Plexus Worldwide rallies Scottsdale businesses to raise funds for children

Plexus raised $10,000 for Phoenix Children’s Hospital. (submitted photo)

Plexus Worldwide, a leading direct-selling health and wellness company focused on health and happiness, has announced its annual walk to benefit Phoenix Children’s Hospital was a success.

Plexus raised $10,000 in donations and raised awareness for PCH’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, according to a press release.

More than 500-people walked 1.2 miles in the Pima Center Business Park in the Step Up with Phoenix Children’s walk on Nov. 9.

(submitted photo)

Participants included employees from the community and six Scottsdale businesses: Plexus, Ross Brown Partners, Firetrace International, Import Genius, Luxury Auto Collection and Ag Junction Inc.

“Phoenix Children’s Hospital is a beacon of hope for so many families experiencing a traumatic life event, we wanted to show our support by raising awareness and donations,” said Tarl Robinson, founder and CEO of Plexus, in a prepared statement.

“Plexus is an on-going partner with PCH and we will continue to support this important community staple through fundraising, volunteering and awareness campaigns.”

The PCH Crews’n Health Mobile and Salt River Police, Fire and EMT units were also on site. Plexus donated 100 percent of the proceeds to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the press release stated.

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