For a second year, online giving to nonprofits grew by double digits in 2013 as more Americans embrace it. Yet, despite the growth in mobile devices such as smartphones and tables, most charitable groups do not have mobile-friendly donation websites. Read more at Online Giving Grows but Nonprofits Fail at Mobile.
Shyann would have been 16 this month. The nonprofit named for her is making the world a better place. Shyann Rosati would be 16 this month but for the fact that her life was far too short. This month, the organization that teaches kindness to Tucson children is asking for your Sweet $16 gift. Would […]
Tucson nonprofit provides music lessons to underserved children The Symphony Women’s Association is having an Estate Sale this Friday and Saturday. Featured are items from their quaint Treasure Shop as well as donations from members with a focus on furniture and household accessories. This unique, volunteer run organization has been around for 60 years. For […]
Opportunity for volunteers to raise cash for your organization Pinnacle Concessions is offering local nonprofits an opportunity to raise cash for your organization by manning concession stands during the 2013 baseball season at Hi Corbett Field. Click on the image below to download a PDF version of the offer.
Are you looking to showcase your athletic side? Are you are getting ready for a full Triathlon or Duathlon? The Shyann Kindness Project “Tri” for Acts of Kindness is for you! Their 3rd Annual Sprint Triathlon/Duathlon is the perfect opportunity for either first timers or more experienced athletes to train and participate in a relaxed sports event […]
Desert Survivors has been providing services to the developmentally disabled community in Pima County for the past 30 years. It’s small staff oversees groups of special needs adults working in the organization’s nursery on Starr Pass Road, and in the community as contract landscape crews. Desert Survivors also provides early intervention services to families of […]
The Be Big Community Contest offers a $5,000 grand prize and (5) $1,000 first prizes to fund winning ideas that benefit the community and espouse the virtues of the Be Big program. The contest is sponsored by Scholastic and the HandsOn Network. Past winners have included projects involving women’s shelters, veterans care, and lots of […]