Be a Company with a Cause

Partner with Phoenix Children’s and Help Save Lives

Consumers love companies with a cause. For businesses, cause marketing with a leading organization like Phoenix Children’s can mean a new level of customer engagement. The Phoenix Children’s brand is synonymous with pediatric excellence. We’re poised to transform pediatric health care not just in Arizona, but also across the country and around the world.

We can’t do it alone. Today, with the support of our corporate partners, Phoenix Children’s can make high-level investments in the future of children’s health. When we work together, we can bring hope and healing to children and their families for generations to come.

How Our Corporate Partners Make a Difference

At Phoenix Children’s, we’re proud to partner with businesses that strive to make a difference in their communities and the lives of Arizona’s children. For instance, our friends at Desert Financial Credit Union pledged to raise $2 million dollars for Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the 1 Darn Cool School in 2018. They surpassed their goal. In 2020, Desert Financial Credit Union made an even bigger commitment: to raise $3 million over the next four years! This amazing partnership helps to improve the lives of sick children trying to maintain their education while away from home.

Here’s how.

How Your Business Can Impact Lives

By linking your brand with Phoenix Children’s, you make an enormous impact—not only on a range of critical hospital programs, but also on your bottom line. Partnering with us will enhance your brand and increase staff morale while giving your customers a new reason to stay loyal.

There are many ways to get involved, from employee giving to event sponsorships and special programs. No matter your company’s industry or size, Phoenix Children’s will work with you to create the perfect giving plan. For more information, please contact us at (602) 933-4840 or corporategiving@phoenixchildrens.com.

Why You Should Donate to Phoenix Children’s

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Fifty-eight percent of consumers are willing to pay more to companies committed to helping increase child survival rates.

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For every $1 a company gives, $6 is earned.

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Nine in ten consumers are likely to switch brands to one associated with a good cause.

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More than 60 Phoenix Children’s programs and services get funding solely or significantly through philanthropy.

West Valley Corporate Board

Partner with a Market Leader

The mission of the West Valley Board is to advocate, fundraise and raise awareness for the impact of Phoenix Children’s in our local West Valley communities. This board sets a standard of excellence for philanthropy as Phoenix Children’s presence grows in the West Valley. The mix of the board’s guidance with Phoenix Children’s standing history will contribute positively through the season of expansion and future growth for years to come. Phoenix Children’s has responded to the need of Arizona children since 1983, and with the help of the West Valley Board, this response will result in a heightened level of care to West Valley children and families.

In recent decades, the West Valley has transformed from a rural stretch to a thriving metropolis. The region once sustained by agriculture now claims leadership status in cutting-edge sectors such as aerospace, technology, finance and education. Today, the region’s population is soaring, with projections for continued growth.

As part of our effort to build world-class pediatric care for Arizona’s families, Phoenix Children’s has engaged in an unprecedented expansion into the West Valley. Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Arrowhead Campus, will be a new free-standing, three-floor pediatric facility in Glendale. This addition is the latest element in a multifaceted expansion strategy. The West Valley’s newest hospital will be located at the end of the Abrazo Arrowhead campus, already a popular destination for high-quality maternity services and women’s care. Key features of this Phoenix Children’s facility will include a 24/7 pediatric emergency department, an outpatient surgery center, and a 45,000-square-foot multispecialty clinic, with expertise in orthopedics, neurology, cardiology, oncology, psychiatry and more.

In March 2021, Phoenix Children’s announced plans for its Southwest Campus expansion Avondale. This project will create the West Valley’s first freestanding, 24/7 pediatric ED, which is expected to treat 40,000 children annually, starting in the winter of 2023. The Southwest Campus will also include a multispecialty clinic, slated to open in Fall 2022. In Fall 2021, Phoenix Children’s new Sports Medicine Clinic will open in Avondale, providing close-to-home care for young athletes. The 7,900-square-foot comprehensive clinic will provide physical therapy, rehabilitation, and education. With support from the West Valley Board and the entire community, more children in the West Valley will enjoy the best possible start in life — and the quality care they deserve — right in their own community.

