As a member of Arizona Grantmakers Forum you join a group of engaged, committed philanthropists working together to improve our community. We offer a variety of services to meet the needs of our members.
Members are invited to attend our programs at no cost. Our numerous programs include:
- Educational programs and webinars on relevant issues in grantmaking and strengthening skills
- Networking opportunities and peer gatherings
- Affinity groups for members with common funding interests provide opportunities to explore issues with their peers
- Annual member meeting
- Access to program videos, handouts and other resources from previous programs
Publications and Resources
Members receive monthly newsletters with highlights of current national and local philanthropy news, plus relevant resources for the work you do. Arizona Grantmakers regularly partners with experts and local thought leaders to produce research, surveys and reports.
Our member directory includes current, searchable contact information for more than 75 Arizona grantmakers. This is a member benefit available to Arizona Grantmakers Forum members to help them connect to other grantmakers and colleagues.
Member discounts apply to the Stanford Social Innovation Review and The Foundation Review. For more information about these discounts please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free Job Listing Service
Members can post job openings for free to the Arizona Grantmakers Forum Career Center. To submit an opening, please send the job description, salary range and closing date to email@example.com.
Arizona Grantmakers members are subscribed to our listserv, a group email list that enables members to communicate directly with the whole membership. You can tap the collective knowledge of your grantmaking peers by submitting questions, sharing your grantmaking highlights or notifying them of an upcoming event.
The Arizona Grantmakers team is available to answer technical questions, direct you to resources and personally connect you with peers. Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research on Arizona Philanthropy
Arizona Grantmakers Forum has access to Candid’s online directory of foundations and can provide members with information on national and local foundations funding in specific interest areas throughout Arizona. This information can be especially helpful when looking for partners to provide advice, matching dollars, etc.
Directors & Officers Liability Insurance
With the increased governmental scrutiny on the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors, many experts strongly recommend that foundations carry Directors & Officers Insurance to protect both trustees and the foundation. Arizona Grantmakers offers a discounted Directors’ and Officer’s Liability Insurance coverage program to our members through a partnership with the Council on Foundations. For detailed information about this policy, click here.
Bromelkamp Company Software
Arizona Grantmakers is pleased to bring you a discount offer on grantmaking software. Through a special arrangement with United Philanthropy Forum and Bromelkamp Company, a 5% discount on Akoya.net software one-time set-up fees is available to our members. Designed in Microsoft Dynamics 365, Akoya.net is a fully integrated, CRM-based grants management software for private, community and corporate foundations. Designed and modifiable to meet your needs, Akoya.net allows you to manage contacts tracking/CRM, grants and scholarships, as well as fundraising and fund accounting (optional), and events in a single system. For more information about Bromelkamp Company LLC and its software, please visit https://bromelkamp.com/.
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- New Quovo clients who are members of a regional association receive 20% discounted off the first two years of their Quovo subscription
- Regional associations receive 15 percent of the post-discounted annual subscription prices for the first and second years of Member Organizations’ subscriptions