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Larry Fitzgerald's Philanthropic Triumph: Fitz's Supper Club Raises $1 Million

After a two-year hiatus, Larry Fitzgerald, Jr. partnered with Dominick’s Steakhouse to bring back Fitz’s Supper Club on May 8, 2023. The event is Larry Fitzgerald’s biggest fundraiser of the year and this year was no exception, generating $1 million in charitable funds for the first time in the event’s 13-year history.

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Pictured from left to right: Oliver Badgio, Larry Fitzgerald, Jr. and Jeff Mastro


Arizona Animal Welfare League's Rebrand Reflects Commitment to Inclusivity & Pet Health Resources

The Arizona Animal Welfare League (AAWL) is a well-established nonprofit organization that has served the Phoenix community since 1971. Over the years, the nonprofit has saved the lives of countless dogs and cats through their rescue and adoption efforts. Recently, the organization underwent a rebranding effort to reflect their commitment to equitable access to pet health services.




Gateway Academy Presents Art for Autism Charity Auction at Larsen Gallery

Larsen Gallery will donate 25 pieces of artwork for the auction with 100% of the proceeds going to gateway academy. Artlink is also putting out a call to artists to participate.

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22 Arizona Girl Scouts Attain Distinguished Gold Award

For Girl Scouts across the nation, winning the Gold Award is an esteemed recognition, awarded only to the most exemplary scouts each year. The award is the highest honor for a Girl Scout, given to high school-aged girls as a symbol of their leadership and dedication to the program. This year, the Arizona Cactus-Pine Council granted this prestigious honor to 22 remarkable young women in the Valley.

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Mesa Volunteer Serves East Valley Homeless Community for Over a Decade

As the homeless crisis continues to increase in metro Phoenix, so does the community outpour of volunteers and services for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the Valley. Among these local volunteers and community leaders is Valley resident Margaret Taylor who has been passionately serving the East Valley homeless community for over a decade. 

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Margaret Taylor, A New Leaf volunteer who's served the community for over 10 years.

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