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Devin Booker continues to prove that he is not only a star on the court, but off of it as well. more
The Young Marines, a national youth organization, has named Crystalyn Schenkenberg, of Scottsdale, “Division 6 Adult Volunteer of the Year.” more
Catholic Charities Counseling Department is moving its sessions online in hopes of providing continuing assistance during the stay-at-home order. more
Even though the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting The Rotary Club of Scottsdale weekly meeting way of life, the club is still serving Scottsdale. The club’s board joined together … more
Carly Mertz, 17, and Dylan Voy, 18, were awarded Arizona Youth of the Year honors during an online ceremony, which the Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs organized and Fiesta Bowl Charities presented Tuesday, March 31. more
The Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center urgently needs numerous items from water to bagged rice and hand sanitizer. more
Despite the scripture in Hebrews to “not forsake the gathering of ourselves together,” religious organizations near and far are following mandates to avoid gathering to decrease spreading the novel coronavirus. more
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust has awarded $6,340,000 in emergency grants to support Maricopa County science, human services, and arts and culture nonprofits during the unprecedented economic crisis, stemming from the Coronavirus outbreak. more
We are really in an unprecedented time with a lack of answers, certainty and control, and there is no end in sight. more
As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, Arizona residents have been ordered to remain home except for specific essential activities, and as some Scottsdale residents cross the three-week mark since social … more
As part of broader crisis response strategies, Arizona arts funders and service organizations have set up a collaborative fund to provide emergency relief grants of $500-$1,500 to artists and arts … more
The Women, Infants and Children Program at the Paiute Neighborhood Center will see a few changes after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent an amendment to a license agreement. more
A life solely under the guidance of one’s self is an ability most have --- but many do not --- and the understanding of this truth of life is at the core of a Phoenix-based nonprofit mission … more
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has united to help fellow employees who are having difficulty finding necessary items at the local stores. more
A group of Arizona high school students called Remidi-19 formed to research and attempt to remedy the rapidly-spreading COVID-19 pandemic. more
The second annual Human Services Campus Awareness Walk to End Homelessness is moving from the street to homes across the Valley as it goes virtual. more
In addition to “support and love for the human spirit,” many Arizona churches provide monthly food donations to food banks like Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center in Cave Creek. more
There are many myths and misconceptions about domestic violence. Here are a few common myths, misconceptions and the truth behind them: Myth: Domestic violence is only physical. Fact: … more
A consent agenda often allows the Scottsdale City Council to approve numerous items at once, bypassing discussion on those items but councilmember Virginia Korte decided break the norm. more
In times of need, people come together and in the City of Scottsdale, that idea is embodied as Operation Fix It. “Ironically, Operation Fix It was founded at a time when our economy was in … more
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