nonprofit Archives

Sundt donates 150k water bottles to St. Joseph

Sundt

Sundt Construction Inc., with help from its subcontractors and suppliers, hosted its seventh annual Thirst Aid water drive, delivering a semi-truck-load of nearly 150,000 bottles of water to St. Joseph the Worker, a Human Service Campus agency, on Friday, May 20. As Phoenix’s summer temperatures hit triple digits, employees from Sundt’s corporate headquarters in Tempe,… Read More →

Quarles & Brady’s Susan Brichler Trujillo earns post

legal

Quarles & Brady LLP partner Susan Brichler Trujillo, office chair of the Health Law Practice Group, has been elected president on the board of local nonprofit. Community Legal Services is an Arizona nonprofit that provides legal assistance, advice, and representation to individuals below the federal poverty level. A longtime member of the board of directors, Trujillo most recently served as the organization’s… Read More →

Ryan House raises $337,000 at annual breakfast

Ryan House

Nearly 1,100 guests attended the Ryan House Eighth Annual Community Breakfast at the Arizona Biltmore Resort on May 6 featuring Honorary Chair Luis “Gonzo” Gonzalez, senior advisor to the President and CEO of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The event raised $337,000 that will directly support the nonprofit organization which relies 100 percent on community donation and… Read More →

Orangetheory supporting nonprofits through Facebook

fitness

Five local Orangetheory Fitness studios have launched an ongoing partnership with a nationwide program called Sweat Angels in an effort to raise funds for various charitable organizations through Facebook “check-ins” made by gym patrons. During the month of May, Sweat Angels will donate two days of prenatal vitamins for impoverished women through Vitamin Angels each time a gym goer checks in to a… Read More →

SRP employees honored for volunteer work

volunteer

In honor of the hundreds of SRP employees who devote thousands of hours to worthy causes, six employees have been chosen to receive the SRP Presidents’ Volunteer Spirit Award. The award recognizes employees and retirees who are leaders in volunteerism and who serve as examples of the power of caring. “One of the truly remarkable aspects of the… Read More →

3 reasons giving back will grow your business

Ryan House

There is a quote that says, “From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life.” No one disagrees that giving back is important. Whether it is volunteering to speak at an event, sponsoring a conference, or reserving time to mentor, giving back is not only the right thing… Read More →

Arizona Opera appoints new general director

SmithGroupJJR

The Arizona Opera Board of Directors has announced the appointment of its new President and General Director, Joseph Specter. Currently the General Director for Austin Opera, Specter successfully led the $3.8 million company through a significant era of growth, overseeing a 30 percent increase in its annual operating budget while maintaining complete fiscal solvency. He… Read More →

Devereux Arizona acquires Youth and Families First

Ryan House

Devereux Arizona, a leading behavioral health provider, announced the acquisition of Phoenix-based Youth and Families First (YFF).  The joining of FYY’s behavioral health services for at-risk youth and families in Phoenix, Mesa and Tucson with Devereux Arizona’s wide spectrum of care spanning much of the state will bring much-needed support to more children and families… Read More →

Foundation for Senior Living hires HR director

Swanky Seniors - Sagewood, AZRE Magazine May/June 2012

The Foundation for Senior Living (FSL) is pleased to announce Patricia Cordova has joined the organization as Human Resources Director. Cordova as nearly 30 years of experience in non-profit and human resources.  She is a graduate of the Hispanic Leadership Institute–West, a leadership development program involving top business and policy authorities to prepare Hispanics for increased participation… Read More →

Phoenix Rescue Mission launches heat relief campaign

Homeless Mike and his dog Pony  (Photo: Nicole Pena)

Rising temperatures and unpredictable weather continue to plague the Valley’s homeless and elderly shut-ins each summer in Arizona, causing many to die on the streets and in their homes. In an effort to protect this vulnerable population, Phoenix Rescue Mission is launching its Valley-wide Code:Red Summer Heat Relief Campaign for the fourth consecutive year. Beginning May… Read More →

What’s in store for 2016 Brokers for Kids?

Brokers for Kids
by in AZRE Magazine | Events

Every year, Brokers for Kids brings together real estate teams across the Valley to help raise money for at-risk children. These real estate teams compete all year, then meet up for an Olympiad to square off for the championship to top off their fundraising event for the year. At the Olympiad, the teams compete in… Read More →

Ryan House to host annual fundraiser with Luis Gonzalez

Ryan House

Ryan House, a nonprofit that provides respite care, therapy, pediatric palliative care and end-of-life care to children, is hosting its annual fundraiser on Friday, May 6th from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom at the Arizona Biltmore. Special guests at this year’s fundraiser include former Arizona Diamondbacks player Luis Gonzalez, Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton along… Read More →

Flinn Foundation names Stacy Tucker new CFO

taxes

The Flinn Foundation named Stacy L. Tucker as its new vice president and CFO, a position responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s investment, financial, accounting and business activities. Tucker, who joined the Foundation in early March, also is responsible for financial reporting, auditing, budgeting, internal controls, insurance, employee benefits and the preparation of annual tax returns… Read More →

Valley’s Altered Tails receives $500,000 grant

humana

Altered Tails, a 501c3 organization and the Valley’s largest spay/neuter clinic specializing in high-quality, low-cost services, announced that it is the recipient of a $500,000 grant from PetSmart Charities. The grant will provide funding to support the opening of the high-volume, high-quality, low-cost clinic, which will provide affordable and accessible spay/neuter services to the Tucson, AZ community. PetSmart Charities… Read More →