Events

Join us for Healing: Through the Eyes of a Child, October 28th

We miss you!

Let’s reconnect to support the well-being of children, to honor child advocates who made a remarkable difference during an unimaginable year, and to again show our commitment to help create an Arizona where all children thrive.

When?

October 28th, 2021

5:00PM-8:00PM

Where?

University Club of Phoenix

39 E. Monte Vista Road

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

Honorees

Jacque Steiner Public Leadership Award

Will Humble, Director of Marketing & Public Relations and Executive Director, Arizona Public Health Association (AzPHA)

Horace Steele Child Advocacy Award

Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza, Chef, Activist, Entrepreneur

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