Catchafire Annual 'Pro-Bono' Opportunity: Deadline August 15
Friday, July 31, 2020
We are pleased to share that the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona has partnered with Catchafire, an online tool that connects nonprofits with professionals who want to donate their skills pro bono: and that you are invited to complete an application for a fully-funded, year-long membership.
Last year in their commitment to increase the capacity of nonprofits in southern Arizona, CFSA granted Catchafire memberships to 100 southern Arizona nonprofits. This year as a part of CFSA’s long-term COVID-19 recovery strategy, they have partnered with other regional funders, including
Arizona Community Foundation of Cochise
Arizona Community Foundation of Yuma
The David and Lura Lovell Foundation
Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona
to expand the Catchafire Program, offering year-long memberships to 500 nonprofits.
is an online, volunteer-matching platform that matches your organization with professional, virtual volunteers to help complete the projects most critical for your organization’s success.
To help provide you with the resources needed during this challenging time, we are inviting you to apply for a membership with Catchafire by completing a short online form through
Common Grant Application
. This short form should take 20 or less minutes to complete. The form opened on July 20, 2020 and the completed form is due August 14, 2020 at 5 pm.
To learn more about the platform, its benefits and completing an application, visit CFSA’s website here.
Please do not hesitate to contact either Kelly Huber (email@example.com
) or Jeaiza Quinones (firstname.lastname@example.org
) at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona with any questions.