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Giving Guide ARIZONA


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Find your cause. Invest in your community.

Arizona Gives Day is a single statewide day of giving that has raised $7.4 million for Arizona nonprofits since 2013.

Find your cause and preschedule your donation at

Your donation on this day can help your favorite organization win a cash prize!

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To her role as CEO of Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, Kristen Merrifield brings more than 14 years’ experience that includes leadership roles with the Arizona Small Business Association, the ASU Foundation and the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. Merrifield is an active participant in the business and nonprofit community in her roles as Past President of the Arizona Society of Association Executives Board and active member of groups such as the American Society of Association Executives, serving on its Public Policy Committee; the Young Nonprofit Professional Network; the Organization for Nonprofit Executives; the National Council of Nonprofits, serving on its Membership Committee; and the Nonprofit Executives Together group in Tucson.

Arizona Gives Day is a powerful 24-hour online giving experience that unites Arizonans around causes they believe in. The single, statewide day of giving has raised $7.4 million for Arizona nonprofits since 2013. Arizona nonprofits do much more than provide necessary services to our communities — they are an integral part of our state’s economy. Annually, they have an economic impact of $22.4 billion, more than 8 percent of Arizona’s gross state product. Arizona nonprofits also account for 325,000 jobs. At the Alliance, our mission is to unite, strengthen and advance Arizona’s nonprofit sector. Arizona Gives Day provides us with a unique opportunity to put our mission into action in a way that not only propels our Arizona nonprofit community, but also cultivates a powerful and engaging spirit of philanthropy statewide. Monetary donations are the most direct way to help a nonprofit make an impact — donations allow nonprofits to allocate funds where they are most needed. Arizona Gives is focused on helping participating nonprofits raise funds that are critical to supporting their work. By donating, you simultaneously invest in the future of Arizona and help nonprofits make an impact in your community. This year, we are excited to roll out an all-new, mobile-friendly and user-friendly giving platform, making it easier and more exciting than ever to find and donate to hundreds of local nonprofits. Participating nonprofits also have the exciting opportunity to earn prize money from our incentive fund. We paid out more than $175,000 in prize checks in 2016 alone! Prize categories change each year but are based on criteria such as most money raised in certain categories, most donations over a certain amount during a “power hour,” or even reaching collective milestones throughout the day. Exciting highlights from last year’s Arizona Gives Day are spotlighted on the next page. It is critical that we engage individuals, community leaders, corporate partners and our small-business community in helping us exceed the nearly $3 million we raised last year. Our theme for 2017 is “Invest in Arizona,” and we believe everyone has a unique opportunity to do just that. You can utilize the Giving Guide in this month’s issue of In Business Magazine to learn about some of the great local charities and nonprofit organizations participating in this year’s Arizona Gives Day. Pick one (or several!) to make a donation to on April 4,2017, at Together, we can make a huge impact!


ARIZONA GIVES DAY Since its inauguration in 2013, Arizona Gives Day has steadily increased the donations to local nonprofits. 2013: raised $1.110 million 2014: raised $1.393 million 2015: raised $2.055 million

Kristen Merrifield, CAE Chief Executive Officer Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

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2016: raised $2.84 million Total: $7.4 million



About the 2017 Giving Guide We are pleased to offer the list of Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

to give on Arizona Gives Day. By participating on this day, you

members who are participating in Arizona Gives Day coming

connect or even reconnect with a nonprofit to support its

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Go Beyond Gives Day: We ask that you connect with your

nonprofits that they may work with to better our community.

nonprofit, and we challenge you to choose one or more

Our goal is to give these groups exposure for a full month prior

organizations to work with in this coming year. By volunteering

to Arizona Gives Day so that they may realize additional benefit

time, talent and treasure, your organization is likely to gain in

among the business community.

more ways that you might expect.

How to Give: We urge you, as a company or an individual,

Thank you for giving back to our community!

Maximum Impact: Encourage your employees and customers to participate through your e-newsletter, website, social media and email marketing between March 1 and April 4, 2017.


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Nonprofits participating in Arizona Gives Day

100 Club of Arizona

Against Abuse, Inc.

