Founded in 1987, Valley Partnership is the real estate industry leader advocating for responsible growth policies through public private partnerships that positively impact expansion and economic development.

One of its cornerstones is community service. Each year, Valley Partnership selects a nonprofit organization that can benefit from the skills, efforts and supplies provided by its partners. Valley Partnership’s objective is to renovate and enhance a facility for children and those in need. Over the past 25 years, Valley Partnership has contributed more than $3.8 million to the community.

Valley Partnership is currently accepting applications for our 2015 Community Project recipient. Interested parties can apply or nominate an organization that would benefit from the community service of Valley Partnership and its members. The application can be found at 2015 COMMUNITY PROJECT- GRANT OPPORTUNITY Application Form and supplementary information will be accepted.

The deadline to submit completed applications for the 2015 Community Project is Monday, March 16, 2015.

Past Valley Partnership Community Projects

2014 Arizona Foundation for the Handicapped

2013 Save the Family – Escobedo at Verde Vista

2012 SARRC

2011 Maggie’s Place

2010 Phoenix Day

2009 Tempe Salvation Army Corps

2008 Foundation for Blind Children

2007 Salvation Army Chandler Youth Center

2006 Herbert Kieckhefer Branch Boys and Girls Clubs

2005 IG Holmes Branch Boys and Girls Clubs

2004 Las Fuentes Health Clinic of Guadalupe

2003 Starshine Academy

2002 Improving Chandler Area Neighborhoods

2001 Salvation Army Maryvale

2000 Booker T. Washington Child Development Center

1999 Glendale Drug Elimination Family Awareness Program

1998 Phoenix Youth at Risk

1997 Glendale Family Development Center

1996 CASS: Horace Steele House

1995 Tumbleweed Youth Crisis Center

1994 Rosenzweig Boys & Girls Club

1993 Tempe Boys & Girls Club

1992 Schoolhouse Foundation

1991 La Alianza Project – Phoenix

1989-90 US Desert Botanical Garden

1988-89 CasaTeresa Women’s Shelter