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Arizona Gives Day to benefit nearly 800 causes in our community

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PHOENIX (CBS5) -

Wednesday is your chance to pay it forward and help build a better Arizona.

Arizonans are being asked to make donations to as many nonprofits as possible in 24 hours as part of Arizona Gives Day.

On March 20, from midnight to 11:59 p.m., supporters of Arizona nonprofits can go online, connect with causes they care about and make tax-deductible donations.

The Boys and Girls Club in Scottsdale is one of nearly 800 causes in our community that will benefit from your tax-deductible donations.

Supporters will search for participating nonprofits and simply click to donate. The donation stays local and helps our nonprofit community provide much-needed services in the state of Arizona.

For more information or to make a donation, click here.

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