Arizona organizations receive $100,000 grants for their solutions to community problems

On Wednesday night, May 24th, three teams won the Common Good Challenge and each won a $100,000 grant for coming up with solutions to community problems.

The Common Good Challenge is the fifth award under the New Arizona Awards banner and is a collaboration of the Arizona Community Foundation, the Republic of Arizona, and the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University.

The New Arizona Awards were first established in 2014 by the Community Foundation in partnership with The Republic and Morrison Institute.

According to the initiative’s website, the Common Good Challenge aims to embrace the idea that people with diverse perspectives and backgrounds develop solutions to community problems that benefit society. It’s a gold contest.

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