DISC in the Community

2014 Fitz’s Supper Club Celebrities at Your Service Event

DISC was proud to again support Larry Fitzgerald, Jr. with his annual Fitz’s Supper Club Celebrities at Your Service dinner that took place Monday, August 25, 2014. The Arizona Cardinal’s star wide receiver makes a difference on the field and in the community. Fitzgerald and his teammates wore aprons and served tables at Dominick’s Steakhouse in Scottsdale to raise money for his charities to help fight breast cancer and to provide programs for inner city youth, via the First Down Fund. Last year $250,000 was raised and he hopes to top that this year. We congratulate you, Larry, on your impact on and off the field!

"I wouldn't be anything if it weren't for this community. They've appreciated me. They've supported me. They've uplifted me. I just try to do everything that I can to make sure that they know that I care and appreciate them for everything they've done." - Larry Fitzgerald, Jr.

APCA 9th Annual “Taste of Asia” Fundraising Banquet

On the evening of May 10, 2014, the Asian Pacific Community in Action (APCA) honored St. Luke’s Health Initiative, Dr. Anthony Yeung, and Josefina “Jo” Barone, MBA, RN, for their contributions to improving the health and lives of countless Arizonans.

Dr. Yeung, former President a long-time member of the MCMS, was the recipient of a APCA Lifetime Achievement Award.

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2013 Morton's Celebrity Server Event

Some of the biggest names in sports traded in their helmets and uniforms for plates and aprons at Morton’s to help raise funds for Larry Fitzgerald Jr’s charities. During the "Celebrity Servers at Morton's" events, guests enjoyed signature steakhouse cuisine as they met with the best and biggest names in sports! Over the past three years, this event series has donated nearly $3 million to worthwhile organizations.

DISC continues to be a major sponsor of the event and is proud to help raise money and awareness for the Carol Fitzgerald Foundation and First Down Fund.

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