Our goal with these groups, as with everything we do, is to help them help the children of our community. The Scottsdale Active 20-30 has supported many charitable organizations throughout our long history as a service organization. Some of the Club’s activities include the Scottsdale 20/30 Club Fishing Derby for Children, taking members of the Boys and Girls Clubs to baseball games, providing Christmas trees to needy families and refurbishing older homes for underprivileged families.
The Club’s first fundraiser was a raffle held in conjunction with the WTC Tennis Tournament that raised over $10,000 for the Dine Center. More currently, The Club was instrumental in raising over $70,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in 2006 and proceeds of over $200,000 went to children’s charities last year from our Annual NiteFlite and Brokers for Kids events alone!
The boys and girls club offers programs and services to promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence. It is a safe place to learn and grow while having fun.
Boys Hope Girls Hope profoundly impacts the lives of low-income, at-risk, academically capable and motivated children ages 11-18 who come from financially and socially challenged backgrounds. Our goal is to allow kids to achieve their dreams they once though were out of reach.
The Arizona Burn Foundation (formerly Foundation for Burns and Trauma) is dedicated to assisting burn victims and their families become burn survivors through financial and emotional support, and to preventing future burn injuries through community awareness and education.
Scottsdale Leadership strengthens the community by developing, training and empowering dedicated leaders through education, skill development, mentoring, and community trusteeship.
Lions Camp makes a tremendous impact on the people they work with directly and help to provide a camping experience for challenged individuals promoting independence and self-confidence among their peers.
Starlight Children’s Foundation partners with experts to improve the life and health of kids and families around the world.
Ear Candy Music Charity is dedicated to providing youth access to music education by hosting Instrument Drives, Instrument Donations, and Music Programs.
PANDA is an acronym for Program for Assessed Needs in Developmental Areas (P. A. N. D. A.). This program provides preschool intervention services for 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children with special needs who are not yet eligible for kindergarten. The program is designed to facilitate the growth and development of young students with special needs through early intervention.
Helping Hands for Freedom is dedicated to supporting military children and families facing injury, loss and deployment. HHFF aims to improve children’s lives through compassion, honor, mentorship and leadership programs.
POSA was founded in 1998 and is made up of men and women who serve in law enforcement from the City of Scottsdale. The members of the organization are so dedicated to helping the community that in 2005, POSA OUTREACH, a 501c3 non-profit organization was created. Programs benefit all members of the community including youth, parents, seniors, families and local businesses.
Teen Lifelines mission is to provide a safe, confidential and crucial crisis service where teens help teens make healthy decisions. The organization strives to impact the devastating problem of teen suicide in Arizona so that any teen at any time will have knowledge and access to Teen Lifeline, its counselors and services.
The Mission of Sharing Down Syndrome Arizona is to educate and empower, but especially give hope to individuals who have Down syndrome, and their families who love them, so these children may grow up to become independent self-advocates. We promote positive acceptance and understanding and inclusion is embraced by all as we celebrate each life.
To financially and resourcefully support Arizona families who endure financial hardship while experiencing extended illness or injury of their children. Homeowners Financial Care Fund, or HFCF, provides mortgage, rent and housing expense relief, as well as related lifestyle resources during a child’s extended health crisis.
National nonprofit, with a chapter in Arizona, that reduces playground bullying and conflicts and improves school climate through fun, healthy, inclusive games and physical activity.