Active Grants

Below is a list of the “active” grants of the Flinn Foundation—those grants that have been awarded and (a) have yet to receive final payment; and/or (b) for which grant-related activities have not concluded. Many Flinn Foundation grants are multiple-year awards that receive payments throughout the duration of the grant.

This list is not comprehensive, as it excludes grants for membership dues to philanthropic organizations and other miscellaneous awards, but represents the Foundation’s project-specific grant-making activity to achieve its strategic programmatic goals. A complete list of all grants is included in the latest annual report of the Foundation, available for viewing and download in Publications and Multimedia.

Arizona Center for Innovation

City: Tucson

Amount: $30,000

Award Date: 2017

Duration: 12 months

Program Area: Bioscience

Partnership with Reglagene, a 2017 awardee of funding and program services through the Flinn Foundation Bioscience Entrepreneurship Program.

Arizona Science Center

City: Phoenix

Amount: $100,000

Award Date: 2017

Duration: 24 months

Program Area: Arts and Culture

Implementation of the organization’s Teen Engagement Initiative, teen-audience engagement programming designed to support the organization’s strategic vision and goals for long-term attendance and earned-revenue growth. This Implementation Grant is awarded under the Foundation’s arts-and-culture Initiative for Financial and Creative Health.

Arizona State University

City: Tempe

Amount: $125,000

Award Date: 2017

Duration: 12 months

Program Area: Flinn Scholars

Design and management of a summer 2018 study-abroad group seminar in China for the Flinn Scholars Class of 2017.

Arizona State University

City: Tempe

Amount: $540,000

Award Date: 2017

Duration: 48 months

Program Area: Flinn Scholars

Scholarship awards for the Flinn Scholars Class of 2017.

Arizona State University

City: Tempe

Amount: $100,000

Award Date: 2016

Duration: 24 months

Program Area: Bioscience

Partnership with Mayo Clinic Arizona to study a dysfunctional servomechanism that fails to properly regulate post-meal satiety. This study will provide critical structural information that could be utilized for in silico screening of drug candidates, with iterative testing and refinement in an in vitro cell-culture model. This grant is awarded under the Flinn Foundation Translational Research in Precision Medicine Seed Grant Initiative to support research collaborations between basic scientists and clinical researchers.