The Anti-Defamation League of Arizona will honor SRP at its annual Torch of Liberty Dinner on Thursday, Nov. 10. SRP is the oldest multi­purpose federal reclamation project in the United States, serving central Arizona since 1903, and supports key facets of Arizona’s nonprofit community, including human service, arts and culture, civic, education and environmental initiatives. In addition to giving time to charitable organizations, SRP employees give more than $1 million per year to nonprofits.

At the Torch of Liberty Dinner, ADL will also honor the City of Phoenix Police Department’s Community Relations Response Squad with the George Weisz ADL Law Enforcement Award and Angela Hughey, co-founder & president of One Community, with the Al Brooks Community Leadership Award.

City of Phoenix Vice Mayor Kate Gallego will receive the inaugural Herman Lewkowitz ADL Rising Leader Award.

For more details, visit adl.org.

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