1) Show Your Stripes: Hiring Campaign for Vets

Looking for a dedicated employee who’s highly trained? Are you a vet looking for a job? Our station is leading the I-Heart-Radio “Show Your Stripes” movement to support hiring vets. Visit www.ShowYourStripes.org a website that connects veterans with employers and helps local businesses find candidates with the best training. Hire Smart. Hire Vets. ShowYourStripes.org is powered by www.Military.com and www.Monster.com.

2) Phoenix Rescue Mission: Summer Heat Relief Program

The Phoenix Rescue Mission needs water bottles and heat relief items for homeless men, women and children, as well as elderly shut-ins. For donation information, visit www.phoenixrescuemission.org.

3) Phoenix Art Museum: The Art of Video

The Art of Video Games exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum explores the forty-year evolution of video games as works of art with a focus on the creative use of new technology. Details are at www.phxart.org.

4) Florence Crittenton: Girls Academy

The Florence Crittenton Girls’ Leadership Academy, a free, all-girls high school, is now enrolling girls in 9th thru 12th grades. Call Veronica today at 602-288-4518 to schedule a tour, or to learn more visit www.glaaz.org.

5) ICAN Positive Programs for Youth: Stuff the Bus Back-pack Drive

“Stuff the Bus” and support ICAN Positive Programs for Youth. Look for the Fulton Homes’ Bus at the Chandler Fashion Center and donate new backpacks, school supplies and clothing to help disadvantaged kids. For more info, check out www.kez999.com Keyword Search “Stuff the Bus.”

6) notMYkid: Anti-bullying Message

160,000 students stay home from school each day because of bullying. Not My Kid provides bullying prevention education in middle and high schools as well as in the workplace. To learn more, visit www.notMYkid.org.

7) Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center: Moonlight Tours

Ever wonder what the animals of the Southwest do when the sun goes down? Join the Southwest Wildlife Center on August 20th for the next “Full Moon Tour” of their animal sanctuary. Visit www.southwestwildlife.org for reservations. Prepayment is required as space is limited. Light refreshments will be served.