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Arizona ASML40 Campaign Fund


Join us in celebrating 40 years of powering technology forward with you, and look ahead to what more we can achieve, together! At ASML, we care about the communities in which our employees live, work, and play. We give our time, talent, and resources to invest in a brighter world. To commemorate our 40th Anniversary, join your colleagues in Arizona, and around the world, by contributing together to a positive impact on society. Through the ASML40 Campaign, you can support the nonprofit of your choice or select one of the nonprofit organizations suggested here. The nonprofit organizations included in this campaign are preferred community partners of ASML Chandler/Phoenix and align with our Society & Community Engagement focus areas of Attractive Communities, Inclusive Communities, and STEM Education. Supporting the ASML40 Campaign is easy. You can donate using special 40th Anniversary or birthday credits, or you can make a donation from you own pocket, either one time or recurring. ASML will match your donations to nonprofit organizations dollar-for-dollar up to a cumulative amount of $10,000 per employee, per calendar year. ​​​ For example, if you donate $25 to an eligible nonprofit and submit a matching gift request, we will donate $25 to that same organization. PLEASE NOTE: Donations paid with ASML credits do not qualify for matched giving.

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Junior Achievement of Arizona, Inc.

Junior Achievement is committed to promoting a more equitable and just tomorrow. Our shared future depends on how prepared today’s kids – from all backgrounds – are to navigate the realities they will face as adults. Lasting, institutional change is only possible if the people most likely to benefit are prepared with the information and skills necessary to navigate a changing landscape.

At JA, we are committed to reaching a diverse student population, supported by diverse volunteers and partners – we want the JA family to reflect the beauty and dimension of our own community. This includes diversity in areas such as race, ethnicity, culture, gender/gender identity, economic background, education, language, physical and mental ability, and more. Our community will be strengthened by a robust, shared commitment to support all AZ students.

DEI efforts have been a strategic priority for JA for the last several years. Recent events have reinforced this priority and allowed us to fast-track many initiatives to reach the most under-resourced and underserved student groups in our state, with particular emphasis on addressing the vast disparities between families of color compared to white families in the areas of education, income, opportunity, access to resources, funding, intergenerational wealth, and numerous others.

We know that education – specifically around financial literacy and career-readiness – is an equalizer in the world of opportunity. Junior Achievement’s proven approach gives today’s kids that power in the form of financial capability, career and work readiness, and entrepreneurship. These skills will not only improve their lives but will bolster their families, their communities, and our nation.

We thank you for coming alongside us in our mission. For our children. For our state. For our future.

Paz De Cristo Community Center

Last year, more than 22,000 people in Maricopa County were homeless, and one in seven Arizonans struggled with hunger.

That’s why more than 50,000 meals are provided each month at Paz de Cristo, and we don’t stop there. We give people a hand so that they can get back on their feet. We Feed, Clothe and Empower.

(Sources: Arizona Department of Economic Security and Feeding America)

Arizona ASML40 Campaign Fund

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