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Rhonda LaBatt, 46, runs Scottsdale-based Redemption Market, to help others in need and benefit social causes that provide opportunities for women and the impoverished. more
Civitan Foundation, Inc. will distribute meals to children in need at nine Arizona locations as part of the Summer Food Service Program. more
Scottsdale Arizona Synchronized Swimming Team, which celebrated its 30th anniversary on May 17, will officially commemorate the occasion in the fall with a water show and team/alumni celebration. more
The Thunderbirds, hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, partnered with NextMed to purchase and distribute more than 100,000 PPE Masks to the Phoenix community as part of the NextMed Cares … more
Liberty Mutual and Safeco Insurance recently announced a $10,000 donation to Family Promise of Greater Phoenix that will be used to help fund the daycare. more
Staff and family members of residents at LivGenerations Pinnacle Peak recently recognized Mother’s Day with a parade, a “rolling buffet,” gifts and roses. more
The City of Scottsdale has unveiled its modifications to a popular public art sculpture, One-Eyed Jack, by adding a face mask to encourage public safety. more
The children are our future. The nice sentiment of future generations becoming the leaders of tomorrow oftentimes comes with the blood, sweat and tears of family members, school leaders --- and … more
Through May 29, Cox Charities is accepting grant applications from Arizona nonprofits that focus on K−12 youth and education programs. more
The Arizona Community Foundation and its donors recently announced grant, scholarship and loan distributions for its fiscal year, which ended March 31. more
On Feb. 12, Paradise Valley’s Desert Foundation Auxiliary, held its annual meeting at the Paradise Valley Country Club. Additionally, the 2020 board of directors were inducted and … more
Red Nose Day is back for the sixth year at Walgreens, with 240 locations across Arizona. While the mission to raise money to end child poverty remains more important now than ever, the "Red Nose" … more
Members of the Piestewa Peak Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, recently resumed therapy visits with miniature horses from Tender Little Hearts Mini Tales and Equine Mini Therapy. more
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale has re-opened five of its nine branches following a two-month closure. more
After receiving a liver transplant a month ago, and missing 25 days of school, Adam Kurth’s grades and classes are on track for him to graduate with his class on May 21. more
Desert Foothills Library will feature publishing consultant, and community advocate, Patricia L. Brooks from 10 to 12 p.m. on June 23 in Cave Creek. more
There is a Scottsdale-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization focused on educating the next generation of the virtues and necessity of treating all people --- all creeds, colors and religious beliefs … more
The Scottsdale Sunrise Rotary Club worked hard to make sure that no child goes hungry during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Stephanie Rimmer, 49, knew running for Congress would be unpredictable but she never expected someone to ask her to foster a newborn whose mother was on drugs. She said yes. Today, that newborn, … more
Steve Pilkington got the surprise of his life this week when football legend Larry Fitzgerald, wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals, stopped by his house to drop off dinner to thank Mr. … more
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