In an effort to support Childhelp, the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit advocating for abused and neglected children, local athletes, celebrities and professional chefs team up for the nonprofit’s annual fundraiser: 25 Men Who Think They Can Cook. The culinary showdown runs through June 31.
What’s for breakfast? Consider dining at one of nine Over Easy Arizona restaurant locations in April and ask your server how to make a donation to United Food Bank, which will be matched by the restaurant dollar for dollar.
In recent weeks, Maricopa County Sherriff’s Office (MSCO) Animal Safe Haven Unit announced the founding of Maricopa Animal Safe Haven (MASH), a 501c3 nonprofit with a mission to provide appropriate medical care for animals, work with the judicial system to determine ownership, and eventually ensure the animals are rehomed. The goal of the nonprofit is to raise the funds required to build a wholly new facility in Phoenix for the animals in the Safe Haven Unit.
Know a nonprofit in need of a website design makeover? Hammersmith Support, a local technology firm, is offering one special organization the opportunity to become its pro bono client for an entire year, and March 28 is your last chance to submit an application.
In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8, Valleywide Postino locations will donating to local chapters of Dress For Success.
PHX Beer Co. and Pedal Haus announce fundraisers to raise funds for Arizona Craft Brewers Guild and the family of Bobby Kramer, beloved Valley mixologist who died earlier this month.
Dole Packaged Foods and Bashas’ and Food City supermarkets have teamed up to give a duo of Valley elementary schools their very own Learning Garden. Nominate a deserving school now through Feb. 12.
Like so many beloved nonprofit events this year, Ryan House’s annual White Christmas Gala had to be put on the back burner. Not to be deterred, Ryan House cooked up a new fundraiser to benefit its world-class care and programs: Sip. Savor. Dine. Culinary Experiences.
As the saying goes, it is better to give than receive. With drop-off sites all throughout the Valley, these toy drives make it easy to give to a local child in need.
Hunkapi Programs, an equine therapy farm located in Scottsdale, has broken ground on a new arena, which will be used for the farm’s signature therapeutic riding sessions.