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OneAZ Credit Union Announces Community Impact Grant Recipients 50 Local Organizations to Receive $5,000 Grants
By Lindsay Hansen - Wednesday Jun 01, 2022
OneAZ Credit Union and the OneAZ Community Foundation are proud to announce the 50 Arizona nonprofit organizations that will receive $5,000 Community Impact Grants. This year, the OneAZ Community Foundation is awarding $250,000 in Community Impact Grants – a record since the Foundation launched in 2016.

“This year’s round of Community Impact Grants represents a record-breaking investment in the communities where our members live and work,” said Kim Reedy, President & CEO of OneAZ Credit Union. “Through the Community Impact Grant program, we’re doing our part to make sure that families in need have access to healthy meals, that children have adequate healthcare resources, and that our veterans are supported.”

The Community Impact Grant program is an annual grant program that serves to provide funding for Arizona-based nonprofit projects or initiatives that promote the well-being of the communities we serve. The OneAZ Community Foundation is guided by Five Pillars of Support. Nonprofit organizations that apply for grants must have a project or initiative that supports the following:
• Children’s Health
• Food Banks
• Financial Education
• Veterans’ Interests
• Local Youth Programs

Funding for the Community Impact Grant program is made possible in large part due to OneAZ members’ debit card use. Each time a member swipes their OneAZ debit card, one cent is donated to the OneAZ Community Foundation. Since 2016, the OneAZ Community Foundation has provided $750,000 in grants and funding to Arizona nonprofit organizations through this program and other donations.

In 2022, the following nonprofit organizations have been awarded Community Impact Grants:
Northern Region
• Agape House of Prescott – Prescott
• Alice’s Place – Winslow
• Bethany’s Gait – Chino Valley
• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff – Flagstaff
• Flagstaff Family Food Center-Flagstaff
• G.E.M. Environmental NFP – Prescott
• Gardens for Humanity – Sedona
• Grand Canyon Youth, Inc. (GCY) - Flagstaff
• Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona – Flagstaff
• Manzanita Outreach – Cottonwood
• People Who Care – Prescott
• Prescott Area Shelter Services – Prescott
• Prescott Farmers Market – Prescott
• Prescott YMCA of Yavapai County – Prescott
• Project Rising Hope – Cottonwood
• Real Hope, Inc. - Prescott Valley
• Sedona Community Food Bank – Sedona
• Step Up For Kids – Prescott
• Terra BIRDS – Flagstaff
• Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity – Cottonwood
• We Care Shi Cheii doo Shi Masani – Pinon
• Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters – Prescott
Central Region
• Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels – Phoenix
• Arizona YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix – Glendale
• CDT Kids – Higley
• Center for the Future of Arizona (CFA) - Phoenix
• Deep Sea Valkyries – Higley
• Desert Sounds Performing Arts, Inc. - Mesa
• Live and Learn Program – Phoenix
• Mom’s Pantry – Phoenix
• New Way Academy – Phoenix
• Phoenix Rescue Mission – Phoenix
• Save the Family Foundation of Arizona – Mesa
• Sports Kidz AZ – Anthem
• St. Mary’s Food Bank – Phoenix
• St. Vincent de Paul – Phoenix
Southern Region
• Eastern Arizona Hispanic Heritage Corporation – Safford
• Gila Watershed Partnership of Arizona – Thatcher
• Growth Partners Arizona (GPAz) - Tucson
• Integrative Touch (InTouch) - Tucson
• Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona – Tucson
• Marshall Home for Men, Inc. - Tucson
• Mt. Graham Safe House – Safford
• Sahuarita Food Bank – Sahuarita
• San Manuel Revitalization Coalition – San Manuel
• San Miguel High School – Tucson
• Southern Arizona Soccer Club – Tucson
• Tucson Juneteenth Festival, Inc. - Tucson
• Youth on Their Own (YOTO) - Tucson

To learn more about the OneAZ Community Foundation, visit

About OneAZ Credit Union
OneAZ Credit Union is a member-owned financial institution serving 150,000 members with 20 branch locations across Arizona. As a credit union with over $3.0 billion in assets, OneAZ is owned by its members, who benefit from better interest rates, lower fees for service and improved technology. Since 1951, OneAZ has strived to help Arizonans meet their financial needs through a full suite of personal and business banking solutions. OneAZ’s mission is to truly improve the lives of its members, its associates and the communities it serves. To learn more, visit Insured by NCUA.