have a responsibility to support involvement
in the community and the profession."
Dibble sponsors the following programs
for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater
for Kids Campaign
& Unplugged Fund Raiser
Dibble participates in the Boys Hope Girls
Hope of Arizona's Circle of Hope program
that helps to ensure the education and character
formation of "at-risk, academically
capable" teens so that they may realize
their potential by providing value-centered
family like homes and a quality education.
Arizona Mountain Rescue Association (CAMRA),
also known as Maricopa County Sheriff's
Office Mountain Rescue (MCSO-MR) team,
is a highly motivated, expertly trained,
technical rescue team. CAMRA's mission
is to save lives by providing professional
advanced technical rescue and wilderness
emergency medical services anytime, anywhere,
and in any weather as well as providing
outstanding outdoor safety education.
Dibble employees have contributed over
500 hours of personal time per year to
has teamed with SmithGroup for a number
of years to raise money for and awareness
of Cystic Fibrosis
Dibble employees volunteer on a one-on-one
basis for the school year to help children
with reading and math.
employees are committed to helping in
the fight to conquer breast cancer by
volunteering and participating in the
Komen Phoenix Race for the Cure.
race helps raise funds (over $2 million
this year) and raises awareness, celebrates
survivors, and honors those who have
lost their battle with the disease.
year more than 30,000 people participated
in the race, including 20 Dibble employees,
family members and friends.
race directly benefits those in our
community: 75% of monies raised stays
within the community for breast health
education, mammograms, and screening
and treatment for those in need. The
remaining 25% goes to the Komen Award
and Research Grant Program.
idea behind the Ronald McDonald House
program is simple: provide a "home
away from home" for families of seriously
ill children receiving treatment at nearby
employees prepare dinner for residents
45 families enjoy the home cooked
partners with the Sunshine Acres Childrens
Home in Mesa to provide opportunities
for the children living at the home to
attend one of several summer camps.
The camps, located in the Show Low-Pinetop
area offer week long programs geared to
developing skills, encouraging teamwork,
and lots of fun!
Sunshine Acres is a long term childrens
care facility that provides approximately
60 kids a stable home environment for
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