Sponsorship

The Arizona Community Foundation is Arizona’s premier charitable partner trusted by thousands of generous Arizonans. Each fund has a unique purpose, as each was created by a visionary individual, family or organization. NextStudent Academy of the Arts under the direction of Dr William Doc Jones,and Attorney William D Black is proud to have been accepted in this great organization to manage a fund for us. You can make you donations directly into our fund by going to https://secure.kimbia.com/secure/6EUQDCUQQW
Next Student Academy of the Arts is a component fund of the Arizona Community Foundation (EIN: 86-0348306)

37 Years of Inspiring Philanthropy
Since 1978, Arizona donors have entrusted their charitable dollars and dreams to the Arizona Community Foundation. Together, we’ve created lasting change throughout our state, awarding more than $500 million in grants and scholarships. Whatever your charitable goals, we make it easy for you. Seven fund type options allow you to become a leader and achieve maximum impact in the areas that matter to you.

A thriving arts scene and diverse cultural offerings bring enjoyment to residents and visitors, and are important drivers of our economy. To celebrate our rich history and diversity, bring valuable learning experiences to children and adults, and maintain our strong social fabric, the Arizona Community Foundation collaborates to build Arizona’s infrastructure to support a vibrant arts and culture community.

ACF is funding the Arizona Cultural Data Project, a powerful, web-based data collection tool for arts and cultural organizations that collects and disseminates comprehensive, high-quality data to help organizations work more effectively. Participating groups have access to free, on-demand assistance from a team of accountants specializing in nonprofit finance, who can help them provide accurate data and understand their financial picture more thoroughly. The CDP then serves as a repository so groups can track their individual data and trends over time, generate reports and compare how they operate relative to their peers. Since its launch in 2011, 219 nonprofit arts and culture organizations have contributed audited financial data to the Arizona Cultural Data Project(AZCDP). – See more at: http://www.azarts.gov/programs/arizona-cultural-data-project/#sthash.v4HYfIAW.dpuf
Since the Arizona Cultural Data Project’s launch in 2011, 219 nonprofit arts and culture organizations have contributed audited financial data, but more participation will yield more accurate data for the entire sector. Learn more about submitting your organization’s data profile.
“Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona” was developed by the Arizona Cultural Data Project Task Force to provide a greater understanding of the breadth and impact of Arizona’s arts and culture sector. – See more at: http://www.azarts.gov/programs/arizona-cultural-data-project/#sthash.i5bvH4ZY.dpuf“Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona” was developed by the Arizona Cultural Data Project Task Force to provide a greater understanding of the breadth and impact of Arizona’s arts and culture sector. – See more at: http://www.azarts.gov/programs/arizona-cultural-data-project/#sthash.i5bvH4ZY.dpuf Read a new report, entitled “Impact: Arts and Culture in Arizona,” developed by the Arizona Cultural Data Project Task Force to provide a greater understanding of the breadth and impact of Arizona’s arts and culture sector.