Piper Trust Gives $6 Million In Grants To Arizona Nonprofits

by on April 2, 2020 0

The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust has responded to the coronavirus crisis with more than $6 million in emergency grants awarded to science, human services and arts and culture nonprofits in Maricopa County. Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute will receive the Piper Trust’s largest grant, with $2 million going to expand its automatic, rapid...

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Local First Arizona Introduces Relief Fund For Small Businesses Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

by on April 1, 2020 0

As Arizona small businesses continue to suffer financial fallout due to the coronavirus pandemic, some much-needed relief has been launched by Local First Arizona. The local economic development organization launched an initiative which seeks to provide immediate financial relief to Arizona’s small businesses, according to a press release. The relief is said to provide...

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Family Promise of Greater Phoenix Shifts Operations, Seeks Donations Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

by on March 31, 2020 0

Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets by providing emergency shelter and basic needs while assisting these families in returning to independence, has had to completely change its operations model amid the coronavirus pandemic. Before the coronavirus pandemic, Family Promise relied on its network...

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COVID-19 Resource Guide 

by on March 25, 2020 0

By Greg Stanton Member of Congress In this time of great uncertainty, I want to ensure you and your family have access to accurate information regarding federal and local COVID-19 resources. My office has compiled a COVID-19 Resource Guide which includes information on the following resources and more: Local COVID-19 testing Medicare coverage Veteran health services  Food...

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Arizona ER Physician Explains Criteria Of Receiving A COVID-19 Test

by on March 20, 2020 0

As the number of coronavirus cases continue to increase in Arizona and across the country, health care facilities and their staffs have to effectively prioritize their time, testing and treatment regarding the infectious disease. Although many Valley residents want to be tested for COVID-19, not everyone qualifies. Frank LoVecchio, an emergency room physician at...

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