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Envisioning a Future of Healthy Minds, Bodies and Spirits

Learn about our initiatives and help sustain them.

We are working closely with our Grantee Partners to address the root causes of social problems through innovative solutions, structure and systems change, and organizational transformation until our planned sunset.

Untitled Documentary – Social Impact Media Afterimage Public Media Mental Health
LIV Utah Film Center for the Benefit of Liv Forever Films LLC Mental Health
Arizona End of Life Care Partnership (AzEOLCP) United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona Health and Wellness
older couple smiling foreheads touching
Arizona Healthcare Directives Registry (AzHDR) Health Current Health and Wellness
Be R.E.A.D.I. The Drawing Studio IDEA Grants
ReFrame Sundance Institute Gender Parity
Program Related Investment Growth Partners Arizona Community Responsibility
Orchestrating Change Me2/Orchestra, Inc. Mental Health
Enhancing Policies and Training JCC IDEA Grants
Thoughtful Life Conversations Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association Education Foundation Health and Wellness
Artist Ambassador Crisis Response Initiative Sound Mind Live Mental Health
Fair Play, Equal Pay® Girl Scouts of the USA Gender Parity
Interprofessional End of Life Care Training Partnership (IP-EOLCTP) at University of Arizona Health Sciences (UAHS) Phase II University of Arizona Foundation for the benefit of the University of Arizona Health Sciences Health and Wellness
Bedlam Community Screening International Documentary Association Mental Health
Making IDEA Reality Children’s Museum IDEA Grants
COMMITTED Documentary Feature Film International Documentary Association (serving as fiscal sponsor for Upper East Films) Mental Health
Healthy Intergenerational Masculinity (HIM) Initiative Boys to Men Tucson Gender Parity
Healing Trauma & Building Resilience: Bringing Mind-Body Medicine to Arizona’s Tribal Communities The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM) Health and Wellness
Lilly Movie Post Production, Lilly Movie Social Action Campaign The Film Collaborative Gender Parity
The Paradise Paradox Podium Society Mental Health
A Bold Community Photo
Building Measurement, Evaluation, and Learning Capacity at Women Moving Millions Women Moving Millions Gender Parity
Lift Our Voices Lift Our Voices Gender Parity
Merger of Arizona Grantmakers Forum with Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits Community Responsibility
Virtual Reality Field Trip Program Act One Youth Access to the Arts
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops Center for Independent Documentary Mental Health
NAMI Walks
Alignment for Greater Impact National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Mental Health
Statewide Expansion Women’s Foundation for the State of Arizona (WFSA) Gender Parity
Any Given Day Beti Films, Chicago Filmmaker Mental Health
Fast Pitch Social Venture Partners Tucson (SVP Tucson) Community Responsibility
The Mariachi Miracle La Frontera Arizona, Inc. Youth Access to the Arts
TakeCare®, a National Initiative that Invites People to Take Care of Their Whole Health Healthy US Collaborative Health and Wellness
Arizona Together for Impact Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits/Arizona Grantmakers Forum Community Responsibility
Whole Health in the States (WHITS)/Comprehensive Pain Care for Medically Underserved Populations  Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health Health and Wellness
Roselynn Carter
Mental Health Parity Collaborative The Carter Center Mental Health
Gender Equity and Mental Health Coverage The 19th Gender Parity Mental Health
Annenberg Inclusion Initiative University of Southern California Mental Health Gender Parity
Legacy Mental Health Fund Greater Toledo Community Foundation Mental Health
Creating Sustainable Arts Programming in America’s Toughest Schools Lead Guitar Youth Access to the Arts
Foundation President Ann Lovell shares how the four focus areas were selected and the decision to sunset the Foundation to accelerate its potential to create real change, in real time.

The David and Lura Lovell Foundation is a family foundation established in 1994 that funds high-impact initiatives nationwide in four focus areas:  mental health, integrative health and wellness, youth access to the arts and gender parity.