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McDowell Mountain Music Festival donates $150,000 to two nonprofits

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After a three-day music festival in Downtown Phoenix, the McDowell Mountain Music Festival donated $150,000 between two Phoenix-based charities. Phoenix Children’s Hospital and uMom New Day Centers, both Phoenix-based, family-oriented organizations, were chosen as this year’s recipients from the 14th annual M3F, which was held March 3 through 5 at Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix.  â€¦ Read More →

Photos: McDowell Mountain Music Festival 2017

McDowell Mountain Music Festival

One of the biggest annual Downtown Phoenix parties, the McDowell Mountain Music Festival, has once again finished another successful weekend of rockin’ bands, delicious food and tasty drinks. Huge crowds gathered for the three-day festival in Margaret T. Hance Park from Friday, March 3 to Sunday, March 5 to listen to a killer lineup, which featured… Read More →

Valley businesses Help Phoenix Children’s Hospital in March

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For the entire month of March, local businesses and the community at large will help raise money for The Hope Fund—to help support the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The Hope Fund allows Phoenix Children’s Hospital to launch critical new programs, purchase essential equipment, conduct cutting-edge research, provide charitable care and much more. “We are so excited… Read More →

APS Foundation donates $250K to fight cancer at PCH

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The APS Foundation presented Phoenix Children’s Hospital with a $250,000 grant in support of the new Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD). The APS Foundation has a warm history of awarding grants towards charitable endeavors. When Phoenix Children’s announced Hope Lives Here, a campaign to build the new CCBD, APS stepped in to establish… Read More →

Az Business announces 2017 ACC Awards finalists

Effective corporate counsel has never been more important than it is in today’s new and ever-evolving knowledge-based economy. Az Business magazine is recognizing the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business with the Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards (ACC Awards). The 23 finalists and winners will be honored during… Read More →

Washington Federal Foundation supports PCH, Tumbleweed Center

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Washington Federal, a full-service national banking institution with 30 branches across Arizona, was proud to donate $2,500 to the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and $1,000 to the Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development, respectively, in October through its Washington Federal Foundation corporate giving program. The mission of the Washington Federal Foundation is to facilitate direct giving to… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation raises nearly $1 million

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Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation raised, with the help of the local community, $950,000 during the month of September for its first Go Gold campaign. This amount includes cash and in-kind donations. The fundraiser kicked off on September 1 for National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month. Local businesses and the community joined this movement to support childhood cancer research through promotions… Read More →

Walkers brighten up holidays at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

Get ready to light up the night and the faces of patients at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The 5th Annual Ignite Hope candlelight walk is returning to Phoenix Children’s Hospital on Saturday, Dec. 10. Spread light and celebrate patients during the 1.1 mile trek to Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The festivities kick off at North High School… Read More →

2016 Most Admired Company: Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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Phoenix Children’s Hospital Most Admired Company: 2010, 2013, 2014, 2016 Top Arizona executive: Robert Meyer, president and CEO What it does: Named one of the Best Children’s Hospital in the United States by U. S. News and World Report. Admirable quality: Phoenix Children’s has the technology to turn two-dimensional images from a CT scan into… Read More →

CCAH will help promote Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation

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CCAH, a full-service direct marketing firm serving global nonprofit organizations, will provide direct mail and digital marketing services for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation (PCHF). The Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation provides philanthropic support to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, one of the largest children’s hospitals in the country. Phoenix Children’s provides care across more than 75 pediatric specialties… Read More →

Mother connects with 24-hour view of her preemie’s hospital stay

Nurses sweep through narrow aisles in a dimly lit room, tending to tiny patients born prematurely or with problems. A mother is here for hours, watching her baby born 10 weeks too soon, touching the hands of her son to the beeps and buzzes of the machines that monitor her boy. Still, as much as… Read More →

I scream! You scream! Creamistry coming to uptown


The popular chemistry inspired ice creamery, Creamistry is opening an Uptown Phoenix location on July 11, right next door the Phoenix’s first ever Lou Malnati’s Pizza location. The ice cream shop will host a grand opening, with specials for the week of July 18 at the new uptown location, near Central Avenue and Camelback Road.… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s Hospital ranked among best hospitals

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Phoenix Children’s Hospital once again has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s 2016-17 Best Children’s Hospitals rankings, the only Arizona hospital to make the prestigious list. U.S. News & World Report’s national publication ranks children’s hospitals annually for its clinical expertise and patient outcomes in 10 medical specialties (listed below). For the first time,… Read More →

3D-printed heart helps family cope with toddler’s lifetime of heart surgeries

Just days after she was born, Jemma Starks nearly died. Surgeons have operated on her three times over her 2½ years to keep her heart beating. As she prepares for a fourth open-heart surgery, the toddler plays with a color-coded 3D-printed heart that is a replica of the heart beating inside her chest. She wiggles… Read More →