Phoenix Community Alliance congratulates Kendra Lee to more than 36 years of service to both APS and her Downtown community! The “City-Shapers” series fills in the gaps of historical knowledge... continue reading. Click here for more info.
The “City-Shapers” series fills in the gaps of historical knowledge of Phoenix Community Alliance, a nearly four-decade old business advocacy organization, that has influenced the growth of downtown and beyond.... continue reading. Click here for more info.
Growing up in the Midwest and then totally uprooting and coming to Arizona by myself at 18 to start college was quite an undertaking. I remember waiting for my rideshare... continue reading. Click here for more info.
The membership of Phoenix Community Alliance drives the advocacy. As the longest-standing membership organization in the greater downtown area, the organization built itself from professionals in a diversity of fields... continue reading. Click here for more info.
The senses come alive in the fall. And as the Cooler temperatures of fall greet after a particularly bracing summer, it gives everyone opportunities for outdoor activities not possible on... continue reading. Click here for more info.
As the homelessness and eviction crisis deepens, pet-owning families are disproportionately affected. This includes a significant percentage of seniors, single women and children. Click here for more info.
About the author: Marcy LaRont is the director of development for St. Joseph the Worker (SJW), an employment agency, job development and support service, providing resources for job seekers who... continue reading. Click here for more info.
A unique solution to a complex problem: the Arizona Housing Fund invites everyone to take part in expanding affordable housing, and effectively reducing homelessness in Phoenix and across the state. Click here for more info.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to see the reality of life in every Arizona city, including Phoenix, and the very real cracks in the various systems we rely on for survival and support, not to mention the ability to thrive. Click here for more info.
As executive director of the Human Services Campus in Downtown Phoenix, Amy Schwabenlender develops and leads strategic work to end homelessness through permanent, supportive housing. Read more about her take on how to help solve this complex issue. Click here for more info.