Board Members

  • Julie Giese, Board Co-Chair and President, Phoenix Raceway/ VP, Track Marketing NASCAR
  • Erik Hernandez, Board Co-Chair and Owner, H&B Builders
  • Sintra Hoffman, President & CEO, WESTMARC
  • Tony S. Mangat, CEO/Owner, The Mangat Group
  • Mike Theile, Managing Director, Commercial Banking, CrossFit Bank
  • Nate Martinez, Broker Agent, RE/MAX Professionals
  • Lisa Lund, Principal, Mortgage Broker, Lund Mortgage Team

For more information, please contact Lindley Carlin.

West Valley Expansion

East Valley Corporate Board

Partner with a Market Leader

In recent decades, the East Valley has transformed from a rural stretch to a thriving metropolis. The region once sustained by agriculture now claims leadership status in cutting-edge sectors such as aerospace, technology, finance and education. Today, the region’s population is soaring, with projections for continued growth.

The mission of the East Valley Board is to advocate, fundraise and raise awareness for the impact of Phoenix Children’s in our local East Valley communities. This board will set a standard of excellence for philanthropy as Phoenix Children’s presence grows in the East Valley. The mix of the board’s guidance with the Hospital’s standing history will contribute positively through the season of expansion and future growth for years to come. Phoenix Children’s has responded to the need of Arizona children since its beginning in 1983, and with the help of the East Valley Board, this response will result in a heightened level of care to East Valley children and families.

As part of our effort to build world-class pediatric care for Arizona’s families, Phoenix Children’s has engaged in an unprecedented expansion into the East Valley by forging an innovative, one-of-a-kind partnership with Dignity Health — a first of its kind nationwide. Together, these two respected health systems will bring a new facility dedicated solely to the needs of women and children to the sprawling campus at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center. The brand new, five-story Women and Children’s Pavilion at the established Mercy Gilbert Center will deliver maternity and specialty pediatric services in one convenient location. Now, mothers and fragile newborns in the NICU will be cared for in close proximity, to reduce risk and promote bonding. The rooms feature all of the amenities parents need to stay with their babies while also managing work and caring for older siblings.

In addition to the amenities and features found in maternity care, the new Hospital will feature pediatric emergency care; inpatient pediatric care; newborn intensive care; and surgical and post-operative services, all supported by imaging, lab and pharmacy services onsite. Furthermore, families in need of specialty care will find a brand new medical office building adjacent to the Women and Children’s Pavilion.

With support from the East Valley Board and the entire community, more children in the East Valley will enjoy the best possible start in life — and the quality care they deserve — right in their own community.

Board Members

  • Debbie James, Board Co-Chair and CEO, Cranial Technologies, Inc.
  • Mary Beth Bassett, Board Co-Chair and EVP and Chief of Quality, Vitalant
  • Landon Evans, Owner/Founder, HDE Events
  • Tim Harrison, VP, Corporate Partnerships & Special Events, Phoenix Children’s
  • Lindley Carlin, Corporate Development Officer, Phoenix Children’s
  • Ryan Howard, Global Account Director, Snowflake Computing
  • Rowan Pickering, Owner/Founder, Event Team, Inc.
  • Dr. Yasmin Rahimi, Owner/Founder, BackFit Health + Spine
  • Alex Shaffer, Vice President, Arizona Federal Credit Union
  • Steve Whitworth, President, Kitchell Construction
  • Kent Wilson, Managing Director, Government Affairs, Target Corporation
  • Jo Ann Holland, Co-Creator: Let’s Chat: Stories Connect / President & CEO: Central Phoenix Women & Women of Scottsdale / Founder & CEO: East Valley Women & North Valley Women
  • Jeff Ellington, President & CEO, Runbeck Election Services
  • Randy Gonzalez, Global Enterprise Account Manager, Cisco Systems, Inc.
  • Matt Beeler, Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Duane Solomon, Associate, Western Retail Advisors
  • Trevor Watters, Owner, Denali Medical Group
  • Dana Rohman, Associate Chief Nursing Officer, Phoenix Children’s
  • Mallory Reis, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones

East Valley Expansion