Camelot Therapeutic Horsemanship give all a chance to ride into the sunset

The American cowboy of the wild west is a fantasy few of us can resist. And, the community has positioned itself as “The West’s Most Western [...] Continue Reading →

Phoenix Theatre expands Partners That Heal effort into Scottsdale

There are few universal truths we, as humans, understand during our time on planet Earth: the empathy felt for a sick child is one of those [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Aquatic Club expands opportunities, reach into southern demographic

The Scottsdale Aquatic Club is looking to bring new experiences to those who might not otherwise glean the sense of freedom one experiences when [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros promise dollars to help struggling families become whole again

On any night in Maricopa County more than 5,000 people experience the phenomena of homelessness. That number is often a surprise, outreach [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale outreach efforts beneficiary of local philanthropic group

There isn’t a single nonprofit operating in Scottsdale that does not exist without help from the outside community. Efforts like the Boys & [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros start CHAPS tax credit program

Many say that knowledge is power and what you do with that knowledge helps you shape the world around you. The Scottsdale Charros agree. The [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros present $25K to Supai Middle School

The Scottsdale Charros presented Supai Middle School staff, faculty and students with $25,000 for two education grants from The Charro [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros seek local nonprofit grant applications

The success of countless outreach organizations hinges upon its ability to attain private dollars typically gleaned from corporations, private [...] Continue Reading →