Arizona Coyotes and Equality Health Announce Innovative Partnership

The Arizona Coyotes and Equality Health announced a new partnership focused on creating a stronger, healthier and more vibrant Arizona while growing the game of hockey. As part of the agreement, Equality Health will serve as the “Official Partner of the Arizona Coyotes and the Arizona Coyotes Street Hockey League.” The Coyotes Street Hockey League […]

Valley Leadership Announces Man & Woman of the Year

Valley Leadership announced that Angela Hughey and Brian Spicker are the 74th Annual Man & Woman of the Year honorees. The pair will be honored for their long-term contributions and commitment to the community at the Annual Man & Woman of the Year event on Nov. 28. Each year, an outstanding Valley man and woman […]

Q&A and Breaking News With Scottsdale Arts CEO Gerd Wuestemann

Earlier this year, Scottsdale Arts debuted the newly renovated Civic Center, located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale. A project that had been in talks for over 20 years, the updated outdoor spaces now offer a more open concept for visitors, as well as a 360º stage, new pieces of art and more.  While […]

ASU Students Invent Air-Filtration System for Mongolian Yurts

After learning that coal smoke is compromising the health of families in Mongolia, a team of ASU engineering students developed a practical, solar-powered solution and then made the organizational connections to deploy it. More than 6,000 miles away, Shamsher Warudkar read an article in the bulletin of the World Health Organization stating that approximately 83,000 […]

The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Awards $1M to Child Crisis Arizona

Child Crisis Arizona, whose mission is to provide Arizona children and youth a safe environment free from abuse and neglect by creating strong and successful families, has received a $1 million donation from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation. The contribution will support both the organization’s annual operational costs and its Center for Child & […]

Athletes for Arizona Launches

Last month, more than 600 students gathered for the kickoff of Athletes for Arizona, a collaborative statewide partnership between The Be Kind People Project, Arizona Community Foundation and Athletes for Hope. Through this innovative partnership, Athletes for Arizona will deliver physical activity programming, education on healthy living, mental health education and increased sports participation in […]

Thunderbirds Name Pediatric Wing at New Burn Center

Thunderbirds Charities gave a $500,000 contribution toward the Thunderbirds Charities Pediatric Burn Unit located inside the Diane and Bruce Halle Arizona Burn Center at Valleywise Health, opening in early 2024. It is the Thunderbirds’ single-largest gift for this funding cycle and this fiscal year. The new 75,000-square-foot Halle Arizona Burn Center was designed from both […]

AZ Impact for Good Officially Launches

AZ Impact for Good, formerly known as the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits + Arizona Grantmakers Forum, announced the culmination of an extensive yearlong rebranding endeavor. The transformation harmonizes the core tenets of the merged entities, propelling a rejuvenated commitment to elevate and empower the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors throughout Arizona. “Today marks a milestone we’ve […]

A Tribute to Susan “Sue” Glawe

It is with the utmost sorrow that we share the passing of Sue Glawe, a beloved community champion and founding member of our advisory board. I am going to miss her calls and texts in the days following the release of Frontdoors magazine for the rest of my days. She contributed introductions for stories she […]

Human Services Campus Adds MVD

The Homeless ID Project and the Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division have teamed up to help Human Services Campus clients obtain state-issued identification. Located near downtown Phoenix, the Human Services Campus is a collaborative effort between 16 organizations working together to end homelessness.  Open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., […]