Canyon State Electric Lego Drive Surpasses Fundraising Goal

Phoenix, AZ – Canyon State Electric (CSE) surpassed the fundraising goal of its holiday Lego Drive Wednesday, November 30. Through a series of donations by CSE employees, partners, vendors, and the outlying community, the company has collected over one hundred Lego sets to benefit Arizona children in foster care. 

Canyon State Electric’s Lego Drive is held during the holiday season each year, and sets collected in 2022 are being given to Arizona Helping Hands on December 6 for their Holiday Toy Drive. 

“I’m incredibly grateful for the generosity of our internal team and surrounding community,” said CEO Stephanie Maderazzo-Hughes. “Because of them, kids throughout the valley will have something special to open this Holiday season.”

The Lego Drive began in 2021 after the passing of Canyon State Electric founder Steve Maderazzo. He famously loved building with Lego, creating many structures, including a replica of the CSE office building. The Canyon State Electric team honors his legacy with generosity, donating Lego sets to children in need of toys each December. 

CSE is accepting donations until Tuesday, December 6. Lego sets of all sizes, prices, and age requirements are accepted. 

To donate, bring a Lego set to Canyon State Electric’s office at 4640 E McDowell Rd., or order a set from the Lego Drive Amazon registry link




About Canyon State Electric 

Canyon State Electric (CSE) is the single-source solution for electrical construction services in the Southwest. Founded in 1978 by Steven Maderazzo, CSE is now led by CEOs Stephanie Maderazzo-Hughes and Christopher Maderazzo. The company’s single location is headquartered in Phoenix, AZ, where over one hundred electrical, life safety, and maintenance experts serve the surrounding community. 

About Arizona Helping Hands

Becoming a nonprofit organization in 1998, Arizona Helping Hands has served tens of thousands of children when they need it most. Arizona Helping Hands provides essential needs for children in foster care through programs promoting safety, permanency, and health. 


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