philanthropic efforts Archives

The New York Giants: The Giant's History

New York Giants
by in Play Ball

Credited with introducing the city of New York to football, the New York Giants have a history that is nearly as big as the team’s name. Wellington Mara, at only the age of 14, along with his 21-year old brother Jack, took ownership of the five-year-old team in 1930 only to become the world’s youngest… Read More →

2011 MAC Social Responsibility: ScriptSave

2011 Most Admired Companies, AZ Business Magazine September/October 2011

The 2011 Most Admired Companies Awards recognized ScriptSave for excellent Social Responsibility — exceling in corporate giving, volunteerism, philanthropic efforts, and/or “green” initiatives. ScriptSave Category: Social Responsibility Headquarters: Tucson Year Est.: 1994 No. of Employees in AZ: 58 Recent Award: 2010 Wells Fargo Copper Cactus Award for Business Growth Many companies are actively involved… Read More →

The Buzz on AZNow.Biz – December 6, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
by in Columnist Spotlight | Workforce

This week on AZNow.Biz, our personal finance columnist, Jacob Gold, has a warning about overspending during the holidays. You’ll also meet three successful Valley business women who are juggling demanding careers, family and philanthropic efforts.

2010 Most Admired Companies Winners – Social Responsibility

Most Admired Companies - AZ Business Magazine Sept/Oct 2010
by in Events

The Social Responsibility category recognizes companies that excel in corporate giving, volunteerism, philanthropic efforts, and/or “green” initiatives. Winner: St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center Category: Social Responsibility Headquarters: Phoenix Year Est.: 1895 No. of Employees in AZ: 5,342 Recent Award: Ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Top 10 Hospitals in the nations for neurology… Read More →

The Charitable Challenge

Nonprofits struggling to provide services for those in need

The construction industry has faced more difficulties than any other in this recession. The industry lost 45,800 jobs year-over-year in September, the most of any sector in Arizona. Despite that grim number, many construction companies still are trying to give back to the community in any way they can. Hunt Construction is one of them.… Read More →

Times Are Tough For Everyone, And Students Trying To Fund Their Educations Are No Exception

Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Grant Scholarships

With college tuition constantly on the rise, the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation is doing its part to help deserving Hispanic students throughout the Valley pay for their educations. The foundation is a nonprofit organization whose main goal is to provide scholarships to Hispanic students attending Arizona post-secondary schools. The foundation also supports philanthropic… Read More →