Our Grantees

Arizona Friends of Public Radio Arizona Support for Arizona National Public Radio. $32,850
Arizona Phoenix Zoo Construct a new one-acre African lion and hyena habitat. $1,000,000
Arizona Valley Leadership Establish a complementary leadership program focused on harnessing engagement of Valley Leadership alumni and working toward solutions for pressing community issues. $150,000
Indiana WFYI Public Media Support for WFYI Public Media. $30,000
Arizona CEOs for Cities Support to host the CEO's for Cities National Conference in Phoenix to share the smartest ideas and practices for regional economic growth. $10,000
Arizona Friends of Public Radio Arizona Support for Arizona National Public Radio. $32,850
Arizona HandsOn Greater Phoenix Provide a truck necessary for volunteers to complete community service projects. $50,000
Indiana WFYI Public Media Support for a one-year sponsorship on its NPR station. $30,000
Arizona Arizona Community Foundation Support for the creation and installation of the Wallace, Ladmo and Gerald sculptures at the Herberger Theater Center in downtown Phoenix. $25,000
Arizona Arizona State University Foundation for A New American University Conduct an economic impact study to transform 1.5 miles of Central Avenue into a vibrant urban environment. $25,000
Indiana Art With a Heart Expand arts programming to pre-K classrooms at eight IPS schools. $30,000
Indiana Athenaeum Foundation Renovate and furnish the theater lobby. $100,000
Indiana Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art Create special events and community outreach programs for the 2017 Dogs: Faithful and True exhibit. $55,000
Indiana Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival Encourage and support local artists and provide a creative art experience to theatre-goers. $100,000
Indiana Midtown Indianapolis Construct a new performance stage in Tarkington Park. $200,000
Indiana Renew Indianapolis, Inc. Support for interactive artistic programming at the House Life Project. $20,000
Indiana Young Actors Theatre Inc. Educate inner-city youth on the dangers of drug abuse through modern theatrical performances. $60,000
Arizona Arizona Community Foundation For the Nonprofit Capacity Building Landscape Project fund to assess the landscape of nonprofit capacity building resources in Arizona. $5,000
Arizona Arizona Science Center Expand hands-on science learning experiences to preschool children and provide teachers with professional development opportunities. $65,000
Indiana Big Car Media Inc. Create a neighborhood-based community art project in the Garfield Park area. $125,000
Arizona Experience Matters Connect the skills and talents of professional adults with the diverse needs of nonprofit organizations. $50,000
Arizona Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona Expand creative arts programs for abused, homeless and vulnerable children. $15,000
Arizona Friends of Public Radio Arizona Support for a one-year sponsorship on its NPR station. $38,000
Arizona Independent Sector Produce and deliver a conference in Phoenix that shares trends shaping the operating environment for the charitable sector. $75,000
Indiana Indiana Humanities Council, Inc. Implement a series of programs and discussions highlighting great works of environmental literature and the importance of natural areas. $33,000
Indiana Indiana Philanthropy Alliance Foundation Support to expand the Phil's Gift Box philanthropy education program for youth. $50,000
Indiana Indiana State Museum Foundation, Inc. Redesign the Nina Mason Pulliam Ice Age Tunnel exhibition gallery. $500,000
Arizona The Heard Museum Update the Remembering our Indian School Days: The Boarding School Experience exhibit and complete interior building improvements. $1,100,000
Indiana WFYI-Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting Support for one-year sponsorship on its NPR station. $30,000
Arizona Childsplay, Inc. Increase the capacity of the Campus for Imagination and Wonder to provide nearly 200,000 children and families with performing arts opportunities. $200,000
Indiana Claude McNeal’s Musical Theatre Expand the ACT OUT bullying/teasing and cyber-bullying prevention and awareness program to reach 6,700 students at 15 elementary schools within IPS. $75,000
Indiana Indiana Repertory Theatre, Inc. Expand the Many Mentors Initiative program to enable 1,750 mentor/mentee participants to attend IRT productions and enrichment activities. $80,000
Indiana Joseph Maley Foundation, Inc. Expand the Service Day program to an additional 20 IPS schools to help 7,500 public school students in Indianapolis during the next two years. $50,000
Arizona Museum of Northern Arizona, Inc. Support to renovate the Ethnology Gallery with upgraded infrastructure, new display cases and technology to deliver interactive media. $500,000
Indiana The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Expand after-school and intersession programs to 60 sites to assist children in the neighborhood near the museum. $50,000
Indiana Young Actors Theatre Inc. Present three unique performances for youth on how social media can affect bullying, violence and obesity. $50,000