Environmental Fund for Arizona
Rating: 4.91 stars 11 11 reviews
610 E. Bell Rd. #2-465 Phoenix AZ 85022 USA
The Environmental Fund for Arizona is a diverse and vibrant coalition of environmental & conservation organizations, dedicated to preserving, protecting, and sustaining Arizona for future generations. We support our member organizations by raising funds, awareness, and volunteerism through workplace giving and other activities.
EFAZ has raised nearly $1 million to help preserve and improve Arizona's environment since 2001.
All Arizona citizens and visitors
Direct beneficiaries per year:
29 of Arizona's leading environmental and conservation nonprofits
Geographic areas served:
State of Arizona
In September, 2011 we will be launching our $10 for 10 campaign to celebrate our 10th anniversary of caring for Arizona's environment. As part of the campaign, every gift up to $4,000 will be matched by a generous donation by National Bank of Arizona and First Solar! Our goal is to raise $10,000 by December, 2011.
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Working with EFAZ has been a wonderful experience. Laine the Executive Director is very passionate about the mission of EFAZ and is working diligently to make sure Arizona is aware of what EFAZ is up too and what they can offer to their members and the corporate workforce for a 'green' choice giving option. It has been a pleasure to work with someone like Laine that is driven by the core value of EFAZ's mission. Improving the quality of life for both people and wildlife in Arizona.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
Laine Seaton the Executive Director - she is a woman on a mission and very passionate about making a difference. I can only hope she can gain the funding to make some of her ideas come to fruition.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Really make an impact in Arizona. Caring from animals to restructuring how we care for our native plants and help keep the environment healthy.
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About every week
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