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News and Announcements

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Trust releases its 2014 Annual Report.

Click here to view our 2014 Annual Report.

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A new day for cats and dogs
in Phoenix and Indianapolis

The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust is a major supporter of animal welfare initiatives in Indianapolis and Phoenix. Through increased spay and neuter surgeries, adoptions and public education, local animal welfare groups are reducing the number of animals euthanized. The numbers tell the story.
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Meet the newest Nina Scholar Graduate

“I couldn’t have done this without Nina,” he says. “I hope to honor the blessings and investment she has made in my life by helping other people. I am determined to make her proud.”

Patrick Andrew

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Arizona Grantee Reception Slideshow 2015

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Arizona and Indiana nonprofits receive more than $6 million in grants

The Trust recently awarded $6,095,000 to 43 Indiana and Arizona nonprofit organizations in its second round of grantmaking in 2014.

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Check out the 2015 grant guidelines

The Trust has made revisions to its grant guidelines, application process and deadlines. The funding cycle deadline is June 29, 2015. Next funding cycle is tentatively  January 2016.

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Meet the newest Nina Scholars

In 2001, the Trust established the Nina Mason Pulliam Legacy Scholars program to open doors of opportunity to men and women seeking college degrees. A total of 509 students in Arizona and Indiana have received scholarships since then. Meet the new scholars from Class 14.

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Our Founder

Nina Mason Pulliam was a business leader, journalist, humanitarian and a lover of all creatures. At her direction, upon her death, her assets were placed into an irrevocable charitable trust to support the causes she loved in her home states of Arizona and Indiana. Read More