Vantage West Credit Union, southern Arizona’s largest credit union, was recently awarded $950,000 from the U.S Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund), fueling its initiative to serve low-income and underserved groups in the community to spur economic development.
Avondale employees generously pledged $111,105 towards the Valley of the Sun United Way, as part of the City’s month-long United Way employee fundraising campaign this year.
Cox Communications presented the Primavera Foundation with a $5,000 donation to further their Community Gardens Program.
Twenty-six area nonprofits will share more than $114,000 in grant money as part of the city of Goodyear's annual Community Fund program.
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The Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign, which collects water to help people in need during the hot summer months, is being extended two additional weeks and will now end Friday, Sept. 28.
The Marana Regional Airport will receive a $4.5 million grant to repair an aircraft parking apron, and a $1 million grant to repair a taxiway.
In honor of surpassing 50,000 users on Nextdoor.com, the City would like to recognize Nextdoor.com Good Neighbors who've made the greatest use of the social networking site in their neighborhoods.
Thanks to the generosity of the community, the Mesa Hydration Donation Campaign has collected thousands of bottles of water to help people in need, including the homeless and unsheltered during the hot summer months.
The City of Avondale's Neighborhood & Family Services Department is asking the community to help support its annual Back to School Backpack Program which provides pre-kindergarten through eighth-grade students with supplies for the upcoming school year.
Residents attending the July 4th Republic Services Arizona Celebration of Freedom this year will have a chance to help thousands of families in the Mesa community who are in need of food through the "Fill the Mesa Parade Fire Truck."
The alliance began when TEP employee Robert Bills was killed by a drunk driver while on the job back in 1993.
Credit Union West, an award-winning financial cooperative, has awarded $5,000 to five graduating high school seniors, as part of its 2018 scholarship program.
The ball recognizes the organization’s tradition of service to military families.
May is Building Safety Awareness Month across the Yuma, and in line with this, permit techs from across Yuma County’s Department of Community Development have been challenged to join a statewide food drive through the “NAIL” hunger program.