Founded in 1962, Arizona Town Hall is celebrating 60 years as one of Arizona's most longstanding and trusted non-partisan sources for Arizona policy solutions. Recognized by national and international groups, Arizona Town Hall's unique process creates connections and strengthens communities while providing forums for resolving contentious and complicated issues.
Our mission is simple: Educate, engage, connect, and empower people to resolve important issues through consensus, not division, using a process based on respectful dialogue that values diverse perspectives, builds relationships, and fosters leadership development.
Arizona Town Hall has tackled over 110 Town Hall topics and engaged hundreds of thousands of Arizonans on pressing issues facing the state. Our organization has been a leading example for change makers across the state, making impacts both big and small.
In 2022, we are celebrating 60 years of serving Arizonans.
The goal of the 60-by-60 campaign is to raise at least $216,000 in new donations to sustain the mission of Arizona Town Hall—promoting the consensus-based discourse that creates stronger communities.
All it takes to reach this goal is 60 gifts of $60 per month for 60 months.
But other combinations also work:
All donations made as part of this campaign will be gratefully accepted and will count toward the total goal. Most importantly, all 60-by-60 gifts will sustain the important work of Arizona Town Hall.
If you make a bequest to Arizona Town Hall, we can arrange for one of our lawyer supporters to prepare a simple will or provide bequest language free of charge at your request.
Supporters who choose to make a new gift of $60 per month for 60 months (or the equivalent, or more) as part of the 60-by-60 campaign, will become members of the "60 Cubed" Society.
The first 60 to join the "60 Cubed" Society will be the Founding Members. They will receive one of the prized Arizona Town Hall rosettes, and their names and logos will be featured in a commemorative 60-Year Legacy Edition of the Arizona Town Hall Annual Report.
All "60 Cubed" members will receive special recognition and complimentary inclusion in events and activities commensurate with size of their donation, and other benefits as may be negotiated.
Special Thanks to our Founding 60 Cubed Society Members
Mary and Mike Grier
Mike and Kathy Haake
|Michael J. Langley
Joseph La Rue
Pat Norris and Geof Gates
Hank and Barbara Peck
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