In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Arizona Facial Plastics and Sojourner Center have teamed up with Phoenix’s Charity Charms to raise awareness and funds through their Key to Strength program.
Through the end of October, these Arizona businesses are lending their support to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. From purchasing a pretty-in-pink bracelet to delicious locally made popcorn, these local businesses make it easy to give back to BCA causes.
On Friday, Oct. 16, Downtown Phoenix’s Arizona Center is set to host Empty Bowls, an event benefiting Waste NOT, which helps the one in six Arizonans who experience food insecurity.
Gompers serves 500 students and adults with physical and developmental disabilities in metro Phoenix. As it approaches its 75th anniversary, it continues its mission to transform local lives for the better with unique programming and experiences.
September’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month might be coming to an end, but there are still plenty of ways to make a difference in the lives of the kiddos at Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Founded in honor of Tasha Vatistas, a new Valley nonprofit event, Team Tasha, is kicking off Breast Cancer Awareness Month by raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Through Oct. 3, Team Tasha invites participants to fundraise by enjoying their favorite sports, in-person or virtually.
The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club is a philanthropic and social club composed of up to 50 young men under the age of 40, who share a collective goal to support local Arizona nonprofit organizations through internal fundraising efforts.
In order to set up Valley children for success in the coming school year, Southwest Human Development hosts its sixth annual Back-to-School Supply Drive while Wildflower Arizona is heading up a ClearMask donation drive for low-income schools. Here’s how you can help.
In November, Valley real estate pro Eric Weinbrenner was diagnosed with ALS. As a way to relax post-diagnosis, he turned to painting—and eventually focused on this beloved pastime as a jumping-off point for helping others in the ALS community by forming Paint For A Cure.
On Thursday, July 23, Arizona Humane Society is teaming up with restaurants across the Valley to help the community’s most vulnerable animals with the Doggie Bag Dine Out program. Simply order your favorite meal for takeout at one of the participating restaurants on July 23 and a portion of your check will help Arizona Humane Society provide food, shelter and lifesaving medical care to pets in need.