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March 24, 2021 45 min

14-year-old social entrepreneur Ashley Nevison is committed to making a difference in her community for both people and animals. As founder and CEO of her own non-profit, Sargeant’s Army, she provides hope throughout Arizona.

Ashely launched Sargeant’s Army in 2018 when she was just in the 8th-grade. Her non-profit focuses on offering hope to those in need, whether it’s through her homemade cat toys and blankets (made from discarde...

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What started as a hobby and relaxing way to unwind and grow her own food soon led former WNBA player, coach and executive to create Project Roots, a Phoenix area nonprofit. Listen in as she shares her journey from curious gardener to community leader on this episode of 3C Amplified.

Be inspired by Bridget Pettis’ love for building community from the ground up and how her experience on the court has led to a passion for leading chan...

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On this episode of 3C Amplified with host Jacqueline Destremps, listeners were introduced to a panel of community leaders to hear their take on why the City of Tempe is a leading example for communities around the country on the importance of collaboration between city, business, and human services leaders to create a community of inclusive, compassion and diversity.

Founded in 1972, Tempe Community Council (TCC) is a community-bas...

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With an average of more than $1000 annually coming from their own pockets, educators are struggling to get their students the basic supplies they need to be successful learners. Treasures 4 Teachers (T4T) has found a way to support educators with those needs by collaborating with community businesses, other non-profit agencies, and individual donors to collect new and re-usable resources and make them available for low or no cost t...

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As a sector, animal welfare is changing rapidly and the Arizona Humane Society (AHS) is leading the movement as Arizona’s premiere animal welfare organization. Community-wide, euthanasia is down a whopping 86 percent and the number of pets saved and rehabilitated is at an all-time high thanks to AHS and its strategic collaborations with other organizations.

AHS serves as the safety net for the community’s most vulnerabl...

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Waste Not is creating sustainable food systems that help people and the planet flourish. They do this by eliminating food waste and hunger through innovative community partnerships. A great deal of time, money, and resources go into growing and delivering nutritious food. Yet, each year, 40% of that food is thrown away.

At the same time, nearly 1 million people in Arizona are struggling with food insecurity. Waste Not i...

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Mary Hall of CultureWise Consulting and Kay McDonald with Charity Charms teamed up to create The Key to Strength cause marketing campaign.   Designed to support nonprofits that continue to serve our communities during the COVID-19 crisis, this unique approach will allow nonprofits to benefit from increased awareness about their mission, up to $20,000 in funding through the social media campaign, donors receive a commemo...

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The PHX Sampler was created April 20th in an effort to introduce customers to local food and craft vendors they may not yet know by curating ‘sampler’ deliveries. Due to the changes being faced in the current marketplace, they want to ensure shoppers still have access to new and innovative local small businesses.

Some of their vendor partners can be found at valley farmers markets, select grocery stores, restaurants, vi...

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Detective Aaron Raine started with the Mesa Police Department in July 2006. He trained as a CIT (Crisis Intervention Team) in 2008. He attended the FBI Crisis/Hostage Negotiator School and SWAT 2011.

Since 2011 he has been a Crisis/Hostage Negotiator in the Mesa PD SWAT team as a collateral duty. Detective Raine has been on over 220 SWAT/CRISIS operations as a crisis negotiator. During most of that same time, he was also a tact...

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The Arizona Community Foundation is Arizona’s largest statewide grantmaker and private provider of college scholarships. The foundation is comprised of thousands of funds created by generous Arizonans during their lifetimes and or through their estate plans.

Since its inception in 1978, ACF and its affiliates have invested over $783 million into the community.

Kimberly Kur is Senior Vice President, Planned Giving & Advancement...

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The Mission of Arizona Humane Society is to save the most vulnerable animals and enrich the lives of pets and people.

Their lifesaving programs, including the Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital™, Mutternity Suites, Kitten Nursery, Bottle Baby Kitten ICU and Parvo Puppy ICU save the lives of pets routinely euthanized in shelters. AHS’ comprehensive medical, behavioral rehabilitation, surrender intervention and spay/neuter initiati...

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100+ Women Who Care Valley of the Sun is an Arizona giving circle of women who love to GIVE. The Valley of the Sun chapter and its giving circles are run by an Executive Committee of big-hearted volunteers along with the assistance of some very generous sponsors. 100% of their members’ donations go directly to the local charities selected at their quarterly giving circles. The goal of the group is to support the wonderful work ...

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Brenda Puga is the Development and CR Manager for Special Olympics Arizona.

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with t...

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Mary Hall’s professional experience includes being the co-founder of a national credit counseling and debt-management company that grew from a few family members to over 500 employees who served over a million clients struggling with consumer debt. Serving as the COO, Mary spearheaded Culture Development Programs that lead to four Best Place to Work Awards, three BBB Ethics Awards and two Presidential Points of Light aw...

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For Goodness Cakes is a Non Profit started in CA by Jaime Lehman to partner agency’s with volunteer bakers to bake and delivery home made birthday cakes to foster and underserved children.

Leslie Nilsen is a 20 year self employed Mortgage Broker. She has lived in Arizona since 1990.

In 2018 Leslie had a client moving from California who was adamant about purchasing a home in Arizona with a gourmet kitchen. When Leslie ...

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August 15, 2019 43 min

Teen Strong is an organization that was formed for the sole purpose of creating the website www.teenstrongaz.com. The website is a place for teen girls in AZ to go to find information and resources to support their physical and emotional health & well-being. 

Components of the website include Trending Articles, Resource Directory, Q & A with Health & Wellness Team, Money Matters, Essential Job Skills, and Animated Video...

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Virtuous is the Nonprofit Marketing, CRM and Email software helping charities grow giving and build better relationships with donors. Virtuous empowers modern nonprofits to create personalized donor experiences and dramatically grow giving by better understanding each donor individually. 

Nonprofit brands like Teen Challenge, Habitat for Humanity, American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, Harvard Kennedy School and C...

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June 27, 2019 44 min
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The Phoenix chapter of Girls in Tech (GIT), a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education, and empowerment of women in technology and entrepreneurship. Our goal is to promote the growth and success of entrepreneurial and innovative women in the technology space. 

Girls in Tech was born out of a need to provide a place for women to cultivate ideas around their careers and business concepts involving technology...

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AZPetVet is a family of 21 animal hospitals united with one vision: to provide the best comprehensive care for their highly valued patients and their pet parents. They provide complete veterinary care, from routine wellness and preventative care exams, vaccinations, spays and neuters, to treatments for dental care, illness, surgery, and advanced care such as acupuncture, stem cell therapy, chemotherapy and more.

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Want to cultivate engaged volunteers and donors? The theme of today’s show was marketing to and engaging your nonprofits most important people, volunteers and donors! By personalizing your organization’s message you’re showing your volunteers, clients and donors that you care about their contributions and want to engage them in your organization. Engaged donors and volunteers give more of their money and time.

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