The 2020-21 Season for Sharing campaign raised $2.1 million to be shared by these 176 nonprofit agencies across Arizona. Because The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com cover all promotional and administrative costs, 100 percent of donations go to community organizations.
Grants are given to groups that help at-risk children and families, support students and teachers and serve the elderly. Many of the 250-plus grant applications this year addressed food and housing insecurity related to COVID-19.
Follow along with all of The Republic’s giving-back efforts year-round on Facebook at facebook.com/seasonforsharing.
Here is the complete list of recipients of 2020-21 Season for Sharing grants:
A New Leaf, Mesa, $40,000
Providing crisis intervention, safe shelter, basic needs and support services for nearly 17,000 survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual assault in Greater Phoenix.
Aid to Adoption of Special Kids, Phoenix, $20,000
Helping support kinship caregivers as soon as they take placement of the children of relatives, ensuring an entire family is caring for children being placed in foster care.
A Stepping Stone Foundation, Phoenix, $15,000
Supporting more than 13,000 hours of two-generation education to disadvantaged families with young children, including preschool and adult education.
ASU Foundation, Tempe, $30,000
Supporting a free two-week media innovation workshop for high school students from around Arizona, helping them explore the future…