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Registration opens for Tee it up to Cure Leukemia

Tee it up to cure Leukemia

The seventh annual Tee It Up To Cure Leukemia charity golf tournament is set for Friday, Sept. 29, at Legacy Golf Course, 6808 S. 32nd St., Phoenix. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.; the tourney tees off at 1:15 p.m. The tournament is special to organizer Jana Brickey, associate and business development director at Dick & Fritsche Design… Read More →

Lovell Foundation, CFSA award nearly $3 million to nonprofits

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The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona (CFSA) and The David and Lura Lovell Foundation announced their alliance to award almost $3 million to Arizona nonprofits to cooperatively address issues related to the awareness, understanding, and availability of end-of-life care, particularly for underserved and vulnerable communities. This vision is shared by all the participating nonprofits, many… Read More →

State of Arizona increases investment in the arts

On July 20, 2017, the Arizona Commission on the Arts, an agency of the State of Arizona, announced 234 grants to Arizona nonprofit arts organizations, local arts agencies, schools, and community organizations. In total, the competitive grant review process for fiscal year 2018 (July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018) resulted in an aggregate investment… Read More →

Colleen’s Dream grants $15K to UA College of Medicine

With the help of Colleen’s Dream Foundation, a University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix researcher is paving the way to improve the outlook of ovarian cancer through a new class of natural compounds. Jerome Lacombe, PhD, was awarded a $15,000 grant by Colleen’s Dream Foundation on Behalf of its 2017 Golf Tournament and… Read More →

Roundtable Analysis: The state of Arizona’s nonprofits

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Nonprofit organizations are finding the need to constantly adjust their priorities to balance an ever-evolving economic climate with the changing needs of those they serve. The top priority for most nonprofits from years past – acquiring new donors and maintaining relationships with existing donors – has been surpassed by the need for nonprofits to engage… Read More →

Destroy Pancreatic Cancer will fund Phoenix clinical trial

Destroy Pancreatic Cancer, a nonprofit organization with the goal of funding clinical trials and advancing research that leads to earlier detection and improved treatment options for pancreatic cancer, the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S., today announced its official launch. Howard Young, a 15-year pancreatic cancer survivor, will lead the foundation. Clinical trials will be… Read More →

Meet the Most Influential Women in Arizona for 2017

The Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2017 show things are actually getting better for female leaders in the business world. Consider this: A study by Talentful, recruitment experts, compared some of the world’s most powerful male and female CEOs of Fortune 1000 companies to see how gender roles are gradually improving within the… Read More →

Vet Tix reaches 3 million donations as it connect veterans with events

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Colonel Steven Weintraub has been in the Marines for over 30 years, so he knows a thing or two about the trials military men and women face every day overseas and in civilian life. Weintraub, who is in the reserves, uses his spare time to give back to his brothers and sisters in arms. He… Read More →

Lend a Hand program helps Arizonans pay off car title loans

Four community-focused organizations are launching a program to rescue Maricopa County residents struggling to pay off high cost title loans and help put them on a path to healthy credit and financial success. The program is called “Lend a Hand,” and is being offered through a partnership between the Arizona Community Foundation, MariSol Federal Credit… Read More →

AZ Big Media launches Az Business Angels

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AZ Big Media, the team behind such publications as Az Business, AZRE, Ranking Arizona and Experience AZ, has unveiled its latest publication, Az Business Angels. “The mission of Az Business Angels is to help create an alliance that will give new hope to nonprofits and inspire businesses to make it their mission to connect, volunteer… Read More →

Survivor gives preemies a fighting chance at St. Joseph’s

Cameron T. Haselhorst has fought for his life three times and won, beginning on the day he was born weighing a mere 2 pounds. With round-the-clock care in the nursery intensive care unit (NICU) at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Cameron thrived and, before long, he was able to join his parents… Read More →

How can you find the best philanthropic fit for your company?

Think of the last nonprofit cause or event you supported. Chances are there was some sort of corporate sponsor, which played a big role in helping move the cause forward or make the event a success. “Businesses and nonprofits both have a critical role to play in making Arizona a place we are all proud to call home,”… Read More →

Singleton Mom’s offers support to children battling cancer

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Singleton Mom’s announced the expansion of their organization with the new children’s program Singleton Peds. Prior to this program the local non-profit helped single parents battling cancer by providing them with support for their day-to-day needs. Singleton Peds is an extension of Singleton Mom’s that will offer support and services to single parents that have children… Read More →

Abrazo West Campus donates 55,000 bottles of water

To help those in need of relief during triple-digit temperatures, Abrazo West Campus and Abrazo Buckeye Emergency Center have collected more than 55,000 bottles of water for the homeless.  The water bottles were donated on June 16 to All Faith Community Services Food Bank which serves the West Valley. The water drive included the Abrazo… Read More →