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Phoenix Rescue Mission Launches New Campaign

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Phoenix Rescue Mission has launched its innagural  “HOMELESS FOR THE HOLIDAYS." Running now through Dec. 31, the campaign hosts several events throughout the fall and winter to support the homeless and less fortunate during the holiday season. Phoenix Rescue Mission aims to serve more than 108,000 meals during the holidays.

“More than 25,000 people in...

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AZ Giving: Pearce Family Foundation

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Meghan Alfonso believed she could make a difference in her community. Little did she know, she was going to impact 62 families in less than four years.

 

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Before she became the CEO for Pearce Family Foundation, Meghan Alfonso worked for St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation and contributed to raising money in a variety of events. She worked with many families and patients closely, and she would often hear the same story from them: they received attention and love at the hospital, but when they went back...

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AZ Giving: Pink Out 5K

 

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In 2009, at the age of 39, Holly Rose discovered she had a lump that turned out to be breast cancer. She was fortunate enough to find the cancer in the early stages and save her life.

During that time, her family and community were there for her, cheering her up every step of the way. The support she received pushed her to give back to the community, and soon after she started Don’t be a Chump! Check for a Lump! with the help of a childhood friend. The nonprofit organization’s mission is to motivate other...

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AZ Giving: Models Mutts Meow Calendar

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For the third year in a row, the Arizona Animal Welfare League has brought models, photographers, make-up artists, photo studio owners and experts alike all together to volunteer their time, talent and resources to help raise money for the shelter.

Three years ago, creator and organizer of the annual calendar, Whitney Steele, came up with the idea to showcase animals that have been in the shelter for a long time to hopefully give them a new home, all while raising money for the upkeep of the shelter. The last two years, they've raised thousands of dollars for the shelter...

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