Center for the Future of Arizona has a mission that is simply put but incredibly important: bringing Arizonans together to create a stronger and brighter future for our state.
Nonprofit of the Month
For more than 45 years, Child Crisis Arizona has served the Valley’s vulnerable children and families and is committed to preventing child abuse and neglect through education and intervention.
For more than 40 years, Silent Witness has worked within the community to solve and prevent crimes. Since 1979, through the work of Silent Witness, nearly 13,000 felony crimes have been solved in the Valley.
For six decades (it celebrates its 60th anniversary this year), National Kidney Foundation of Arizona has provided awareness, assistance and hope to Arizonans impacted by kidney disease.
With a mission focused on educating young people about relationships and how to stop domestic abuse and dating violence before it starts, BLOOM365 has been invaluable to young people in the Valley since 2006
In its 103rd season, The Phoenix Theatre Company has long provided lovers of the arts with an escape from the everyday and some of the Valley’s best live theater performances.
As a single mom to two sons with autism, Lisa Masters was concerned for her children as they approached adulthood and she learned of the gap in support services available to them. In 2021, Masters took matters into her own hands by founding Autism Life & Living, which aims to empower young adults with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Everyone deserves access to health care. Since 1985, Phoenix-based Mercy Care has worked to provide that access.
From simple acts (like enjoying local wine and sustainable eats) to grander gestures (including nominating a neighborhood school for a learning garden), read on for an array of ways to celebrate Earth Day in Phoenix.
Tracy Leonard-Warner, executive director of Ryan House, discusses the variety of ways the Valley can contribute to this wonderful cause as well as its Community Breakfast, taking place March 31.