Save the Family Archives
Casual day has taken on a whole new meaning for the employees at Brokers Alliance. Since December 2015, Brokers Alliance started a new incentive to raise money for different nonprofit organizations. If employees raise a certain amount each month, they get to dress down for a week. “We were looking to increase our philanthropy andâ€¦ Read More â†’
Desert Schools extended its Shine On Campaign to donate $60,000 to local nonprofits for one more month. Now in its second year, Shine On is Desert Schools’ largest philanthropic effort, with plans to donate $60,000 to six local non-profits. Launched in October, the program utilizes crowd sourcing as a way for the organizations to receiveâ€¦ Read More â†’
Community involvement and giving back is a top priority for Desert Schools. After the success of the inaugural year, Arizona’s largest federal credit union is launching the second annual Shine On campaign with the intent to give up to $10,000 each to six deserving organizations. The following organizations were selected to participate in the 2015-2016â€¦ Read More â†’
It doesn’t get any easier. The 2015 Valley Partnership Community Project planning process has officially begun. Sixteen grant applications were received, reviewed and ranked by hard-working committee members. The committee short listed the applications to four potential charity recipients. Juliana Norvell of Marc Taylor Inc., led the charge as the charity recipient liaison for theâ€¦ Read More â†’
Save the Family, Valley Partnership, and Gorman & Co. saw a promising future for Mesa’s homeless and poverty-stricken community in the Escobedo at Verde Vista development.
More than 200 volunteers from the commercial real estate community and members of Valley Partnership took over the Save the Family Foundation’s Escobedo at Verde Vista Affordable Housing Development construction site on Saturday morning to lay sod, paint sidewalk games, plant trees and spruce up the exteriors of the community’s entryway. Valley Partnership has aâ€¦ Read More â†’