Arizona Women’s Partnership Awards $32K in Grants

From left to right, standing, are Irma Jurado, Madelyn Doerr, Cynthia Arnold, Natalie Sayer, Mike Simonyi, Linda Herold, Joanna Meyer. Seated, from left to right, are Sandra Ryan, Tim Cullison, Paula Cullison and Pam Gill. (Submitted photo)

From left to right, standing, are Irma Jurado, Madelyn Doerr, Cynthia Arnold, Natalie Sayer, Mike Simonyi, Linda Herold, Joanna Meyer. Seated, from left to right, are Sandra Ryan, Tim Cullison, Paula Cullison and Pam Gill. (Submitted photo)

The Arizona Women’s Partnership, an-all volunteer philanthropic 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides grants to grassroots charities assisting under-served women and children at risk in Arizona.

This year the group was able to award a total of $32,500 in grants various statewide efforts.

The Arizona Women’s Partnership has awarded over $350,000 in grants since its formation in 2002.

The amount awarded annually is dependent upon the success of fundraising efforts. This year the Violet M. Johnson Family Foundation contributed another $25,000 to the Arizona Women’s Partnership.

“We are grateful for this donation and for all of our generous supporters,” said Paula Cullison, Arizona Women’s Partnership president and founder.

Go to www.azwp.org.

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