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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
New owner with Right at Home, Jaime Koger, is not only passionate about caring for her loved ones but for yours who need in-home senior care. From children to seniors, she has experienced caring … 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
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
Local PGA Professional, Dana Garmany of Scottsdale was named the recipient of the inaugural PGA Golf Executive of the Year Award. This honor goes to a PGA Member who has performed outstanding … 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
Two Scottsdale teens join the throngs of highlighted heroes who risk their lives to save others like any public service worker, medical personnel and those considered frontline employees. more
The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club is donating nearly $515,000 to 26 Arizona children’s charities during its 2019-20 fiscal year. more
Whataburger has invested in its employees and their immediate family members by offering scholarships through its Whataburger Family Foundation. The foundation has announced the distribution of … more
On Friday, July 17, Arizona Helping Hands held its 8th Annual Back to School distribution day. Community volunteers and AHH staff masked up and braved the heat to provide support to a steady … more
The Phoenix Holocaust Association recently raised $17,000 to honor unsung heroes  working in assisted living, memory care and skilled nursing facilities throughout the Valley. more
Helpings Café, a UMOM New Day Centers subsidiary, has partnered with a Maricopa County shelter to support the homeless community with meals. more
The state of mind “I can’t” doesn’t exist at an East Vally nonprofit dedicated to showing children --- through structured after-school programs --- they most definitely … more
Funds from Thunderbirds Charities will assist Arizona Helping Hands in fulfilling emergency requests from families providing foster care during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Human Services Campus, Inc. has received $100,000 from the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation for COVID-19 relief funding. more
As a pandemic rang throughout the world, so did local wedding bells for Kevin Clarke and Katie Sharman who had to make fast adjustments. more
Duet, a Valley-based nonprofit, is participating in the GIVE65 Event, a 65-hour online giving campaign scheduled July 15-17. more
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