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.
The Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge is back for its eighth year! After taking a break in February 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine is pleased to present the return of the challenge taking place Feb. 1 to Feb. 28. Twenty esteemed chefs from venues throughout central […]
The holiday season is all about giving back. And this year, there are a number of Arizona toy drives to support which give back to local kiddos, all while giving you the chance to squeeze in some spirited holiday shopping for a good cause, too.
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.
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.
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.
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.