Dan Shufelt Retires from Arizona Helping Hands

Photo: Arizona Helping Hands warehouse, which supplies foster children and families with needed supplies. Arizona Helping Hands board of directors has announced that Dan Shufelt, president and CEO, will be retiring after seven years of leading the organization. “It’s time to move on to another phase in my life, taking pride in all that has…


Philanthropist. It’s not a big word. It’s YOU!

By Gail Baer When we consider the word “philanthropist,” we often picture someone older with extreme financial wealth. Although this is certainly one type of philanthropist, the truth is…anyone can be a philanthropist because we all have the ability to care about and give something of ourselves to others. The word “philanthropy” comes from the Greek word…


The Ventilator To Africa Project

If you could save a life would you do it? If you had the opportunity would you take it? A group of individuals, including David Saltzman (brother of AZJL publisher Cindy Saltzman) started a 5013C called Breath of Life Africa, to do just that. The Breath of Life Africa aims to deliver life-saving innovations where…


Arizona Gives Day Starts at 12:01 am on Tuesday, April 6

  Early Giving Already Generated Nearly $843,000 in Donations WHAT 9thannual Arizona Gives Day 24-hour online fundraising event begins at 12:01 a.m., Tuesday, April 6. 1,043 Arizona nonprofits are registered. Early Giving, which began March 16, has already generated more than $630,000 in donations from almost 4,700 donors. Last year’s Arizona Gives Day raised a…


Passover Food Drive

For more than 30 years, the Bureau of Jewish Education has spearheaded the annual Passover Food Drive. This year’s drive is a collaboration between the BJE and community organizations such as Jewish Family & Children’s Service, Ezras Cholim and Jewish Free Loan. Each year, approximately 220 families receive these Passover basics as well as a…

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