All tickets are non-refundable.
All tickets are non-refundable.
Arizona Helping Hands is a non-profit organization providing basic needs for boys and girls in foster care. Their primary focus is providing a new bed and/or crib to the more than 17,000 children in foster care. So far in 2017, Arizona Helping Hands has provided more than 2,200 beds and cribs to kids. Additionally they provide diapers, wipes, clothing, toiletries, birthday gifts, holiday toys, the licensing safety requirement items for families to pass their home inspection to become licensed foster families and much more.
AHH operates with less than a 5% overhead! Arizona Helping Hands was formed in 1998 by Paul and Kathy Donaldson under a simple premise – “Do One Good Deed a Day and Don’t Take Credit for it”. Please help them #StandUp for boys and girls in foster care and join team red!
United Blood Services is a nonprofit community blood center, providing blood and blood products for local area hospitals throughout the United States. They exist to make a difference in people’s lives by bringing together the best people, inspiring individuals to donate blood, producing a safe and ample blood supply, advancing cutting-edge research and embracing continuous quality improvement.
Founded in 1943 as the Salt River Valley Blood Bank in Phoenix, Arizona, today United Blood Services community blood centers across the country provide blood, blood components and special services for patients in more than 500 hospitals in 18 states, from California to the Gulf Coast, from the “Tip o’ Texas” to the Canadian border.
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Phoenix is to inspire and enable youth ages 6 to 18 to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. Everyday, the Boys & Girls Club provides after-school, teen, sports and summer programs to youth in the Phoenix area while also providing a safe place for children to learn and grow. The Clubs now serve Phoenix youth at several locations across metropolitan area.
The mission of the Arizona Humane Society is that every pet deserves a good life and they are here to help provide that. With a vision to end animal suffering, they rescue, heal, adopt and advocate for sick, injured and abused animals. Help them end animal suffering, homelessness and needless euthanasia through their innovation, compassion, and excellence in care.
Through the Tillman Scholars program, the Pat Tillman Foundation is building the leading fellowship program for military veterans and spouses. Founded in 2008, the program supports active-duty service members, veterans and their spouses with academic scholarships, a national network and professional development opportunities, so they are empowered to make an impact at home and around the world.
Tillman Scholars are selected for their high potential for impact as demonstrated through a proven track record, the pursuit of education and commitment of their resources to service beyond themselves. To learn more about the impact of the Tillman Scholars, visit PatTillmanFoundation.org
For almost 50 years, the 100 Club has provided assistance to statewide public safety agencies, officers, firefighters, EMT/Paramedics, and their families. The 100 Club supports all city, county, state, federal and tribal public safety agencies, fire services, probation, corrections, parole and law enforcement departments who provide for the safety of the citizens of Arizona.
Benefits and support are also extended to officers and firefighters who are called to active duty military while still employed by a qualified public safety agency. As a 501(c)(3), the 100 Club of Arizona is dedicated to standing behind the men and women who stand behind the badge.