a sense of place within the landscape of her ancestors in the city of Tucson. Also part of the evening’s proceedings will be a dedication of The Gallery to the memory of Karen Work Seleznow. The Gallery will receive a new name honoring Karen, who founded the space in 2011 and curated its installations.
We invite you to join us for a special reception as the Arizona Community Foundation proudly presents a new exhibit in The Gallery at ACF, featuring the works of Alex Jimenez. Her collection, From Urban Lands to Natural Streets draws inspiration from the vibrancy of her Mexican heritage to create a…