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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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Help MJ Support Ronald McDonald House
by Kasen Bartels
MJ Insurance is dedicated to inspiring the success, fulfillment, and wellbeing of each person we serve. This includes giving back to the communities where we live and work as well as supporting local organizations that are making a positive difference. For the past year, we have been donating our time and money to Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) and want to continue that service. Ronald McDonald House is a welcoming "home-away-from-home" for families with children facing medical challenges, providing an atmosphere of comfort, hope and courage.

Join us for AZ Gives Day by donating to RMHC so that they can continue their vision of keeping families together and close to the care and resources they need while a loved one is undergoing medical treatment.
Goal: $500.00
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Help Support Biodiversity, Community Gardens and Other Projects
by Lissa Marinaro
I want to not only support, but also spread the word about all of the awesome work done by Native Seeds/SEARCH. They work with partner growers/farmers, schools, and Native American farmers and individuals to help conserve the biodiversity of agricultural seeds in the Southwest. Their seeds bank has almost 2,000 varieties of crops adapted to arid landscapes - extending from southern Colorado to central Mexico! They also have an online and retail store that supports over 300 local and regional vendors. And I'm totally hooked on the Salty Senorita Chocolate that they carry from Carolina's Chocolate.
Goal: $500.00
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Helping the Kids!
by Deanna Schlagenhaft
Help me raise money for Fountain Hills Theater's Youth Performing Arts Program! Children of all ages and backgrounds benefit from participating in the performing arts. They learn self-confidence, boost their self-esteem, gain skills in public speaking and learn how to work as a team. They perform better in school, develop courage and learn how to put themselves out-there, knowing that sometimes they'll be cast and sometimes they won't. I love the personal growth and character development that occur when children participate in the performing arts. Help me help the kids :)
Goal: $1,000.00
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#FiveTooMany
Each day, it is estimated that more than 5 children die as a result of child abuse, and child abuse is reported on average every 10 seconds - that's over 3 million reports per year.

Support Childhelp's lifesaving programs by making a onetime donation or by becoming a monthly Childhelper to address the Five Too Many lives lost every day as a result of child abuse. Your gift will ensure that Childhelp services will continue to reach those in need.

Childhelp is a registered non-profit under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Click here to read more about Childhelp's official status and financials. International donations are accepted but tax implications of any such donations are governed by the laws of the country from which the donation originated. Childhelp makes no warranties or guarantees regarding the deductibility of international donations. TAX ID NUMBER 95-2884608

Goal: $55,555.00
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Support Lowell Observatory
by Rachel Edelstein
Please join me in supporting Lowell Observatory on Arizona Gives Day!
Goal: $400.00
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Family Advocate
by Kimberly Montoya
Hi, my name is Kimberly Montoya and I am honored to be working as a Family Advocate at New Life Center! Just a couple of facts to share 1 in 3 women experience sexual assault or domestic violence at some point in their lives. Also , 1 IN 6 MEN experience sexual abuse before the age of 18. 65% OF VICTIMS who come forward say no one helped them. Silence and lack of knowledge about domestic violence and sexual assault play a large part in why they persist. Simply wanting to help is a huge step toward ending the shame and stigma that survivors are burdened with. Help us make a difference with a small donation toward our organization! Anything helps! Thank you!
Goal: $1,000.00
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Case Manager
by Jacqueline Ochoa Arroyo
On February 2018 I became a part of the New Life Center family. It was then when I began to learn about survivors of domestic violence and I became familiar with the trauma experience by a variety of individual and the ways in which they are affected everyday as a result of it. I also began to see survivors take back control over their lives and blossom into their best self, achieving things they always dreamed of doing. With time to heal and with the resources available, survivors are able to do great things for themselves, their families, and the community. While there are many success stories, not every single of one of them is the same. NLC provides a variety of services , some of which include providing three meals a day along with snacks, clothing, basic need items, help with housing, transportation, referrals to counseling services, and more. Due to the high need of these resources, NLC is always in need of donations. By donating to this campaign you will help us be able to continue providing these resources and more! NLC also has a children's program which is centered on helping kids overcome trauma. The center offers them fun activities as well as curriculum centered on social emotional learning. With this curriculum, children learn to become more aware of their own emotional and the way they interact with others and they are also able to learn about other's emotions and how to deal with them.
The center is also supported by amazing volunteers which devote their time to helping in a variety of ways. Some volunteers sit with the children and do homework, others assist in groups and teach yoga and meditation, and we even get some help serving amazing dishes and fun treats! Thanks to all of the people who are a part of NLC we are able to provide support and resources to those in our community.

We strongly encourage you to donate to this campaign so that we can continue to provide for those who are in such need. Your contributions help tremendously! Remember, Arizona Gives day is April 2nd! If you are unable to donate please share my link with friends and family so that we can get closer to reaching our goal!
Thank you!
Goal: $3,000.00
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Hound Love
by Jeff Hawks
This campaign is dedicated in memory to my beautiful Bea. Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption has been able to rehabilitate injured or ill greyhounds and taken in many hounds who suffered career ending injuries or illnesses that required exceptional veterinary care. These hounds now enjoy retirement in their forever homes. Bea was one of those hounds.
Goal: $1,000.00
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Pennies from Heaven
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.
Goal: $8,000.00
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Lifejackets
by Traci Tenkely
Lifejackets save lives - but only if you wear them! The Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona supports the Arizona Game & Fish Department & Ryan Thomas Foundation Lifejacket Loaner stations, provides lifejackets for local swim lesson providers and through outreach programs. Donate directly to the purchase of a lifejacket.
Goal: $2,000.00
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Swim Lessons
by Traci Tenkely
Learning to swim is one of the most important layers of protection when it comes to keeping your family safe around water. Funds raised go directly to fund swim lesson opportunities across Arizona.
Goal: $2,000.00
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30 Years of Water Safety
by Traci Tenkely
The Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona is celebrating 30 years of water safety efforts. Donate $30 and support another 30 years of outreach, education materials, and scholarship opportunities to support statewide drowning prevention efforts.
Goal: $2,000.00
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Jennifer's TACO Team fundraiser
by Jennifer Reeve
When I started the TACO Team I wanted to organize us heathens to help other charities in Tucson. Now I hope we can grow from that to actually helping our atheist family in Southern Arizona. Churches provide community and many support services from child care during meetings to after-school programs to food and clothing assistance, to dinner services, and all sorts of things. I want to get to a point where we can provide those things to people in the Tucson Community without requiring people to listen to proselytizing. We will be there to help not convert. But if it helps the reputation of Atheists as just as good and charitable as religious folk, all the better. Please help me on the road to this with whatever donation you can afford. - Thank you!
Goal: $200.00
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