Arizona Helping Hands donated thousands of clothing items to Native American Connections, which supports Native communities throughout the Valley.
Full Life Counseling in Surprise is hoping to help kids struggling with uncertainty during the pandemic by getting mindful with art.
A lot of food banks have closed their doors until after Christmas, but there's no rest for workers and volunteers at St. Mary's Food Bank in Phoenix. https://www.firstfoodbank.org
Customers can get a box of Arizona-grown produce - with the same quality of food used in restaurants and in stores - by ordering online with contactless delivery.
Throughout the holiday season, anyone interested in giving back can donate money in exchange for a free class at Hot Yoga University.
It's a quick and easy way to purchase personal protection equipment. We're hearing from a Valley teen who helped place a PPE vending machine at a busy Scottsdale shopping center.
A Phoenix family has taken in 20 foster children and is hoping to inspire others to do the same.
The clients at Circle the City have specific health needs and the chef there is doing what he can to meet them as he prepares a Thanksgiving dinner.
A Valley non-profit gets a really big hand as it re-opens during a pandemic -- and that assistance came from a small business that is struggling -- perhaps one of the best examples you'll see of community supporting community.
A group of Arizonans are coming together to spread some joy - and ice cream - to Valley healthcare workers. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Gigi's Playhouse, a non-profit Down syndrome achievement center in Phoenix, is reopening after being forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. More information at https://gigisplayhouse.org/phoenix
The annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraiser was different this year. Instead of having their usual walk around Tempe Town Lake, people were encouraged to join in on a ride -- and survivors say events like these give them hope.
The GK Legacy Foundation offers scholarships to older Arizonans going through school who may be dealing with tough situations.
Going through a tough situation while still earning a degree? The GK Legacy Foundation can help.
Phoenix-based Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels and Charity Charms are collaborating on a campaign to raise money to support kids going through cancer treatment.
Cross Roads Preschool in Phoenix is asking for the community's support after the pandemic forced them to delay their school year.
A couple of Valley middle schoolers have started a T-shirt business. FOX 10's Anita Roman has the story.
A Valley woman is using quarantine as a time to start a candle-making business - and she's using it to give back in a big way. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
The Phoenix Cancer Support Network has one very important goal - to remove as much of the burden of cancer as possible so patients can focus on getting better. This year, they found a way to put on a gala despite the pandemic.
FOX 10's Steve Nielsen has the details on the event that's happening in San Tan Valley.