Cox Conserves award finalist, Diana Hadley of southern AZ, is a proactive volunteer acting and recruiting others on behalf of conservation to preserve key areas of historical and cultural significance in the southwest.
Cox Conserves award finalist, Craig Anderson of Phoenix, volunteers many hours a week to educate valley youth about our desert environment and promote conservation of our resources at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audobon Center.
Doing More for Arizona Cox Charities visits Cox Volunteers as they spend time educating students on the importance of protecting our water resources and preserving our wet lands. Learn more about Project WET.
Doing More for Arizona Cox Charities visits the East Valley Children’s Theater to see how kids are helping kids through the art of theater.
Doing More for Arizona Cox Charities visits KJZZ’s Spot 127, a youth media center in West Phoenix. Greg Pereira, Executive Director of Spot 127, talks about teaching at-risk teens digital media and journalism skills; skills that will benefit them in any career field they choose.
Doing More for Arizona Cox Charities visits CASA, which started out as the Center Against Sexual Assault. Now it’s growing into much more. CASA is working with the community on bullying prevention, emotional intelligence, and abuse/violence prevention programs.
Doing More for Arizona Cox Charities visits with a local program designed to give assistance to foster kids and teens with children. For more info on OCJ Kids, click here.
Local First Arizona Founder, Kimber Lanning, talks about the importance of supporting locally owned businesses. In other words, “Shop where you live.”
A tour of the Downtown Phoenix Public Market with world-renowned Restaurateur/Chef Chris Bianco.
Former ASU Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning Program Dir., Nan Ellin, discusses history of the Valley canal system and possible development of recreational & entertainment opportunities along its banks.