The Official Publication of The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

Giving Hope Arizona

Giving Hope Arizona Administrator Giving Hope Magazine

GivingHopeAZ is Arizona’s newest digital magazine dedicated to the nonprofit community. As the official publication of the Alliance for Arizona Nonprofits, GivingHopeAZ aims to build mutually beneficial partnerships between nonprofits and the businesses that support them. The magazine focuses on helping nonprofits with stories of challenges and successes and marketing and fundraising tactics and ideas.

28 articles
  • <span class=headline> Grand Slam! </span><span>Dreams Come True at Miracle League</span>

    Grand Slam! Dreams Come True at Miracle League

    This is no ordinary field of dreams — a specially designed ballpark where those with special needs have no limitations. They can be part of a team and most importantly have fun playing a game many never thought they could.

  • Arizona Gives Day 2016

    Arizona Gives Day 2016

    April 5, 2016 will mark the fourth year of Arizonans investing and rallying behind the nonprofit community for Arizona Gives Day, a day of statewide online giving. Any qualified Arizona nonprofit can register to participate. Check out the 2015 results!

  • Nonprofits Raised Over $2.8 Million On Arizona Gives Day

    Nonprofits Raised Over $2.8 Million On Arizona Gives Day

    This year’s Arizona Gives Day raised a record-breaking $2.84 million for nonprofits across our state – a 38 percent increase over last year. We are seeing an increased interest from the nonprofit sector to participate in this online giving campaign!

  • The 3000 Club: Sharing the Surplus

    The 3000 Club: Sharing the Surplus

    Lon Taylor was aware of the wasted food and that the local food bank was struggling financially just to stay afloat. If just 3,000 supporters donated $100 per year, the food bank would have an operating budget to stay afloat. Thus, the 3000 Club was born.

  • <span class=headline>Vet Tix Gives Back </span><span>Edgy Graphics Help Reach National Audience</span>

    Vet Tix Gives Back Edgy Graphics Help Reach National Audience

    Thanks to its 12-member team, Vet Tix partners with many major sports teams, leagues, promoters, organizations, venues, and ticket holders to provide free and discounted tickets to currently serving military, honorably discharged veterans, and families.

  • ‘Party with a purpose’ can tell your nonprofit’s story in a new way

    ‘Party with a purpose’ can tell your nonprofit’s story in a new way

    We call it Party with a Purpose. The casual get-togethers are usually on a weeknight evening from 7-8 p.m. and we talk about the cause, the need, provide materials and “the ask” is very soft.

  • Q&A: Dr. Lisa Hurst, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club

    Q&A: Dr. Lisa Hurst, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club

    Q&A with Dr. Lisa Hurst, CEO of the Boys & Girls Club - "At the end of the day, this is about kids with amazing potential and our unique ability to help shape their futures through terrific programs and mentorship."

  • Finding and Using Your Voice

    Finding and Using Your Voice

    For nonprofits in Arizona, their volunteers and administrators, each day is filled with a focus on helping the people they serve feel that today and tomorrow will be better than yesterday. Check out these tips on ways to find you voice and how to use it.

  • Something's Cooking at Food Bank Kitchen

    Something's Cooking at Food Bank Kitchen

    Despite the never-ending efforts of the five statewide food banks that collectively serve all 15 Arizona counties (two in Phoenix, and one each in Mesa, Yuma and Tucson), need continues to grow. Discover what you can do to help feed the hungry in Arizona.

  • Turning Tragedy into Triumph: The Lats Legacy Foundation is Formed

    Turning Tragedy into Triumph: The Lats Legacy Foundation is Formed

    "Nothing has made me prouder than to see my children not only keeping their father’s memory alive, but in a way that will help student-athletes continue living the dream Dave did." Hear from Catherine Anaya as she shares the Lats Legacy Foundation story.