BBB of Central Arizona Foundation

aka Institute for Ethics, BBB Foundation, Center for Character Ethics, SAVVY Consumer, Military Line   |   Phoenix, AZ   |  www.arizona.bbb.org/foundation

Mission

To promote the importance of business ethics and provide resources so consumers make better buying decisions. Our Better Business Bureau services Central, Northern, and Western Arizona.

Ruling year info

2001

Principal Officer

Mr. Matthew Fehling

Main address

1010 E. Missouri Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85014 USA

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EIN

94-2860635

NTEE code info

Consumer Protection and Safety (W90)

Business, Youth Development (O53)

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BBB Savvy Consumer Programs

BBB Savvy Consumer Programs provide marketplace information to consumers of all ages to guide their purchasing decisions and help them aviod fraud.

Population(s) Served

Builds better businesses with events that highlight the importance of ethical workplace practices and inspires youth to explore their ethical perspectives through our Laws of Life essay contest.

Population(s) Served

Through BBB Military Line consumer education program and our web-based and mobile technology endeavors, we work to bring financial literacy to a most deserving segment of our population. Education and outreach that is user focused - on the ground - on the web - and through mobile technology - we seek to equip those who serve, have served, and their families with the tools they need to navigate an ever changing and often complex marketplace.

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BBB's Foundation mission is to promote the importance of business ethics and provide resources so consumers make better buying decisions. We exist to support BBB programs and events that elevate BBB's mission to advance marketplace trust.

BBB of Central Arizona Foundation exists to educate individuals and businesses about marketplace issues and charitable giving practices and reinforce BBB's mission of advancing marketplace trust. BBB Foundation is organized as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation for charitable and educational purposes. It offers consumers tools and resources about making informed purchasing decisions, and supports businesses in their efforts to operate with the highest ethical standards. Programs are offered within BBB's 10-county service area, free of charge to schools, colleges, universities, clubs, civic organizations and others as requested.

The programs and activities BBB's Foundation are made possible largely through the financial support of the BBB Integrity Golf Classic, corporate sponsorships and grants, as well as donations by individuals and BBB accredited business.

BBB Foundation continues to oversee and successfully execute events that elevate BBB's mission throughout the year with our Torch Awards for Ethics program, Ethics Symposium, and Annual Integrity Golf Tournament. Goals for 2016/2017 include providing a greater scope of outreach to active military and veterans in the Metro Phoenix area. Additionally, plans to provide high school ethical athletes with scholarships (in addition to current monthly recognition) through our Helicopter Ball Drop raffle is in the works.

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BBB of Central Arizona Foundation

Board of directors
as of 02/01/2018
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Board chair

Mr. William Verdini

Arizona State University Professor Emeritus Dean

Term: 2016 - 2016

Katie Osborne

Community Volunteer

Jim Donley

Donley Service Center

Matthew Fehling

Better Business Bureau serving Central, Northern and Western Arizona

Dean Rennell

Wells Fargo Bank

Joe Dean

Dean Enterprises

Tom Fannin

Coldwell Banker

Gary Volkenant

Community Volunteer

Larry Seay

Community Volunteer

Peggy Baker

Community Volunteer

Marty Laurel

Community Volunteer

Brian Burt

Snell & Wilmer

Brian Mohr

Community Volunteer

Jim Sollenberger

Cue Financial