In 1840 Alexis de Tocqueville noted the peculiar Americanization of charitable giving that provided for not only for the poor, sick and hungry, but also supported efforts in culture, education, animal welfare and social justice. Americans lead the world in building libraries, museums, performance halls, churches, emergency and homeless shelters, schools, hospitals, and public service agencies to serve almost every societal need or challenge we can imagine. Powers Young & Company celebrates this American spirit of philanthropy, and is honored to have helped Arizona nonprofits realize their dreams and the dreams of those they serve.
Since 2000, Powers Young & Company has developed a reputation for achievement, excellence and professionalism through hard work, rigorous application of proven fundraising principles and decades of experience in nonprofit management and financial development. We have helped our Arizona clients build board strength, develop, implement and realize their strategic visions, and secure over $340 million in philanthropic support for capital and endowment projects.