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So what do we do?

We have previously worked in communities in different parts of the world, but we couldn't be happier to be serving the metro-Phoenix community moving forward. We hope you'll join us to make a difference for our neighbors experiencing homelessness! 


Areas of far

As you can tell, we are passionate about making sure that individuals and families have the best chance they can at being successful, fulfilled and happy! We are proud to support organizations that make this possible and look forward to partnering with more locally.


St. Vincent de Paul 

Phoenix, AZ 

St. Vincent de Paul has been serving our community throughout central and northern Arizona since 1946. Programs include: services for the homeless, medical and dental care for the working poor charity dining rooms that serve thousands each day,  food boxes for hungry families, thrift stores throughout the region, a bridge housing shelter, general assistance for individuals in need.

Human Services Campus

Phoenix, AZ 

The Human Services Campus is a collaborative force of partner organizations with the shared outcome of ending homelessness for people every day. 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.


Tamarindo Foundation

Guarjila, El Salvador

The Tamarindo Foundation provides health, safety, and prosperity in El Salvador by engaging community members in faith based educational, leadership, and economic opportunities so Salvadorans can thrive in their home country.  Since the end of the civil war in 1992, the Tamarindo Foundation has been a proven alternative to forced migration, gangs and violence in El Salvador.


Chances 4 Children

Kenscoff, Haiti

C4C works through local pastors to move their communities from survival towards stability and then ultimately onward to sustainability. Addressing the basic needs of clean water, hunger, medical care and spiritual encouragement are the components for survival. The community then moves into stability when families are given the tools of employment to begin providing for the basic needs of their families. 


We are so grateful for the support
of our partners at Arcadia Solar


Do you want to make a difference but aren't sure what that looks like?

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