VALLEYLIFE hosts several special events throughout the year to thank our supporters, promote community awareness, and raise funds for our programs and services.
If you are interested in sponsoring an event, learning more about a particular event or designating VALLEYLIFE as the beneficiary of an event you are organizing, please contact Margaret Stephens-Reed at 602-331-2414 or via email at email@example.com.
A Legacy of Love Gala
Honoring Debbie Gaby to celebrate VALLEYLIFE's 70th anniversary
Saturday, October 7, 2017
The evening will feature a silent auction, dinner, dancing and performances by:
VALLEYLIFE Glee Club & Dance Troop and a Special Guest
Individual tickets start at $250. Table and other sponsorships are available.
To purchase tickets or sponsorship opportunities please click here to visit our VALLEYLIFE store.
| 2017 Event Chairs
Juanice & Arthur Oldham
Jessica Wert Hunsaker & Celab Hunsaker
Honorary 2017 Event Chairs
Honorary Chairs Emeritus
Dinner in the Desert
VALLEYLIFE hosted the North Kiwanis 30th annual Dinner in the Desert at their main campus on April 28th. The dinner was held to raise money and awareness for three nonprofit organizations: VALLEYLIFE, Andy Hull’s Sunshine Foundation and The Sunshine Angels.
The evening began with warm welcomes from Phoenix City Councilwoman Debra Stark and Maricopa County Supervisor Bill Gates. A chicken and rib dinner was catered by Burn’t Biscuit. Throughout the evening, The Sunshine Angels offered raffles and a silent auction that allowed guests to bid on items such as signed sports memorabilia, a weekend getaway, a golf package, art and various other items.
After dinner the guests heard more about each organization from Jim Day, President of North Phoenix Kiwanis; Cletus Thiebeau, CEO and President of VALLEYLIFE; Margaret Stephens-Reed, Director of Fund Development for VALLEYLIFE; LeAnn Hull, Founder and CEO of Andy Hull’s Sunshine Foundation; and Sandra Hurst, President of the Board of The Sunshine Angels.
Following the presentations, Mike Pendergraft, President and CEO of American Valet, was honored for Outstanding Service for everything he has done to positively promote and support the local community. Mr. Pendergraft has operated American Valet in the Sunnyslope area since 1980 and now employs over 600 people in 80 locations. To end the evening guests enjoyed a performance by the band Unrelated Cousins while awaiting the announcement of the raffle and silent auction winners.
If you are interested in joining our next Dinner in the Desert, please contact Margaret Stephens-Reed, Director of Fund Development, at 602-331-2414 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.