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P.B. Bell earns top honors for safety

P.B. Bell, a leader in multi-family housing development, management and acquisitions, is being recognized for its commitment to safety.  For the eighth consecutive year, P.B. Bell has been included on CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company’s exclusive “Best of the Best” list for its efforts to keep employees safe.

The Phoenix-based CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company, an advocate for workplace safety, recognizes businesses on its “Best of the Best” list annually.  The recognition is awarded each year to fewer than 100 insured policyholders out of a pool of about 16,000.  This year, 43 businesses received the award.

“Workplace safety has always been a priority of P.B. Bell’s, understanding that most of our workplaces are tucked inside housing communities,” Julia Leonard, vice president, human resources for P.B. Bell, said. “We take great pride in knowing that our employees are safe while at work, which in turn reinforces safe communities for our residents.”

CopperPoint recognized P.B. Bell, in part, because it demonstrated a loss ratio of 20 percent or less during the most recent policy period. In addition, P.B. Bell demonstrated a loss ratio of 30 percent or less during three consecutive policy periods.

To ensure a safe working environment, P.B. Bell performs safety audits on a routine basis, stresses the importance of safety with each new employee as part of onboarding and orientation, and holds regular, internal safety meetings.

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Arizona Gives Day Raises Amost $1.4 million

The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers Forum, along with presenting sponsor FirstBank, announced that the 2014 Arizona Gives Day, a 24-hour online initiative encouraging Arizona residents to recognize and financially support the efforts of various nonprofits, raised $1,392,292 (up from $1,019,650 last year) for the nearly 1,000 registered organizations statewide, a 36% increase. In total, 13,856 unique donors took the time to make 18,080 total donations in support of this statewide initiative.

“Our state rallied again this year and demonstrated what tremendous power individual donors can have for our state’s nonprofit community,” said Patrick McWhortor, president and CEO of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits. “Whether they had a favorite cause or not, Arizonans rose up and explored the many missions of our participating nonprofits and helped show our state’s generosity to the world.”

Thanks to a financial commitment FirstBank and other incentive-prize sponsors, Arizona Gives Day encouraged competitions throughout the course of the day that allowed nonprofits, who reached certain milestones – to receive additional funding. Those winning these incentive contests will be gifted prizes from $1,000 to $18,000 in additional funds, which will be verified within the next 60 days.

Arizona Gives Day received additional financial and in-kind support from a variety of organizations throughout the state including:

Arizona Community Foundation
Arizona Republic/AZCentral/12News
AZ Family
BHHS Legacy Foundation
Clear Channel Media Entertainment
Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Company
Cox Communications
Eight – KAET PBS
FirstBank
Flinn Foundation
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Foundation
HAPI
Hickey Family Foundation
HMA Public Relations
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust
St. Luke’s Health Initiatives
The Thunderbirds
Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust

According to Marissa Theisen, president and CEO of the Arizona Grantmakers Forum, “Gives Day initiatives across the country continue to see success and provide much-needed financial support to countless nonprofit organizations. Arizonans have much to be proud of in our second year.”