GRANTS, AWARDS, & RECOGNITION
July 1 - November 16, 2017
- Arizona Department of Housing - $991,023 - Rapid Re-Housing (partnering with Our Family Services)
- Bank of America Charitable Foundation - $20,000 - Homeownership
- Bank of the West - $7,500 - Homeownership
- Family Housing Resources - $25,000 - Casa Paloma Women's Program
- Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco - $40,000 - Primavera Works
- Marguerite Casey Foundation - $300,000 - Community Building & Engagement (2 years)
- Marshall Foundation - $15,000 - Primavera Works
- NeighborWorks® America
- $140,000 - Greyhound Family Shelter
- $75,000 - Primavera Works
- $25,000 - Mis Abuelitos Financial Education
- $6,000 - Peer-to-Peer Learning
- Project Reinvest - $500,000 - Neighborhood Revitalization of South Tucson
- TJX Foundation - $7,500 - Greyhound Family Shelter
- Tucson Electric Power
- $5,000 - Casa Paloma Women's Program
- Laptop Workstations for Primavera
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - $1,081,721 - Rapid Re-Housing (& homelessness prevention services for veterans and their families)
- Zuckerman Community Outreach Foundation - $15,000 - General Support for Primavera
Awards & Recognition
- Powerful Choice Challenge Fourth Place Finalist - Tucson Electric Power
- Copper Cactus Award Finalist - Tucson Electric Power Charitable Nonprofit Business, Tucson Metro Chamber of Commerce
- For the sixth year in a row, the Primavera Foundation secured a contract worth over $1 million from the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs that provides funding for Project Action for Veterans, helping veterans and their families with rapid re-housing and support services in.
- Las Abuelitas Family Housing & Community Center - Featured at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum exhibit in New York City entitled, "By the People: Designing a Better America" in January and February.
- Commitment to Community Campaign Finalist - Vantage West Credit Union
- Nonprofit of Excellence & Affordable Housing - Featured in the “NeighborWorks® Works” book, “Practical Solutions from America’s Community Development Network,” a collection of case studies showing how nonprofits strategically address community needs.
- "Exemplary" - Highest possible ranking earned in multiple, three-year independent organizational reviews by the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, dba NeighborWorks® America, a national organization that creates opportunities for people to live in affordable homes, improve their lives, and strengthens their communities. The Primavera Foundation is an accredited network member.
- 270% - Economic and Social Return on Investment of all services provided for the 2015-2016 fiscal year, based on an independent report by Community Services Analysis, LLC.
Prior to 2016
- Las Abuelitas Family Housing & Community Center - The first Net Zero Energy Building certified by Pima County, Arizona.
- "Fantastic Examples of Healthy Communities Projects" - The Arizona Partnership for Healthy Communities