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Phoenix Rescue Mission in Need of Donations for Winter Wonderland


This Saturday, Dec. 16, Phoenix Rescue Mission will be providing Christmas to 1,000 kids and their parents who are in need during its annual Winter Wonderland celebration.

From 8 to 11 a.m., the Mission’s Community Solutions Center in Phoenix will be turned into an holiday wonderland with bounce houses, games, cookie...


Phoenix Hotel Hosts One Warm Coat Drive


Now through Jan. 2, the Residence Inn/Courtyard by Marriott Phoenix Downtown, located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, is hosting a coat drive to collect clean, gently worn, warm coats to donate to local Arizona charities as part of the nationwide One Warm Coat drive. The goal is to collect 50 coats which will be distributed to local families in need via


AZ Giving: Mission Possible Café


Phoenix Rescue Mission has long provided hope and healing to those suffering from homelessness, addiction and trauma in the Valley. Its newest endeavor provides yet another opportunity for a new beginning to locals who need it most.



The folks behind Phoenix Rescue Mission long dreamed of opening a restaurant. Mission Possible Café, located at 1516 West Van Buren Street in Phoenix, is the organization’s newest and most-awaited project. The...


Six Ways to Benefit #LoveUp Foundation at Christmas at the Princess

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This Wednesday, Nov. 22, marks the highly anticipated tree lighting at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess and the kickoff to the resort's annual holiday festival, Christmas at the Princess. In addition to spreading holiday cheer to locals and visitors, this year Christmas at the Princess aims to make a difference for foster children via the


Valley Kidpreneteur Raises Funds for Cancer Research

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In four short months— the hottest months of the year—9-year-old Chloe Cundiff was able to raise nearly $10,000 for ovarian cancer research. 

This past summer, Duality PR and bluemedia introduced the program “Take a Lemonade Stand” that provided 100 “kidpreneurs”  a custom-fabricated lemonade stand where in turn they were able to run a business selling lemonade—donating at least 50 percent of their proceeds to a school or nonprofit of their choice. This inaugural program was seen to be very successful and definitely shined a light on...

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