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After-School All-Stars Las Vegas and Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth each received a $25,000 donation from Cox Charities, the fundraising arm of Cox Communications, Las Vegas.
The $50,000 combined donation was made possible by the generous support of sponsors for the annual Cox Charities Golf Tournament, with Findlay Automotive serving as the event sponsor.
“We’re proud of our commitment to Southern Nevada through our charitable giving,” said Findlay CFO Tyler Corder. “It was our pleasure to support the annual Cox Charities Golf Tournament and help raise importantfunds for these nonprofits that impact the lives of youth in our community.”
“We’re grateful to be able to take a day away from work to bring together longtime vendors and clients to raise funds for and awareness of two nonprofits whose work is invaluable to our community, said Cox Director of Field Operations Alan Livengood, who co- chaired the event along with Hospitality Network/Advanced Convention Services Director of Field Operations Joe Peeples.
The top finisher was the foursome from the Las Vegas Aviators, including President and CEO Don Logan, Director of Business/Development/Public Relations Larry Brown, VP of Ticket Sales Eric Eisenburg and their guest player Ted Baker.
“We are deeply grateful to Cox for their generous $25,000 donation to the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth through their annual charity golf tournament,” said Arash Ghafoori, CEO, Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth. “This contribution provides crucial support to homeless youth in our community while also shining a spotlight on an issue that demands or collective attention. The young people who experience homelessness need our collaboration, empathy and community.”
The nonprofit After-School All-Stars’ mission is to support children in the two-and-a-half hours after school. According to Executive Director Jodi Manzella, the organization will use its $25,000 donation to support its free, comprehensive after-school programs at 32 Title I schools in the Clark County School District.
Cox Charities is an employee-funded and managed workplace giving program that’s awarded more than $2.9 million in charitable grants to diverse nonprofit organizations/agencies in Southern Nevada since 2007. Cox Charities’ philanthropic focus areas including children/families, education/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), diversity and/or environment/sustainability. For more information, visitcoxcharitieslv.org.