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Thunderbirds Charities has awarded the Human Services Campus a $300,000 grant for critical client services to help individuals experiencing homelessness remove barriers leading to permanent housing. more
A Phoenix sailor recently participated in a non-lethal weapons training course aboard a U.S. Navy warship. more
Four grants totaling $523,424 were awarded on May 26 from the Phoenix Children’s Hospital 2020 Leadership Circle Grant Presentations. The annual Leadership Circle Luncheon moved to an … more
Recent clergy changes from retirement to switching parishes were announced at Our Lady of the Angels Church at the Franciscan Renewal Center. more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets and helps them return to independence, hosted a virtual event June … more
A group of high school students, mostly from the Phoenix area, are stepping up to help Arizona’s tribal population with COVID-19 relief, raising more than $10,000 for the Navajo Nation. more
The Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently had Jack Fresquez, a Yale College Class of 2021, as keynote speaker during the club’s weekly Zoom meeting. more
Arizona native Chanel Bragg, an artist described as and advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion, was recently named associate artistic director at Arizona Theatre Company. more
Today is an incredibly special day in the life of one remarkable young man who has beat all the odds. Today is RC Dries’ 21st birthday. RC suffered a severe traumatic brain injury when he … more
Even though the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting The Rotary Club of Scottsdale weekly meeting way of life, club members recently joined area Rotarians and Project C.U.R.E. in sending $400,000 in medical supplies to hospitals in need. more
Family Promise of Greater Phoenix will host “Night Without a Bed” to raise funds and awareness for families facing homelessness on Saturday, June 20. more
Roxie Lusk, a Maricopa County Animal Care and Control foster volunteer, is recognized among 22 National Foster Heroes by the Petco Foundation and Skechers’ charity footwear collection, BOBS from Skechers. more
Scottsdale Human Services Commission Vice Chair Denny Brown is hosting a One Stop Giving Day water/school supply drive in Scottsdale. more
Lisa Polacheck, 48, who lives in Scottsdale, midway between Papago Park and at least seven downtown latte shops, knows all about first editions. more
The Valley Auto Dealers Association recently donated to Boys & Girls Clubs of the Valley to invest in financial aid for kids to attend summer programs. more
Thousands of pharmacists are among healthcare workers receiving recognition for being a part of frontline forces to help people during the global pandemic. more
Miss Arizona USA Yesenia Vidales, along with the help of Miss Arizona Teen USA Molly Schwanz, has partnered with Phoenix Rescue Mission and its Hope For Hunger Food Bank to feed families in need and … more
Gaining plenty of donations and gratitude, the Area Agency on Aging continues providing food, water and essential supplies to thousands of older and vulnerable people in Maricopa County. more
As a competitive tennis player, Lauren Stein, 17, knows how to serve an ace as she prepares to advance for her next match in life upon graduating from Arizona Connections Academy. more
The sport comes with an air of affluence, no easy pass to excellence and the barrier to success is tall and established --- but on the other side of the uphill battle, no activity like the game of … more
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