1) Phoenix Children’s Hospital: Beach Ball

Celebrate west coast style with a Malibu theme at this year’s Beach Ball on March 1st, benefitting the Phoenix Children’s Hospital. For ticket information, visit http://www.phoenixchildrensfoundation.org/events/beach-ball/.

2) Boys Hope Girls Hope: Blue Man Group at ASU Gammage

Boys Hope Girls Hope, an organization that supports low-income scholars reach their goal of graduating college, is hosting a fundraiser featuring the Blue Man Group on February 26th. More info is on our website, Keyword Search Community.

3) Florence Crittenton: Teaming Up for Girls

This year’s Teaming Up for Girls luncheon benefitting Florence Crittenton is March 4th, and features Elizabeth Smart: survivor, activist and journalist; who was abducted and safely returned to her family. Details are at www.flocrit.org.

4) Chandler Center for the Arts: Eat Your Art Out

Eat Your Art Out in Chandler on February 25th and support the Chandler Center for the Arts’ Free Summer Concert Series, their Connecting Kidz programs and more! For a list of participating restaurants, visit www.eatyourartoutchandler.org.

5) Future for Kids: Color Dash

The Color Dash benefitting Future for Kids is March 9th. The 5K Run/Walk isn’t a traditional race. It’s a fun opportunity to share memories and get splashed with the colors of the rainbow! Details are at http://www.thecolordash5k.com/phoenix-arizona.html.

6) AFAA: Zoo Walk

15 million Americans have food allergies. Help raise funds about this potentially deadly condition at the A-F-A-A Zoo Walk for food allergies and anaphylaxis on March 8th. Registration information is at http://arizonafoodallergy.org/zoo-walk.html.

7) Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation: Tres Rios Nature & Earth Festival

Enjoy the beauty of the Gila river habitat at the free Tres Rios Nature and Earth Festival on March 8th and 9th. This family friendly event features fishing, bird watching and canoeing. For more info, check out http://www.tresriosnaturefestival.com 

8) Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Susan G. Komen for the Cure wants you to know that breast cancer screening is not a one-size-fits-all process. Guidelines differ based on your age and risk factors. To learn more, visit http://www.komencanaz.org.