Looking to mix, mingle and dance the night away? Well, we have the perfect event for you--and its gives back to a wonderful Valley cause. On April 28, from 7 to 10 p.m., at The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch, join in Junior League of Phoenix's Fifth Annual White Party.
All proceeds from the White Party benefit local community programs and training sponsored by...
Although most know her for her star-power performances on stage and on the big screen, Vanessa Williams is also one of the most philanthropic celebrities. Apart from her Grammy, Tony and Emmy award nominations and her recognition as a New York Times bestselling author, she considers her philanthropic work to be among her most prestigious and accomplished segments of her career. She has supported various charitable organizations including the Special Olympics and The Eye Bank. To continue her philanthropic endeavors, she will be making a trip out to the Valley on May 18 to speak at...
Pat and Bob Bondurant; Molly and Bob Stockley
What started with a single phone call has resulted in one of the Valley’s most anticipated spring galas.
“When you get a call from the bishop, you just can’t say no,” says Pat Bondurant, president of the Bondurant Racing School, about an unexpected phone call that truly inspired her.
Reverend Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix, entrusted her and Molly Stockley, vice president of Hospital Growth at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, to co-chair the 30th anniversary of the Crozier Gala
On Feb. 22 at Lucky Strike, Arizona Diamondback Paul Goldschmidt, and his wife Amy, will host the second Goldy’s Bowling Bash. The event benefits Goldy’s Fund 4 Kids, which aids to thousands of children and families of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and is going to be bigger than ever. The red-carpet festivities start at 5 p.m., and there will be a huge after-party in the Gypsy Lounge with dinner, drinks, a DJ, and the chance to meet other Valley sports stars. Like Archie Bradley, AJ...
Instead of focusing on boxes of chocolates and red roses, consider bringing a smile to the face of those who need it the most this Valentine's Day. Phoenix Children’s Hospital has made the process of giving to its patients easy with its Valentine’s Day e-card.
Simly visit PCHValentine.com to select your Valentine’s Day message and design (a cute dog, cat or frog) and enter your name and email address. The staff at Phoenix Children’s Hospital will deliver your card to kids at the hospital on Feb. 14.