It’s a Slam Dunk!

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Our Vice President and Client Relations Officer, Desirae Outcalt, has been working hard as a member of the Phoenix Suns Charities 88↗ organization and as the event chair for the organization’s annual Slam Dunk Street Party fundraiser – a progressive dinner that raises money for kids and families in need.

The Biltmore Bank of Arizona got into the action too this year – making a financial donation to support this great cause.

The Phoenix Suns Charities 88 Slam Dunk featured drinks, dinner, dancing and a silent auction on November 7 in downtown Phoenix at the US Airways Center. Auction items included memorabilia signed by Phoenix Suns players and much more. This fun event is so popular that it sold out!

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Phoenix Suns Charities 88 was formed with the mission to enhance the lives of Arizona’s children and their families by actively creating and supporting programs in the areas of education, health, human services, the arts, rehabilitation and sports and recreation. Throughout the past 26 years, Phoenix Suns Charities has raised and gifted more than $16 million to charitable organizations in Arizona, with over $1 million granted annually.

Attendees dressed in “Suns Chic,” including comfortable footwear for dancing and working the court.

For more information, visit the event website here.↗


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