Over $160 million raised for Arizona charities. And Counting.

Thunderbirds

OUR MISSION

Thunderbirds Charities is a non-profit organization formed in 1986 to distribute monies raised through the Waste Management Phoenix Open golf tournament. The Thunderbirds Charities Board consists of 15 board members from varying professional backgrounds. The mission of Thunderbirds Charities is to support organizations that assist children and families, help people in need and improve the quality of life in the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area. The organization’s giving is directed toward organizations based or with a significant presence in Arizona.

Thunderbirds

THUNDERBIRDS CHARITIES 2020 FALL CYCLE IS NOW OPEN.
THIS CYCLE WILL CLOSE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 AT 5:00 PM MST. THANK YOU.

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Thunderbird Charities Continue Their Generous Support for Community Gardens

Keep Phoenix Beautiful is honored to be among many local non-profit organizations that have received support from The Thunderbirds Charities, […] More

Thunderbirds Charities Helps MAM Expand, Expedite Services to Military Families in Need Across Arizona

It’s rare that our military service men and women would ever reach out for help, but when they do, as […] More

Thunderbirds Charities Grants Hope Women’s Center $15,000 for Their “Hope Heals” program

The crisis of worldwide pandemic, social distancing, and financial strain are affecting the mind and emotions. This isn’t just a […] More

Thunderbirds Foster Success for Children in Foster Care

The Arizona Friends of Foster Children Foundation will use these funds to improve the lives of youth in foster care […] More

Human Services Campus Receives $300,000 Thunderbirds Charities Grant for Critical Client Services

Thunderbirds Charities has awarded the Human Services Campus (HSC, Inc.) a $300,000 grant for critical client services to help individuals […] More

Improving Lives Impacted by Pediatric Cancer

There is nothing more frightening for a parent than hearing, “Your child has cancer.” These were the words spoken to […] More