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Home for the Holidays: Meet Abigail

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Meet Abigail

These are Arizona's children: Abigail is a sweet-natured, helpful child. She loves to be creative – from arts and crafts to making slime. When Abigail grows up, she hopes to be a large animal vet. Get to know her and other adoptable children at childrensheartgallery.org.

 

 

Q & A: Nicolee Thompson of Harvest Compassion Center

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Harvest Compassion Center is a local nonprofit serving the top most underserved communities in the Valley. The organization is dedicated to creating a first-class, dignified experience for every person that walks through their doors. The food and clothing bank acts as a one-stop shop that looks and feels like a normal grocery store and clothing boutique. The Harvest Compassion Center was runner-up for AZ Foothills’

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Q & A: Francisco Ortiz y Davis of Arizona DECA

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Arizona DECA is a nonprofit that works to prepare high school and college students for life’s next steps. The organization provides students with unprecedented problem-solving skills, transforming them into innovative leaders within the workforce. In 2019, Arizona DECA was named AZ Foothills’ Nonprofit of the Year. We got the chance to catch up with the executive director of Arizona DECA, Francisco Ortiz y Davis, to learn more about what makes the organization unique, recent...

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AZ Giving: New Life Center

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As one of the largest domestic violence shelters in the country, New Life Center continually pursues a violence-free Arizona. In 2018, the local shelter provided 33,000 safe bed nights to survivors, over 27,000 meals to children and 12,000-plus hours of individual support to survivors. 

In 1986, a group of soroptimist women attended an out-of-state domestic violence conference that inspired them to open the West Valley’s first shelter. Understanding such services to be imperative, they partnered with the city to dissolve stigmas surrounding domestic violence.  In 1991, New Life Center opened in the...

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AZ Giving: Help-A-Home Holiday Charity Program

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Nanny and childcare agency Trusting Connections once again hosts its annual Help-A-Home holiday charity program to aid a Phoenix-area family during this season of giving.  

Each November, Trusting Connections calls upon the three communities they serve (Phoenix, Tucson and Dallas) to help identify a family in need that could benefit from a holiday gift basket. The basket contains a gift card valid toward Trusting Connections’ nanny, sitter and personal assistant services as well as special...

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