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Charity in virtual reality: Habitat for Humanity, Az law firm fundraise in metaverse

Habitat for Humanity Central Arizona teamed up with a Scottsdale law firm to hold a charity event in the metaverse - which they say is the first of its kind - to create more affordable housing and expose Arizonans to the metaverse and NFTs.... Read more»

Bannon associates plead not guilty to border wall charity scam

Pleading not guilty Monday at a virtual arraignment, three leaders of the embattled charity We Build the Wall followed the lead of fellow defendant Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist.... Read more»

8 ways to teach kids to manage money as coronavirus keeps families at home

With Arizona schools closed indefinitely, children have plenty of time on their hands – and parents are looking for teachable moments. One subject that’s not taught in most schools is money and how to earn it, spend it, share it and save it.... Read more»

Organizers out to Paint Phoenix Purple to combat domestic violence

To mark Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, organizers of Paint Phoenix Purple are out to raise awareness about the problem wherever people may need the information. All in shades of purple, the color adopted by advocates of domestic violence victims.... Read more»

Phoenix charities get middling scores on national ranking of nonprofits

Charities in the Phoenix area ranked 23rd among the nation’s 30 major metro areas for financial performance, accountability and transparency in 2013, according to a recent report. ... Read more»

IRS strips tax-exempt status from 4,000 Arizona nonprofits

More than 4,000 Arizona nonprofits were stripped of their tax-exempt status this week by the Internal Revenue Service, as the agency purged its rolls of more than 275,000 organizations nationwide that failed to keep their tax-exempt status up to date.... Read more»


Twitter-sourced '#quakebook' created in one week for Japan relief

A British resident of Japan has conceived and led the publication of a book aimed at telling the stories of Japanese earthquake and tsunami victims, and raising relief funds.... Read more»


Non-Christians need not apply at World Vision

The nonprofit World Vision prefers to hire only Christians, even as it receives hundreds of millions in federal funds. Should taxpayers foot the bill for religious groups?... Read more»1