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André House provides a wide range of services to those in need. Their services focus on meeting the immediate, basic needs of those who come through their doors each day.

The AZHF is a dedicated and sustainable revenue source that grants funding to the nonprofit agencies that build and operate Permanent Supportive, Low-Income and Working Poor Housing.

Our equity grants will enable more housing units to be constructed, meeting the growing needs of our communities in Arizona with the goal of reducing the number of people experiencing homelessness.

For more than 60 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, professionally supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, in Maricopa County and Pinal County. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people. Please consider being a volunteer mentor or making a gift to help children in our community who need and deserve mentors build self-confidence and realize their potential.

Founded over 35 years ago, CASS is the largest and longest serving homeless emergency shelter provider in Arizona. Both our adult and family shelters operate at full capacity 24/7, 365 days of the year. Serving the entire Phoenix metropolitan area, CASS is a regional solution to homelessness, working to fill service gaps and help thousands of people transform their lives, get a roof over their head, a job, and a chance at a new life.

The collaboration of all the social services on one Campus allows the HSC to uniquely help individuals experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. Located in downtown Phoenix on 13 acres with seven buildings hosting 15 partners, nearly half of the services on the Campus are housed within the Lodestar Day Resource Center.


Since 2006, Justa Center has solely focused on older adults experiencing homelessness. In the first five years, the average age of a senior experiencing homelessness was 57. Today, the average age has gradually increased to 65 due to more seniors over age 70 becoming homeless for the first time. Justa Center is committed to helping Arizona’s seniors in need – not just during the holidays but throughout the year.

Mutal Aid Phoenix is all-volunteer grassroots group operating in Phoenix, AZ. They are prioritizing folks who are sick, disabled, quarantined without pay, elderly, undocumented, queer, Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color — including those displaced from Phoenix to the nearby areas.

one•n•ten is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving and assisting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 14 to 24. From weekly discussion groups to fun, social networking events, they create a safe space, mentally and physically, for youth of all socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. They also offer resources to promote healthy choices and living.


Phoenix Revitalization Corporation (PRC) is a non-profit community development corporation dedicated to the revitalization of neighborhoods by facilitating community improvement projects, and the maintenance and creation of low-income and workforce housing. An emphasis is placed on the revitalization of Central City South, a community located immediately south of the Phoenix Downtown Business District and the Arizona State Capitol Mall.

Rosie’s House: A Music Academy for Children is committed to playing a pivotal role in a child’s future and strengthening our community. At Rosie’s House, a free music academy for children in inner-city Phoenix, we believe music education is a catalyst for changing the life of a child. Join us as we build the heart, mind, character, home, community and future of our students through the power of music education.

Social Spin is a community laundromat and nonprofit that provides free laundry services, showers, workforce development and more to people experiencing homelessness.

The Southwest Center is always looking for in-kind items to use at fundraisers or to support clients. If you are interested in donating items for hygiene kits to assist our clients who are experiencing homelessness or other forms of housing insecurity, contact Julie at To support The TEA Phoenix, our mPowerment program for gay and bi men of color under 30, check out The TEA Phoenix “Wish List” and email Andrew at for more information.

UMOM restores hope and rebuilds lives by providing shelter, services and affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness.

VVA’s goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, to create a new identity for this generation of veterans, and to change public perception of Vietnam veterans. VVA strives to achieve the following:

  • Aggressively advocate on issues important to veterans
  • Seek full access to quality health care for veterans
  • Identify the full range of disabling injuries and illnesses incurred during military service
  • Hold government agencies accountable for following laws mandating veterans’ health care
  • Create a positive public perception of Vietnam veterans
  • Seek the fullest possible accounting of America’s POWs and MIAs
  • Support the next generation of America’s war veterans

The White Dove Thrift Shoppes support Hospice of the Valley’s mission—bringing comfort, dignity and compassionate care to our community. Sale proceeds fund many specialized and innovative patient-care programs and help lower the cost of charity care. No one is ever turned away, regardless of insurance status or financial means.

Wildfire is a growing movement to end poverty. We advocate for fair practices. We collaborate on policy issues. We support community action initiatives. Beyond easing the effects of poverty, our efforts aim to ignite lasting change: to stop poverty before it starts. This is advocacy in action for an Arizona where all may thrive.