The Official Publication of The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits

  • Arizona Gives Day 2016
    02.22.17

    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!

  • ‘Party with a purpose’ can tell your nonprofit’s story in a new way
    12.22.16

    ‘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.

  • Finding and Using Your Voice
    06.22.16

    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.

  • Conquering Stage Fright: Get the Butterflies to Fly In Formation
    06.22.16

    Conquering Stage Fright: Get the Butterflies to Fly In Formation

    If public speaking scares you, you’re not alone. Stage fright is a normal human response to stress. It’s part of the “fight or flight” response. This pumping adrenaline can actually help your presentation if you can channel it - we're here to help!

  • TED Teaches Us It's Not Only What You Say
    04.22.16

    TED Teaches Us It's Not Only What You Say

    Just about all TED talks are informative, but why do only some of them go viral with millions of views? Vanessa Van Edwards, owner of a company called Science of the People, wanted to find out. She polled 760 volunteers, asking them to rate hundreds of ho

  • Phoenix Suns Gorilla
    02.22.16

    Phoenix Suns Gorilla

    I participate in an average of 350 appearances a season. Last season, I made a whopping 485 community-based appearances! That’s not including our 44 home games. I’m one busy ape!

  • Do's and Don'ts for TV Interview
    02.22.16

    Do's and Don'ts for TV Interview

    “Being on television” used to mean that a camera crew would come to your location to interview you, or that you would go down to the studio to appear on one of the local channel’s programs. Today, the definition of “being on TV” is much more than that.