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Tucson Community Partner Application
Organizations wishing to apply for the Community Partnership grant must complete the following one page application. Applicants must be a 501C-3 non-profit organization, a collaboration of nonprofit partners, or a community or corporate foundation.
We have awarded a community partnership grant to one applicant per month since January 2009.
Applications may be submitted at any time. To be considered for a specific month, this application must be delivered by the first Wednesday of the previous month.
Please use the form below to submit your request.
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Homeless veterans cut in half
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