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National Adoption Month: Meet Angelina


Meet Angelina

These are Arizona's children: Angelina is a fun-loving girl who enjoys going to church and being silly. Get to know her and other adoptable children at the childrensheartgallery.org. #NationalAdoptionMonth


National Adoption Month: Meet Abrianna & Serenity


Meet Abrianna & Serenity

These are Arizona's children: If Abrianna could go any place on earth, she’d like to go to Hollywood and see the huge Christmas tree. When Serenity grows up, she’d love to be a horse trainer. Get to know these sisters and other adoptable children at the childrensheartgallery.org. #NationalAdoptionMonth


AZ Giving: Driving Out Domestic Violence Gala and Golf Tournament

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Chrysalis, a shelter for those who have been affected by domestic violence, is hosting its ninth-annual Driving Out Domestic Violence Gala and Golf Tournament Nov. 15 and Nov. 16. After nine years, the event has blossomed into a major philanthropic event, raising over $2.5 million for Chrysalis programs and their victims. AZ Foothills spoke with president and CEO of Chrysalis, Patricia Klahr, as well as host of the gala, Lauren Teahen, about their amazing achievements. 

Chrysalis started out of a home for victims of abusive situations. As the need for an actual shelter grew, Chrysalis came about and started housing individuals while providing...


AZ Giving: Heidi's Village

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Every animal deserves to leave paw prints on someone’s heart. Heidi’s Village is paving the way for animal welfare organizations in the Valley with a safe haven to board animals and ultimately find them their furever homes.

Everyone can remember the moment they brought their first pet home. Perhaps it was through an animal shelter, a close friend or even a surprise gift sitting there on Christmas morning with a big red bow. Animals fill your heart with an unconditional love you never knew existed. When you give an animal a forever home, they can offer a lifetime of friendship...


AZ Giving: Valley University Partners with Phoenix Zoo

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Did you know there are only 131 gray wolves left in the wild? With that in mind, Ottawa University-Arizona (OUAZ) partnered with the Phoenix Zoo to sponsor its Mexican gray wolf habitat in an effort to boost awareness of the endangerment this beautiful species. Zoo-goers can even visit the litter of six Mexican gray wolf pups who were born there this summer! Here, Phoenix Zoo and OUAZ officials discuss this unique partnership and how you can aid in saving these precious...

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