HeroZona Foundation Partners with Community Groups for Holiday Heroes Giving Campaign
Organizations to Provide Dozens of Families with Monetary Relief
PHOENIX 12/17/21 – HeroZona Foundation is excited to announce it will partner with the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation to donate thousands of dollars to families in need ahead of the holiday. On Monday, Dec. 20 between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., community members selected by a variety of different organizations can stop by the Travis L. Williams American Legion Post 65 (1624 E. Broadway Rd.) in Phoenix to collect Visa gift cards in increments of $250 and $500.
Participating groups include the City of Phoenix Police and Fire Departments, South Mountain Police and Fire Precincts, City of Phoenix Parks and Recreation, NAACP Arizona State Conference, NAACP Maricopa Branch, Equality Health, African American Christian Clergy Coalition, 100 Black Men of Phoenix, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Phoenix Metropolitan Chapter, National Panhellenic Council Phoenix Metropolitan Area, Travis L. Williams American Post 65 Legionnaires, Sons and Unit 65 Auxiliary, Roosevelt School District No. 66, Phoenix Union High School District, Zion Institute, Big Brothers Big Sisters Arizona, The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Center Phoenix, Prensa Arizona, Arizona Informant, The Writeup, Phx Soul, African American Clergy Association, William H. Patterson Elks #477, Wooten Healthcare, Panda Pediatrics, NAACP East Valley Branch, Harold Wolder Masonic Temple, Millionaire Mastermind Academy, Maricopa Community College, Mesa Unified School District, Greater Phoenix Urban League and Young Professionals, Arizona Real Engagement through Active Philanthropy, Diana Gregory Outreach, Chicanos Por La Causa, ASBA Black Alliance, City Bus, Arizona Department of Veteran Services.
“While the holiday season is a cheerful time for many, it can be difficult for families who are struggling,” said Alan “AP” Powell, chairman of AP & Associates – Strategic Alliances, U.S. Army Desert-Storm veteran and HeroZona cofounder. “Everyone deserves to have a happy, safe and fun celebration. With these donations, we want to lessen the burden these families might feel during this time of year.”