Every partnership has a story. Whether it's a landmark pledge or a dollar from a distance, companies pull together to help Phoenix Children's provide world-class health care for Arizona children.

Funding from afar

Support for Phoenix Children’s knows no limits, with these organizations sharing hope from miles away.

Haunted Group

Headquarters: Jerome, Arizona

Proceeds from an exclusive menu at restaurants in Jerome and Cottonwood benefit Phoenix Children’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores

Headquarters: Oklahoma City

Arizona Love’s locations support Phoenix Children’s through initiatives like year-round fundraising at the register and National Coffee Day, where $1 from promotional coffee purchases is donated to the hospital.

Cultures of generosity

Employee giving options keep philanthropy personal, as staff donate time and money directly. Staff at these partner organizations contribute in their own ways, fostering a corporate culture of giving back.


RSM’s Power of Love program encourages employees to volunteer and fundraise for charities in their communities by matching a percentage of funds raised. The company’s Phoenix branch hosts an office-wide auction and supports the Phoenix Children’s 5K and Kids Dash.

Marriott Bonvoy Hotels

Marriott Bonvoy Hotels host an annual walk called Torch Relay, where each hotel sets up a fundraising page for employees, friends, family and vendors to make donations. In 2023, Torch Relay was hosted at the Westin Kierland Resort & Spa and raised over $220,000.

Southwest Gas

Southwest Gas employees support Phoenix Children’s through the company’s FUEL FOR LIFE program, which allows employees to contribute to nonprofit organizations via payroll deduction.

Milestones of giving

Every dollar counts, but some Phoenix Children's partners have gone above and beyond over the years.

$100K: Verco Decking Inc.

In part due to their sponsorship of events like Give-A-Thon, Power Play and Big Dig for Kids, Verco Decking has generously donated over $100,000 to Phoenix Children’s over the past five years.

A young boy waves from inside a excavator at the Big Dig for Kids Event
A Phoenix Children's patient having fun at the Big Dig for Kids event

$300K: Camelback Volkswagen Subaru

Since partnering with Phoenix Children’s over eight years ago, Camelback Volkswagen Subaru has sponsored and fundraised to show their support for the patients and families at the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.

$1M: MITER Foundation

In addition to their $1 million commitment to Camp Rainbow and the naming of the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders Corridor, MITER employees volunteer at the hospital in many ways.

Patients from Phoenix Children's Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders hold up the paintings they've made at Camp Rainbow.

$1M: Angry Crab Shack

Since 2018, Angry Crab Shack has raised over $1 million to support a number of special events and hospital programs. Year-round, $1 from every root beer float and Phoenix Children’s fries is donated.

A Phoenix Children's patient and his sister enjoy a meal at Angry Crab Shack

$14.8M: Panda Express

Panda Express and the Panda Cares Foundation have been raising funds for Phoenix Children’s since 2007, but in 2023, the company became the largest corporate partner ever—pledging $14.8 million over 10 years.

Partners for the long haul

Phoenix Children’s has been caring for Arizona children since 1983. We’re grateful for the steadfast commitment of those partners who have been with us since the beginning.

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