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Mom’s Pantry food bank recently received a $50,000 gift through Turner Sports from basketball icon and commentator, Charles Barkley. more
Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial, Inc. has awarded an aviation scholarship to  a Cochise College student,  Michael Barragan, pursuing an associate of professional pilot technology degree.  more
Team Tasha, a new local nonprofit event, kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness month by raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. more
If you were moved by the 2018 movie Instant Family, you can create your own version by opening your heart and home to Vanessa and Reye. Vanessa, 15, is a compassionate, nurturing teen and the … more
The Grand Canyon University Worship Arts program has released its fifth album, “Canyon Worship 2020,” featuring student and Scottsdale native, Logan Myers. more
Attorneys Jay Zweig and Melissa Costello recently joined Ballard Spahr’s Labor and Employment Group based in Phoenix. more
Author Sasha Graham has announced the publication of the Spanish language edition of her children’s book, “Milo does not like Mornings.” more
Cameron Colvin, former NFL athlete, real estate investor and philanthropist, has pledged $200 million to Goodwill of Central and Northern Arizona Foundation to help individuals achieve lifelong … more
While the COVID-19 pandemic has been a stressful time for many, the arts have been hit especially hard. As an institution that relies on group performances and nonprofit donations, Ballet Arizona … more
U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s Podium Club Certification Program requires a rigorous, mission-driven, self-assessment and review of best principles and practices in eight areas of organizational performance. more
Project Humanities’ annual Hacks for Humanity: Hacking for the Social Good draws participants from different professions, ages, communities, and backgrounds for a weekend of creating solutions … more
In the time of the novel coronavirus, crisis knows no bounds and in the case of family homelessness the realities have become harsher than years before in the Valley of the Sun, outreach officials … more
When life’s first moments are the hardest — a sentiment nearly all parents sympathize with — being in the hands of a qualified neonatal intensive care unit gives Scottsdale’s … more
In honor of Dr. Fayez K. Ghishan’s 25th anniversary as director of the University of Arizona Steele Children’s Research Center, the Phoenix Women’s Board of the Steele … more
The Phoenix-based David R. Sellers Foundation has funded several nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic and officially launched its website. more
Beth Ami Temple of Paradise Valley will open virtually to the community as it welcomes congregants and non-members to its High Holiday online services in September. more
Paradise Valley residents will be able to attend a special day-long program on pandemic coping skills for no charge, thanks to a Town of Paradise Valley grant to the Franciscan Renewal Center, commonly known as also called “the Casa.” more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix is ensuring that the families in their care are ready for learning under any circumstances as the school year begins. more
Stories of animals overcoming adversity and challenges are floating around at OdySea Aquarium as eight-month old Rosie, an African penguin, overcomes physical disabilities. more
Melissa Swader, the editor in chief of her online publication called Elevate Magazine, announces the debut of her new book that focuses on business and marketing entitled, “One Yellow Brick.” more
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