Serving Our Flagstaff Community

Forest Highlands Foundation is the unique philanthropic vehicle representing the Forest Highlands community in its support of non-profits serving the greater Flagstaff area. The Foundation was originally established by Forest Highlands residents, and is run, staffed, and funded by volunteers from our community.

Mission Statement

The Forest Highlands Foundation exists to make the greater Flagstaff community a better place for all by supporting effective local charitable organizations. The Foundation encourages, coordinates and leverages the generosity of Forest Highlands members to create identifiable impact on the needs of the community, with primary emphasis on human services for people at risk and programs focused on breaking the chain of poverty in future generations.

Who We Support:

Forest Highlands Foundation could not be the successful and compassionate entity that it has become without your generosity and hard work. Volunteers to Golfers, Party Goers to Runners, you have all helped to reach goals and change lives. The needs of people is a cause worthy of all your efforts. From our hearts, Thank You!

Foundation Annual Reports

Forest Highlands Foundation Annual Report

Through the generosity of our members, the Foundation was able to raise a total of $393,009. We wish to acknowledge and thank the following Forest Highlands members for their contributions during the year. You have made a significant, positive impact on those organizations that provide for the well-being of some of the most vulnerable members of the Flagstaff community. The Foundation and our grantees express their heartfelt gratitude.

FH Foundation 2021 Annual Report

Upcoming Events:

Opening Day

Opening Day

Friday, April 29 Opening Day is right around the corner. We are so excited to get the 2022 summer season started! Members can begin making tee times and dining reservations one week in advance at 7AM. Registration for Golf events like the Couples Invitational and...

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Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch Sunday, April 17 Members can join us at the club this Easter for an incredible Easter spread by Chef Eddie Matney & Chef Fred Miller. Bring the kids in time for the Eggstravaganza egg hunt and lots of activities and crafts!

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Founding Members:

The Forest Highlands Foundation Charter members: Norma Arlen, William Andrew, Robert Duffy, Bruce Frobes, Michael Greenbaum, David Hall, and Ray White formed the organization in 1999. The main objective at the time was an effort to build and support the Olivia White Hospice Home, named for founding member Ray White’s granddaughter who died at age 13 of a congenital genetic disease. The Olivia White Hospice home is now a part of Northland Hospice. Since that time FH Foundation has established annual fundraising activities to raise money through the generosity of the Forest Highlands community in support of the greater Flagstaff community.

Forest Highlands Foundation
[pictured left to right Bob Duffy, David Hall, Michael Greenbaum, Bruce Frobes]

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