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Nextiva Cares volunteers at Phoenix Children's Hospital

Nextiva Cares Loves Phoenix Children’s Hospital!

By February 28, 2018 No Comments

This February, the Nextiva Cares team had an amazing time volunteering with the Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and supporting Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Assisted Animal Therapy Program (AAT).

Nextiva Cares has maintained a great relationship with Phoenix Children’s Hospital (PCH) since we were founded in 2015, but this year, we decided to help the foundation in a way that helped not only countless child patients at PCH, but many of their furry friends as well in their Assisted Animal Therapy Program. 

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How to be the Generous Employer Millennials Crave

By February 23, 2018 No Comments

As even more millennials enter the workforce in 2018, it’s important for companies to be open to different ways of running the business. One major benefit that millennials look for in employers is their commitment to creating a positive social impact – something that benefits much more than just the employee.

If your company does not already have a philanthropic program in place, or it needs some sprucing up, the beginning of a new year is an excellent time to put a plan into action. Since Nextiva Cares began in 2015, we’ve learned a lot about corporate giving, and we’re sharing how simple it is to get your own program started. Based on our experiences, below are some tips to follow for a successful philanthropic program:

Nextiva Cares volunteers at UMOM

Starting 2018 the Right Way: Nextiva Cares and UMOM

By February 7, 2018 No Comments

When most people think of the new year, they picture a fresh start and clean slate for themselves – a chance to conquer new goals and leave any negativity behind.  Unfortunately for over half a million homeless Americans, seeing a new year as a new start can be rather difficult.  However, thanks to amazing organizations like UMOM New Day Centers who provide shelter and solutions to help those facing homelessness get back on their feet, there is hope for many to have a fresh start.

Nextiva Philanthropic Highlights

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.

Nextiva Cares Supports Vegas Community and Life Rocks Foundation

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.