PHOENIX--3TV is dedicated to being an influential part of Arizona’s Family.
Our community outreach expands past our airwaves and into the lives of our viewers -- at their schools, supporting their causes and contributing our support to each and every member of Arizona’s Family.
As a station, we invest our time in causes that are close to our heart, and sponsor events and organizations that make an impact in the state.
The motto of “Arizona’s Family” is demonstrated by our talent and their participation in various events, supporting hundreds of organizations that make Arizona a better place.
Together we can make a positive difference in the support every member of “Arizona’s Family”.
On Air Talent Activities
3TV on air talent and personalities volunteer their time to be a part of as many community events as they can.
February 1 – April Warnecke was the broadcast news guest speaker at Sonoma Ranch Elementary
February 11 and 12 – Good Morning Arizona Anchor Scott Pasmore hosted the “Centennial Ride” and the “Copper Chopper Drawing”
February 17 – News at 9 Anchor Carey Pena host the “Valentines for Life” event benefiting United Blood Services
February 18 – Former 3TV Reporter and Anchor of Politics Unplugged Frank Camacho hosted the Justa Center’s Mardi Gras Event. The event raised over $48,000 for homeless adults in Arizona with over 400 people in attendance.
February 18 – Ryan O’Donnell played host and judge of the Ms. Colleen Pageant at the Irish Cultural Center in Phoenix
February 19 – 3TV Forecasters Royal Norman, April Warnecke and Brittney Shipp hosted Petsmart Charities Annual Pet Walk with over 4,500 people and pets in attendance raising $230,000.
As Arizona’s Family Station we offer personal guided tours of our properties. Tours offer an inside look at what makes 3TV the most watched television station in Arizona.
Our station ambassador Christina Duggan leads select members of Arizona’s Family through a one hour educational tour explaining the inner workings of 3TV, CW6 and azfamily.com.
In the month of February two Cub Scout troops, a Boy Scout Troop, Beatitudes Senior Living in North Central Phoenix, Emeritus at Arrowhead Senior Living Center and students from across the Valley walked the halls of 3TV learning about our news station and why 3TV is Arizona’s Family.