The Arc of Arizona, Inc.

Arizona Community Action Association

1N10, Inc.

Agape Adoption Agency of Arizona, Inc.

Arivaca Helping Hearts

Arizona Dental Foundation

Arizona Association for Gifted and Talented

Arizona Ecumenical Council

A A New Leaf Inc A Stepping Stone Foundation A Tree 4 Christmas, Inc. Abaka Foundation Abels House Inc. About Care Actor’s Youth Theatre Administration of Resources & Choices Advanced Independence Charity After The Homestretch-Arizona Inc

Alliance Française de Tucson

Arizona Autism United

Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation Amanda Hope Rainbow Angel’s

Arizona Geriatrics Society

Arizona Burn Foundation

American Red Cross Andy Hulls Sunshine Foundation

Arizona Career Pathways

Angels on Patrol, Inc.

Arizona Cattle Dog Rescue

Animals in Disaster (AID) Empty Bowl Pet Food Pantry

Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics

Anthony Bates Foundation

Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness

Arizona Helping Hands Arizona Hemophilia Association Arizona Humane Society Arizona Interfaith Movement


Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy at the time of press; however, we apologize if any Alliance members were missed in putting this list together.


Career Connectors is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to connecting professionals in career transition to hiring companies and quality resources.

REAL people

For the Job Seeker: Career Connectors is an event-driven community outreach program, with three monthly events held across the Greater Phoenix Valley. Each event includes professional career speakers, four hiring companies presenting current opportunities (as well as post-meeting one-on-one face time), and free professional services (resume review/critique, business portraits, social media, LinkedIn coaching and educational opportunities).



For Hiring Companies: Career Connectors has connected more than 500 companies to more than 25,000 professional-level candidates. We are the premier career-level nonprofit organization in the Metro Phoenix area. We support a wide variety of industry sectors: Information Technology, Sales, Finance, Semiconductor, Engineering, Human Resources and more.


For Corporate Sponsors: Sponsoring companies have access to reaching a highly sought-after professional demographic, as well as being an active supporter for those in career transition.


Year Established Locally: 2009 Type of Services: Career Services, Workforce, Job Search

Suite 114-272, Gilbert, AZ 85297

Specialties: Job Search, Career

Phone: (480) 442-5806

Resources, Job Connections,


Employer Connections, Job Coaching

Locations in Metro Phoenix: 3

Total Public Support (Income) in 2016: $164,000




No. of Years with Firm: 8

Local Office: 3317 S. Higley Rd.,



Local Top Executive: Jessica Pierce

Name: Career Connectors Network

Headquartered: Gilbert, AZ

Arizona Hands & Voices Arizona Healing House for Children

Career Connectors

Who we are

Arizona Greyhound & Animal Rescue Fund

Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children

Anytown Leadership Camp

Arizona Elk Society

CareerConnectors is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization 480.442.5806



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Career Connectors Network

Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services (ALWAYS)

BBB (Better Business Bureau) of Central Arizona Foundation

Arizona Literacy & Learning Center

Be A Leader Foundation

Casa Center for Positive Social Change

Arizona Musicfest

Beads of Courage, Inc.

Casa de los Niños

Arizona Oncology Foundation

Benefactors of Red Rock State Park, Inc.

CASA Support Council for Pima County, Inc.

Benevilla (Sun City Area Interfaith Services, Inc.)

Catholic Charities Community Services

Ben’s Bells Project

Catholic Community Services of Southern Arizona

The Arizona Partnership for Immunization Arizona Recreation Center for the Handicapped (ARCH) Arizona Safe Baby Haven Foundation

Beyond Autism, Inc

Arizona State Parks Foundation

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson

Arizona Theatre Company

Black Canyon Heritage Park

Arizona Western College Foundation

BlackBox Foundation

The Chandler Christian Community Center

Arizona Wilderness Coalition


Chandler Cultural Foundation

Arizona Women’s Education and Employment- AWEE

Boxer Luv Rescue

Chandler/Gilbert Arc

Boys & Girls Club of Flagstaff

Child & Family Resources

Boys & Girls Club of Kingman

Child Crisis Arizona

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale

Children’s Action Alliance

Arizona Youth Partnership (AZYP) Arizonans for Gun Safety Arizona’s Children Association Arthritis Foundation Arts for All, Inc. Asian Pacific Community in Action Assistance League of Phoenix

Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona BreakDown International

Children’s Museum of Phoenix Chrysalis Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence Circle the CIty Civitan Foundation

Audubon Arizona

Bright Star Community Development under development

Cochise Canine Rescue

Aunt Ritas Foundation


Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth (CCC&Y)

B Back to School Clothing Drive Backpacks 4 Kids AZ, Inc Bag It


Camp Colley Foundation Camp Wildcat

Crisis Response Network Crosier Community of Phoenix Crossroads Mission


CO+HOOTS Foundation

AZ Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence

Cortney’s Place

Central Village

Bridging AZ Furniture Bank

C.U.D.D.L.E. Outreach

Corbin’s Legacy

Cultural Coalition, Inc.

The Bridge to Hope, Inc

Association for Supportive Child Care, Inc

Companion Animal Association of Arizona

Central Arizona Shelter Services Inc.

Clarkdale Historical Society and Museum

Assistance League of Tucson, Inc

Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

College Bound AZ Colten Cowell Foundation

Cancer Support Community Arizona

Community Alliance Against Family Abuse (CAAFA)

Cancer Survivors Circle of Strength of Arizona

Community Extension Programs, Inc.

Daring Adventures David’s Hope Deer Valley Education Foundation Desert Botanical Garden Desert Cove Parent Teacher Organization Desert Foothills Land Trust, Inc. Desert Senita Community Health Center Desert Voices Detour Company Theatre Dignity Health Foundation - East Valley Down Syndrome Network Downtown Radio 99.1 FM (LPFM Downtown Tucson) Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona Duet: Partners In Health & Aging Dysart Community Center

E Eagles Wings of Grace, Int’l. The EAR Foundation of Arizona East Valley Adult Resouces, Inc.

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East Valley Children’s Theatre

Family Promise-Greater Phoenix

Franciscan Renewal Center

Gila Watershed Partnership

Eastside Neighbors Volunteer Program

Fans Across America Charitable Foundation

Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona

Gilbert Education Foundation

Elevate Phoenix

Feeding Matters

Friends of Flagstaff’s Future

Empowerment Systems, Inc.

Flagstaff Master Chorale, Inc

Friends of Saguaro National Park

Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona

Flagstaff Youth Chorale

Equine WellBeing Rescue Inc

Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona

Friends of the Agua Fria National Monument

Esperança, Inc.

The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project (FIRRP)

Esperanza En Escalante Eve’s Place Inc

Foothills Food Bank and Resource Center

Expect More Arizona

Forever Loved Pet Sanctuary

Experience Matters Consortium

Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center

F FACC’s - Friends of Animal Care & Control

Friends of the Phoenix Public Library Furnishing Dignity

Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona GIrls on the Run serving Maricopa & Pinal Counties Gods Vast Resources dba GVRConnect and Tucson Neighborhood Food Pantry

Future for KIDS

Goodwill Industries of Northern Arizona


Greater Tucson Fire Foundation

Gabriel’s Angels GAP Ministries

Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation

Girl Scouts

Genesis Project, INC The Gentry Foundation for Autism

Green Valley Assistance Services, Inc. GreenLight Solutions Foundation Grow Education Outdoors


Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound is a non-profit organization based in Phoenix, Arizona that creates pathways out of poverty for homeless families ready to make a change. We help homeless families by providing them with housing and a program of services that help them get back on their own two feet. Homeward Bound families are provided with affordable housing that is safe and well-maintained. Each family is assigned a case manager, who helps them focus on budgeting, repairing their credit, and getting the resources they need to achieve their goals. Our program also helps families develop basic life skills, including GED tutoring, self-esteem, home maintenance, parenting, and time management. We help 150 homeless families in our community every year, and more than 75 percent of them move on to permanent housing. That’s because, by the time they leave our program, they’ve received housing, job training, life skills, and learned how to budget and save money. You can donate to help our families, volunteer to help provide needed services, or simply learn more by visiting our website at at and liking us on Facebook at Help us break the cycle of poverty today!

Who we are

Local Top Executive: Becky Jackson

Name: Homeward Bound

No. of Years with Firm: 1

Local Office: 2302 W. Colter St.,

Type of Services: Housing Support

Phoenix, AZ 85015

Services, Social Services, Child Care

Phone: (602) 263-7654

Specialties: Transitional Housing, Case


Management, Child Care, Employment

Locations in Metro Phoenix: 1

Services, Program Services

Headquartered: Phoenix

Total Public Support

Year Established Locally: 1990

(Income) in 2016: $6,225,240 ADVERTISING PROFILE


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Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona

ICAN: Positive Programs for Youth

Lead for Good

Handi-Dogs, Inc.

ICM Food & Clothing Bank

HandsOn Greater Phoenix

IMPACT of Southern Arizona

League of Women Voters of Arizona Education Fund

Healing Hearts Animal Sanctuary, Inc.

Impact One Breast Cancer Foundation

Heard Museum

Independence Plus, Inc.

Literacy Volunteers of Coconino County

The Heard Museum

Individual Achievements Association DBA GaitWay

Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County

Interfaith Community Services

Local First Arizona Foundation

International Cancer Advocacy Network

Lost Dogs Arizona

Heart of Tucson Happy Equiine Acres and Therapy Hearth Foundation, Inc. Hearts That Purr Feline Guardians

Literacy Connects

More Than a Bed Mt. Graham Safe House, Inc Musical Instrument Museum

N National Kidney Foundation of Arizona Native American Advancement Foundation Native American Connections Native American Music Fund “Teens For Music”

Lost Our Home Pet Rescue

Native American Outreach Ministries, Inc.

Louie and Friends Foundation

Native Seeds/SEARCH

Help in Healing Home Foundation

International Sonoran Desert Alliance

Helping Families In Need

Irish Cultural and Learning Foundation

Lura Turner Homes, INC

Naturopathic Cancer Society

Henderson-Hughes Health Partners

Ironwood Tree Experience

Neighbors Who Care, Inc.

Heritage Square Foundation

Iskashitaa Refugee Network

Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest

The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter

iTheatre Collaborative

His Love Covers Me Ministries Homeward Bound Hoofbeats with Heart Hope 4 Kids International Hope Women’s Center Inc HopeKids Arizona Hopi Education Endowment Fund The Hopi Foundation Hopi Tewa Women’s Coalition to End Abuse Horses Help Foundation Hospice of the Valley - Phoenix, AZ The House of El Elyon Housing Solutions’ Sharon Manor Program Humane Society of Central Arizona


J Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix Jazz in January, Inc. dba Tucson Jazz Festival Jewish Family & Children’s Service

M Maggie’s Place Make Way for Books Maricopa Health Foundation Marshall Home for Men Matthew’s Crossing Food Bank

Neurofit Networks dba Parkinson Wellness Recovery Neurologic Music Therapy Services of Arizona New Horizons Disability Empowerment Center New Life Center New Pathways for Youth

Jewish Free Loan

Medicare Health Benefits Community Resource Center

JFCS of Southern Arizona

Mental Health Coalition Verde Valley

JLB Project Inc

Mesa Arts Center Foundation

Jobs For Arizona’s Graduates

The METRO Center of Tucson

Junior Achievement of Arizona

MIKID - Mentally Ill Kids In Distress



Mindfulness First

Oasis Sanctuary Foundation, LTD

Miracle League of Arizona

One Step Beyond, Inc.

Mission of Mercy, Inc


Mobile Meals of Tucson

Ophelia’s Place Inc.

Moenkopi Senior Center, Inc.

Our Family Services, Inc.

