New Nonprofit Rare Ambition Launches in Scottsdale With A Mission

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The 501 (c)(3) will provide Thanksgiving dinner to local families in need

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“There’s no greater joy than losing the excuses and stepping up for another person,” said Mary Hampton, Founder of Rare Ambition. “It would bring my family pure joy if the community would embrace this cause and help us make a genuine difference this holiday season.”

Mary Hampton, a Scottsdale-based entrepreneur, is excited to announce the launch of her new non-profit 501 (c)(3), Rare Ambition with a mission to make sure families in need have food on the table this Thanksgiving.

“What began as an idea for a single act of kindness, quickly became a movement,” said Mary Hampton, Founder of Rare Ambition. “It’s now my family’s priority to ensure we spread generosity and hope to families that need it.”

Rare Ambition came to life thanks to a simple task Hampton asked of her son and daughter years ago, which was to make a list of ten acts of kindness they could pay forward to help others.

“One of the things we came up with was to create baskets for families in need,” said Hunter Hatch, Hampton’s son and Rare Ambition Cofounder. “A lot of love, thought and preparation goes into each one.”

Many Arizonans are waiting for another stimulus check as the unemployment rate in Maricopa County is more than ten percent in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Families who are not able to put food on the table will receive a basket that includes all the Thanksgiving staples including a large turkey, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and pie.

“But, it’s our attention to detail that makes Rare Ambition truly different by adding extras like place settings, tablecloths, baking dishes and even accent quotes,” said Cambria Hatch, Hampton’s daughter and Rare Ambition Cofounder.

Hampton, who owns Scottsdale-based Hampton Design & Closets and Hook & Hunt, recently launched Rare Ambition and is now taking donations in hopes of meeting her goal of gifting 100 Thanksgiving baskets to families in need.

“There’s no greater joy than losing the excuses and stepping up for another person,” said Hampton. “It would bring my family pure joy if the community would embrace this cause and help us make a genuine difference this holiday season.”

For more information, to make a tax-deductible donation, and follow Rare Ambition’s donation progress through the meal counter, visit RareAmbition.com.

About Rare Ambition
Rare Ambition is a Scottsdale-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization founded by Mary Hampton with the mission to positively impact others, help families in need and make a difference. For more information visit RareAmbition.com.

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