Huddle with Coach Arians For a Cause May 22 at Steak 44 by Admin Huddle with Coach Arians For a Cause May 22 at Steak 44Join Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians and Wife Christine for 3rd Annual Arians Family Foundation Fundraiser at Steak 44 6 p.m. Mon., May 22 Dine with Coach, Cardinals players and Other Valley Celebrities to Raise Funds for Voices for Casa of Maricopa County. While we all know Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Bruce Arians loves the game of football, there’s something else he holds very dear to his heart and that is a great steak for a good cause.Make plans to join Coach Arians and his wife Christine for the 3rd Annual Arians Family Foundation Fundraiser Dinner at Steak 44 on Monday, May 22, 2017. All proceeds from the dinner will benefit the Arians Family Foundation and Voices for CASA of Maricopa County.The event will begin with a 6 p.m. VIP cocktail reception at Steak 44 where guests will have the opportunity to mingle with Cardinals’ coaches, players and other Valley sports stars and celebrities. The event then continues with Cardinals’ coaches and players joining guests at their table for a delectable dinner at Steak 44 starting at 7 p.m.“There is nothing our family loves more than helping children and that’s why we started the Arians Family Foundation in 2013 so we could create a voice for children,” said Bruce Arians. “We hope everyone will come out and join us at Steak 44 and really make a difference in the lives of our Valley youth.”The Arians Family Foundation supports and develops programs which strive to prevent and ameliorate the abuse and neglect of children. The Arians Family Foundation supports CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) and specifically Voices For CASA of Maricopa County, which helps make sure that children who are involved in the court system, as a result of abuse or neglect by their families, receive the love and help they need.“Here at Steak 44 we love our Cardinals and especially Coach Arians. It is truly an honor for us to team up with the Arians Family Foundation and raise a ton of money for this awesome cause,” said Jeffrey Mastro, Steak 44 owner and partner. “We hope everyone comes out and supports BA and our Valley children.”For tickets to the event and sponsorships, please contact Brynn Wheeler at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (310) 426-9900.About The Arians Family Foundation:The Arians Family Foundation (AFF) was created in 2013 by Bruce and Christine Arians for reasons dear to their hearts. Christine worked for years as a family-law attorney, or as she describes, a “broken-family” attorney. She began working with CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) to help ensure that children who are involved in the court system, as a result of abuse or neglect by their families, receive the help they need. The Arians Family Foundation seeks to continue helping others in their life journeys. AFF embodies the vision of a better future for children to live where they feel safe and loved. For more information about the Arians Family Foundation please visit www.ariansfamilyfoundation.com or call (310) 426-9900.About Steak 44: Steak 44, located in Phoenix on 44th Street at Camelback, opened to the stellar reviews in April of 2014 and is the latest steakhouse masterpiece by Dennis, Michael and Jeff Mastro, along with partner Scott Troilo, who also own the popular Dominick’s Steakhouse in the Scottsdale Quarter. Housed in an 8,400- square foot landmark, Steak 44 is an upscale urban oasis that boasts a vibrant bar, glass expo kitchen, intimate dining suites and many dining rooms featuring unique architectural detail, truly something for everyone to call their new favorite restaurant and hangout. Steak 44’s menu offers a twist on the classic steakhouse menu while reinforcing the idea of a new American steakhouse. Guests can enjoy several options of the best in prime steaks and chops in various portion sizes, along with an array of fresh seafood flown in daily, and a large assortment of chef inspired side dishes and appetizers. Visit www.steak44.com to get more information or call (602) 271-4400 to make a reservation.