The nonprofit, dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs with ideas for social change, moved to a newly renovated commercial suite in the Warehouse District.
The new 40,000 square foot building will include a new family resource center and shelter and an expansion of their medical and dental clinics.
The new “Giving Tuesday” initiative will let customers vote for their favorite non-profit organizations with any purchase at their Roosevelt Row location.
Library customers can pay overdue fees and help restock Valley food banks during Phoenix Public Library’s annual “Food for Fines,” April 8-22.
Homeschoolers receive Junior Master Gardener certification and harvest knowledge of food at St. Vincent de Paul urban farm in South Phoenix.
The Arizona Capitol Museum and Guild (AZCM) will offer free, special tours of the capitol and grounds on Saturdays in March and April at 10:30 a.m.
Phoenix City Council approved a contract for Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center to open a Beneficial Beans Cafe at Burton Barr Central Library.
Geared for adults with autism and different abilities, the property combines apartments, a residential training program and a national leadership institute.
Several central Phoenix-based organizations are leading the charge to create resources for adults with autism, from education to independent living.
Arizona Gives Day is a grassroots, statewide single day of giving that invites Arizonans to find their favorite causes at azgives.org on April 5, 2016