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Scavenger Hunt to benefit Kids with Disabilities
With so many galas, walks, breakfasts and golf tournaments already happening for nonprofits throughout our community, Southwest Human Development wanted to do something fresh and new that would allow them to engage with the younger generations in a way that is fun and unique.

Let’s have a Scavenger Hunt!

The Scavenger Hunt benefiting Southwest Human Development is a free event that allows teams of four people to participate in some zany, some serious, some kind and some fun activities supporting a good cause—young children in our community with disabilities.

Using an app, we’ve designed over 40 activities and assigned point values to them. Activities include building a cairn, show a picture of your celebrity look-a-like, carpool karaoke to your favorite Queen song, read a book by Temple Grandin, put a book in a Little Free Library and dress up in full ski gear and go to have dinner or a drink at a bar.

The results are hilarious and it’s a lot of fun. There is also a Facebook Fundraiser to help generate revenue for the Scavenger Hunt—the award is 1 point per dollar raised and this funding benefits programs and services for Valley kids.

From February 5-14, complete missions across the Valley to win prizes, including gift cards, Phoenix Suns and Arizona Coyotes tickets and more with our radio partners, Mathew and Priscilla of MIX 96.9 with iHeartRadio in Phoenix.
To learn more or to sign up, go to

About Southwest Human Development
The first five years of life are the most critical in a child’s development. At Southwest Human Development, our services improve lives and help families by supporting young children and their caregivers during this important time.