Keep Phoenix Beautiful Keeping Teachers Teaching, Inc. Kids’ Chance of Arizona Kids in Focus KXCI Community Radio

North Valley Chorale, Inc. Northland Pioneer College Friends and Family Inc notMYkid Nourish

Our Neighbors Farm and Pantry

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Support My Club It is the mission of Support My Club to support students on their path to graduation by engaging communities to fulfill the needs of school clubs and teams. We believe that all students have the opportunity to pursue their hopes, dreams and aspirations through participation in extracurricular activities, and Support My Club does just that. Support My Club achieves this and provides a convenient, specific and efficient way for individuals to support out-of-classroom education to allow students to be properly equipped to pursue their interests; to reduce club sponsor and coach out-of-pocket costs; and to reduce club time spent on fundraising, allowing focus to remain on the original activity. Research says that structured after-school activities work. They work to engage students, keep them in school, and keep them from participating in risky behaviors. Clubs and sports activities need help to provide the inspired minds and innovative ideas of students with the tools to succeed in their missions. That’s where we come in.  We support clubs in all focus areas and encourage all students to get involved with extra-curricular activity to become further engaged and hone skills. Students

learn to collaborate, manage and balance their time, become more financial literate, and gain valuable leadership experience. We are an e-commerce solution where donors can support the needs of high school clubs and sports. Clubs post their specific needs, and donors “shop” for items that speak to them. Items are added to the online cart, donors make a 100-percent-tax deductible purchase, and Support My Club delivers the item directly to the club! For every $100 of value received, the club completes one hour of community service, allowing the receiver to become the giver and the cycle of philanthropy to continue. There is something for everyone. Products range from $2 to thousands of dollars, and items represented from the four A’s: Academics, Athletics, Arts and Activities. We believe that anyone can be a philanthropist, and SMC provides a way for citizens to engage in specific and meaningful philanthropy at a giving level comfortable to them. Now, communities near and far have a way to support the education of extra-curricular activities, where excited and imaginative teens work to make a difference in their own lives and the lives of others.

Who we are Name: Support My Club Local Office: 5070 N. 40th St. Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Phone: (602) 339-8421 Website: Locations in Metro Phoenix: 74 high schools served Headquartered: Phoenix Local Top Executive: Amy Armstrong, CEO & Founder No. of Years with Firm: 5 Year Established Locally: 2012 Type of Services: Youth Services Specialties: Clubs and Teams Total Public Support (Income) in 2015: $401,000


An online registry for equipping High School clubs on their path to graduation







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P Packages From Home Pappas Kids Schoolhouse Foundation Parent Aid Child Abuse Prevention Center, Inc.

Phoenix Day

Positive Paths

Phoenix Film Foundation

Prescott Area Wildland Urban Interface Commission

Phoenix Girls Chorus, Inc. Phoenix Herpetological Society

Parkinson Movement & Disorder Alliance

Phoenix Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee, Inc

People Who Care

Phoenix Public Library Foundation

Pets on Wheels of Scottsdale

Phoenix Rescue Mission

Phoenix Children’s Chorus

Phoenix Revitalization Corporation

Phoenix Center for the Arts

Phoenix Women’s Sports Association

Phoenix Chamber Music Society

Phoenix Zoo-Arizona Center for Nature Conservation

Phoenix Chorale Phoenix Conservatory of Music

Pima Council on Aging

Red Feather Development Group

Prescott Meals On Wheels

Red Means Stop Coalition

Project C.U.R.E.

ResilientMe Inc.

Protecting Arizona’s Family Coalition

Reveille Men’s Chorus

R RAD (Rehabbing and Advocating for Dogs) Rescue The Rag Collection Raising Special Kids Reachout Women’s Center Read Better Be Better

Planned Parenthood Arizona Inc.

Recovery Empowerment Network of Maricopa County

RightCare Foundation River Cities United Way Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern Arizona, Inc. Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation Rosie’s House: A Music Academy for Children Rusty’s Angels Sanctuary


Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy at the time of press; however, we apologize if any Alliance members were missed in putting this list together.

Read Better Be Better

DID YOU KNOW? 84% of Arizona’s low-income 3rd graders are not reading at grade level, making them four times less likely to graduate from high school.

