Roni Warda, COO of The CARE Organization, discusses the success of the nonprofit’s first gala event and how readers can take action.
Nonprofit of the Month
A beacon of leadership, 100 Black Men of Phoenix provides programs to enhance educational and economic opportunities for all people of color, serving more than 100 youth per month since 1994.
Women4Women Tempe, Inc. was founded with a mission to distribute feminine hygiene products to unhoused and low-income women who might have difficulty affording such items. Here, Kay Wright, co-founder and president, discusses how the nonprofit got its start and how readers can get involved.
United Cerebral Palsy of Central Arizona sets out to provide comprehensive services to individuals with disabilities and their families. Ensuring its members enjoy “Life without Limits,” the organization imparts physical and developmental support as well as educational growth.
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.
According to its president and founder Chrisie Funari, Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children “helps kids with cancer.” Though put simply, the nonprofit’s impact on local families going through the unimaginable hardship of having a loved one with pediatric cancer is tremendous.
Tracy Baynes, founder and president/CEO of STEP: Student Expedition Program, discusses the nonprofit’s summer Alaska trip, how the pandemic has affected STEP students and how readers can help.
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.
Soroptimist International of Phoenix is celebrating 100 years of ensuring that all women and girls have the proper resources and opportunities to reach their full potential. Here, past president Paula Norby how education access affects a wide number of issues that impact women and how readers can help.
For nearly 40 years, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central and Northern Arizona has been a home away from home for families with children facing medical challenges, Here, Kerry Schulman, CEO, discusses how the pandemic has affected Ronald McDonald House and how community members can best give back to the wonderful cause.