City organizations among 100 being awarded $1.4 million in grants

From 1993 to 2022, Anderson Children’s Foundation has awarded more than $18.5 million to 1,263 projects.

Multiple Palm Springs-based organizations were the recipients of grant money awarded last week by an organization focused on enhancing the lives of children in the Coachella Valley.

Driving the news: Anderson Children’s Foundation (ACF) recently announced its annual grant recipients. More than $1.4 million was awarded for the coming year to 100 different organizations.

  • Among those receiving grant funding in Palm Springs were the city’s Parks & Recreation Department, the Desert Art Center Middle School Art Program, Palm Canyon Theatre, Nickerson-Rossi Dance Company, the Palm Springs Opera Guild, and Well in the Desert.

Big Picture: ACF was founded in 1970 and initially sponsored special programs in the Palm Springs Unified School District. Over the years, it expanded to support diverse nonprofit organizations throughout the valley.

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  • From 1993 to 2022, ACF has awarded more than $18.5 million to 1,263 projects.

FYI: ACF accepts grant proposals from Feb. 1 to April 30 each year. You can find out more about the process by going here.

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