Month: February 2022

Make a Meaningful Connection with a Senior…Volunteer with Duet!

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the importance of human connection.  Built 40 years ago on the idea...

02/04/2022

Easing Your Dog’s Stress as You Return to Work

Pet adoptions reached record levels during the pandemic as people welcomed a new, furry family member into their home. These...

02/04/2022

Foundation Seeks Business Partnership Coordinator

Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation The Greater Phoenix Chamber Foundation (the Foundation) convenes and catalyzes business, education, and community to enhance...

02/04/2022

Consumer Confidence Dropped in Arizona in Fourth Quarter of 2021

by Tom Joyce Arizonans ended the year with lower consumer confidence than there had been in the three months prior....

02/04/2022

Arizona businesses with vaccine mandates would face $500K lawsuits under GOP proposal

Employees who aren’t granted religious exemptions could file suit alleging injury BY: GLORIA GOMEZ/UA DON BOLLES FELLOW – JANUARY 28, 2022 7:07 AM...

02/04/2022

How Build Your Future Arizona connects young adults with construction careers

For all the strangeness of an atypical year, 2021 saw a remarkable trend while the nation still struggled with the...

02/04/2022

Get to know our new staff members at the Chamber!

The Chamber and Foundation are growing and thrilled to introduce you to several new team members: Alexis Berdine Communications &...

02/03/2022

Black Women in Music at the Musical Instrument Museum

Written by Rich Walter, PhD, Curator for United States / Canada and Europe, Daniel Piper , PhD, Curator for Latin...

02/03/2022

SRP’s ‘Touchdowns for Teachers’ Program With the Arizona Cardinals Raises $52,000 and Funds 104 Educators

As the Cardinals prepare for playoffs, it was a victorious regular season as far as Arizona teachers and students are...

02/01/2022