Anne Rita Monahan’s life was cut short by one of the most debilitating female diseases—ovarian cancer. Now a foundation, honoring her legacy, educates women on its silent symptoms.
Colonel Olin Hogan, Phoenix City Coordinator of the Salvation Army, says that donating money is a good option because it is the most direct way to help to people in need. “They can use that money to buy what specifics they need at any time,” he says.
There are also a lot of different ways to give the money at convenience to the donor. One convenient way is to donate is online (
Visions of Sugar Plums
Come out to the Scottsdale Fairmont Princess Resort on Monday, Nov. 22, 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. The event includes a lunch, silent and live auctions and a holiday fashion show presented by Scottsdale Fashion Square and the Kierland Commons. Plus, from home décor to gourmet food, you’ll be sure to find great gifts to place under your tree. Tickets are $75 and all proceeds will go to benefit the Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale.
A can't-miss fall event and tremendously successful revenue generator for premier school Brophy College Prep, the annual Brophy Fashion Show Luncheon will be held November 3, 2010 at the Camelback Inn in Paradise Valley. The event draws up to 1,400 guests each year, who enjoy a beautiful lunch, Saks Fifth Avenue fashion show, raffle prizes and- the highlight- the presentation of the Brophy senior boys. We had the opportunity to talk with Brophy College Prep Vice President Adria Renke about her history at the school, the fantastic event and how the funds benefit the students.