Public Allies Arizona
ASU Lodestar Center receives Bank of America grant to train the next generation of nonprofit and civic leaders
ASU Lodestar Center programs among eight organizations committing to integrate training into their programming to build stronger, more inclusive leaders
Public Allies Ariel Baber (left) and Brianna Johnson clean up some of the debris in the wash at Francisco Elias Esquer Park during their service project. A team of volunteers needed the entirety of the cleanup event just to clear the wash.
The inaugural cohort of Public Allies Arizona graduated in summer 2007 after 10 months of service with nonprofit organizations.
December 10, 2020 (Tucson, Ariz.) – Arizona State University is embedded in the city of Tucson. Working with nonprofits, corporations and local municipalities, ASU is a deeply committed partner working toward making meaningful change. One of ASU's Tucson programs is Public Allies Arizona, run by the ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation.