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Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits was formed in 2004 to be the unifying voice of the nonprofit sector in Arizona.  We are the only statewide association dedicated to serving the needs of the more than 20,000 nonprofit organizations all across Arizona.  We do this through advocacy, education, information, connection and resources, which are tailored specifically for nonprofits, their staff, their board and their volunteers.  

Membership is based on budget size and is available for nonprofits, businesses, government, and individual supporters.

For questions about joining the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, please contact Robyn Reyff at 602-857-8103 or

Join the Alliance

The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits + Arizona Grantmakers Forum strives for equity in the work that we do for the nonprofit and philanthropic communities throughout the state. As such, we are excited to offer nonprofit membership scholarships on a scale, based on organizational budget and tiered over 4 years. Scholarships are available to new members or members experiencing undue hardship. 

To apply, please complete this form and our Membership team will reach out. If you have questions, please contact Robyn Reyff

*Scholarships are on a first come, first serve basis and are contingent upon funding. 

Arizona Grantmakers Forum

Arizona Grantmakers Forum aims to advance philanthropic efforts at all levels, from grassroots community work to state and federal policy initiatives. We provide the philanthropic sector with the tools to maximize their impact through a three-pronged approach: 

  • Connect: Encourage connection with colleagues across the state through networking events and opportunities.
  • Educate: Provide professional development and leadership-building opportunities through educational programs, affinity group meetings and more. 
  • Advocate: Empower philanthropy professionals to influence change at the legislative level by facilitating meetings and discussions with policymakers and helping members explore related opportunities.

Membership to Arizona Grantmakers Forum is open to:

  • Any foundation, corporation, governmental agency or individual with a formal grantmaking program
  • Any trust
  • Any endowed community foundation
  • Any individual contributing a minimum of $25,000 annually to charity

For questions about joining Arizona Grantmakers Forum, please contact .

Guide to Grants Online & Resources for Good

Arizona Guide to Grants Online

The Arizona Guide to Grants Online (GGO) provides you with a whole host of powerful, easy-to-use features to supercharge your grants research and quickly zero in on funders that match your organization's mission and programs.

  • Continual updates of existing profiles and new or added funders give you instant 24-hour access to the most up-to-the-minute information available about grantmakers with an interest in Arizona.
  • Hotlinks from our online grantmaker profiles connect you immediately to the funders' own web pages, for complete details about their grantmaking and community support programs.
  • Flexible, powerful search capabilities let you zero in quickly and easily on your potential grantmakers by funding priority, target group, or keyword for geographic scope of giving, deadlines, sample grants, and more.
  • Name search lets you search our profiles for program officers, board members, and other key behind-the-scenes individuals.
  • Searchable sample grants listings show you exactly who the grantmakers are giving to - and let you find out who's giving to organizations like yours.
  • Finally, you can save or print out all your search results of selected funder profiles.

Join Arizona Guide to Grants Online.

Note: the above link is for non-members only. New members can add Arizona Guide to Grants Online when signing up for a membership with the Alliance or through their customer account.

Resources For Good Directory Listing & Advertising

You can customize your directory page and select up to three categories from which nonprofit professionals (members and non-members) can find information about the products and/or services you provide.

Resources for Good Directory includes:

  • Description of your organization and what you provide
  • Contact information including email, phone and website
  • Geographic service area(s) and location of headquarters
  • Ability to include social media links, your blog, testimonials and additional resources
  • Pro-Bono services you may offer
  • Discount or special benefit to Alliance members you may offer
  • AND the ability for visitors to send you a message directly from your directory page

>> Visit the Resources for Good Directory! <<

Join the Resources for Good Directory.

Note: the above link is for non-members only. New members can add the Resources for Good Directory when signing up for a membership with the Alliance or through their customer account.

For questions about Guide to Grants Online or Resources for Good Directory, please contact Robyn Reyff at 602-857-8103 or