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Q & A with Lauren Teahen of Lauren of Driving Out Domestic Violence Gala and Golf Event


This November, one of the Valley’s signature charity events kicks into high gear. This is the eighth year former major league baseball player Mark Teahen and his wife, Lauren, put on their Driving Out Domestic Violence Gala and Golf event in Scottsdale. The annual event, which takes place Nov. 2 and 3 draws celebrities from...


Send a "Happy Halloween" to a Phoenix Children’s Hospital Patient


Some kiddos don't have the privilege of walking door to door, donning a pirate getup and munching on candy corn this Halloween. For the patients of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, show them that they are on your mind by sending a free Halloween e-card.

The process is simple: Visit PCHHalloween.org to select your Halloween message and design (a cute ghost, a witch or skeleton). Enter your name and email address, and the staff at Phoenix Children’s Hospital will deliver your Halloween card to kids at the Hospital on Halloween, Oct. 31.



David and Meghan Johnson to Host Johnson Family: Agents of Change Benefit


Arizona Cardinals' running back David Johnson is continuing to use the power behind his athletic success to better the community by hosting Johnson Family: Agents of Change event on Tuesday, October 23rd at 6:30pm at Mountain Shadows. Johnson Family: Agents of Change event will benefit The Johnson’s Family Mission 31 Foundation, whose mission is to provide opportunities and resources to seriously ill children and their families by offering daily support and life changing experiences.


2018 WM Phoenix Open and The Thunderbirds Raise Record-Breaking $12.2 Million

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The Thunderbirds, hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open Presented by The Ak-Chin Indian Community, raised a record $12.2 million ($12,213,207) for local charities through proceeds from the 2018 tournament, Thunderbirds Big Chief Carlos Sugich recently announced.


Phoenix Rescue Mission Launches Holiday Donations Campaign


Phoenix Rescue Mission has launched its second-annual “HOMELESS FOR THE HOLIDAYS” campaign with the hope that the Valley’s homeless and disadvantaged populations do not go hungry this holiday season. 

The nonprofit is currently is in need of food, water, hygiene items, new socks, toys, volunteers and monetary donations to support the Homeless for the Holidays campaign. The campaign runs through Dec. 31.

For a complete list of items needed and drop-off locations, visit 

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