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Sixteen-year-old Aaron likes to stay active, both physically and mentally. more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
A local nonprofit organization has printed small pocketbook-sized editions of the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence and making them available free of charge to Arizona school … more
More than $1.06 million to fund patient care, programs and services for patients and their families at Phoenix Children’s Hospital was raised during the ninth annual ABC15 Telethon. more
When asked, thirteen-year-old Kasumy describes herself as quiet, happy, and open to trying new things. more
Dutch Bros Phoenix partnered with customers to raise $78,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. more
The Phoenix Holocaust Association and Arizona Jewish Historical Society have combined efforts to offer various Holocaust education and awareness programs in a virtual environment to schools, youth and community organizations. more
HALO (Helping Animals Live On) Animal Rescue, a Phoenix-based nonprofit that helps animals in Maricopa County find furever homes, has received a $30,000 grant from the newly named Petco … more
The room fills with laughter as Wesson cracks another joke. The thirteen-year-old has a magnetic personality and a wide smile that he likes to show often. more
A local Girl Scout Brownie troop delivered $1,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating funds to the hospital’s Camp Rainbow program serving cancer patients. Brownie Troop 4917 from … more
Wreaths Across America Mobile Education Exhibit announces the touring display’s arrival on Wednesday, April 21 in Phoenix. more
What does adoption mean? For siblings Jaeden, Miracle, and William, it means, “Someone will take care of you.” more
Ashley Nevison, 14, announces the publication of her second children’s book, “We Are So Beautiful; Valuing the Differences Among Everyone,” which introduces the concept of diversity to children. more
In addition to organizational changes to be announced in upcoming weeks, the Arizona Community Foundation announces the departure of its chief philanthropy officer. more
St. Joseph’s Foundation has announced Dr. Albert G. Wendt and his family gifted $2.1 million to establish an endowment supporting breast cancer care and education at Dignity Health – Cancer Institute at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center. more
A keepsake, although typically sentimental in value, can speak volumes to where a person has been, who they are and who they were at a particular time — but the time of the novel coronavirus … more
Sometimes a sandwich, chips, and a cookie may “hit the spot,” especially after spending a morning building a home; so Habitat Builders Box lunches­ will not only satisfy hunger needs but help raise funds for Habitat for Humanity.  more
Alex and Sean are teenaged brothers ready to take on the world together. more
Local Girl Scout troops rallied together to sell over 2 million boxes of cookies this year despite increased social distancing because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Girl Scout Arizona … more
One dollar from every drink sold from open to close on Tuesday, April 6 at all 28 Valley Dutch Bros coffee drive-thru locations will benefit the “health, hope and healing” of Phoenix Children's Hospital patients. more
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