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2019 Tournament of Hope
One day of golf can change the future for some remarkable kids!
Get pampered with delicious food and complimentary beverages while you play on a beautiful, semi-private par 72 course.
Your participation supports critical resources for inspirational young people in our community. Join other Arizonans in providing vital access to quality education, life-skill development, safe and supportive housing, and extracurricular enrichment.
For more information , contact Marghan Miller at 602 266-4873.
Event Date: Monday, November 4th
Event Time: Shotgun start at 12 noon.
Event Location: Moon Valley Country Clib
Questions? Email Marghan Miller
2020 Success Starts With Hope Breakfast
SAVE THE DATE – Friday, May 8, 2020
The Success Starts With Hope Breakfast is scheduled! Join us Friday, May 8th at the Arizona Biltmore in support of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona.
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(Phoenix, AZ.) The Boys Hope Girls Hope Success Starts with Hope Breakfast on May 10, 2019 raised more than $409,000 for BHGH programs. Chaired by Julie Hancock and Alicia Harrison, there were 660 guests present including 50 BHGH scholars. BHGH honored their founding school partner and long time supporter, Brophy College Preparatory. Highlights of the […]
Dear Friends and Supporters of Boys Hope Girls Hope of Arizona: My name is Maribel, and because of Boys Hope Girls Hope, I am the first in my family to graduate high school, and also the first in my family to attend college. I am currently a sophomore at Arizona State University, majoring in psychology […]
Scottsdale Independent News Article by Terrance Thornton Oct 17th, 2017 Much of who we are — and in some cases what we can become — is largely defined by the situation we come to understand as normal as we develop from child to adulthood. Some call this “the genetic lottery” while others say the American ideal of […]