Please help spread the word about 2019-2020 Arts Proficiency Seal Applications opening on the Arts Education Website. This is an important step in the direction of valuing arts in education in Arizona. http://www.azed.gov/artseducation/arizona-state-seal-of-arts-proficiency/ At the State Board of Education meeting on Monday October 28th 2019, rulemaking closed on the State Seal of Arts Proficiency R7-2-321. … Read more »
Please click here to read a new Blog post from Exponent Philanthropy’s website that is based on a presentation John Amoroso and Christina Rossetti gave at their annual conference in 2018.
Please click on the links below for two articles from Inside Philanthropy on end of life grant making. End of Life Funding 2018/4/28 Collaboration with CFSA 2017/7/30
Please click here for a link to an article from The Arizona Pulse on an end of life care survey of Arizona physicians administered by the Arizona Medical Association and Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association.
Please click on the link to read an article about end of life planning from the February 18th edition of The Arizona Daily Star. Please note a correction – the first bullet point in the article should read: “$1 million to the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association, based in Phoenix, to get patients talking about… Read more »
Lovell Foundation and Community Foundation for Southern Arizona Partner to Award Nearly $3 Million for End-of-Life Care and Planning Services
The grants represent a powerful opportunity for nonprofits to target these issues collectively. TUCSON, Ariz., (July 20, 2017) – The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA) and The David and Lura Lovell Foundation announced their alliance to award almost $3 million to Arizona nonprofits to cooperatively address issues related to the awareness, understanding, and availability… Read more »
The Tucson-based David and Lura Lovell Foundation recently approved $492,000 in grants for 13 Tucson nonprofit organizations to support programs in the areas of mental health, integrative health and wellness, youth access to the arts, and gender parity. Additional grants to two national programs totaled $156,000. The largest grant this year is for $162,000 to… Read more »
The David and Lura Lovell Foundation awarded $1.2 million in grants during 2016 to support projects related to mental health, integrative health and wellness, and youth access to the arts. A new area of interest, gender parity, is currently under development. Since its founding in 1994, the Lovell Foundation has awarded more than $14 million… Read more »
The Tucson-based David and Lura Lovell Foundation recently approved $748,000 in grants for nine Tucson nonprofit organizations to support programs in the areas of mental health, integrative medicine and arts for youth. The largest grant this year is for $300,000 over two years to the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine to develop the Integrative Health… Read more »
TOLEDO, OH – The David and Lura Lovell Foundation awarded $150,000 in grants this summer to support programs of six nonprofit organizations in Toledo, plus three other projects. The family foundation funds projects related to mental health, integrative medicine, cultural / spiritual enrichment and philanthropic education. Since its founding in 1994, the Lovell Foundation has… Read more »