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GRANTS, AWARDS, & RECOGNITION

Grants

2019-2020 FY
  • Albertsons Companies Foundation: $2,000 - Emergency Services
  • BBVA Foundation: $9,500 - Financial Education & Empowerment / Homebuyer Education & Homeownership
  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation: $20,000 - Homebuyer Education & Homeownership
  • Caterpillar Foundation: $20,000 - Financial Education & Empowerment 
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Desert Industries: $2,000 - Workforce Development
  • City of Tucson:
    • $75,000 - Homeless Intervention & Prevention
    • $50,000 - Emergency Services
    • $50,000 - Casa Paloma Women's Hospitality & Residence
  • Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, Anonymous Fund: $2,000 - General Support
  • Family Housing Resources Cares Community Investment Fund: $10,000 - General Support
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): $71,362 - Emergency Shelter
  • Genuardi: $10,000 - General Support
  • Marshall Foundation: $5,000 - Rental Housing Rehabilitation
  • National Bank of Arizona: $10,000 - Homebuyer Education & Homeownership
  • NeighborWorks® America:
    • $125,000 - Affordable Rental Housing
    • $50,000 - Las Abuelitas After School Program
    • $20,200 - Strategic Technology
    • $15,000 - Community Building & Engagement / Neighborhood Revitalization
  • Phoenix Suns Charities: $5,000 - General Support
  • Roberts Enterprise Development Fund (REDF): $10,000 - Primavera Works
  • U.S. Bank Foundation: $6,000 - Homeownership
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Supportive Services for Veteran Families: $1,538,524 - Project Action for Veterans
  • UNS Energy Corporation (Tucson Electric Power, UniSource Gas, UniSource Electric, & Southwest Energy): $25,000 - Rental Housing Rehabilitation
  • Wells Fargo Housing Foundation: $5,000 - Homeownership
  • Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona:
    • $40,000 - General Support
    • Harriet Silverman Grant: $3,000 - Casa Paloma Women's Hospitality Center & Residence

Awards & Recognition

2019
  • "Exemplary" - Highest possible ranking earned in an independent organizational review 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. NeighborWorks America monitors the health of its network through an established organizational assessment process, which includes on-site visits and audit processes, and developed a system to rate the health and risk of network organizations. Organizations are rated exemplary, strong, satisfactory, or vulnerable and receive annual offsite reviews and triennial onsite reviews. To receive an exemplary rating, the Primavera Foundation showed that they exceeded performance standards in production and program services, resource management, financial management, and organizational management and Board governance. The Primavera Foundation is an accredited network member and has earned the exemplary rating consecutively for the past 13 years.

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