1) Breast Cancer Society: A Night of Miracles

Enjoy the Motown sound of the Miracles, at the Night of Miracles on May 4th at Comerica Theater. Proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Society’s free programs for patients and their families. More info is at www.breastcancersociety.org.

2) Arizona Broadcasters Association: AZ AMBER Alert Golf Classic

Register today for the Arizona Broadcasters Association’s AZ AMBER Alert Golf Classic on May 3rd. Proceeds fund the AMBER Alert program, a system that assists in the safe recovery of missing children. Details are at www.azbroadcasters.org.

3) Workshops for Youth and Families: The Night Run

Workshops for Youth and Families invites you to The Night Run on May 11th. Proceeds support leadership and life skills programs for pre-teens and teens. To find out more, go to www.TheNightRun.org.

4) American Heart/Stroke Association: Free Stroke Check

Register today for your FREE Stroke Check during National Stroke Awareness Month in May. Registration is required and appointments fill up fast. To learn more, visit http://www.heart.org/StrokeCheck

5) Phoenix Union Foundation for Education: Golf Tournament

Golf in the Foundation for Education Golf Tournament on May 3rd and support scholarship and education programs in Phoenix. Prizes, raffles, lunch and an awards ceremony complete the day. More info is at www.foundation4education.org/events/golf-tournament.

6) Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation: Arizona Awards Dinner

Attend the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation’s annual Arizona Awards Dinner on May 11th and support scholarships for children whose parents have served in the Navy and Marine Corps. Ticket info is at www.marine-scholars.org/azcampaign.

7) Food for the Hungry: Donation Request

Make a donation to Food for the Hungry, and you’ll provide supplies and food to areas of the world where it’s needed most. For more info, visit www.fh.org.

8) Water for Our World: Run for the Thirsty

Water For Our World is hosting Run for the Thirsty on May 11th. Help save lives by preventing dehydration in our homeless, elderly and disabled populations. Registration information is at www.WaterForOurWorld.com.