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    Thunderbirds Charities Donates to K2 Adventures Foundation Programs

Thunderbirds Charities Donates to K2 Adventures Foundation Programs

K2 Adventures Foundation would like to thank Thunderbirds Charities for their generous donation to our organization’s local programs. Our local Arizona programs would not be possible without the donations of local charities such as Thunderbirds Charities.

Esperanҫa Announces Thunderbirds Charities Grant

Esperanҫa is proud to announce a $25,000 grant from Thunderbirds Charities, the charitable giving arm of the Thunderbirds – hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open presented by Ak-Chin Indian Community, in support of its Health Literacy Programs for At-Risk, Low-Income Latino Children and Adults.

Thunderbirds Charities Funds Victim’s Services Program

Every 22 minutes someone becomes the victim of a violent crime in Arizona. When victims do not have the opportunity to get help, many turn to substances or struggle with overwhelming feelings and suicidal thoughts.
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    MIM Receives Generous $50,000 Grant from Thunderbirds Charities

MIM Receives Generous $50,000 Grant from Thunderbirds Charities

Thunderbirds Charities, the charitable giving arm of the Thunderbirds, hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open presented by Ak-Chin Indian Community, recently awarded $50,000 to the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM).
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    About Care’s Expansion into Queen Creek Seeking Volunteers & Donors

About Care’s Expansion into Queen Creek Seeking Volunteers & Donors

The Board of Directors for About Care, an East Valley-based 501(c) (3) not-for-profit organization, are please to announce that the Thunderbirds Charities granted $25,000 to help About Care will be expanding its volunteer services to rural areas in the South East Valley.

Thunderbirds Donate $200,000 to Child Crisis Arizona

Thunderbirds Charities recently donated $200,000 to Child Crisis Arizona – an organization dedicated to providing Arizona children a safe environment free from abuse and neglect. The funds will be used to renovate two Head-Start Classrooms and a playground which will allow Child Crisis Arizona to serve 40 additional children in their program.