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Tempe Diablos grant $366,900 to qualified local nonprofit organizations

Tempe Diablos remain focused on giving back

Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

The Tempe Diablos charitable giving group awarded more than 40 qualified organizations with $366,900 in grants this calendar year.

The mission of the Tempe Diablos is to empower projects that make significant contributions to the community, including organizations that focus on food insecurity, ending child abuse, making STEM more accessible and more, according to a press release.

The money is a product of fundraising efforts by the group of community leaders and was distributed through the Tempe Diablos Charities, the 501(c)(3) arm of the program which handles grant dispensation.

“As Tempe Diablos, giving back to the community is our main priority and we are fortunate we have the opportunity to award this year’s grant recipients,” said Mike DiDomenico, Tempe Diablos president. “It is important for us to recognize the organizations throughout the Valley who are making an everlasting impact, and we are honored to work with them.”
Each year, the Tempe Diablos invite organizations that serve the Tempe community to apply for grants.

The Tempe Diablos Charities grant application for 2023 is now open and can be accessed here. For a grant to be considered, the completed application must be received online by Jan. 15, 2023.

Tempe Diablos 2022 grant
recipients and organizations include:

  • Advocacy31Nine
  • Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels
  • American Legion Post 2
  • Best Buddies in Arizona
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix
  • Care 4 the Caregivers
  • Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS)
  • Child Crisis Arizona
  • City of Tempe
  • East Valley Institute of Technology Education Foundation
  • EMPACT Suicide Prevention Center
  • Escalante Community Center
  • Future for KIDS
  • Girl Scouts—Arizona Cactus-Pine Council
  • HA.P.I (HAblar Para Integrar)
  • Homeless Youth Connection
  • Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates
  • Junior Achievement of Arizona
  • Lights Camera Discover
  • Lily’s Pad
  • Maggie’s Place
  • Pathway to Work
  • Raising Special Kids
  • Ryan House
  • Save the Family Foundation of Arizona
  • Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona
  • Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center
  • Spread D Love
  • St. Joseph the Worker
  • Tempe All-City Association
  • Tempe Community Council
  • Tempe Impacts Education Foundation
  • Tempe Leadership
  • Tempe Needlewielders
  • Tempe Rio Salado Little League
  • Tempe South Little League
  • The Arc of Tempe
  • The Centers for Habilitation
  • Treasures 4 Teachers
  • United Sound
  • Valley of the Sun YMCA – Tempe Family YMCA
  • Valley of the Sun YMCA – Camp Sky-Y
  • Village 360

The Tempe Diablos Charities grant application for 2023 is now open and can be accessed here.
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