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Nextiva Cares in 2017: Our Philanthropic Highlights

By January 15, 2018 No Comments

From snuggling with puppies to hosting a bra and underwear drive, Nextiva Cares made some great memories while making an impact in 2017.  We raised nearly $64,000 for the 16 organizations we partnered with, and dedicated over 1,300 hours to volunteer work.  Below are some favorite highlights from 2017, and our full Annual Report can be found here.

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It’s the Season of Giving: Nextiva Cares & Toys for Tots

By December 27, 2017 No Comments

During the holiday season, many Americans feel joy, excitement, cheer, and love.  However, there are still over 13 million children across the U.S. living in poverty who aren’t able to experience the same holiday spirit.  Fortunately, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program works hard all year to make sure that millions of children across all 50 states and U.S. territories are able to feel the love, joy, and warmth of the holiday season.

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Nextiva Cares Donated One Ton of Food to a Local Food Pantry

By December 7, 2017 No Comments

 While so many people celebrated this Thanksgiving with full bellies and plenty of leftovers, 1 in 6 Americans still face hunger every single day – even on days like Thanksgiving.  So this November, Nextiva Cares supported Resurrection Street Ministry (RSM), a local food pantry in Mesa, Arizona, with a food donation drive at our headquarters in Scottsdale.  RSM supports thousands of local veterans, senior citizens, homeless individuals, low-income families, and those suffering from afflictions and addictions.

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Nextiva Cares Supports Vegas Community and Life Rocks Foundation

By November 6, 2017 No Comments

The month of October began with a tragic event very close to the Phoenix community – the Las Vegas shooting on October 1st.  As 59 innocent people had their lives taken and hundreds more injured for no reason at all, the world wondered if there was any good left in humanity.  Despite the massive loss that has affected millions of Americans, many of us came together to do what we could to help our neighbors. 

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Nextiva Cares Brings Smiles to the Barrow Cleft & Craniofacial Center

By October 17, 2017 No Comments

This September, Nextiva Cares partnered with the Barrow Neurological Foundation to bring joy to families with children recently born with cleft lip, cleft palate, or another craniofacial disorder.  On September 26th and 27th, volunteers packed and hand-delivered 150 goodie bags for newborns and their families at the Barrow Cleft and Craniofacial Center (BCCC) in downtown Phoenix.  The reusable bags were stocked with diapers, wet wipes, socks, teething toys, and Target gift cards – items that new parents can always use.

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Nextiva Continues Support of ALS Association by Raising nearly $50k

By August 31, 2017 No Comments

Remember the ALS Association Ice Bucket Challenge that gained worldwide popularity in 2013? It didn’t suddenly stop that fall. Nextiva Cares has continued to participate in the annual Ice Bucket Challenge, donating nearly $50,000 to date, making our company the single largest supporter of the ALS Association Arizona Chapter.

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School is Back in Session! Nextiva Cares & Southwest Human Development Prepare Arizona Children for the School Year

By August 15, 2017 No Comments

For most families, the month of July is filled with days spent at the pool, family vacations, frozen treats, and eventually, every parent’s favorite time of year… back-to-school prep!  The end of July is an especially exciting time for most parents as they prepare their children to ditch the “summer break” mentality and head back to seven-hour school days for the next ten months.  However, as exciting a time it may be, it is also an extremely expensive time of year.  In fact, parents spend about $700 on average for a single child’s back-to-school clothing, supplies, and activities– an expense that unfortunately, many families simply cannot afford.

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