First Annual State of LGBTQ in Arizona

Join us as we unveil the very first State of LGBTQ Arizona on November 12 from 7:30-9:30AM at the Venue Scottsdale!

Come learn about LGBTQ Arizona specific data on Demographics, Healthcare, Entertainment and Media Technologies, Workplace Inclusion, and Civic Engagement!

Individual tickets are just $35 and tables are $350.

To purchase individual tickets, register below.

To purchase a table, click HERE.

shadow

Location

The Farm at South Mountain
6106 S 32nd St
Phoenix, AZ 85042

Join ONE Community for our monthly First Monday at The Farm at South Mountain!

The Farm at South Mountain in Phoenix offers a nearby escape from the city with canopies of pecan trees and acres of grass lawns. Affectionately named “Best Local Treasure” by The Arizona Republic and claiming several other awards including a recent SMAZ award for “Businesses That Get It”, the Farm offers organic gardens, three award-winning restaurants, an art gallery, craft shop and health & wellness retreat.​

For more information about The Farm at South Mountain and to check out their menu, visit HERE!

First Monday is FREE, but you must RSVP below! 

shadow

Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Shop at Fry's and Give Back through the Fry’s Community Rewards Program

Fry's V.I.P Rewards members can register their card to benefit the ONE Community Foundation. Every time you shop at Fry's a portion of your sale will directly benefit us. The good news is it's free and all you have to do is register your rewards card.   Read more »

shadow

Spotlight On Success Awards Luncheon

The ONE Community Spotlight on Success Local Heroes Awards

Celebrating our past, present and future

The Sheraton Downtown, 340 N. 3rd Street

Business Expo: 9:30-11:00

11:00 Doors Open, 11:30 Luncheon

1:30 Cocktail Reception

October is LGBT History Month.  LGBT History Month began in the United States and was first celebrated in October 1994.  In 1995, the National Education Association showed support of LGBT History Month as well as other history months by resolution at its General Assembly.

shadow

It is with much enthusiasm that we welcome you to the CHANGE AGENT Program.  Presented by PetSmart the CHANGE AGENT Program was designed to give you—our present and future business leaders—the tools you need to spread the word about UNITY Pledge.

Spread a message dear to your heart
Network with others who share your passion
Make a difference in your community Read more »

shadow

Announcing the Scottsdale Spice Culinary Event Award Winners

Announcing the Scottsdale Spice Culinary Event Award Winners

Scottsdale, AZ (September 29, 2014)— On Saturday, September 27, valley chefs battled the storm so they could compete at the inaugural Scottsdale Spice Culinary Event. Presented by the Scottsdale Chamber, it all went down at the Venue Scottsdale from 6-10 p.m.
 
The two part competition included the World Chef Challenge qualifier – voted on by a panel of local food experts including Mike Wahlberg, executive chef at Vintage 95 in Chandler, Joanie Simon, host of Restaurant Live Arizona and Kate Crowley, a local food writer and marketing consultant.
  Read more »

shadow

Lesbian Couple Featured In Arizona Dem's Ad Hitting Opponent Over Anti-LGBT Bill

A Democrat running for secretary of state in Arizona is highlighting his Republican opponent's vote in favor of a controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to refuse services to LGBT people on "religious freedom" grounds.

Former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard's new television spot features Melanie Puskar-Blakely, Tonya Blakely and their two children discussing state Sen. Michele Reagan's vote in favor of SB 1062, which Gov. Jan Brewer (R) vetoed in February. Read more »

shadow

Lesbian couple denied homecoming bid at Surprise school

Lesbian couple denied homecoming bid at Surprise school

Students at Willow Canyon High School in Surprise are banding together behind a lesbian couple who has been denied the opportunity to be nominated as homecoming queen and queen due to a school practice where homecoming royalty must be made up of a male and female pair.

Supporters of the couple say any ballots nominating the couple for homecoming royalty were discounted in a recent poll of students.

"We're tired of the social normality that the king and queen have to be male and female," said junior Kody Jiles, who added that it was unfair for the school to void student ballots.

Senior Samantha Breedveld said she supports the couple and is discouraged by her school's opposition to having a same-sex king and queen. Read more »

shadow