West Valley Arts Council are among non-profits participating in Arizona Gives Day

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Arizona Gives DayVerrado is pleased to announce that our partner, West Valley Arts Council (WVAC), will be part of the second annual Arizona Gives Day on Wednesday, April 9. This day provides an inspiring way for Arizonans to join forces to support their community.

You can support WVAC and many others in the 24-hour online giving campaign that raised more than $1 million for Arizona non-profit organizations during the inaugural campaign in 2013. And on Arizona Gives Day, you can donate confidently knowing that your donation goes directly to the nonprofit, as opposed to a general fund.

WVAC is an important strategic partner to the Verrado community because it enhances the quality and increases the offerings of arts and culture programs right here in our own neighborhood. But more importantly, WVAC has been committed to enriching the entire West Valley since the late 1960s by growing a connected arts and cultural community.

WVAC is the only regional organization that focuses on all disciplines of the arts and provides professional arts and culture offerings to West Valley residents. It is currently working with the City of Surprise to open the West Valley Center for the Arts in June 2014. Participation in Arizona Gives Day is a great way for Marley Park and all West Valley residents to help WVAC flourish and support them in bringing quality art and cultural experiences to our region.

Arizona Gives Day is a collaboration between the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and the Arizona Grantmakers Forum. Tax-deductible contributions can be made on WVAC’s campaign site on April 9, or scheduled in advance for processing on Arizona Gives Day.