Papa Johns Pizza Benefits Patients Year-Round

Not in the mood to cook? Order Papa Johns pizza and get 20% off regular menu prices online or through the app by entering promo code: PCH. Papa Johns will donate 10% to Phoenix Children’s.

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A Zesty Twist for a Worthy Cause!

Try a new sweet, savory, zesty appetizer while helping an important cause! From February 19 through March 31, Oregano's will feature the new Bistro Bacon Jam on its menu, with $1 from each dish sold benefitting Phoenix Children's.

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Feel the Beat, Heal Little Hearts at M3F

Margaret T. Hance Park 67 W Culver St, Phoenix, AZ

Join us for M3F in downtown Phoenix on March 1-2. Not only will you see an unforgettable lineup, including Lane 8 and Dominic Fike, but a portion of every ticket purchased will amplify healing through music therapy at Phoenix Children’s.

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West Valley Mavericks Shindig

The 2024 Shindig, presented by Sunflower Bank and Yates Buick GMC, will be a one-of-a-kind experience trading our traditional formalwear for denim and boots! The West Valley Mavericks will transport you to the home of Country Music for a benefit concert supporting Phoenix Children’s and other charities in the West Valley.

Miles for Migraine Arizona Walk/Run/Relax

Miles for Migraine will host its 8th annual Free 2-mile Walk, 5K Run and Relax Arizona Event on Saturday March 9th, at Kiwanis Park. This event is a fundraiser for migraine & headache awareness, treatment & research.

Get Your Game on for a Cause at Game On Expo

Arizona's largest gaming and anime convention, Game On Expo, returns to the Phoenix Convention Center on March 15-17. They're partnering with Phoenix Children's to help patients and families while giving fans discounted admission.

24 Hours of Octane Car Show Benefiting Phoenix Children’s

Get ready for 24 Hours of Octane: The Encore, an unforgettable automotive experience benefiting Phoenix Children’s. This revving event spans three exciting activities over 24 hours, promising vrooming thrills for car enthusiasts and supporters of kids’ health.

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