Moments that Matter

DMB Community Life Commitment to Education Recognized with ASPRA*tions Award

November 19, 2020 by Abigail Spong Coordinator, Communications

DMB Community Life is honored to accept the 2020 ASPRA*tions Award, courtesy of the Arizona School Public Relations Association, in the category of Individual, Business, Foundation, Civic/Community Contributions to Public Education.

It’s no secret that with strong communities comes strong schools, and DMB Community Life is dedicated to creating impactful experiences that transcend our physical neighborhoods.

Our five growing Arizona communities are served by seven public school districts, including Agua Fria Union High School District, Dysart Unified School District, Gilbert Public Schools, Litchfield Elementary School District, Littleton School District, Queen Creek Unified School District, and Tolleson Union High School District. Of these, DMB Community Life proudly devotes ongoing support by way of sponsorships, professional support, business connections, supply drives, teacher appreciation activities, and volunteer hours.

Beyond pizza parties and fundraiser supplies, our team views our community schools as important education partners, helping us deliver on our promise to improve quality of life. Working together, we have provided our residents and local schools with the most important tools – innovation, creativity, leadership, and unity.

“We are so honored to be recognized for our support of and commitment to our schools and education partners,” says Suzanne Walden-Wells, CEO of DMB Community Life. “Schools are at the heart of every community we serve. They are both a beacon and an anchor that connects neighbors to each other and a higher purpose. We are proud to be a part of that noble cause.”

DMB Community Life thanks the Arizona School Public Relations Association for this thoughtful recognition and are honored to represent and serve our communities public schools.

Tune into the virtual ASPRA*tions Award ceremony premiering on Friday, Nov 20 at 3:15 p.m.

Slider-Verrado-Elementary-School