On Nov. 21, local photographer Kay Eskridge of Phoenix’s Kay & Co. Photography is offering a free pet portrait session to those who donate an unopened bag (25 pounds or more) of dog and/or cat food in honor of Paws for a Cause.
For more than 50 years, Men’s Arts Council has served as a volunteer organization and a fundraising group for Phoenix Art Museum. This month, the nonprofit hosts Lost Negatives of Rock & Roll Legends, a curated exhibition of rare photos of iconic artists from the 1960s.
Today, notMYkid aims to inspire youth to grow, thrive and reach their full potential via a full continuum of mental and behavioral health and wellness programs. Here, Shane Watson, public information officer, discusses how the pandemic has affected notMYkid, its new The Well campus and how readers can support its noble mission.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, these Valley restaurants are serving up special sips, pink treats and more to raise funds for local nonprofits that serve breast cancer research and patients.
To ensure that all women have a bra–one of life’s most basic needs that offers a variety of health and emotional benefits–St. Vincent de Paul’s Women in Service and Hope (WISH) group launched the Dignity Drive to collect new or gently used bras all month long for the Phoenix center.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of calls and texts to Teen Lifeline, which works to prevent teen suicide in Arizona, has risen exponentially. Here, Michelle Moorhead, executive director of Teen Lifeline, discusses ways to aid the nonprofit, the role of its teen volunteers and in what ways it is honoring Teen Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.
In honor of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Arizona breweries will tap a special beer on Sept. 16, with a portion of the brew’s sales going to suicide prevention organizations.
In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Phoenix Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders is asking the Valley to #StepUpWithPCH during September. In 2020 alone, 387 children were newly diagnosed with cancer at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
The second annual For the Kids fundraiser hosted by BackFit Health + Spine is now accepting donations both virtually and in person until Sept. 17. The donations will benefit the Phoenix Children’s Hospital and in exchange, Backfit is offering a multitude of complimentary services and giveaways.
The United Food Bank of Arizona is a private nonprofit organization that provides thoughtful food assistance through the collection and distribution of food donations, as well as other helpful essentials.