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Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Urgent Need of Food Donations

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The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center has an urgent need for dry dog and cat food for rescued and rehabilitating animals at its Scottsdale refuge.

The nonprofit Southwest Wildlife’s longtime dry pet food supplier is no longer making those donations.

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Arizona Snowbowl to Host 30th Annual Climb to Conquer Cancer this Month

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The American Cancer Society’s “Climb to Conquer Cancer” event is being hosted by Arizona Snowbowl on Saturday, August 17th.

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AZ Giving: American Red Cross Issues Emergency Call for Blood

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After the holiday weekend, American Red Cross faces a blood shortage and has issued an emergency call for eligible individuals of all blood types to give now. The American Red Cross now has less than a three-day supply of most blood types available – and less than a two-day supply of type O blood – for patients. At least a five-day supply is desired.

How to help: Donors of all blood types...

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Q & A: Dbacks' Luke Weaver on Striking Out Poverty

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Luke Weaver, Diamondbacks’ newest starting pitcher, and eight other Major League Baseball players have teamed up with Food for the Hungry's Striking Out Poverty and will be campaigning to provide resources like medicine, medical supplies, construction materials and other necessities for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Throughout the baseball season, Weaver, in addition to his initial donation, is going to pledge $46 per strikeout, and with the addition of partner matches, every $1 equals $22, resulting in each strikeout amounting to a whopping...

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AZ Giving: Boots in the House Collects Care Items for the Troops

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Best of Our Valley winner Blythe Grace, PLLC is collecting items for care packages for the troops through Boots in the House program. Robert Reder, managing partner, invites the public to drop off items to be donated throughout the summer. 

Frequently requested items include non-perishable food items like peanut butter, energy bars, ground coffee, tuna/chicken packets, microwaveable mac and cheese, to name a few. Boots in the House also accepts items of sunscreen, wool socks, deodorant, floss, toothpaste and more. (See above for a full list of needed items.)

Items can be dropped off at Blythe Grace, PLLC 4040 E Camelback Road, Suite 275 in Phoenix.

 

 
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