Nonprofit of the Month

Nonprofit of the Month: River of Time Museum

After an 18-month shutdown due to the pandemic, River of Time Museum & Exploration Center reopened its doors in Fountain Hills in the spring. Here, Executive Director Cherie Koss discusses River of Time’s recent remodel and the fun events and programming the museum has in store this season.

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Nonprofit of the Month: Esperança

Since 1970, Esperança has aided more than 50,000 families across the globe each year–including here in Phoenix–by providing social, mental and physical health services in under-resourced communities. Here, Jeri Royce, president and CEO of Esperança, discusses its new community garden and news of its upcoming Night with Esperança event.

Nonprofit of the Month: Better Piggies Rescue

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.

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Nonprofit of the Month: Feeding Matters

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.

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Nonprofit of the Month: Junior Achievement of Arizona

For more than 65 years, Junior Achievement of Arizona has prepared local students to succeed in both work and life, empowering the futures of more than two million students. Here, Anne Landers, vice president of Strategic Impact, discusses the 20th anniversary of JA BizTown and the upcoming JA Bottles for BizTown event.