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Toyota dealers donate $500K to Valley groups in 2015

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Valley Toyota Dealers, a group of 10 Toyota dealers throughout the metro Phoenix area, donated more than $500,000 to local community organizations in 2015 – nearly doubling its 2014 community contribution. In addition, the Valley TDA, along with support from Toyota Motor Sales, also reached the $1 million lifetime giving milestone with Phoenix Children’s Hospital this… Read More →

Homeward Bound's Baby Diaper Drive In Need Of 200,000 Diapers, Wipes

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by in Events

Help fill the gaps and ensure bright, healthy futures for babies and toddlers in need. Homeward Bound’s 14th Annual Baby Diaper Drive is underway, collecting diapers and baby wipes for Homeward Bound families. Homeward Bound’s Diaper Lady team of volunteers has set the goal of collecting 200,000 diapers and $75,000 in emergency baby funds. All… Read More →

Valley Residents Help SRP Give Homeward Bound A “Water Makeover”

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by in Contests

Salt River Project has launched a contest that has Valley residents making their community more water-efficient. The contest, in which participants pledge to conserve water by submitting their best water-saving tips, could result in a “water makeover” for Homeward Bound’s Thunderbird Family Village Campus. If SRP reaches its goal of 5,000 pledges, it will help… Read More →

Arizona Bankers Association Impacts State’s Economy, Communities

Arizona Bankers Association, Bankers Give Back - AZ Business Magazine November/December 2011
by in AZ Business Magazine | Finance

Arizona Bankers Association Impacts State’s Economy, Communities Bank of Arizona President Ryan Suchala recognizes the importance of community. “This is where we live, work and play and in many cases the city where we are shaping our families,” Suchala says. “As a father of three I give my time to better our community because this… Read More →

Former Olympic Skater Finds Success With Palavela Home

Palavela Home - Scottsdale Living March/April 2011

Palavela Home, an interior design business run by the mother-and-son team of Ryan and Sue O’Meara, has become a “must-see” along the art walk in Old Town Scottsdale. A former Olympian, Ryan O’Meara had always wanted to pursue a career in interior design, but succeeding in ice dancing came first. He describes competing in the… Read More →