Phoenix Suns Charities' "Suns Charities 88" Raises $125,000 for Arizona Children

Professional networking group’s contributions net outstanding results in inaugural season

Phoenix Suns Charities announced today that “Suns Charities 88,” a network of emerging and established community leaders, raised $125,000 in its inaugural season. The funds will benefit local non-profit organizations that focus on aiding Arizona children in need.

“Phoenix Suns Charities is extremely proud of this group of community minded professionals,” said Robin Milne, Executive Director of Phoenix Suns Charities. “Hundreds of children throughout the Valley will be helped due to the commitment and collaboration of these individuals. I am excited to see all of the great things that will be accomplished in the upcoming year.”

“Suns Charities 88,” named after Phoenix Suns Charities’ inaugural year, 1988, is a partnership with presenting donor Wells Fargo Bank and focuses on three main principles: professional development, collaborative partnerships and philanthropy. In addition to offering its members the opportunity to network and grow as professionals, the group raises funds for Phoenix Suns Charities, which has granted more than $13 million to Arizona youth and their families since 1988.

For more information about Suns Charities 88, please contact Phoenix Suns Charities Director, Sarah Krahenbuhl, at or 602-379-7559.