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|#||Name||Title||Hours / Wk||Comp ($)|
|1||Karen Leland||Chief Comm Officer||40||204,304|
|2||Mary Jane Rynd||President & CEO||40||428,851|
|3||Carey Chambers||Chief Financial Officer||40||330,570|
|7||Arthur Decabooter||Trustee (Through 10/2019)||2||25,837|
|12||Terri Leon||Program Officer||40||117,115|
|13||Ellen Solowey||PROGRAM OFFICER||40||153,839|
|14||Gary Romero||Director of Grants||40||111,133|
|15||Karen Woodhouse||Vision Screening Dir||40||170,365|
|16||Terri Clark||Literacy Director||40||222,765|
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|2,500,000||Creighton University||Support construction of health sciences building on Creighton University Arizona Health Sciences Campus (Capital Campaign).||Omaha, NE||2019|
|1,622,346||Arizona State University Foundation||Implement the Knowledge Exchange for Resilience.||Tempe, AZ||2019|
|1,000,000||Society of St Vincent de Paul||Support strategic investments in fundraising and marketing (2020 Initiative).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|550,000||The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix||Support for the 2020 Charity and Development Appeal.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|515,000||Maricopa County Community College District Foundation||Support Achieving a College Education (ACE) program at four community colleges.||Tempe, AZ||2019|
|500,000||Foundation for Senior Living||Support capacity building (2020 Initiative-Post-ATLAS/Human Services Organizations).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|500,000||Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center||Support capacity building (2020 Initiative-Post-ATLAS/Human Services Organizations).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|485,000||Maricopa County Community College District Foundation||Support Achieving a College Education (ACE) program at four community colleges.||Tempe, AZ||2019|
|480,000||New Pathways for Youth||Purchase and renovate building to expand services.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|450,000||Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona||Purchase and renovate building (Capital Campaign).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|430,000||Foundation for Senior Living||Support construction of new adult day health services center in Glendale (Capital Campaign).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|410,000||Phoenix Zoo||Support construction of new cultural habitats (Capital Campaign).||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|360,000||Technical Assistance Partnership of Arizona||Purchase 48 SPOT photoscreeners for distribution to Maricopa County agencies to administer vision screening tests to children.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|350,000||Valle del Sol Inc||Upgrade technology to support telemedicine program.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|325,000||Southwest Human Development||Provide comprehensive early childhood training for education professionals.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|300,000||Phoenix Theatre||Implement strategic business plan to strengthen financial capacity.||Phoenix, AZ||2019|
|300,000||Eye Care 4 Kids||Establish a school-based children's vision clinic.||Midvale, UT||2019|
|297,000||LifeStream Complete Senior Living Inc||Repurpose assisted living location to a Green House model short-term rehabilitation facility.||Youngtown, AZ||2019|
|284,000||Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation||Support resilience building via capacity improvement (AGILE Reinforcing Resiliency in Arts and Culture).||Scottsdale, AZ||2019|
|271,270||Family Promise - Greater Phoenix||Purchase and renovate building to support expansion of homeless family services in Glendale.||Scottsdale, AZ||2019|
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ELIGIBLE ORGANIZATIONS MUST: A) BE LOCATED WITHIN OR PRIMARILY SERVING RESIDENTS OF MARICOPA COUNTY, AZ; B) BE TAX EXEMPT UNDER IRC SECTION 501(C)(3) OR AN INSTRUMENTALITY OF GOVERNMENT; C) HAVE BEEN IN ACTIVE EXISTENCE AS A 501(C)(3), UNLESS A GOVERNMENT INSTRUMENTALITY, FOR AT LEAST THREE YEARS; D) DELIVER PROGRAMS WHICH SUPPORT HEALTHCARE AND MEDICAL RESEARCH, CHILDREN, OLDER ADULTS, ARTS AND CULTURE, EDUCATION, OR RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS; E) NOT BE A PRIVATE FOUNDATION OR INELIGIBLE TYPE III SUPPORTING ORGANIZATION.
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