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PCH50 announces new members to philanthropic roster for 2022 grant year

A view of the PCH50, who are dedicated to fundraising for children who receive care at Phoenix Children’s. (File Photos/
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press

The PCH50 is naming new members to its mission of raising funds and awareness for patients at Phoenix Children’s.

The group, also known as “The Fifty”, has a mission to harness the energy, enthusiasm and experience of 50 driven community leaders as the next generation of supporters of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, according to a press release.

“We are passionate about helping Phoenix Children’s,” said Barry Goodrich, current president of The PCH50, in a prepared statement.

“Our members are 100% volunteers and we are excited to add to our team with these 11 individuals who are exemplary in their own right. They will help us further our mission and goal to raise the most amount of money possible to help patients in need.”

The PCH50 was established by Steve Schnall, senior vice president and chief development officer for Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation, and Brent Gulbas, chief operating officer at National Restaurant Supply, the release states.

Mr. Schnall and Mr. Gulbas initially created a core group of 10 founding members who were leaders in the community and advocates for Phoenix Children’s. Now in its sixth year, the organization added 11 new members in 2022 bringing its total to 50 members.

The PCH50 has raised $3 million for Phoenix Children’s, the release states.

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