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Community

 

Under the leadership of Governor Doug Ducey, the Arizona Commerce Authority is committed to providing resources to the Arizona community as we all work together to return stronger. Here the Arizona community can find ways to support local businesses, nonprofits and volunteer, along with answers to frequently asked questions.


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Arizona Together

Governor Ducey launched the Arizona Together initiative to support Arizonans during the COVID-19 outbreak, connecting individuals and businesses to resources, raising money for community organizations and providing information on volunteer opportunities.

 

ARIZONA TOGETHER

 


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AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund

Established as part of the Arizona Together initiative, the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund will provide financial support to organizations working to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 in Arizona.

 

DONATE


$8,225,000+

Donations

Thank you to the following for generous donations to the AZ Conoravirus Relief Fund



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The Arizona Way

Arizonans are coming together in creative ways to support each other through this unprecedented time. This Arizona Way page shows all the ways the community has stepped up to help, because that’s the Arizona way. 

 

THE ARIZONA WAY


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AZSportsTogether

Arizona’s sixteen leading sports organizations formed AZSportsTogether in a collective effort to provide emergency relief funding. Each organization offered a unique, elite-level, “money can’t buy” experience and Arizona residents can purchase raffle tickets for an opportunity to win. Proceeds from raffle tickets sales will be donated to the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund. 

 

ENTER RAFFLE


Frequently Asked Questions

In addition to the above resources, read these frequently asked questions for more information on how Arizonams can support small businesses, nonprofits and the community.


What can I do to support small businesses and local restaurants?

What can I do to support nonprofits in my community?

Are there opportunities for me to volunteer during this time?

How is the state utilizing telemedicine during this time?