Homeward Bound receives $538,000 grant as Thunderbirds Charities give over $3.8 million to 43 local non-profits
Thunderbirds Charities announced recently that it awarded more than $3.8 million in grants to 43 nonprofits across the Valley during its spring 2020 funding cycle.
The Phoenix-based organization said in a press release Aug. 5 that the total amount donated was $3,816,500.
Of the 43 grants, two were for over $500,000, four were more than $300,000 and 12 were over $100,000.
Homeward Bound and Barrow Neurological Foundation received the two grants worth a combined $1.38 million.
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