FY18-19 Community Funding Recipients

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

CITY OF GOODYEAR COMMUNITY FUNDING PROGRAM 

FY2018-19 AWARD RECIPIENTS

Agency:

FY2019 Funded

A New Leaf, Inc. - Family Stability Program: in support of the Family Stability Program to provide direct services to preserve and restore family functioning, keep families safely housed, and improve children's academic success by helping families address the various challenges that have led to their instability.

$5,000

Agua Fria Food & Clothing Bank: to help fund the purchase of a new, more reliable vehicle to pick up donated items from local businesses, grocery stores, churches, and schools our supply of food.

$12,000

All Faith Community Services: to support programs:
1) For job training for low income adults and at-risk youth between the ages of 15-18 years.
2) To enhance food programs that will bring fresh produce monthly to assist in healthy eating and impact those with special dietary needs.
3) To provide training that will enhance senior engagement at the food bank and impact work opportunities for employment.
4) To assist in the provision of direct services to families in need through partnership with Goodyear schools.

$12,000

Area Agency on Aging, Region One: to sustain Senior Adult Independent Living (SAIL) services for Goodyear residents.

$5,300

Benevilla: to support the Volunteer Home Services program in Goodyear.

$1,500

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona: to support BBBSAZ’s Goodyear Community Based Mentoring Program, which provides youth mentoring services throughout the community beyond the schools.

$3,000

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix: for educational and other afterschool and summer programming to Goodyear youth and teens at its Tri-City West/Thornwood Branch (TCW) in Avondale.

$5,000

Catitude Gallery & Studio-A Community Arts Center: in support of Follow Your Art Jr - a summer high school arts program.

$1,000

Central Arizona Shelter Services, Inc. (CASS): in support of Regional Emergency Shelter for Single Adults.

$11,000

Childhelp, Inc.: to help fund the salary of a therapist on the Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) providing investigational resources, specialized treatment and support services to child victims of abuse and their non-offending family members.

$10,000

Community Information and Referral Services (CIR): to help fund the salary of one 2-1-1 Arizona Call Specialist who will give guided assistance to community services avialble to those in need.

$3,000

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona: for direct program expenses related to the Weekly Mentor Program provided to children living in Goodyear's New Life Center.

$1,500

Goodyear Lion's Club Fdn Inc.: to help with the purchase of a second SPOT machine.

$2,000

Helping Families In Need: to provide outreach in Goodyear communities, health awareness, and enrollment in various public programs.

$3,500

Homeless Youth Connection: for case management and housing for homeless youth attending high schools in Goodyear.

$1,500

Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc.: to sponsor Goodyear students at the JA BizTown program during the 2018-2019 school year.

$4,000

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest: to support ongoing program costs associated with the Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program (IHELP).

$2,100

Mission of Mercy (MOM): to assist with the costs associated with primary healthcare visits for Goodyear residents.

$1,500

New Life Center: to support the expense of utilities, repairs, and maintenance of the 104 bed emergency shelter campus located in the city of Goodyear.

$8,000

Northwest Valley Connect: towards ongoing program costs associated with transportation options for seniors and people with disabilities, to overcome existing service gaps.

$2,000

Sky Kids, Incorporated: in sponsorship of an event that offers disabled or special needs children with a venue to build self-esteem and confidence through the unique experience of flight.

$1,000

Sojourner Center: to assist in providing direct services to Goodyear residents through mobile advocacy, lay legal support, community awareness, and emergency shelter services.

$1,500

Southwest Lending Closet: towards maintaining adequate inventory, operational costs, toward meeting the needs of expanding the existing space, and to install an inventory management system.

$10,000

Southwest Valley Literacy Association (SVLA): for recruiting, training and certifying tutor volunteers to teach English literacy skills to non-English speaking adults.

$1,000

St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance (St. Mary’s): to procure the food for, prepare, and provide Emergency Food Boxes (EFBs) to low-income individuals and families in Goodyear who are dealing with a crisis situation, such as a fire, flood, unexpected layoff, or significant illness.

$5,000

West Valley Youth Orchestra: to help fund a one day Workshop for members of the West Valley Youth Orchestra.

$1,000

 

$ 114,400

CURRENT APPLICATION: Closed. Check back in April 2019 or subscribe to receive alerts about future Community Funding grant opportunities.

For questions, email communityfunding@goodyearaz.gov or call 623-882-7801.

Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.
They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.

Acrobat Reader Flash Player Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer