Photo: The winner of the “People’s Choice Award”, Sheriff David Rhodes & Carie Hughes Dancing for the Stars is the local Boys & Girls Clubs’ major fundraiser of the year and the event has grown to raise a significant portion of the organization’s operation budget. The event consists of an exciting dance competition in which
Wander the Wild – Live Auction, Wine and Appetizers Outdoors at the Windmill House – September 18, 2022
Wander the Wild is the Highlands Center for Natural History’s signature annual fundraising event. All profits from the auction directly fund youth educational programs which enrich 10,000 children annually and provide scholarships for children and elementary school classes to attend outdoor programs based on exploration and discovery at our site in the Prescott National Forest.
Wine flows and spirits lift as the gardens come alive at Watters Garden Center hosts Prescott Frontier Rotary’s 16th G4G benefit. On September 25, 5–8 pm, the garden center transforms into “A Garden Party,” with all proceeds going directly to Rotary community causes. Grapes-4-Good received an outpouring of support last year, raising more than $95,000.
Fight Like a Cougar Campaign to Benefit Families of Young Cancer Victims – Chino Valley Youth Sports
[Editor’s Note: Two of the Chino Valley athletes are battling cancer this season and the Chino Valley Youth Sports organization is trying to help their families by alleviating some of the financial burdens they are dealing with so that they can focus on recovering and on each other. Here is Kevin’s story.] Local hero and
Scottsdale resident William Acorn had made occasional donations to conservative candidates in the past, but never considered himself an “avid political person.” That changed in 2020, after a flurry of emails from then-President Donald Trump’s campaign begging supporters to “step up and give us the resources” to challenge Democrats’ plans “to count ILLEGAL ballots.” Acorn became one
The Mayors of Chino Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, and Prescott Valley have confirmed their support of the Quad-Cities’ first annual Summer of Giving and Giving Competition with proclamations scheduled for this July and early August. The Summer of Giving starts July 12th and ends on September 22nd. Chino Valley issued its proclamation for the Summer of Giving