Funding Opportunities / Nonprofit Low-Cost Loans

Arizona Community Foundation Cochise

Santa Cruz

The Arizona Community Foundation is a family of charitable funds created for the community, by the community. Some funds have a broad grantmaking focus while others target a specific organization or field. Grants are awarded year-round either through donor advice or through a competitive process overseen by our local Board of Advisors.

Arizona Complete Health - Community Reinvestment

Centered on driving health outcomes through a focus on social determinants and understanding the needs of our communities are as unique as the individuals we serve; Arizona Complete Health offers various approaches to philanthropic investment with our partners.

  • Partnerships and Sponsorships

  • Community Reinvestment Grants

All sponsorship and partnership proposals should be submitted via email to: Greg Taylor, Regional Vice President, Community Affairs

and copied (cc) to:

Michael Johnson, Community Relations Representative

Bisbee Foundation, The

The Bisbee Foundation's focus is to play a role in Bisbee's future by working with groups/individuals who are in the arts, humanities, education and historic preservation with goals designed to preserve and enhance: Bisbee's unique place in the history of the Southwest

The contribution made to Bisbee's cultural character by its creative people Bisbee's architectural and environmental inheritance

Focus areas:

Culture, Arts and Humanities, Education, Literacy and Historic Preservation Learning and literacy

Grants and scholarships Evergreen Cemetery

Environmental improvement projects

Federal Resources for Rural Communities to Help Address Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Misuse:

First Things First

First Things First invests in strategies and programs that support the development, education and health of children birth to age 5 (before kindergarten). Our grants process emphasizes getting resources directly to

children and families through a network of community providers.


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.

Eligible Communities: Cities of Bisbee and Douglas

Huachucans Charities, The

The purpose and objective of the Huachucans' Charities is to render constructive civic services for the

welfare of the community, Sierra Vista and Southeastern Arizona, primarily through the monetary support of selected youth activities.

Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona (LFSAZ)

Mission: Promoting Population Health and Community Wellness throughout Southeast Arizona

Serving Communities in Cochise and Eastern Santa Cruz Counties including Sierra Vista and Fort Huachuca, Tombstone, Bisbee, Douglas, Benson, Willcox and Sonoita.

In fulfilling its Mission, the Legacy Foundation anticipates playing a significant role in supporting capacity-

building efforts and convening organizations throughout the region.

United Way of Sierra Vista and Cochise County

Community Initiatives: Education / Income / Health

Vitalyst Health Foundation

On an annual basis, Vitalyst Health Foundation undertakes a grant process to catalyze collaborative

innovations that impact health and resiliency through transformational systems and policy change.

Western Bank Bootheel Foundation

The Bootheel Foundation is a charitable foundation created 11 years ago in November 2007. The mission is to provide funding to nonprofit organizations for their community projects in the areas serviced by Western Bank. Branches are located in Willcox and Bisbee.

Contact your local Western Bank for more information: Bisbee: 520-432-3522 / Willcox: 520-766-3521.

Nonprofit Low-Cost Loans

Community Investment Corporation Contact: Brian Quijada

Phone: 520-529-1766 x204



Nonprofit Loan Fund of Tucson and Southern Arizona (NPLF) Contact: Maura Grogan

Phone: 520-382-9203