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Wreaths Across America Aims to Honor Fallen Veterans on Dec. 15

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The holidays are noted universally as being a time of giving – whether it’s to your community or to your loved ones. There are hundreds of organizations and charities across the county that work tirelessly to provide to those who are less fortunate by donating both their time and resources. And while there are many who are doing great work, very few have the spotless reputation and unique influence that Wreaths Across America does.

The story about the organization begins with Morrill Worcester, who is the owner of the Worcester Wreath Company of Harrington, Maine. When Morrill was only 12-years-old, he had the...

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Dominick’s Steakhouse Raises More Than $33,000 For Make-A-Wish Arizona

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The Valley’s favorite family of steakhouses, Dominick’s Steakhouse, is proud to present a check for $33,550 to Make-A-Wish Arizona. The funds were raised after holding its annual fundraiser for Arizona wish kids on Wednesday, October 17th.

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AZ Giving: Lisa Glow of Central Arizona Shelter Services

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The goal of Central Arizona Shelter Services (CASS), the longest-serving and largest emergency homeless shelter in Arizona, is to end homelessness one life at a time. This noble mission and the nonprofit's success is in great part thanks to its CEO, Lisa Glow. Here, get to know Glow and her hopes for the future of CASS, including a new shelter for local seniors.

  • You wear many hats: author, humanitarian and lawyer. Which means the most to you?

Being a mom is my most meaningful and favorite hat. After that, being a humanitarian...

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AZ Giving: Food for the Hungry

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Charity begins at home. And in the midst of a chaotic holiday season, the Phoenix-based global organization, Food for the Hungry, is working to serve the physical and spiritual needs of the world’s most vulnerable through its international relief and development efforts. Via its annual gift catalog, people can sponsor a child, donate or purchase items—everything from medical care for a child to two chickens for a poverty-stricken family.

Phoenix’s Food for the Hungry, which was founded in 1971 by Larry Ward, envisions a world where impoverished communities are no more and vulnerable...

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