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Program GrantsArizona Diamondbacks Foundation
All applications received by 5:00 PM on August 4, 2022 will go through a thorough review process that includes Arizona Diamondbacks team players, executives and the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation Executive Council. Recipients of the grants will be notified via e-mail by December 17, 2022 and the funds will be distributed by January 15, 2023.
To be eligible for a Program Grant, an organization is required to:
- Be physically located in the state of Arizona;
- Have a classification as an organization exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code with a valid IRS Tax ID. Organizations without a valid IRS Tax ID must have a fiscal sponsor submit the application;
- Complete an end-of-year Grant Progress Report; and
- Submit the following information via the Grant Application:
- Agency Overview
- Current Board of Directors Roster
- Current Financial Statements Approved by the Board
- Timeline of Program/Project
- Program/Project Use of Funds Description
- Target Population Information including client characteristics
- Program/Project Budget
- Outcome Measurements
Program Grant Guidelines
- Typically distributed for program expenses that directly impact the clients served by the organization.
- Focus areas include homelessness, indigent healthcare and youth programs of all types. Other requests may be considered but should fall within the human services category. Programs operated by schools and/or youth sports leagues qualify for other grant programs and are typically not funded through this process.
- Awards fall within the range of $1,000 to $5,000.
- Organizations that have received a Program Grant in the past are eligible to reapply.
- The program or project must be completed and all funds expended within one year of the award date.
- The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation Program Grants generally do not fund:
- Annual appeals or capital campaigns;
- Debt retirement, deficit financing, reduction of an operating deficit or replenishment of resources to pay for such purposes;
- Fundraising activities or fundraising events;
- Lobbying or legislative activities.