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Common Paws Maddies Projects    Maddie’s Projects in Maricopa County is an innovative and forward thinking 15-year endeavor with an ambitious goal. By 2017, we intend for every healthy and treatable animal in our shelters to be guaranteed a new and loving home. Commonpaws.org serves as the community outreach effort of Maddie's Projects in Maricopa County. Through CommonPaws.org, Maddie's Projects offers a common place for Valley residents to find information about dogs and cats currently up for adoption, locations where you can adopt a dog or cat, and ways to get involved in the animal welfare community. Thank you for supporting pet adoption in Maricopa County!  

 "Thanks to CommonPaws.org, I was adopted by a great family.  We play and go places in the car, and I
get to sleep on Jessica's bed every night, but lots of my friends are still without loving homes."

Homeless pets need your help and love now more than ever.  Adopt a pet before it's too late. 
Please visit
www.commonpaws.org for more information. 

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AZ Humane Society


The Arizona Humane Society is the state’s largest nonprofit animal welfare and protection agency. Annually, our shelter takes in more than 43,000 unwanted, sick, abused and injured animals. A private, nonprofit, 501 (c)(3) organization, we are funded by donations and do not receive any government funding. It is our mission to build healthy relationships between people and animals.

EAMT™/Animal Rescue
To request an ambulance for a sick or injured stray animal or animal in distress or if you suspect animal cruelty, call us at (602) 997-7585, Ext. 2073. Services are free and available daily from 6 AM to 2 AM.

Our specially trained Emergency Animal Medical Technicians™ (EAMTs™) respond to dozens of calls each day about animals in distress. They are equipped with the equipment and knowledge to rescue animals from crisis situations and transport them to our Second Chance Animal Hospital™ for life-saving veterinary care. Our EAMTs can provide life-saving care in the field. Click HERE for more information on our EAMT™/Animal Rescue Services.

“We need caring people to become foster care providers and help us save the lives of thousands of pets every year,” said AHS President and CEO Cheryl Naumann. “The number of animals we rescue every day, every week, every month, and every year is staggering. We need people in our community to provide these animals with temporary respite until they can return to our shelter and be placed up for adoption.” To become a foster-care provider, you must first be an Arizona Humane Society volunteer. Click HERE for information on becoming an AHS volunteer or call (602) 395-3873.

Remember - animals are dependent on us. Please visit www.azhumane.org for more information. 

Search Adoptable Pets        Media Pets         Education & Outreach           Spay / Neuter           Statistics        Partnerships

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Pets Helping Kids

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A smile where none existed…self-esteem instead of self-doubt…trust replacing betrayal—these are just some of the daily miracles Gabriel's Angels' Certified Pet Therapy Teams initiate each day in their work with abused and at-risk Valley children.

Our loving dogs and owners offer unconditional love, teach empathy, respect and trust, all in an effort to help these children feel better about their lives.  Thanks to our committed volunteers and supporters, we were able to serve over 1,500 valley children in crisis our first year. We need your help to reach this year's goal of 10,000.

Gabriel's Angels
began innocently enough…one girl and one dog visiting with the children at the Crisis Nursery in Phoenix. With each visit we began to see remarkable changes in the children. We saw them become more empathetic when Gabe was around, they began to trust him because he kept his word and kept coming back. We knew we had something special!

With the support of family, friends and caring people who believed in us early on, we merged our love of animals and our love for children and Gabriel's Angels was born in August of 2000.

Gabriel's Angels has grown to nearly 90 teams volunteering at 80 facilities and agencies in the Valley. Currently all of our teams consist of owners and dogs. Cats are considered to be therapeutic to children as well, so we hope to add them to our list of teams in the future.  



Pam and Noah

Gabriel's Angels' Pet Therapy Teams offer unconditional love, teach respect, empathy and trust to children who have been victims of abuse or are at risk of abuse. The power of these dogs is amazing! They can do what we humans can't, as we represent the very figures that always disappointed them. Instead, dogs have an uncanny way of simply being and helping these children cope with the turmoil in their lives. Our weekly visits provide comfort and security to these children.

Anyone with a loving heart and the willingness to share their dog has the potential to change these young lives. The time commitment is minimal since our teams work one hour a week or one hour every other week. If you don't have a dog you can still help by joining our Helping Hand Program.

 See Pam & Gabriel's interview with Daryn Kagan, a former CNN anchor and Phx. news reporter.  Daryn is the creator & host of DarynKagan.com, an inspirational online community that features a daily webcast of stories
that "Show the World What is Possible."

Pam and Gabe

Visit www.gabrielsangels.org to see photos and stories of the very special people and the work they do for children. Please consider helping by contacting Gabriel's Angels and start your rewarding experience at becoming a Delta Registered Pet Therapy Team. To add your name to our mailing list, please complete our Newsletter Form.

