2850 N. 24th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
April 2012: Valley nonprofit to host 'Walk With Me' benefiting children with disabilities
March 2012: Safeway's People with Disabilities fundraising campaign begins March 29
November 2012: Paradise Valley Community College students reach out to children in the community with 'Festival of Tales'
November 2012: Southwest Human Development participates in inaugural #GivingTuesday, a National Day of Giving
November 2012: Paradise Valley Community College recognizes community partners and donors who support education
June 2012: Be Book Smart with Reading Is Fundamental and Macy's
June 2012: Southwest Human Development's Angelica Vilaverde one of 11 recognized at The White House as a Head Start “Champion of Change.”
March 2012: Ginger Ward, Southwest founder and CEO, receives a Leader of Distinction Award from the Organization for Nonprofit Executives (ONE).
August 2011: Easter Seals Southwest Human Development welcomes Dr. Daniel B. Kessler to Children’s Developmental Center.
July 2011: Southwest receives grant from March of Dimes -- Arizona Chapter.
June 2011: Southwest receives $45,000 grant to support child abuse prevention program.
May 2011: Sweet Tomatoes hosts annual cookie fundraiser to benefit Easter Seals services for children with disabilities.
May 2011: Ginger Ward, Southwest founder and CEO, elected to esteemed ZERO TO THREE board of directors.
May 2011: Four new community leaders from the Valley have been elected to the Southwest Human Development Board of Directors.
March 2011: Southwest Human Development opens the state’s first comprehensive facility serving children ages birth to five with disabilities and behavioral challenges.
December 2010: Southwest Human Development receives statewide support to offer services to more Arizona families.
December 2010: For a third year in a row Southwest Human Development is recognized by the Phoenix Business Journal as being one of the Valley’s Best Places to Work.
November 2010: Humana names Southwest Human Development winner of $100,000 Humana Communities Benefit – Arizona Grant.
September 2010: Second annual Portraits of Opportunity photography exhibit to help raise funds for early childhood services.
July 2010: More than $700,000 in grants strengthens Southwest Human Development programs.
July 2010: Southwest’s Birth to Five Helpline offers Arizona parents hope before frustrations become unmanageable.
December 2009: Southwest Human Development again named one of the Valley’s Best Places to Work.
April 2009: Safeway holds in-store campaign to benefit Easter Seals Southwest Human Development.
July 2009: Feeding Program for Infants and Young Children benefits from charitable donations.