Kitchell Foundation

We are fortunate to be able to support the communities in which we operate, much the same way Sam Kitchell envisioned when he founded Kitchell in 1950. Sam believed philanthropy was an essential part of doing business and supported causes that were important to him personally and to the greater Phoenix community. While the communities where we contribute have evolved over the years, this tenet has not changed. Kitchell is known as one of the top corporate givers in our industry due to the ongoing commitment of our employees to engage, volunteer and give to causes that are important to our company and to our communities.

The Kitchell Foundation is recognized as a tax-exempt entity under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law. All gifts and disbursements are acknowledged and administered by the Arizona Community Foundation.

  • Laura Reyburn

    Laura Reyburn

    Laura joined a team of burn survivors, medical professionals, donors and other volunteers in ascending Mount Kilimanjaro and raising funds for the renowned Arizona Burn Center. Laura reached her fundraising goal with matching gifts from coworkers and the Kitchell Foundation!

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  • Laine Rugen

    Laine Rugen

    Laine aligned with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention after a friend took their own life. She continues to work with volunteers, clinicians, legislators and community members and mobilized Kitchell coworkers to join her in the Sacramento State Campus Walk, which the Foundation supports!

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  • Thomas Myzia

    Thomas Myzia

    Thomas and two of his coworkers joined him on a 200-mile bicycle ride from Seattle to Portland to benefit the Tunnels to Towers Foundation, which their Kitchell colleagues supported through the Foundation!

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