When Phoenix attorney Avery Crossman started volunteering with Home ‘Fur’ Good no-kill animal shelter five years ago, she intended to help the organization write grants because she thought working in the shelter would be too sad. “That lasted maybe a week,” she says. “I discovered that Home Fur Good, as a true no-kill shelter, is not a sad place. The staff and volunteers are happy and the shelter is clean, bright and fresh.”
Crossman, who has been practicing Arizona workers' compensation law since 1994, has adopted two dogs from Home ‘Fur’ Good and now serves as the organization’s board president.
Notable moviegoing choices for the weekend.
This Wednesday marks America’s biggest annual national party, and one of the ways we’ve always celebrated is with music. Here are some song choices that will freshen up your cookout or fireworks-viewing playlist, while still giving you that love-of-country tingle.
Already feeling bored this summer? As residents of a hellish Arizonan heat, most of our summer-boredom-busting ideas deal with avoiding the sun at all costs: museum-hopping, water park visits and road trips. But, these ideas can grow old. Luckily, all over Phoenix, various organizations are holding summer donation drives for members of our community in need. Why not spend some time this summer looking through drawers, towers of garage boxes, stuffed-beyond-capacity closets and hidden sheds, or even to visit the store to find something to donate? Get to rummaging and check out these philanthropic opportunities around the Valley.
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