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Fourteen-year-old Karen is looking for a loving forever family that can provide her the lifetime of support she needs. more
Liam is an energetic teen who loves to stay active and try new things more
Sixteen-year-old Angel is a hardworking, determined young woman who can’t wait to share her bright future with a forever family. more
Milton is an outgoing 15-year-old who lives for sports. Basketball and football are his two favorites, but Milton has yet to say no to a pick up game of any kind. more
Scottsdale residents may be familiar with Frank Lloyd Wright’s residence and school at Taliesin West, but one Phoenix-based photographer has been pursuing a life-long project of visiting and taking photos of every Wright creation across the country. more
Each year, AASK helps nearly 200 kids and teens in Arizona’s foster care system celebrate the finalization of their adoption. more

Mario Enciso saw his future each day driving from a downtown Phoenix apartment to classes at Arizona State University. He had just moved to Arizona from San Diego in 2011, and his trip to ASU to … more
Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS) is seeking corporate and individual sponsors and monetary donations for its annual Adopt-A-Family holiday program, which provides families and teens in Maricopa County with holiday gifts for both Hanukkah and Christmas. more
The Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Révolution, under the leadership of then State Regent Marilou Fellman, raised funds in 2020 to send veterans from Phoenix and Tucson on Honor Flights.   more
Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona has announced it received a $50,000 grant from the Genesis Inspiration Foundation for continued work in using art programming to transform trauma into … more
Monthly classes for individuals with disabilities to learn and practice independent living skills are scheduled from 10 am. to noon on the third Tuesday of each month. more
Boys Hope Girls Hope Arizona has received a $125K grant from Scottsdale-based organization The Saguaros to support their residential scholarship program, a program for Phoenix high school students … more
Watch future Olympians and competitive gymnasts hit the mats at the second annual Make an Impact Invitational, Oct. 1–2 at Sunnyslope High School, 35 W. Dunlap Ave. in Phoenix. A portion of the … more

Waste Not and the Arizona Clay Association are hosting the Empty Bowls fundraiser at The Arizona Center, 455 N. Third St. in Phoenix to help people with food insecurity Oct. 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. more
Many times, when a child is removed from their home and placed in the foster care system, the best place for them to stay is with another family member such as a grandparent, Aunt, Uncle, or older sibling. That way, these children can maintain existing relationships while they begin the healing process. more
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