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Duet, a Valley-based nonprofit, is participating in the GIVE65 Event, a 65-hour online giving campaign scheduled July 15-17. more
Local runner Lee Perreira recently completed 16 marathons in 16 days and delivered a $2,000 donation as a result to the Arizona Health Care Foundation. more
Every time Elisabeth Wisthoff looks at the license plate of her husband’s Toyota Tacoma, it reminds her of where they met, the life they’ve shared and the children they’ve … more
Love will conquer all. The word, “all” can encompass some of the most devastating situations for a person, a family --- even a nation. But at Ryan House, the word carries a weight … more
The Association for Supportive Child Care, a nonprofit dedicated to championing children by providing services, resources, and support to adults impacting kids from ages 0 to 8 years, announced the … more
Nurses and other caregivers at Abrazo Health hospitals can take a respite from the challenges of patient care during the coronavirus pandemic with meditation videos on tablets donated by the Sufi Psychology Association. more
Thunderbirds Charities has awarded the Human Services Campus a $300,000 grant for critical client services to help individuals experiencing homelessness remove barriers leading to permanent housing. more
A Phoenix sailor recently participated in a non-lethal weapons training course aboard a U.S. Navy warship. more
Four grants totaling $523,424 were awarded on May 26 from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital 2020 Leadership Circle Grant Presentations. The annual Leadership Circle Luncheon moved to an … more
Recent clergy changes from retirement to switching parishes were announced at Our Lady of the Angels Church at the Franciscan Renewal Center. more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets and helps them return to independence, hosted a virtual event June … more
A group of high school students, mostly from the Phoenix area, are stepping up to help Arizona’s tribal population with COVID-19 relief, raising more than $10,000 for the Navajo Nation. more
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently had Jack Fresquez, a Yale College Class of 2021, as keynote speaker during the club’s weekly Zoom meeting. more
Arizona native Chanel Bragg, an artist described as and advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion, was recently named associate artistic director at Arizona Theatre Company. more
Even though the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting The Rotary Club of Scottsdale weekly meeting way of life, club members recently joined area Rotarians and Project C.U.R.E. in sending $400,000 in medical supplies to hospitals in need. more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix will host “Night Without a Bed” to raise funds and awareness for families facing homelessness on Saturday, June 20. more
Scottsdale Human Services Commission Vice Chair Denny Brown is hosting a One Stop Giving Day water/school supply drive in Scottsdale. more
Lisa Polacheck, 48, who lives in Scottsdale, midway between Papago Park and at least seven downtown latte shops, knows all about first editions. more
Miss Arizona Preteen Ashley Nevison, a 13-year-old Phoenix resident, is spreading a message of anti-bullying and kindness through her recently published book “Gino and the Monster Bully.” more
The Valley Auto Dealers Association recently donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley to invest in financial aid for kids to attend summer programs. more
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