Giving

Thriving Nonprofit Technology Grants

NEW!!! Thriving Nonprofit Technology Grants

Technology has long been identified as a significant barrier to the advancement of nonprofit organizations. Lighting, cameras, microphones, hardware, and software costs create significant hurdles when paired with a sometimes steep learning curve for an already taxed staff. The COVID-19 pandemic has given nonprofit organizations no choice but to face the barriers head on. Those who innovate and embrace technology, virtual programming, meetings, events, and fundraising are surviving and even thriving. The Foundation acknowledges the adaptiveness and resilience of Southern Arizona's nonprofits and has created the Thriving Nonprofit Technology (TNT) Grants to provide a technology funding infusion to support the continued achievement of unique and meaningful public health outcomes, not just for today, but into the future as well. 

Eligibility and Limits

TNT Grant applicants must be 501c3 organizations with missions, projects and/or programs that aim to advance and/or improve the health of people living in Southern Arizona. Applications must be submitted by October 26 at 5 pm. A minimum of four (4) awards of up to $5,000 each will be awarded in November, 2020. Grant funds awarded must be used to purchase items necessary for virtual trainings, meetings, events, fundraising, etc., including but not limited to software, hardware, lighting, cameras, laptops, IPads, microphones, and/or training associated with technology integration. Funds may be used for existing and/or new projects and programming. Collaborations with other nonprofits and/or TOMF are encouraged but not required. Additional restrictions may apply and are detailed on the application.

Please contact Nicole Struck, Program Director, at (520)299-4545 or nicole@tomf.org with questions or to request an application.