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STEM Educational Program for K-12
by Mary Jones
Our project is developed to promote & meet the needs of children/youth leadership and employment skills in the STEM field for individuals with disabilities. Your donation would be used to support the community & students with learning supplies. Supplies include Wiki stick STEM packs, STEM books, table/chairs, classroom keepers/ activity trays, engineering design, process journal, engineering design process mats, group materials, paper arts, craft sticks, power clix building sets, Chalk boards, computers, & stick-A-Round materials. Our goal is to reach $ 100,000 donor contacts, intend to purchase with the money received. Giving opens the way for receiving.
Goal: $100,000.00
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Campaign for Undeserved Minorities Women & Girls
Raising money for May 25, 2019 event for k-12 STEM students. The primary focus on this fundraising campaign is increasing diversity on both women and minorities girls in the STEM field, fueled by a chilling sentiment among students at young ages that believes science, technology, & Math is not for me. All money will go towards books, informal education, such as camps & after-school STEM programs, STEM equipment & curriculum activities. With the help of your donations, will ensure that disadvantaged students graduate, enter college, & have access to future jobs & competitive pay. Giving opens the way for receiving.
Goal: $5,000.00
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Pennies from Heaven

I am asking once again for your help. Imagine needing a service dog for your daily functional ability to live on your own and not depend on other people for help all the time, not living in fear of the "what ifs" and so much more. Now imagine needing this animals but living on an income so little that your rent takes most of your income...This fund is to help those people get those animals and train them with us or an affiliate at little or no cost to them. We need to rebuild this fund and every little amount you can offer, we are eternally grateful for. Please help

We are asking that individuals consider donating "loose change" through a simple donation for rebuilding our scholarship fund which is utilized to help individuals with the cost of their service dogs training expenses, A simple donation of $5.00 per person would aid in rebuilding this fund,
We have created the Suzanne J. Perry scholarship fund in honor of our founding member and staff. Sue who always went above and beyond to help others, even offering the clothes off her back if she felt others needed it more. Sue and Kelley created this fund to help members who could not afford all necessary supplies or equipment for training. The fund allows for the discounts offered to members on training and other fees. Sue passed on 6/6/2016 and this fund is her legacy "to always help others who need it or were less fortunate. If you would like to donate…you can visit our webpage and click the donation link or send a check to Rainbow Service Dogs Inc, with the Suzanne J. Perry Fund written in the notes on check

Goal: $3,000.00
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Give a Veteran a Service Dog
We are currently working with some labradoodles and other pups training them to work with issues that many of our veterans are dealing with. Some issues such as PTSD, mobility due to injuries, other mental health and medical issues. The dogs would be trained to deal with the issues to veteran present with. We currently have two veterans waiting for a dog that live on limited funds. Our goal is to provide a dog that is trained, vaccinated, spayed or Neutered, harness or collar and leash, and the first months food for the dogs. One dog has been placed with a veteran and is doing very well. We will be looking to place more and will still be raising funds to do so
Goal: $8,000.00
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AZ Phil Chamber Music Series
by Kimberly Sullivan
Help us provide chamber music to Prescott, lifelong learning, and high school students

Arizona Philharmonic is launching a chamber music series, Each concert is designed to engage the audience with fabulous music and personal stories from the musicians about their art. The series highlights groups that use Arizona Philharmonic musicians.

Tied in with each concert are OLLI classes for folks 50 years or older and student lunch concerts at Prescott High School.
Goal: $2,000.00
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Youth Composing for Orchestra
by Henry Flurry
Help Arizona Philharmonic introduce area youth to composing for orchestra.

In today's American culture, many people do not see themselves as musicians, let alone composers. Arizona Philharmonic's Constellation to Composition project is a collaboration with Prescott's Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium that puts into the hands of Prescott youth students the power of composition and the thrill of collaboration toward a common artistic goal.

AZ Phil's goal is to engage 320 youth from Prescott Unified School District, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club, and Boys to Men in this opportunity to compose in small groups with real-time feedback of their orchestral scores. A number of these works will be performed by Arizona Philharmonic in May 2020.

Imagine the thrill of writing music that sounds like it is from a movie!
Goal: $5,000.00
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Flamenco Concerto Soloists
by Maria Flurry
¡Ole! Help bring flamenco couple Chris and Lena Jacome to Prescott for their performance with Arizona Philharmonic.

Chris Jacome is an award winning flamenco guitarist, composer, and recording artist based in Phoenix. He and his wife perform both across the United States and in Spain, where Chris received his flamenco training.

Chris Jacome worked with Henry Flurry to compose Impulso: Symphonic Dances for Marimba, Flamenco Guitar, and Dancer. This four-movement work was premiered in St. Louis, performed in Phoenix, but never performed in Prescott nor with a professional orchestra. The footwork and palmas of Lena are written as a percussion instrument in the concerto. The choreography of Lena's dances is by Lena, who was classically trained in modern dance before studying Flamenco. Marimbist Maria Flurry joins Chris and Lena as concerto soloist.

The story of the concerto is an arc of discovery, oppression, romance, and celebration of art. The composers drew much of their inspiration from the rich history of the flamenco artists of Spain. The excitement of the work has led each of the audiences to standing ovations.
Goal: $2,500.00
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Building expansion
by Brittney Berg
The Arc is looking to expand the facility to take on a greater number of members and programs to better serve the community.
Goal: $35,000.00
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