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Melissa Swader, the editor in chief of her online publication called Elevate Magazine, announces the debut of her new book that focuses on business and marketing entitled, “One Yellow Brick.” more
U.S. Navy Seaman Lizzy Campos-Valdez, of Phoenix, assists with manning the rails on the fo’c’sle. more
U.S. Navy Intelligence Specialist 1st Class Christopher Millis, of Phoenix, assess threats down a passageway while operating as the security reaction force team. more
Since 1954, Sunshine Acres has stood as a refuge for children in desperate need of care, love and a chance at a bright future — but this 501(c)(3) Arizona nonprofit takes zero state or federal … more
Miniature therapy horses are staying cool and keeping fit during three-digit summer temperatures by going swimming. more
Sun Health At Home is continuing to see growth as more seniors look for ways to remain active and in their homes. more
In time for Arizona’s monsoon season, the Arizona Historical Society has a new specialty license plate that pays homage to the state’s powerful summer storms. more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Valley Youth Theatre has replaced their annual fundraising gala with an eight-hour virtual telethon, The VYTal Affair-athon, to be streamed live on YouTube, Facebook and … more
Thanks to a partnership between the Equality Health Foundation and Sonora Quest, as well as community-based organizations and local municipalities, there has been a surge in free COVID-19 testing blitzes. more
Thunderbirds Charities, the charitable giving arm of The Thunderbirds — hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open — awarded more than $3.8 million in grants to 43 Valley charities during … more
Local artist, Jody Barrilleaux has been commissioned to create an expansive mural for the Vela on Camelback Apartments, 4949 N. 7th St., in uptown Phoenix, where he resides. more
Ballet Arizona has hired two new directors, Leslie Marquez for director of marketing and Karina Felix as its director of finance. more
In an effort to provide respite from the unimaginable stresses due to the COVID-19 pandemic Caring for Our Caregivers donated five tablets preloaded with meditation techniques and exercises to help … more
Yannik Paul of Phoenix overcame a five-stroke deficit heading into the final round of the 77th Arizona Open to ultimately claim the contest by two strokes. more
Arizona’s monsoon season spans from June through September bringing higher humidity, heavy rain, lightening, hail, dust storms and extreme heat all of which can wreak havoc on your HVAC system, especially those located on the roof. more
For the first time in the history for annual conventions held by Jehovah’s Witnesses, the in-person worship fest is cancelled and replaced with a virtual convention for all to view from the confines of their homes. more
Mercedes-Benz of Scottsdale has selected Arizona’s Children Association as its second Arizona charity to receive a $5,000 donation this month as part of its D.R.I.V.E Initiative. Last month … more
Four new members have been elected to three-year terms on the Catholic Charities Community Services Board of Directors. New members are: Marcelle Mietus, senior financial analyst, … more
The Arizona nonprofit industry, early estimates suggest, is experiencing a revenue drop of $52 million impacting day-to-day operations of endeavors in some places providing a vital community service … more
Nonprofits across Arizona are still reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, reporting total revenue losses thus far of nearly $53 million, according to a recent survey by the Alliance of … more
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