 Gabriel's Angels, Inc.
220 South Mulberry Street
Mesa, AZ 85202






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United Blood Services


All eligible blood donors – especially type O-negative – are urged to immediately make an appointment to give blood at the nearest donor center. To schedule a recommended appointment, donors may call 1-877-448-GIVE (4483) or visit www.UnitedBloodServices.org/Arizona

United Blood Services Phoenix Metro Donor Centers


 1987 W. Elliot Rd., #33 (Elliot & Dobson)


 18583 N. 59th Ave. (59th Ave. & Union Hills)


 1337 S. Gilbert Rd., #101 (Gilbert & Hampton)


 5757 N. Black Canyon Hwy. (Bethany Home Rd. & I-17)


 3227 E. Bell Rd., #D-270 (Bell & 32nd Street)


 1405 N. Hayden Rd. (Hayden & McDowell)


 15170 N. Hayden Rd., #6 (Hayden & 83rd Place)

United Blood Services has been Arizona’s non-profit community blood provider since 1943 and serves patients in 50 Arizona hospitals. The UBS network is one of the nation’s oldest and largest non-profit blood service organizations, and is a founding member of America’s Blood Centers and the American Association of Blood Banks. For more information on how to “Be a Hero,” or view a list of scheduled blood drives,please call 1-877-448-GIVE (4483) or visit www.UnitedBloodServices.org/Arizona

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USO - United Service Organizations

Since World War II, the USO has been a steadfast supporter of military personnel around the world. While times have changed, the USO mission has remained the same: to boost the morale of service members and serve as the link between them and the American people. Today the USO delivers its programs and services to 1.4 million active duty service members and 1.2 million National Guard and Reserves as well as their families at more than 130 centers located worldwide. Services include information referral services, Internet and e-mail access, housing and emergency assistance and support groups, to name a few.

"A million acts of kindness..."

These words a soldier used to describe the USO during World War II still apply today as the organization, established in 1941, celebrated its 66th birthday Feb. 4, 2007.

Founded in response to a request from President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to provide morale and recreation services to military personnel, the United Service Organizations (USO), a nonprofit, charitable organization, was incorporated Feb. 4, 1941. Today's USO continues the tradition, with more than 26,000 volunteers and employees who proudly serve America's men and women in uniform and their families around the world.  See some of the services the USO provides below.


 About the USO

- Overview, fact sheet, FAQs 


 Photo / Video Gallery

- Lots of photos and videos


 Operation USO Care Package® 

- Care packages for the troops


 USO Operation Phone Home®

- Phone cards to call home


 Operation Mail Call

- Internet greeting card delivery service


 Operation Enduring Care 

- Injured member and family support


 United Through Reading®

- Service member reading to their kids on DVD

Find more information about the USO, or determine how you can help support our brave men and women serving the country we love and must protect.  We need them and they need us. Visit the USO web site at www.uso.org

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MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF / Fountain Hills Sheriff's Posse

The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, headed by the famed Sheriff Joe Arpaio, is the most talked about and nationally recognized Sheriff's Office in the country today. Why? Because we are innovative with successful programs such as pink underwear, baloney sandwiches, tent city, chain gangs, animal MASH unit, etc.

No other detention facility in the country, state or county can boast of 2000 convicts in tents; no other county or state facility can boast of a gleaning program that results in costs of under 15 cents per meal per inmate; few others can say they have women in tents or on chain gangs and no other sheriff's office in the United States today has a volunteer posse of 3000 men and women, people from the community who spend their time and money to train to be volunteers helping to keep the county free from crime.

From an enforcement perspective, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office prides itself on serving and protecting the people who live in a huge county... 9200 square miles... an area larger than some states. Furthermore, Sheriff Arpaio has a philosophy of zero tolerance towards the criminal element, which has been embraced by deputies and community alike. Because of Arpaio's immense popularity, citizens have united in a partnership with law enforcement to an unprecedented degree. This office is proud to be on the leading edge of law enforcement and incarceration. To see some of the inner-workings of MCSO or join a posse, check out the links below.



- Portraits of mugs


 Unsolved Mysteries

- Unsolved case information


 Sex Offenders 

- List / map of your neighborhood


 Animal M.A.S.H

- MCSO Animal Safe Hospice


 Crime Prevention for Kids & Adults

- Minimize crime by being smart


 Deadbeat Parents - Hall of Shame

- How much does your ex owe?


 Join the Sheriff's Posse

- Choose from 57 posses /possi

As you can see, Sheriff Joe and his deputies have a large job and put it "on the line each day" for us. To find more information on the Maricopa County Sheriff's office, visit www.mcso.org  Thank you.

Help the entire Phoenix metro area law enforcement community anonymously with information through Silent Witness any time day or night.

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Who we are
Eight specializes in the education of children, in-depth news and public affairs, lifelong learning, and the celebration of arts and culture — utilizing the power of noncommercial television, the Internet, educational outreach services, and community-based initiatives. The PBS station began broadcasting from the campus of Arizona State University on January 30, 1961. Now more than 80 percent of Arizonans receive the signal through a network of translators, cable and satellite systems. With more than 1.3 million viewers each week, Eight consistently ranks among the most-viewed public television stations per capita in the country. Arizonans provide more than 60 percent of the station's annual budget.

