Scottsdale 20-30 provides young adults with an opportunity for personal growth, friendships, and leadership development while improving the quality of life for special needs children in the community.
About Scottsdale 20-30
Scottsdale 20-30 was founded with the single objective of supporting children’s charities. By hosting special events, the Club draws the community together to raise funds for, and to educate our citizens about the financial, medical, and emotional needs of Arizona’s children. Scottsdale 20-30 members come from all professions and walks of life. Scottsdale 20-30 differs from other service organizations in that we not only raise money for children’s charities, but also encourage “hands on” interaction with the children we support. This active participation serves to strengthen our relationships with those we serve, maintains motivation, and produces a high degree of personal satisfaction. As would be expected of a group of young men in their 20’s and 30’s, the members of the Scottsdale 20-30 enjoy many other benefits of the organization.
Members meet once a month for one “formal” meeting at one of several Scottsdale restaurants. The Club also has other non-formal meetings to discuss necessary topics. Some of the Club’s activities include Scottsdale 20-30 Fishing Derby for Children, helping kids at Camp Courage, taking members of the Boys and Girls Clubs to baseball games, donating presents to Toys for Tots 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. Since then the Club has gone on to raise millions of dollars for children’s charities around the valley!