Read Better Be Better (RBBB) is an after-school literacy program that helps children improve their reading skills in order to become better learners. We are the only nonprofit organization that inspires and equips Arizona youth to help us solve this literacy crisis. HOW DOES IT WORK? The program pairs trained 8th grade students with struggling 3rd grade readers. Together, they work through our proven curriculum, followed by fun group activities; all of which are proven to develop literacy skills as a foundation for broader academic success. / readbetterbebetter

WHAT DO THE KIDS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT RBBB? “It helped me learn how to know what I’m reading. I feel better at school when I’m reading.” (Robert, 3rd grade) “Now I’m thinking in the future I might be wanting to teach little kids. I have been reading to my niece and nephew a lot more.” (Crystal, 8th grade) “Now, here at school, I behave a bit different because I have Chris looking up to me as an example.” (Arlon, 8th grade)

Who we are / readbetteraz @readbetteraz

Local Top Executive: Sophie Etchart

Name: Read Better Be Better

No. of Years with Firm: 3

Local Office: 1517 E. Palm Ln,

Year Established Locally: 2014

Phoenix, AZ 85006

Type of Services: Youth Education

Phone: (602) 263-7654

Specialties: Literacy, Education,


Service-Learning, Mentoring

Locations in Metro Phoenix: 13

Total Public Support

Headquartered: Phoenix

(Income) in 2016: $99,630

For more information about the program, or to find out how you can help, please contact Sophie Etchart, Founder & CEO of Read Better Be Better at or (623) 229-7880.



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S The Salvation Army San Miguel High School Sandra Day O’Connor Institute SARSEF: Southern Arizona Research, Science & Engineering Foundation Save the Family Foundation of Arizona Second Chance Center for Animals Sedona Arts Center Inc Seeds of Hope, Inc. Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona Silver Lining Riding Program The Simple Rules Foundation Inc. Sky Island Alliance Smiles Beyond The Bars Sojourner Center Sold No More Sonoran Arts League, Inc. Sonoran Glass School SOSAz Support Our Schools Arizona Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center

Spina Bifida Association of Arizona, Inc St Vincent de Paul St. Joseph the Worker St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance STARS - Changing lives through opportunity Steps of Love Sun Cities 4 Paws Rescue Inc Sun Sounds of Arizona Sunshine Angels Sunshine Rescue Mission Superstiton Mountain Museum Support My Club Susan G. Komen Arizona Sustenance Research Institute Swift Youth Foundation

T Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc.

Watershed Management Group

Unified Arizona Veterans

West Valley Child Crisis Center, Inc.

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Central AZ

West Valley Symphony Association

United Food Bank, Inc.

Western Arizona Community Alliance, an affiliate of WACOG

United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY)

WHEAT (World Hunger Education, Advocacy & Training)

United States Veterans Initiative

Will To Walk Foundation

United Way of Northern Arizona

Willcox Historic Theater Preservation Inc

United Way of Pinal County United Way of Yuma County Unlimited Potential, Inc UPWARD for children and families USA Clydesdale Preservation Foundation

V Valley of the Sun YMCA

World Affairs Council of Arizona World Care

X Xico, Inc.

Y Yavapai Humane Society Yorkie Luv Rescue Inc. Young Artist Society


Theatre Artists Studio

Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Phoenix

Van Norman Foundation DBA Opportunity4Kids

Youth On Their Own

Tovrea Carraro Society

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UMOM New Day Centers, Inc.

Tesseract School

Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center


Waste Not, Inc.

Valley Youth Theatre

Therapeutic Ranch for Animals and Kids (TRAK)

Spay and Neuter Solutions


Tempe Community Action Agency

Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra Association

Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center

Walking Down Ranch, Inc.

Valley Permaculture Alliance

Therapeutic Harp Foundation

Southwest Human Development

Tucson Symphony Orchestra


Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS

Tucson Pops Orchestra

Treasures 4 Teachers Treasures 4 Teachers of Tucson Tu Nidito Children and Family Services Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network, Inc (TIHAN)

Verde River Valley Nature Organization Inc. (VRVNO) Verde Valley Caregivers Coalition Verde Valley Habitat for Humanity Verde Valley Sanctuary Veterans First Ltd. Veterans Heritage Project

Young Arts Arizona Ltd.

Yuma Community Food Bank Yuma Community Theater, Inc. Yuma Conservation Garden Inc YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix Every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy at the time of press; however, we apologize if any Alliance members were missed in putting this list together.

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