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Birdies for Charities - 2017 Phoenix Open

You can make a ICM a big bucks winner by making a pledge in the Birdies for Charity competition at the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open! That's because ICM will receive every single penny of collected pledges

ICM will receive a 10% BONUS* on the total amount of pledges collected on their behalf during the 2017 WM Phoenix Open Birdies For Charity Program. To be eligible for BONUS* BUCKS, a charity must have a minimum of $500 in collected pledges, by the payment deadline of April 15, 2017. *The maximum BONUS paid to any one charity will not exceed $12,500.

The Pledge deadline is 5PM Sunday, February 5, 2017

Past Events

ICM Dream Maker Celebration - 2016

More than 225 guests attended the ICM Dream Maker Celebration at the home of Janna and Jon Anderson on Sunday, November 6.

The event netted over $55,00. These funds, combined with donations of food, clothing, hygiene items, diapers and medical screenings, will enable ICM to provide assistance to over 26,000 very low-income households during the summer months.

On behalf of the individuals and families we serve, we are grateful for the generous support of ICM’s mission: To provide an immediate response to basic human needs.

If you were unable to attend the event and would like to make a donation to ICM, please click here

RISE Above Hunger - 2016

On October 25, 2015, “Rise Above Hunger,” a fundraiser cocktail party hosted by Jonathan & Janna Anderson, benefited the programs at ICM Food & Clothing Bank, and netted over $35,000. ICM depends on individual financial support to help us achieve our mission of providing an immediate response to basic human needs. This means providing free food, clothing and medical services  assisting vulnerable children, adults and families move from crises or instability to greater functioning and/or self-sufficiency to over 110,000 of the Valley’s most needy. We are deeply grateful for this support.

The festivities, with 227 people in attendance, was held at the famous Hilvert House on Phoenix Country Club included musical entertainment, a silent auction, a raffle with a $1,000 cash prize and many other great items. Heavy hors d’oeuvres were provided by Babbo Italian Eatery, Fat Freddy’s Catering, Karl’s Bakery, On The Border, OTRO, and Paz Cantina.

ICM, formerly known as Interfaith Cooperative Ministries, was established 32 years ago by a group of congregations to feed and clothe the very poor in the central city. In 2014, more than 115,000 individuals were served at ICM. In addition to food and clothing, clients receive household goods, case management and health screenings at an on-site free medical screening clinic.

SPONSORS: Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care, Mercy Care Plan, Salt River Project, Christ Church of the Ascension, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, First Congregational United Church of Christ, Joyce & Lucien “Lou” Klejbuk, Janna & Jonathan Anderson, Comerica Bank, Bankers Trust, Bill Wiley & Renea Gentry, Bill Hemelt & Ann Leary, Myra & Don Kingsley, Doris & Don Weiss, CASE Bars, Ann Fortune Harper

News Releases

To learn more about ICM, you are welcome to read our newsletters by clicking on one of the editions below. The newsletters are in Adobe PDF format. If you do not already have an Adobe Reader on your PC, you may download a free copy by clicking here

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