We major in education
Our daily children's programming helps children start school ready to learn. More than 1,000,000 K-12 Arizona students benefit from programs distributed to classrooms by Eight in partnership with ASSET (Arizona School Services through Educational Technology). Eight's GED programs help adults get their high school diplomas, and many students earn college credits through Eight/KAET telecourses. LiteracyLink helps adults build the basic skills for lifelong learning. We also offer intern and employment opportunities for approximately 60 Arizona State University students who receive hands-on training working with our professional staff.

How we are funded
Our annual budget is approximately $10 million. More than half comes from the local community, mainly through membership support and program underwriting. Another one-third is state and federal support through Arizona State University and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. The rest comes from schools, colleges, grants, contracts and other sources.

Friends of Eight
More than 70,000 viewers become contributing Friends of Eight each year. Eight Magazine, our monthly program guide, is mailed to more than 40,000 members who donate $40 or more.

Volunteer Friends of Eight
Volunteer Friends support the station by contributing their time and effort. These community volunteers help with membership campaigns, assist with the Eight-Cronkite Polls and community outreach projects, and conduct studio tours.

Community Advisory Board
Eight's Advisory Board provides public input for the station's planning and decision-making process. Members meet quarterly to evaluate the station's progress and conduct an annual assessment of our programming and services.
The public is invited to attend. The meetings begin at 7:30 a.m. and are held at Karsten's Golf Course, 1125 East Rio Salado Parkway in Tempe.

What is KBAQ Production Studio?
KBAQ 89.5 FM broadcasts classical music and arts information for the Phoenix metropolitan area. The station is licensed to Arizona State University and the Maricopa Community College District. The KBAQ Production Studio , a service of Eight, records classical music performances and original commentary for broadcast on KBAQ and nationally on National Public Radio and Public Radio International.

ASU        For more information about KAET, PBS, and ASU click here www.azpbs.org or these icons.      PBS

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FH Chamber of Commerce


The mission of the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce is to promote a strong and viable local business community. In support of this mission, the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce is committed to and guided by the principals of the free enterprise system, is committed to providing guidance, leadership and support to any and all prospective and existing members of our organization, shall strive to be recognized by our members and the community for being responsive and oriented to the needs of the business community, shall work diligently to achieve a sound economic environment for business and the community as a whole, shall strive for excellence and integrity in the management of our organization, will promote and encourage good business ethics among our membership.

The Chamber supports and sponsors the Fountain Hills business community, residents, and visitors with over 20 items and events such as:

Membership Directory - all Chamber members, with descriptions and contact information, discount coupons for products and services

Newsletter - all Chamber members receive a monthly newsletter

Brochure Display - brochures of local and state businesses, attractions, and select publications

Annual Business Showcase - 75 booths of various Fountain Hills Chamber Members, including 7-10 Chamber Member restaurants, participate in  "Taste of Fountain Hills" competition. Free and open to the public.

Fountain Festival of Arts & Crafts - Each November, the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce hosts this free three day event, which features over 450 artists and artisans from around the country lining the shaded Avenue of the Fountains. This festival attracts an estimated 200,000 visitors from all over the Valley and state, who come to appreciate and purchase fine art and enjoy some good food and entertainment. Several musicians entertain the crowd at various locations throughout the fair, also selling their musical recordings.

Fountain Hills Great Fair - Each February the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce hosts this free three day event, which features over 450 artists and artisans from around the country lining the shaded Avenue of the Fountains. This festival attracts close to 200,000 visitors from the valley and out of state. In addition to having the finest professional artists and artisans from various parts of the country, this festival features the annual Hot Air Balloon Rally held at 7 a.m. on Sunday (weather permitting!). There are great photo opportunities of balloons reflecting against the water with the fountain in the background. A unique tradition among the balloonists is to attempt to dip their baskets into Fountain Lake.  Food booths with seating areas provided nearby and entertainment at various locations throughout the fairgrounds, will be featured throughout the 3-day event.

Thanksgiving Day Parade - 9am, Starts at Saguaro Blvd and El Lago Blvd.  The only Thanksgiving Day Parade in Arizona, featuring marching bands, Marine Color Guard, entertainers and various local groups.

Holiday Luminarias  - December 22 - 24, Sunset For all of the three nights preceding Christmas, luminaries are lit by hundreds of volunteers. Thousands of luminaries line the streets of downtown and the shores of Fountain Lake.

Visit the Fountain Hills Chamber of Commerce web site at www.fountainhillschamber.com for more information.

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We believe in the good work the American Cancer Society does in the fight and cure of all kinds of cancer, however this is about as much as we can say about them. They have instituted significant restrictions and prohibitions on the use of their printed and electronic promotional materials to the point that we feel this is all the information you're going to get from us. Visit the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org for all your ACS information needs.

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We believe in the good work the American Heart Association does in the fight and cure of cardiac problems, however this is about as much as we can say about them. They too have instituted significant restrictions and prohibitions on the use of their printed and electronic promotional materials to the point that we feel this is all the information you're going to get from us. Visit the American Heart Association at www.americanheart.org for all your AHA information needs.

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