Seeking a fun and easy way to make a difference in the community? The Giving Group AZ–one of 40 groups nationwide–is dedicated to making amplified contributions to local nonprofits each year, and makes giving back simple, as well as a great way to meet others.
The Singletons is a local nonprofit dedicated to helping single-parent families battle cancer. Here, Jody Boyd, executive director and founder, discusses why donations are critical for the summer months ahead and how our community can help the nonprofit during its greatest time of need.
Founded in 2017 in Cave Creek, Better Piggies Rescue aims to rescue, rehabilitate and educate about pot belly pigs. Danielle Betterman, director of Better Piggies Rescue, discusses how the nonprofit came to be, myths about this smart creature and Better Piggies Rescue’s adored pig yoga events.
With women only making up 10 percent of the construction industry, it’s time for a change in the field. With the help of one of Arizona’s top female-owned contracting companies, a new initiative, Girls Can Build, that stat will soon be history.
For the entire month of April, Over Easy and Hickman’s Family Farms are teaming up, once again, to raise funds (and eggs!) for United Food Bank.
While you’re kicking back in the warm spring air and cracking open a cold one, we suggest you to sip a beer that gives back. Here are local favorites for glugging–and giving back.
Feeding Matters has committed itself to uniting the healthcare community with families to improve care for children with pediatric feeding disorder (PFD). Here, Jaclyn Pederson, CEO of Feeding Matters, discusses just how common yet misunderstood PFD is and how you can contribute to the nonprofit’s mission as we head into Pediatric Feeding Disorder Awareness Month in May.
After experiencing firsthand the harsh realities of a Russian invasion, Zuzana Kolinkova of New Metta Yoga has made it her mission to do everything in her power to aid the Ukrainian people, all while helping those in our community uplift themselves in the process.
In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8 (and throughout the month of March), these Valley retailers and restaurants are giving back to locally based women’s nonprofits. Here’s where to shop and savor in honor of a wonderful cause.
With a goal of helping children ages 10 to 18 years–especially those affected by mental illness, trauma or addition–to lead healthy, mindful lives, Monica Samuels, owner of Scottsdale’s Quasar Quantum Healing, recently founded the Quasar Quantum Youth Fund.