Stories tagged: "nonprofits"

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 05: Taylor Swift attends the 65th GRAMMY Awards on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)
No ‘Anti-Hero’: Taylor Swift Makes ‘Generous’ Donation to Arizona Food Bank Network

Taylor Swift’s donation will help deliver fresh, healthy produce to local food banks across Arizona.

Election Deniers Upset That Nonprofits Legally Registered Arizonans To Vote

The presenter falsely claimed that organizations like Chicanos Por La Causa could register “multiple registrations on the same voter" and could change a voter's registration information, such as party affiliation.

Sabrae Hughes outside of Newsom Village on Feb. 8, 2023. (photo by Jessica Swarner)
Pregnant Phoenix Mom Finds Safe Home in UMOM’s New Affordable Housing Complex

The new UMOM complex, called Newsom Village, offers 60 units for families at or below 60% of the Phoenix area’s median income. 

Diana Yazzie Devine, CEO of Native American Connections, right, introduces Michael Lafitte, director of HomeBase Surprise, at the grand opening of HomeBase Surprise on Feb. 2, 2023. (Photo by Logan Camden/Cronkite News)
HomeBase Surprise Tackles Rising Homeless Youth Population in Arizona

Expanding its reach beyond Phoenix, Native American Connections has opened a second transitional housing facility and program for homeless youth in Surprise.

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16 Arizona Nonprofits to Support This Holiday Season

If you’re searching for organizations that could use your help, we’ve rounded up 16 Valley-based nonprofits that are working to make their communities a better place.

Kendahl Lock of Phoenix posing with toys she purchased for her 2022 Toys for Tots Drive (Photo courtesy of Kendahl Lock)
Phoenix Woman Raises Over $10,000 for Toys for Tots

Kendahl Lock's annual toy drive has become the largest personal donation Toys for Tots receives, bringing in over 700 toys during the holiday season.

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‘There Is More to It:’ Shelter Worker on Phoenix’s Growing Tent City

More than 600 people stay in downtown Phoenix's homeless shelter every night—and hundreds more sleep in tents on the streets surrounding the shelter.