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October 17th: The Knuckle Ball Benefiting The Joe Niekro Foundation

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Photo Courtesy of: The Joe Niekro Foundation

The Knuckle Ball is one of nine signature fundraising events for The Joe Niekro Foundation that helps raise...


Oct. 3: Cruise for Wildlife

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Nature enthusiasts all over the Valley are counting the days until Liberty Wildlife’s first-ever Cruise for Wildlife.

The cruise will be led by Clint Sutter, certified captain and Lake Pleasant expert, who will share his knowledge about the surrounding area and the native peoples who once inhabited it. If timing is right, guests may encounter wild bald eagles and other Arizona wildlife as they explore miles of hidden canyons and scenic shorelines. Aurora, Liberty Wildlife’s very own bald eagle, will join the crew on board for complimentary photo ops. 

All proceeds from the fundraiser will go directly to the organization...


Celebrity Psychic to Receive Hope Award at Debbie Gaby’s 2015 Celebrity Catwalk

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American author, profiler and medium Allison DuBois will be honored for her work with a Hope Award at Debbie Gaby’s 2015 Celebrity Catwalk presented by Honor Health.  Ms. Dubois’ psychic abilities has assisted U.S. law enforcement officials in solving crimes, forming the basis of the TV series Medium starring Patricia...


Kicking Cancer on the Catwalk

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Story by: Sara Goodwin

Assistance In Healthcare, a West Valley charity, will kick off its second-annual Project Pink in October. This charity fashion show brings Valley men and women together to help the cancer patients of Phoenix.

Having cancer is tough on everyone -- for the patients, it's the physical drain of the disease and treatments; for relatives and friends, it’s the emotional drain that comes with this terrible, incurable disease. But then there’s the financial aspect. Cancer treatments are expensive and when patients are paying hospital bills, there’s less money that can be...


Salvation Army: Hygiene Means Hope

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The Salvation Army's calling is to feed, to clothe, to comfort, to care. And thanks to the generous support of local residents, essentials like Hygiene Kits are provided to homeless adults, children and families in need.

Homeless people often go without the basic necessities most Americans take for granted. Amidst the struggle to find food and a safe place to sleep, it's difficult to acquire basic items like soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrushes, etc.

In the United States alone, an estimated 3.5 million people per...

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