On November 12, 2013 Audra Sanders, her mother Carol, as well as her uncle Tom Fitzpatrick were murdered by Audra’s father. It was a fall afternoon, like any other except that four lives in a quiet Central Phoenix neighborhood would be ended in a horrific act of domestic violence. The murder-suicide quickly dominated local and even national news.
This month marks the Season of Giving in celebration of Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia's 10th anniversary. Through December, the resort hosts a variety of programing and events to thank its loyal customers and give back to the community. Via the Stay Package, guests can book two nights and get the third night for $10 (it also includes a commemorative take-home hamsa hand). In addition, each stay at Omni supports
Nominations for the Girls Rule Foundation’s 2018 Awards and Mentoring Program are Open Through Oct. 15
Photo courtesy of the Girls Rule Foundation official website.
Today’s girls, tomorrow’s leaders. The Girls Rule Foundation is a nonprofit that empowers young women through unique leadership programs and opportunities.
Each year, the foundation strives to recognize the young women in local, Arizona communities who are making a difference through their Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold Role Model Award and Mentoring Program. Nominations for this...
With the idea of spreading love and supporting one another, an inspiring Valley woman is creating a positive change and a call to action in our community with her new clothing brand.
Love Over H8 is a clothing brand created and designed by the Valley’s own Cheryl Najafi to inspire others, raise awareness and provoke change. With $5 of every purchase going to a cause, this brand is all about giving back and fighting for equality and tolerance. The cause that the money goes to? Completely up to the customer! When checking out, the customer decides what cause resonates most with them.
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AZFoothills.com is proud to announce Lerner & Rowe Gives Back as the winner of the second-annual Nonprofit of the Year competition. Nearly 250 Valley organizations vied for the winning title and a sponsorship package from Arizona Foothills Magazine. Here, get to know the nonprofit that, simply stated, aims to pay it forward within the community.